What This Drone Footage Caught In Arkansas Will Drop Your Jaw

The topic of using drones to capture images on film is a rather controversial one in Arkansas. There’s no doubt, however, that what’s caught on camera is truly stunning. Technology has allowed us to look at the Natural State in a very unique way, and this drone footage taken around Arkansas is definitely worth viewing.

The beautiful city of Greenwood, Arkansas looks even better when you see it from a bird’s eye view. This shot of the downtown area was taken and shared by Gary Norman.

Arkansas Snow:

YouTuber Josh Vinson caught this footage of last year’s Arkansas snowstorm, showing the beauty of an Arkansas winter when seen far above the ground.

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Spring Lake:

This drone footage of Spring Lake, located in the Arkansas River Valley (on the west side of the Ozark National Forest) was taken and shared just days ago.

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North Little Rock:

This exciting aerial footage of North Little Rock’s more scenic locations was taken last year by DJI Phantom. This is a pretty unique view of town.

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Tornado:

This drone video shot by Brian Emfinger went viral in April 2014 after the tornado that hit and damaged the Mayflower and Vilonia area made national news.


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May 2015 Flood:

Adam Davis shared this dramatic drone footage of Spring River and Mammoth Spring, Arkansas flooding during May 2015. This footage is incredibly cinematic.

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Two Rivers Park:

This very scenic aerial footage of Two Rivers Park, located in the capital city of Little Rock, was captured on camera last spring.


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White Rock Mountain:

An X900 tricopter drone flew over White Rock Mountain in Winslow and caught this amazing footage. It’s absolutely beautiful.


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Ozark Mountains:

The pros at Ozark Drones give us just a little taste of their amazing work in this teaser video of drone footage taken over the Ozark Mountains.


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Haw Creek and Big Piney Creek:

The lovely fall colors of Arkansas were captured by Brian Emfinger via drone footage. Haw Creek and Big Piney Creek are featured in this beauty of a video.


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No matter what your stance is on the use of drones in Arkansas, this footage definitely gives us all a different and fresh look on a variety of places in the Natural State. Which is your favorite? What mountains, lakes, or rivers in Arkansas would you like to see get the drone treatment? Share your thoughts!