Arkansas Is Home To A Bottomless Lake And You'll Want To See It For Yourself
Our state’s natural beauty isn’t just on the surface. Deep in Arkansas’ underground resides quite a unique sight. Cosmic Cavern is home to not one but two mysterious bottomless lakes. Let’s dive right in and see these spectacular natural wonders. We know you’ll agree that they are among the most wonderful
Did you know about these mystifying Arkansas caverns and bottomless lakes? Have you toured Cosmic Cavern yet? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below! You can share your photos of the cave tour in our Facebook Group, Arkansas Nature Lovers. You should join for your chance to be featured and to discover why there’s nothing better than Arkansas’ stunning nature.
If you’re interested in making a weekend trip to the Berryville area, there is no better place to spend the night than the cozy Cedar Creek Cabins.
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What are the best road trips in Arkansas?
- During the holiday season, a Christmas road trip itinerary to see all those magical lights winds from the Garvan Woodland Gardens all the way up to almost Springdale, with stops in between including the State Capitol and Hot Springs National Park.
- A fall foliage road trip can include Mountain View, Jasper, and Mount Magazine State Park, just to name a few stops.
- If you like paranormal adventures, a terrifying road trip option starts at a haunted hotel in Eureka Springs and includes an opera house in Van Buren, a cemetery in DeQueen, and a historic home in Monticello.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other scenic road trips in Arkansas.
What are some hidden gems in Arkansas?
- The Old State House in Little Rock was the capitol building of Arkansas from 1833 until 1912 and the site of the election night celebration of Bill Clinton in 1992.
- The Fort Smith Trolley Museum in Fort Smith is a historic streetcar and railroad museum where visitors can learn about the transportation history of the area.
- The Arkansas Post National Memorial in Arkansas Post was the site of the first European settlement in the state and of a Revolutionary War battle.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other captivating hidden gems in Arkansas.
What are some fun facts about Arkansas?
- The state encompasses 2.5 million acres of national forest, 50 state parks, three state scenic byways, and seven national scenic byways.
- Arkansas is home to the first piece of land protected by the United States government for recreational use.
- Little Rock got its name from an actual rock called La Petite Roche in French.
Read on and learn more fun facts about Arkansas.