The Fairytale Road Trip That'll Lead You To Some Of Arkansas' Most Magical Places
By Carol Ann Carson|Updated on July 12, 2023(Originally published July 07, 2023)
Carol Ann Carson
Arkansas native, Carol Ann Carson, has written for OnlyInYourState for three years now. She resides in Western Arkansas' Mountain Frontier but calls NWA home as well. The graduate of University of Arkansas - Fort Smith, Carol Ann earned her B.A. in English and will soon be pursing her M.A. in Library Science. She loves exploring the trails around the Buffalo National River and has yet to find a waterfall that wasn't her favorite.
From cerulean waterfalls to delicate fairy gardens, this road trip will take you to some of the most magical places in Arkansas. Dedicate a couple of days to explore this storybook journey filled with enchanting scenes and a bit of whimsy. It doesn’t matter if you traverse the whole loop or choose-your-own-adventure, you’ll love it all!
If you were to do a search for “magical places near me,” one of these would most certainly pop up at the top of the list!
Have you completed this magical quest? If so, which stop was your favorite? Would you agree that they are among the most magical places in Arkansas? Share your experience in the comments below! And of course, if you have other magical places in Arkansas you would recommend, please share those in the comments as well. We would love to hear from you!
While this particular road trip has quite a few well-known attractions, any Arkansan knows magic can also be found in the simplest of places.
If you’re still in the mood for more Arkansas adventures, take a look at this video for a statewide tour:
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