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!

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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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Places To See In Arkansas

What are some other magical places to visit in Arkansas?

  • The Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs extends over 210 acres and includes a treehouse and fairy village.
  • The Holla Bend National Wildlife Refuge in Dardanelle spans 7,000 acres of farmland and bottomland hardwoods and is home to scores of native plant and animal specie
  • Buzzard's Roost in the Ozark National Forest features a maze of caves and one of the state's largest natural arches.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other magical places to visit in Arkansas.

Where can we go rock climbing in Arkansas?

  • Sam's Throne in Mt. Judea is a rock climber's paradise because of its unique rock
  • The bluffs at Horseshoe Canyon near the town of Jasper is a world-renowned rock climbing site.
  • The monoliths at the Stack Rock Scenic Area near the Richland Creek Wilderness features sport and traditional rock climbing routes.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other beautiful places to go rock climbing in Arkansas.

Where can we find farmers markets in Arkansas?

  • The Me and McGee Market in North Little Rock is a popular roadside market selling locally sourced produce and other goods.
  • The Peach Shed in Crawfordsville offers a vast selection of produce, home goods, and locally produced items in several brightly-hued roadside buildings.
  • The Bernice Garden Farmers Market in Little Rock features scores of vegetables and plants, and entertainment from musicians and visual artists.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other delicious farmers markets in Arkansas.