Sulphur Springs, Arkansas is a hidden gem. Located in the northwest part of the state, it offers a lot for a small town. One if its jewels is a spot where you can stand in three states at once! An interesting historical marker there provides a bit of history, and we definitely think it is worth a stop.

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Have you ever been to Arkansas to stand in three states? Would you agree that its one of the most fun things to do in Sulphur Springs? What’s your other favorite roadside attraction in the state? Share with us in the comments below! To learn more about the town of Sulphur Springs, be sure to visit the the city’s Facebook page.

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Where can we find other hidden gems in Arkansas?

  • The Gunner Pool Recreation Area in Fifty-Six features a natural pool completely surrounded by creeks.
  • The Ozone Burger Barn in Ozone is a tiny barn near a forest that serves up some of the best burgers in Arkansas.
  • The ghost town of Monte Ne sits below the surface of Beaver Lake and its remnants can be seen primarily during seasons where the water is very low,

Read on to learn more about some of the many other hidden gems in Arkansas.

Where can we find historic landmarks in Arkansas?

  • Central High School in Little Rock is where the “Little Rock Nine” made their courageous yet terrifying stand toward school integration.
  • The Arkansas Post in Arkansas Post is the oldest settlement in the state and also a state park.
  • The Bathhouse Row Historic District in Hot Springs is home to dozens of bathhouses built between 1892 and 1923 using water piped in from the natural thermal springs.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other interesting historic landmarks in Arkansas.

Where can we find some of the best hikes in Arkansas?

  • The Ozark Highland Trail in the White Rock Mountain Recreation Area offers breathtaking views of the Boston Mountains.
  • The Cedar Falls Trail in Petite Jean State Park is popular for its falls by the same name.
  • The Blanchard Spring Trail in the Blanchard Springs Recreation Area is one of the easiest hikes in Arkansas.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other exciting hikes in Arkansas.