Nature June 21, 2015
These 11 Beautiful Sunrises In Arkansas Will Have You Setting Your Alarm
Getting up early isn’t everyone’s favorite task, but waking up in the Natural State can be a very glorious thing. These Arkansas sunrises photographed across the state are a testament to the gorgeous wonder of Arkansan beauty.
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11. White River
This is a breathtaking morning shot over the river even though the clouds are stealing the sun's thunder, so to speak. Visitors enjoy canoeing, kayaking, and swimming the Buffalo throughout summer.
10. NCRS Sunrise Capture
The National Resources of Conservation Service took this Arkansas photograph at the break of dawn.
9. Arkansas Archaeological Survey
This gorgeous sunrise was taken at the Arkansas Archaeological Society in Magnolia, Arkansas. The Arkansas Archaeological Society remains dedicated to education, preservation, and research.
8. Buffalo River Sunrise
There are only a few things in the world that match the beauty of a Buffalo River sunrise.
7. Bono, Arkansas
All citizens of Craighead County can appreciate Mother Nature's beauty in this shot.
6. Beaver Lake Sunrise at Rogers
Beaver Lake is known to visitors and locals for its beauty, and this sunrise is no exception.
5. Petit Jean Sunrise
This pre-dawn photograph is just as full of promise of a day's excitement. Petit Jean State Park is in Morrilton, Arkansas.
4. Devil's Den
Why wouldn't Devil's Den be known for its gorgeous morning views along with its beautiful sunsets? Hikers from all over can attest to the wonder of this locale.
3. Beaver Lake Sunrise
Early morning risers at certain locations of Beaver Lake are treated to a beautiful view of the sunrise coming through natural "goalposts".
2. Hawksbill Crag Sunrise
Also popular as a "first kiss" destination, this scenic locale provides viewers some of Arkansas's most glorious natural moments.
1. Lake Fayetteville Sunrise
Travelers would be hard-pressed to find a location to spend the earliest hours of the day taking in the sun and scenes on Lake Fayetteville.