5 Natural Wonders In Arkansas That Are Absolutely Magical After It Snows

The Natural State is filled with natural wonders – some of which get even better after it snows. From rivers to canyons, a fresh blanket of snow quickly transforms some of the state’s most stunning natural wonders into winter wonderlands.

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So, what do you think? Do these snow-covered natural wonders qualify as magical? Did we miss your favorite winter wonder? Tell us!

These aren’t the only winter must-visits in the state. Click here to learn about the state’s biggest ice rink.

Address: Buffalo River, Arkansas, USA
Address: Arkansas River, Arkansas 71674, USA
Address: Mount Magazine State Park, 577 Lodge Dr, Paris, AR 72855, USA
Address: Lake Dardanelle State Park, 100 State Park Drive, Russellville, AR 72802, USA
Address: Little Grand Canyon, 219 Ouachita Rd 332, Chidester, AR 71726, USA