Chances are if you have lived in Arkansas, you’ve heard about many of the things that are unique to our state. They include a public diamond mine, quirky festivals, delicious culinary creations, spectacular landscapes, and of course, legends like Johnny Cash. But Arkansas is also home of the longest bayou in the United States. And best of all, you can experience it in three different ways. Are you ready to explore this ecosystem for an unforgettable adventure in Arkansas?

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Have you ever explored Bayou Bartholomew? Did you witness it by land, water, or by vehicle? Tell us all about your experience in the comments below. 

And here’s a previous article about a scenic ecosystem in Arkansas that has a floating boardwalk.

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