Travel Journals

Read about our journey through Arkansas
Camryn's Journal
Ciera's Journal

State Flag & Seal


State Bird, Flower, tree


State Quarter


All pictures are from:
Dougan, Michael B., and John G. Hehr. "Arkansas." World Book Student. World Book, 2010. Web. 28 April 2010.

Other Information:

State Capital
Little Rock, Arkansas

Historical Sites
Old State House, Little Rock
Fort Smith Trolley Museum, Fort Smith and MacArthur Park

Highest Point
Mount Magazine 2,753 ft.

Lowest Point
Ouachita River 55 ft

State Parks
Crater of Diamonds State Park, Murfreesboro and Hot Springs National Park
Lake Frierson State Park, Jonesboro and Pea Ridge National Military Park

Famous People
Bill Clinton, Hope and Douglas MacArthur
Johnny Cash, Kingsland and Helen Brown

College or University
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville qand Arkansas Baptist Collage, Little Rock
Philander Smith College, Little Rock andArkansas Collage, Batesville

Professional Sporting Events
College Football Game, University of Arkansas and Oaklawn Jockey Club, Hot Springs
Baseball Game, Fayetteville and Eagle Watch Tour, Mountain Pine

Largest Cities
Little Rock
Pine Bluff
Fort Smith

Average Temperture
January: 40 Degrees F
July: 81 Degrees F

Average Precipitation
50 Inches Per Year (124 cm)

Other Points of Interest
Blanchard Springs Caverns, Mountian View and Dogpatch USA, Harrison
Texarkana and Crater of Diamonds State Park, Murfreesboro
Eureka Springs, Ozarks