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The Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism Web site offers information on visiting the state, along with a trip planner, and guide to attractions, historical sites, accommodations, directions as well as a calendar of events and information on weather conditions. You can even use the site to book a room online, while an interactive trip guide will tell you how long it will take you to get to your vacation.
Write to them for a free vacation kit at: Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism, One Capitol Mall, Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
By phone toll-free at: 800-NATURAL
If you’re heading to the state capital of Little Rock to visit the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park or take in other attractions, be sure to visit the official Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau Web site. This includes facts about the state capital and a guide to nearby attractions and things to do. The site even contains a list of suggested day trips in the area.
Write to the Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau, Markham and Broadway, Little Rock, AR &2201. Or call toll-free at: 800=844-4781