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Arkansas has a variety of geological regions including valleys, mountains, plains, forest lands, and the famous Ozarks. Arkansas amazes with its many rivers, lakes, and reservoirs.View Properties
Arkansas was the French pronunciation of the Native American people called Akansa or “south wind”. Known as The Land of Opportunity, Arkansas is famous for their Hot Springs National Park, Buffalo National River, Arkansas Air Museum, Mammoth Spring State Park, Mount Magazine State Park.
Arkansas’s landscape is a diverse one. The Ozark and Ouachita mountains in the north and west stand in contrast to the rich, flat, river-laced agricultural lands of the east. Nearly all the state’s rivers flow from northwest to southeast and empty via the Arkansas and Red rivers into the Mississippi, which forms the major eastern boundary.
Arkansas grows almost every crop produced in the United States, except citrus fruits and is the nation’s leading producer of rice and poultry, producing half the nation’s rice.
Hunting is a time-honored tradition in Arkansas and offers world-class duck, dove, crow and turkey hunting.