A historic town, Little Rock and its surrounding area are also a thriving metropolis nestled in the one of the most beautiful parts of the country. With the perfect mix of southern charm and modern living, it has something for everyone. Feel free to explore the following links to know more. UAMS Little Rock or  Little Rock Website

Metro Little Rock Guide 

Explore these engaging local magazine to get a feel for Little Rock and its surrounding cities.

Dining in Little Rock

Let’s talk about the food and drink scene.  It may not be nationally lauded, but Little Rock’s no place to pass up, with eight breweries, numerous no-nonsense dining establishments, and a James Beard award-winning chef running a Michelin-rated hotel restaurant.

K-12 Schools in the Little Rock Area

When it comes to education, families in Central Arkansas have incredible options. From public to private to parochial, Little Rock Family’s annual guide highlights the best schools in the region with detailed listings that include class size, accreditation, and more.

Real Estate in Little Rock

Arkansas’s capital has earned a reputation as an exciting place to live.  Residents can spend their weekend exploring local museums, art centers, enjoying one of the many local events, or taking advantage of the outdoor recreation opportunities.


River Market – Downtown Little Rock

The River Market stands as an unofficial cultural center in Little Rock. On any given day, you’ll find a wealth of cuisine from every part of the globe, skilled Arkansas artists practicing their crafts and even Arkansas live music – be it a one-man band in the River Market pavilion, local Arkansas artists in a battle of the bands or a national act at the amphitheater.

Events in Little Rock

Plan your trip to Little Rock around one of our many annual festivals or check out our calendar to discover big-name entertainment, sporting events, unique exhibits, and much more.

Weather in Arkansas

Arkansas weather is mild and typically pleasant. No matter what time of year you plan on visiting Arkansas, you’ll find The Natural State offering beautiful scenic views and plenty of opportunities for outdoor adventure. With four distinct seasons, Arkansas is the perfect year-round vacation destination. Spring and fall are particularly mild with hot and humid days in late summer. During winter months temperatures occasionally dip into the teens or below, especially with wind chill.

Arkansas State Parks

Arkansas’ 52 state parks are natural treasures set on gorgeous mountains, lakes, streams, and forests.  Enjoy endless outdoor fun, whether you’re a hiker, biker, wildlife watcher, or whitewater paddler – these parks have something for everyone.

National Park Service – Arkansas

Arkansas also has seven National Park Service sites and three National Forests covering more than 2.9 million acres. Some of the most popular include:

Biking/Running Trails in Arkansas

Explore the best rated trails in Arkansas, whether you’re looking an easy walking trail or a bike trail.  With more than 57 trails covering 178 miles, you’re bound to find a perfect trail for you.

Hiking Trails in Arkansas

Explore the best trails in Arkansas with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

The mission of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is to welcome all to celebrate the American spirit in a setting that unites the power of art with the beauty of nature.  Crystal Bridges takes its name from a nearby natural spring and the bridge construction incorporated in the building, designed by world-renowned architect Moshe Safdie.

Twin Falls at Richlands Creek

Twin Falls at Richlands Creek


Mount Magazine State Park

Mount Magazine State Park