Ouachita Mountains
Arkansas during the fall becomes even more gorgeous with all the different vibrant colors scattered in the nature.

Here is a list of  5 beautiful places to visit in Arkansas during the fall.

Petit Jean State Park:

The park located between the Ozark and Ouachita mountain range in Morrilton, Conway County, Arkansas, got its name from a great romantic tale. “Petit Jean” came from the name “Little John.” which was an alias used by the women to get on the ship, by which her fiance was leaving for his voyage. The women died of illness, revealing her true identity to her fiance. The place she was buried in, later came to be known as Petit Jean.

The park has many exciting attractions such as a massive 95-foot tall waterfall, above is a lake that is used for fishing and pedal boating. There is a 24-room historic lodge site which is called ‘Maher Lodge.’ situated on the edge of the dark forest. The park features 32 cabins and 127 campsites for visitors, making it an ideal place to enjoy your day.

The park is open for visitors from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm throughout the week.

Hot Springs National Park:

The site came to be known as a park in 1921, but the visiting graph was already high for this place. The hot water springs in the park are said to have healing properties, which made it the main attraction for the people. There are many local hot water spring bathhouses near the park that get their supplies from the park. Hence the park has become a source of income for the localities of the area.

The park is open for visitors from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm throughout the week.

Mammoth Spring State Park:

The park is the largest spring and second largest spring in the Ozark Mountain region. The place witnesses a flow of 9 million gallons of water hourly, forming the beautiful 10-acre lake. The park has an information centre which also acts as an Arkansas Welcome Center. The information centre can be accessed to know about the history and resources of the surrounding region.

The park is accessible from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm throughout the week.

Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum and Educational Center:

The place is a legacy of Ernest Hemingway, a famous writer from Piggott. Ernest converted his barn into a studio for his writing works while he visited Piggott. He has also written some sections of his most famous novel ‘A Farewell to Arms’ in this place. The site showcases many historical events of 1930, family lifestyle and development of Northeast Arkansas in the times of Depression and New Deals era.

If you are a literature person and have an interest in following writer’s personal life, then this place can help you learn a bunch of things about Ernest.

The Museum tours start from 9:00 am and lasts till 3:00 pm and the place remains closed on Sundays.

William J Clinton Presidential Library and Museum:

Situated on the edge of the Arkansas River, William J Clinton Presidential Library and Museum is considered a connecting bridge from past to the future. The place has been a host to many local events in the past and is open to hosting such activities. The building design resembles that of a bridge which came from six bridges over the Arkansas River.

The Museum is open from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm on Sundays and from 9:00 am 5:00 pm on rest of the days of the week.

This concludes our list of ‘5 beautiful places to visit in Arkansas during the fall’.  Have a safe journey.

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