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Recent Arkansas reviews

  • Great trip and a great location

    "We loved our stay with GG over Fourth of July! They gave us great pointers of where to eat and go during our stay and made us feel right at home. The place was perfect and everything we needed. Next time we will pack less! Plan to stay again! The company and accommodations were wonderful!"
    Guest: Kristina Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 10, 2014
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  • Absolutely gorgeous!

    "I booked a last minute trip for the fourth of July weekend and for some reason this cottage was available. Literally everything in town was booked, so I scratched my head a bit when I saw this was not rented. I spoke with the owner, who was a super cool guy and he confirmed it was still open, so I immediately booked it. This cottage is something out of a story book. Everything was perfect all the way down to the cool furnishings. I literally did not want to leave the property on outings! I wanted to soak in the chirping birds on the shaded front porch and read my book. I will definitely be booking this again. I already mentioned the owner was cool but this is what he said when I booked the place, "the only requirement is that you have a good time." Mission accomplished! Clay form Tulsa, OK"
    Guest: Trulythecooley Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 7, 2014
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  • The Twenty Somethings Birthday

    "I took my son and some of his friends there for the weekend for his 25th birthday. Everyone had a blast. The cottage and bunkhouse were cozy and comfortable. Just a short walk to the water front for boating and swimming. The kitchen was well equipped. Plenty of sleeping space and nice and cool, since this was the hottest weekend so far this year. Thanks for sharing your home away from home."
    Guest: Demaris E. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 12, 2014
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  • Amazing Stay - The Best Location

    "Johns' condo was an absolutely win - win for our group. Very well appointed and comfortable. Parked both vehicles and enjoyed walking to all of our entertainment including the game. Cannot beat the location!!!! I will definitely look at this property for future stays in Fayetteville. Thank you and see you next time. Marty"
    Guest: Marty Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 21, 2014
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Arkansas Travel Tips

Making Your Way to Arkansas Vacation Rentals

The Little Rock National Airport is the largest airport in Arkansas. The airport hosts most major airlines in North America and has regular commercial connections to most major cities in the U.S. There are three smaller regional airports that host domestic and regional flights in and around the state. These can be found in Texarkana, Fort Smith and the Northwest region. For a more leisurely way to get around, why not do part of your journey on the Texas Eagle railroad? The route runs through the state of Arkansas from the northeast to the southwest, and stops in towns and cities such as Walnut Ridge, Little Rock, Malvern and Texarkana. The train runs twice daily. Because of the many outdoor attractions, most people like to drive around Arkansas. If you are not traveling by car from your hometown, you can arrange a rental from any one of the regional airports.

Visitors to Arkansas Cabins

Arkansas has earned a reputation for being the "Nature State." It has vast wilderness areas where vehicles are not allowed and the only way to explore is on foot or horseback. The landscape is made up of wide fertile valleys, mountains and thick forested areas. The Northwest part of Arkansas forms part of the Ozark mountain range. This wealth of natural assets attracts those who enjoy nature and the outdoors. There is a large number of local outfitters that offer guided trails and excursions through the different regions. If you enjoy hunting or fishing, there are many wilderness areas where you can spend your vacation time. Hiking enthusiasts can follow nature trails and camp at remote wilderness campsites.

It is not just the sporting enthusiasts who will enjoy the region. Arkansas has a rich cultural heritage. There are several important Native American sites, Civil War battle sites, and museums detailing the history and culture of the state. Those with an interest in American culture and history can enjoy visiting the various attractions.

Top Things to See and Do near Arkansas Lake Homes

Arkansas is a destination where you can really have fun exploring the outdoors. Pack the bicycles, canoes and hiking boots before you head off to your destination. The Ozark Mountain region in particular offers a wealth of adventure activities. The most popular are the scenic hiking trails that traverse the mountain slopes and explore the thick forests. Another favorite pastime is to explore the region on horseback. Mountain bikers can spend days exploring the many challenging biking trails in Arkansas. Choose from cross country climbs to some thrilling sections of single-track trails. If you are on a family vacation, you can spend some time on the rivers paddling and fishing. Golfers can also enjoy a few rounds of golf on championship golf courses designed by Robert Trent-Jones.

Best Season to Travel to Arkansas

The majority of Arkansas enjoys a humid subtropical climate which results in hot humid summers and cold dry winters. The northern regions of the state have a more temperate climate, owing to the higher elevation and mountainous regions. Your season of choice for traveling will largely depend on what activities you want to do. The winter months see snow over most of the northern region and snow sports can be enjoyed. In the summertime, the rainfall generally is characterized by dramatic thunderstorms which are relatively short-lived. As long as you are adequately prepared for rain, summertime is a great time of year to explore the many natural attractions that the state has to offer.

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