What’s New for 2017 in Central Arkansas

What’s New for 2017 in Central Arkansas
 TAGS: Central Arkansas, Little Rock, North Little Rock, Robinson Center, Craft Beer, Hostel, Dave And Busters
Robinson Center
The reopening of the newly renovated Robinson Auditorium, which has been billed as its “second act,” is the biggest recent development in the cultural life of Central Arkansas. The $70 million upgrade included acoustical and technological enhancements, a grand ballroom and patio overlooking the Arkansas River, new conference spaces and expanded lobbies and public facilit …
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 What’s New for 2017 in the Arkansas Delta
Big River Crossing, West MemphisRegion: Upper DeltaPedestrians and bicyclists can enjoy the Big River Crossing in West Memphis, which officially opened in fall of 2016. Featuring stunning views of the Mississippi River, the Big River Crossing connects downtown West Memphis to downtown Memphis. The $17.5 million dollar boardwalk is built alongside the historic Harahan Bridge and is the longest publ …
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 What’s New for 2017 in Northwest & North Central Arkansas
Back 40 Mountain Bike Trail, Bella Vista Region: Northwest  The Back 40 single track mountain bike trail in Bella Vista is a 40-mile trail system. The Back 40 Loop is the main trail within that system that circles the east side of the city. There isn’t really a starting point for the loop, but rather four trailheads for access — Buckingham Trailhead, Lake Ann Trailhead, Bear Hol …
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 What’s New for 2017 in Southwest Arkansas
TAGS: Mena, Queen Wilhelmina State Park, Southwest Arkansas, Rison, Water Trails, Arkansas Game And Fish Commission, Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge, Hot Springs, Logoly State Park, Magnolia, Food, Fouke, DeGray Lake Resort State Park, Bismarck
Camper cabins at Lake Ouachita State ParkFour new camper cabins have been added to the lineup at Lake Ouachita State Park. Camper cabins include heating and air conditioning, a queen bed, bunk bed ( guests bring own linens), a bench dining table, and a screened-in porch outfitted with deck chairs to enjoy the view from the campground.CONTACT: 501-767-9366, http://www.ArkansasStateParks.com/LakeOuachita.& …
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