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The historic, downtown River Market District has been part of a revitalization of the river front over the past decade. The River Market itself includes an outdoor farmer's market, being offered on Tuesdays and Saturdays, late April through October, and an indoor market where shopkeepers offer everything from gourmet coffee to fresh sushi. The area has become a center of activity, fueled by the addition of new restaurants, hot local bars and unique shops. Events like Big Downtown Thursday, the annual Riverfest (in the River front Park adjacent to River Market), and Big Cruisefest in the Rock bring people down to the area. The area west of downtown along Mark ham Street is known as the Hill crest Historic District. This is a National Register of Historic Places collection, being one of the earliest residential areas of the city, featuring beautiful turn of the century homes and cottages dating back to the early part of the 20th century. River dale is home to the headquarters of ALLTEL Corp., as well as apartments, condos and luxurious modern housing

North Little Rock The Old Mill, famous for being the backdrop to the opening credits in Gone With the Wind, is open for tours. The Argenta Historic District is a large area that includes many structures, including city hall, churches, and a military post. North Little Rock is also the site of ALLTEL Arena, which is home of the UALR Trojan basketball team, the RimRockers basketball team and the Arkansas Twisters arena football team, as well as a number of touring events. There are many smaller neighborhoods, which you might discover on your own. Each area of town has its little bustling corner, some naturally more bustling than others. Civic pride is evident in the growth and vitality of North Little Rock.

West Little Rock
If you drive west on Interstate 630 from the downtown area, you'll soon find yourself on Chenal Parkway. After crossing Shackleford Road, you are greeted by a seemingly endless string of restaurants, hotels and shops, all the way to Chenal Valley, one of the newest residential developments in the city. The Chenal Country Club and Pleasant Valley Country Club are beautiful, top-rated golf courses in the area.Bowman Road, Bowman Curve and West Markham, in West Little Rock, offer more shopping, dining and entertainment. Arkansas Highway 10 takes you to Lake Maumelle and Pinnacle Mountain State Park, two of Little Rock's most popular outdoor recreation areas.
Benton---Located 20 miles Southwest of Little Rock, Arkansas, Benton offers a town rich in history which includes the Benton County Courthouse, Gann Building Museum and Shoppach House.

Conway---Located 30 miles north of Little Rock, Arkansas. Conway offers a frequent stop for travelers on their way to Branson and has become the central gateway to the Ozarks

Jacksonville---Located 15 miles northeast of Downtown Little Rock. Jacksonville is the third largest city in the Little Rock surrounding area and offers the unique surroundings of a small town environment, while being near the bid city amenities.

East---Transportation hub, with major interstate highways, rail centers, a busy airport and an Arkansas River port for barge traffic that links with the Mississippi River and on to the New Orleans international port. Little Rock is the medical center for the state and has two nationally recognized facilities:Arkansas Children's Hospital and UAMS Medical Center. Central Arkansas' nine medical centers and hospitals are enhanced by other outstanding medical treatment facilities including a heart hospital, psychiatric hospitals and several sports medicine complexes.

Maumelle---Only 19 miles from downtown Little Rock boasts many fine schools ranging from pre-kindergarten to graduate levels. Outstanding colleges and universities in the Little Rock area include Philander Smith College and Webster University, Little Rock; Shorter College, North Little Rock; and Central Baptist College, Conway.

Cabot- 25 miles from Little Rock Cabot is a city in Lonoke County, in the Little Rock metro area. The community is in the Central Standard time zone. The estimated population, in 2003, was 18,148.

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Arkansas is a state in the southern United States. The 2000 census was 2,673,400.

Arkansas was a slave state that was admitted as a pair with Michigan in 1837.

USS Arkansas was named in honor of this state.


The early French explorers of the state gave it its name, which is probably a phonetic spelling for the French word for "downriver" people, a reference to the Quapaw people and the river along which they settled. Other Native American nations living in present-day Arkansas were Caddo and Osage.

Arkansas, which joined the Union in 1836, was the 25th state. Arkansas seceded from the Union on May 6, 1861 during the American Civil War and was later readmitted after Reconstruction.

The state is the only one with an official pronunciation. The traditional form "arkanSAW" was made official by the state legislature in 1881.

Law and Government

The current governor of Arkansas is Mike Huckabee, a Republican. Huckabee, who had been elected lieutenant governor in a 1993 special election, ascended to the governor's office when Governor Jim Guy Tucker, a Democrat, was convicted of felony mail fraud as part of the Whitewater Scandal. This led to a state "Constitutional crisis" when Tucker refused to give up the governor's office for a short period of time, because the Arkansas Constitution does not allow a convicted felon to be governor of the state. Tucker had been lieutenant governor under Bill Clinton and had become governor as a result of Clinton's election to the presidency.

In Arkansas, the lieutenant governor is elected separately from the governor and thus can be from a different political party.


The capital of Arkansas is Little Rock. Arkansas is the only state in the US where diamonds are found naturally.

The eastern Arkansas border is the Mississippi River. Arkansas shares its southern border with Louisiana, its northern border with Missouri and Tennessee, and its western border with Texas and Oklahoma. Arkansas is a beautiful land of mountains and valleys, thick forests and fertile plains. The Ozark and Ouachita mountain ranges in northern and western Arkansas are known as the Highlands; the southern and eastern parts of Arkansas are called the Lowlands.


The state's total gross state product for 1999 was $64 billion placing Arkansas 33rd in the nation. Its Per Capita Personal Income for 2000 was $22,257, 47th in the nation. The state's argiculture outputs are poultry and eggs, soybeans, sorghum, cattle, cotton, rice, hogs, and milk. Its industrial outputs are food processing, electric equipment, fabricated metal products, machinery, paper products, bromine, and vanadium.


As of 2000, the state's population was 2,673,400.

Important Cities and Towns


Colleges and Universities

  • Arkansas Baptist College
  • Arkansas Tech University
  • Central Baptist College
  • Harding University
  • Henderson State University
  • John Brown University
  • Lyon College
  • Philander Smith College
  • Southern Arkansas University
  • University of Arkansas System
    • University of Arkansas at Little Rock
    • University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
    • University of Arkansas at Monticello
    • University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
  • University of Central Arkansas
  • University of the Ozarks
  • Williams Baptist College