You might want to plan to stay with us two days so you have time to see the Clinton Presidential Center . It is only 10 minutes from our campground. Hours are Monday - Saturday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday - 1 p.m. - 5 p. m. The Center welcomes visitors from around the world and offers tours.
A replica of our Nation's Capitol Building with marble stairways. Visitors are welcome.
You will find State Archives located in the State Library next to the Capitol building. Enter from the lower rear entrance and take the elevator up one floor to the archives. Open 8am - 4:30 pm Monday - Saturday. 501-682-6900
Burns Park is the largest attraction with its 1,575-acres it is one of the nation's largest city parks nestled along the Arkansas River. This heavily wooded area is a natural haven for birdwatchers, picnickers, hikers and joggers. Burns Park sports a 36-hole, Championship golf course. You will find a lot to do at this park it offers the following amenities:
There are six indoor and six outdoor lighted, concrete courts. The complex includes handball and racquetball courts. 501-791-8585
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