The Natural State is the perfect place to immerse yourself in fall colors, with an abundance of national forests, state parks, rivers, and scenic drives.
5 Incredible Spots for Fall Color in Arkansas
290 miles of beautiful highway passing through three leaf peeping regions.
Arkansas Scenic 7 Byway
"Want to chase fall colors through the entire state of Arkansas? If you have a few weeks to spare, you could follow Arkansas’ Scenic 7 Byway south from Harrison all the way to its terminus near the Louisiana border." Sarah Boles
The Buffalo will overwhelm you (in a great way) with the number of adventures it has to offer.
Buffalo National River
"Plan an overnight trip to see Arkansas fall foliage during the day and stars at night." Sarah Boles
Take in fall colors from atop the state’s highest point.
Mount Magazine State Park
"You’ll have 360-degree views of the Arkansas River Valley and the hundreds of thousands of trees below. That’s a lot of Arkansas fall foliage." Sarah Boles
Pinnacle Mountain has so many ways to enjoy the fall foliage.
Pinnacle Mountain State Park
"Take a stroll through the Arkansas Arboretum, tackle the area trails on foot or mountain bike, or walk the East Quarry Trail, with spectacular, elevated views of the river and foliage." Sarah Boles
Pair leaf peeping with a relaxing bath in thermal springs.
Hot Springs National Park
"Remember good ol’ Scenic 7 through the Ozarks? Take that same route to enjoy a picturesque drive to Hot Springs National Park." Sarah Boles