Holla Bend National Wildlife Refuge - Located 5 miles southeast of Dardanelle, AR. The primary function of this refuge is to provide a winter home for ducks and geese that migrate along the Mississippi Flyway each year. During the winter there can be up to 100,000 here. Bald eagles are also common in the winter. In the Spring, thousands of migratory songbirds use the refuge as a rest area. These include several species of warblers, summer tanager, and the white-throated sparrow. Wading birds such as egrets and great blue herons can be seen year round in the shallow waters and wetland areas. Alligators can be seen in the lakes and ponds of the 7000 acres.
Alma Performing Arts Center - Bringing the arts alive in the River Valley! The Alma Education and Arts Foundation's primary mission is the promotion and support of education in Alma. Multiple productions every year.
Eagle Crest Golf Course - As a member of the Natural State Golf Trail, as well as a qualifying site for the Fort Smith Classic of the Nationwide Tour, you know Eagle Crest will meet even the most demanding golfers requirements.
Museum of Automobiles - Features a collection of 50 regularly rotated vintage vehicles dating from 1904. Also on display is Antique Gun Collection and Automobile related memorabilia.
Logan County Museum - The museum collection ranges from documents, diaries, and old store ledgers to ordinary items used in households and on the farms, as well as equipment used by professional people, miners, and other workers throughout the years.
U.S. Marshals Museum - Delving into the U.S. Marshals Service's past is like opening the pages of a textbook on American history. The mission of the U.S. Marshals Museum is to form a national center of heritage and legacy, disseminate knowledge and inspire appreciation for the accomplishments of the U. S. Marshals Service.
Do you Wanna Be Racing Go Karts - This is a place that makes kids feel like grown-ups and makes grown-ups feel like kids! Adult and Junior karts to cater to almost everyone's needs.
Fort Smith Trolley Museum - Offers you an up close look at the past. Things to see include: Frisco 4003 Steam Engine, Streetcar Memorabilia, Cabooses, Railroad Passenger Car, History of Fort Smith System and Antique City Buses.
Arkansas Tech Museum - A center for collection, conservation, interpretation, and research concerned with the history of Arkansas Tech University while making this knowledge and interpretation available to the community served by Arkansas Tech University.
Fort Smith Museum of History - For 100 years, this museum has told the stories of Fort Smith's rich and colorful history. Located in the former Atkinson-Williams Building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Potts Inn Museum - One of the best preserved stagecoach stations on the Butterfield Overland Mail Route, this restored antebellum home built circa 1850 has period furnishings. Five log structures are located on the grounds and house hat and clothing collections from 1870 on, antique farm equipment and historic photos.
Van Buren Tours and Train Rides - Take an excursion on Arkansas & Missouri Railroad and enjoy a journey that you will remember for a lifetime. 4 tours available. For some, it's the memory of an era long gone...For others, it's the joy of their first train travel!