Paid PostPosted on Sep 16, 201611 Places That Prove You Need To Take A Road Trip Through ArkansasArkansas is sometimes known as the "Land of Opportunity." Opportunity for what, exactly? Adventure.by Visit ArkansasBrand PublisherLinkFacebookPinterestTwitterMail 1. Petit Jean State Park Brian Manning/CC BY 2.0 / Via Flickr: brimanning With choice views of Cedar Creek Canyon, Seven Hollows, and Bear Cave, Arkansas's first state park is the perfect place to take in the beautifully rugged terrain the state has to offer. 2. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum benkrut/Thinkstock / Via thinkstockphotos.com Here you can learn all you could want to know about the only Arkansan to become president (and potentially our FIRST first gentleman)! 3. Pork & Bourbon Bicycle Tour Thinkstock / Via thinkstockphotos.com BBQ, beer, and bikes. Experience the four B's of Little Rock in this cycling tour organized by Bobby's Bike Hike. 4. Fayetteville Ale Trail Jane Tyson / Getty Images / Via gettyimages.com Towns surrounding the beautiful Ozarks have cultivated their own unique craft beer culture, and this self-guided tour invites you to boozily breeze through all the best breweries in Fayetteville. 5. Buffalo National River Nicholas Chapman / EyeEm / Getty Images / Via gettyimages.com Winding 135 miles through the Ozark Mountains, the Buffalo National River features rough rapids and enormous bluffs, an interesting challenge for canoe enthusiasts. 6. Eureka Springs Brad Holt/CC BY 2.0 / Via Flickr: brad_holt EUREKA! Take in the quaint splendor of "The Little Switzerland of America," known for the Victorian-style architecture that lines its winding streets. 7. Mount Magazine State Park Rex Lisman / Getty Images / Via gettyimages.com Atop Arkansas's tallest mountain, the 2,573-foot Mount Magazine, lies a sightseeing smorgasbord of mountain cliffs and strange wildlife. There are also tons of extreme activities for you adrenaline junkies, including rock climbing, rappelling, hang gliding, and ATV trails. 8. Hot Springs National Park Ken Lund/CC BY-SA 2.0 / Via Flickr: kenlund Smack-dab in the middle of this city lies a soothing pool of natural hot springs...and so the city was named. The city/park is also home to Superior Bathhouse Brewery and Distillery, the first brewery to be located inside a national park! 9. Jones Bar-B-Q Diner Courtesy of Visit Arkansas Despite being more than a century old, the menu at this locally famous diner hasn't changed: a simple BBQ sandwich with homemade slaw. Jones Bar-B-Q has even been featured on CBS This Morning! 10. Dyess Colony Courtesy of Visit Arkansas During the Great Depression, many families in Arkansas lost their homes, prompting President Roosevelt to set up resettlement communities like the Dyess Colony. Here, a young boy named Johnny Cash — who would grow up to become "The Man in Black" — was raised. 11. Big Dam Bridge David Hudson/CC BY-SA 2.0 / Via Flickr: david_hudson Pretty self-explanatory: It's a pretty damn big bridge — 4,226 feet, to be exact. It goes over the Arkansas River, and is the longest pedestrian/bicycle bridge in North America. So if you find yourself driving through Arkansas...maybe don't just drive through it. Stop and have yourself an adventure.