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Summer Staycation Spots

River Valley Realty, Inc.
Jul 28 3 minutes read

Summer vacation looks a bit different this year so we're helping you embrace the STAY-cation!

We're all trying to stay closer to home this year and while that might mean your typical summer vacation was canceled, it doesn't mean there's no way to enjoy the summer. So, we've compiled a list of staycation spots within driving distance of The River Valley. Stay safe and enjoy! 

1. Drewry Farm & Orchards

"Fall Pumpkin Patch, Educational Farm Tours, KETO Kitchen, Peach Orchard, Apples, BlackBerries, non GMO eggs, Seasonal vegetables, outdoor movies and fun special events, Honey Bee education, on Saturdays Front porch Breakfast."

2. Hiking at Mount Petit Jean, Mount Nebo, or Mount Magazine

"The Arkansas River Valley is also referred to as the Tri-Peaks region because it contains three popular mountaintop state parks. Reserve a cabin or a lodge room at any of these parks for a comfortable girl’s weekend in the woods. Of course there are plenty of campsites too if you’re into roughing it and campfire cooking."

3. Spend a Day on Lake Dardanelle

"Constructed under the supervision of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Little Rock District, Lake Dardanelle is one of the most accessible and attractive recreation areas in Arkansas. Located about half-way between Little Rock and Fort Smith, the lake stretches some 50 miles as part of the $1.2 billion Arkansas River Navigation System."

Staying Home Instead?

Luckily there are lots of ways to still enjoy the summer while staying safe.

4. Check Out the Bike Trails on Mount Nebo

9 different trails to choose from totaling 25 miles of trail! "Loop together tons of different trail routes, beginner to expert. Start at the top or the bottom and pick your own adventure."

5. Visit the Local Waterfalls on Mount Petit Jean

"The Cedar Falls Overlook is a vantage point high above 95-foot Cedar Falls, one of the most photographed waterfalls in Arkansas. A barrier-free walkway with wayside exhibits leads down to this overlook."

What do you have planned for this summer?

If you're like us, the summer also means moving. If you're planning on selling your home this summer, let's talk.

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