Arkansas: What you need to know
All regions of Arkansas provide residents and tourists with top-notch outdoor recreation opportunities such as fishing, boating, hiking, and hunting, which accounts for its nickname as “The Natural State.” The capital and most populous city is Little Rock, a hub for government, culture, and business. Among the best places to live in Arkansas are Fayetteville, Hot Springs, Little Rock, Fort Smith, Texarkana and Bentonville (headquarters of Walmart). The Top 5 Universities in Arkansas include University of Ozarks, John Brown University, Harding University, Williams Baptist College, Central Baptist College.
The cost of living in many cities throughout Arkansas is affordable and is below the average cost of living of United States.
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