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Governor Hutchinson at Historic Washington State Park

Governor Hutchinson’s Weekly Address | Independence Day at Arkansas State Parks

LITTLE ROCK – Today I’d like to talk about the Fourth of July, or Independence Day, in Arkansas, the state with enough lakes, rivers, hiking trails, and outdoor festivals to accommodate 3 million Arkansans and visitors as we celebrate the 246 years of our Nation’s independence. And of particular importance, is our beautiful state parks. The Arkansas State Park System, which will turn 100 next year, is one of the best benefits of living in the Natural State. The system attracts families and companies that are considering a move to Arkansas. Petit Jean, Arkansas’s first state park, opened in 1923 when the

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Governor Hutchinson at Historic Washington State Park

Governor Hutchinson’s Weekly Address | Independence Day at Arkansas State Parks

LITTLE ROCK – Today I’d like to talk about the Fourth of July, or Independence Day, in Arkansas, the state with enough lakes, rivers, hiking trails, and outdoor festivals to accommodate 3 million Arkansans and visitors as we celebrate the 246 years of our Nation’s independence. And of particular importance, is our beautiful state parks. The Arkansas State Park System, which will turn 100 next year, is one of the best benefits of living in the Natural State. The system attracts families and companies that are considering a move to Arkansas. Petit Jean, Arkansas’s first state park, opened in 1923 when the

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The Busy Season – Arkansas Awakens

Ahhh…the sleepy little state of Arkansas. Well, we remember when it was just that, a sleepy little flyover state that most outdoor enthusiasts, other than

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