Last Updated: April 17, 2021


Arkansas is a southern state of the USA. Its neighbours are Missouri to the north, Tennessee and Mississippi to the east, Louisiana to the south, Texas to the southwest and Oklahoma to the west. So it is near to some of the wonderful states of America. Arkansas evolved into the 25th state of the United States on June 15, 1836. The capital of Arkansas is little rock. The city of little rock is famous for hosting little rock central high school national historic site, the River Market district, and the Clinton Presidential Library.

Arkansas is the nation’s leading producer of rice and poultry and grows nearly every crop produced in the United States and is home to a wide range of natural resources including petroleum, natural gas, bromine and silica stone. Additionally, the state is known for its beautiful lakes, rivers, and hot springs. It has over 600,000 acres of lakes.

If you prefer to live near to the vast American wilderness, then Arkansas is the place, you should probably live in or visit. Not only the state is naturally beautiful but also the cost of living is low across most of its cities.

Hot Spring National Park, Buffalo National River, 6 Mammoth Spring State Park, 2 Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site, William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum and Mount Magazine State Park etc are some of the attractive places to visit in Arkansas. 

When we talk about the economy of Arkansas then Agriculture is Arkansas’ largest industry, adding around $16 billion to the state’s economy annually. 

One can know what it looks like to live in a country full of greenery.

Key Facts:

  • Agriculture provides approximately $16 billion every year to the economy of the state.
  • Arkansas currently ranks as the 35th best state for business.
  • Some of the important industries of Arkansas are Corporate & shared services, firearms & ammunition, food & agribusiness, timber & forest products, technology and transportation tools. These largely create employment and add growth to the economy of the state.