Arkansas Attractions





Arkansas attractions are listed below in alphabetical order.


Alma Aquatic Park

Alma Aquatic Park is a small municipal water park that is open May through September. The park includes a large family pool with diving area and four slides, along with a covered wading pool and a water playground with interactive water features.

For more information on this Arkansas water park, please contact:

Alma Aquatic Park
731 City Park Road
Alma, AR 72921
479-632-0700
http://almachamber.com/waterpark/index.htm



Magic Springs & Crystal Falls

Magic Springs is a 70-acre amusement park in Hot Springs that also includes Crystal Falls water park with the price of admission.

Open April through October, this Arkansas amusement park is only an hour from Little Rock in the scenic Ouachita Mountains and is the only theme park in the country situated within a national park.

The park includes arcades, midway games and over 75 rides and attractions. Magic Springs also features a series of outdoor concerts at the Timberwood Amphitheater.

Thrill rides include the "Arkansas Twister", "X Coaster" and "The Gauntlet" roller coasters along with the "Big Bad John" runaway mine coaster. Other thrill rides include "Dr. Dean's Rocket Machine" tower drop and "The Hawk". Water rides include the "Plummet Summit" and the "Old No. 2 Logging Company" log flume.

The whole family can enjoy the "Twist 'n Shout" and "Diamond Mine" family coasters as well as the "Magic Swings" and "Rum Runner Pirate Ship". Little ones also have several rides just for them that include "Bugga Booga Wheel", "Looney Ballooney" and the "Fearless Flyers".

Crystal Falls features 23 slides and attractions, including "Crystal Cove" wave pool and the "Kodiak Canyon Adventure River". Slides include the six lanes of the "Rapid falls Raceway" and the four slides of the "High Sierra" slide tower. The "Seven Falls" slide complex features seven slides that include two funnel raft rides and a play pool.

The water park features three children's areas, including the "Crystal Lagoon" wading pool and "Bear Cub Bend" kiddie areas. Bigger kids can enjoy the log walk and interactive water activities at the "Grizzly Creek Splash Zone".

For more information on this Arkansas amusement park, please contact:

Magic Springs & Crystal Falls
1701 E. Grand Avenue
Hot Springs, AR 71901
501-624-0100
www.magicsprings.com



Wild River Country

Wild River Country is a 29-acre water park located in Little Rock. Open May through September, it is Arkansas's largest water park and features over 20 rides and attractions, including a wave pool and lazy river.

Tube slides include the "Accelerator", "Pipeline" and the "Vertigo" funnel ride. Body slides include the "Vortex", "Black Lightning" and White Lightning". The park also features the "Cyclone" and "Sidewinder" raft rides and the "Wild River Rapids" multi-level ride. Childrens play areas include an activity pool and the "Tad Pool" kiddie pool.

For more information on this Arkansas water park, please contact:

Wild River Country
6820 Crystal Hill Road
North Little Rock, AR 72115
501-753-8600
http://www.wildrivercountry.com



Willow Springs

Willow Springs is a small lakeside water park in Little Rock that is open May through September. It includes a large family pool with slide along with log rolls and water trampolines.

The activity area of the pool also includes water volleyball, basketball and tetherball. Willow Springs also features dry activities like horseshoes, basketball, soccer and playground.

For more information on this Arkansas water park, please contact:

Willow Springs
3903 Willow Lake Road
Little Rock, AR 72206
501-888-4148
www.willowsprings.net







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