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Arkansas Parks & Tourism Lodges Highlight Mountains & Lakes

Arkansas Parks & Tourism Lodges Highlight Mountains & Lakes
Clockwise from top left: DeGray Lake Resort, Mount Magazine Lodge, Queen Wilhelmina Lodge, Ozark Folk Center and Mather Lodge at Petit Jean

The big five money-makers in state parks last year were cabin rentals, more than $5.2 million; camping, $4.8 million; restaurants, more than $4.7 million; lodges, nearly $4.6 million; and gift shops, almost $3.2 million.
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Annual Show Lets Newport Show Off Artists, and Itself

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Emmanuel Gardinier Says There's Plenty to See from Bentonville's 21c

Emmanuel Gardinier has been the general manager of the 21c Museum Hotel in Bentonville since it opened in 2013. 21c has a contemporary art museum and The Hive restaurant as part of the hotel.
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