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Road Trip 2017 

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This year's issue of Road Trip creates travel itineraries, from 48 hours to 30 minutes, to Arkansas destinations. We do this so you don't have to. We're a full-service publication.

Say that, like the Times, you're ensconced in Central Arkansas and only have a morning or an afternoon to get away. We have some ideas for that.

Or maybe you feel like a weekend in the Ozarks. Or you're on the way to somewhere else and you need a break. We have some ideas for you there, as well.

So, put a bike on the car, or a kayak, or pack a suitcase for a nice dinner out where the liquid refreshment comes in crystal. Maybe include your hiking boots along with your little black dress, and a pair of binoculars.

We all need to get out, do some sightseeing, eat pie, spend money if we have it, enjoy what's free, too.

Here's your itinerary: 

Quick getaways in Central Arkansas
24 hours in Fort Smith
24 hours in Springdale and Rogers
48 hours in Fayetteville
48 hours on the upper Buffalo River
24 hours or more on the lower Buffalo River
48 hours in Eureka Springs
24 hours in Mountain View
5 hours in Hardy
6 hours in Lake Village
24 hours in Wilson
2 hours in Blytheville
36 hours in Pike County
24 hours in Hot Springs


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