As I hinted at in an earlier post, the views from Mt. Magazine State Park in the Ozark National Forest in Arkansas are some of the best we've seen. Until the current road trip in Pearl, we'd only made one quick pass through the state, stopping to stay briefly in Little Rock (our 2014 blog post), so we had no idea how breathtaking Arkansas could be.
Our favorite after-dinner walk was to the Cameron Bluff Overlook, not far from the campground. You could see for miles, and the views were unbeatable.
On our last day in the park, we took a bike ride down to get a photo of the entrance sign, a hilly but beautiful ride. Isn't this a pretty sign? It does this lovely park justice.
The sign is right across from one of the park overlook points and some of the best views around.
That night after dinner, we waited until shortly before sunset to head down to the Cameron Bluff Overlook. We were treated to an absolutely fiery sunset over the valley. How lucky were we?
Emily & Barry
We're a long-married, early-retired couple who are currently traveling as nomads with no fixed home base. After years of living in North Carolina (Emily's home state), we spent 18 months living oceanfront on Ambergris Caye, Belize, a year road-tripping the US in a Honda CR-V, a year in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, and are now roaming North America in our 32' motorhome, Pearl, following warm weather whenever possible.
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