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The state flag of Arkansas


The state flag of Arkansas.

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A Little About Arkansas

Of the fifty states, Arkansas ranks thirty-third in population and twenty-ninth in size. Arkansas has six states connected to its borders including Louisiana to the south, Texas to the southwest, Oklahoma to the west, Missouri to the north, Tennessee to the northeast and Mississippi to the east. Arkansas also borders the Mississippi river on the entire east side and the Red river on the southwest side. Arkansas boasts the worlds only place where the public can dig for diamonds; Crater of Diamonds State Park is the place where you can dig for your fortune. Arkansas has numerous natural and man-made lakes.

Education in Arkansas

The state of Arkansas has some good colleges and universities. Among them include the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Arkansas State University, the University of Central Arkansas, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Arkansas Tech University, Harding University, Hendrix College, Henderson State University, Southern Arkansas University, Ouachita Baptist University and John Brown University just to name a few.

Professional Sports

The state of Arkansas has no professional sports teams, but they do love their sports. Ask any Arkansan how they feel about their Razorbacks (due to the University of Arkansas).

Economy and Culture

In the past few years, Arkansas ranks among the most affordable states to live in. Little Rock is the states’ largest city with over 193,000 people. Other large cities include Fort Smith, Fayetteville, Springdale, Jonesboro, North Little Rock, Conway, Rogers, Pine Bluff, Bentonville, Hot Springs, Benton and Texarkana. Small towns consist of Wabbaseka, Amagon and Sherrill.


Arkansas is the leading producer in the United States for rice, turkeys and broiler chickens. Arkansas also ranks near the top in cotton.

Fishing and Huntinge

In recent years, Arkansas has re-introduced elk in the northern part of the state. Stuttgart Arkansas is considered the “Duck Hunting” capital of the world.

Weather and Climate

Arkansas climate is considered a humid subtropical. Arkansas has hot humid Summers and mild to cool Winters. Summers in central Arkansas can see temperatures average from the low 70’s to highs in the low 90’s. Arkansas can see thunderstorms, tornados, ice storms, hail and snow.

Auto Transport

You may or may not be considering a move to the State of Arkansas; or you may just need to find an auto shipping company to move a vehicle for you. We will assist you by providing a FREE "No Cost" instant estimate, then up to ten quotes for you to help you choose the best company to meet your needs. SMB Auto Transport will surpass your expectation regarding what to expect from a car shipping company! Let us prove it to you!


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