Social Distancing Springtime Adventures in Arkansas
Every Arkansas community has been affected by COVID-19. Crain Hyundai Conway considers everyone’s health by abiding by regulated health guidelines. Part of those safety measures is social distancing. However, social distancing can be challenging when you have an active family lifestyle. So Crain Hyundai came up with a small guide of scenic places to have an adventure while still keeping the recommended six feet away from others. Hopefully, this helps to alleviate the boredom of being cooped up in the house and gets you out to stretch your legs and enjoy some Arkansas scenic beauty!
Pinnacle Mountain State Park
Not too far to drive is the Pinnacle Mountain State Park, a 2,356-acre scenic state park located in Pulaski County, Arkansas just outside of Little Rock. The main attraction is Pinnacle Mountain, itself, the locally well-known landmark surrounded by the bottomlands of the Big Maumelle and Little Maumelle rivers. This is a breathtaking destination to peruse through on a lazy weekend afternoon.
Devil’s Den State Park
For a wonderful place to explore and take some fresh air, the Lee Creek Valley is home of Devil’s Den State Park. This beautiful Ozark destination has fascinating, beautiful rock formations and extensive hiking trails that will give a great cardio workout. In all, there are 11 trails to explore, like the Butterfield Hiking Trail. There is also an amazing cavern and the rock dam to explore. The dam spans over Lee Creek creating Lake Devil which is great for fishing and boating. You and your family can spend the whole day out exploring this natural beauty.