State of Arkansas

All regions of Arkansas provide residents and tourists with top-notch outdoor recreation opportunities such as fishing, boating, hiking and hunting, which accounts for its nickname as “The Natural State.” The capital and most populous city is Little Rock, a hub for government, culture and business. Among the best places to live in Arkansas are Fayetteville, Hot Springs, and Bentonville (headquarters of Walmart). The state’s landmark university is the University of Arkansas, based in Fayetteville, which also was recognized as a Top 10 College Town.


Arkansas is the 32nd populous state in the U.S. The largest cities in Arkansas are , and . The median income for Arkansas is $40,531, which is 21% lower than the national median income. The median home price in Arkansas is $106,300. The highest-priced homes are typically found in , and . The lowest-priced homes are in , and .

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Fayetteville, Arkansas

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