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ARKANSAS STATE PARKS PAVING PROJECTS

Thanks to the state of Arkansas’s conservation fund, there have been numerous plans for many paving projects in the approximately 50 parks that are located in Arkansas. This program aims to continuously improve Arkansas’s parks and recreation areas; the reason is that there are so many important annual events held in the parks across the state. Some such events are; the Easter Jubilee, Antique Car Show, July Fourth on the Ridge, Fathers Day Treasure Hunt, Great Arkansas Clean-Up and the Bluegrass Weekend.

Arkansas State Park

Crowley ’s Ridge State Park along with Lake Frierson, which is five miles south of Crowley’s and has an area of 350 acres, are either in the middle of new paving constructions or are scheduled for new paving projects in the near future.

GOVERNOR McMATHS PAVING MISSION

The importance of paving in the state of Arkansas started with McMath who was elected Governor Arkansas in 1948. His administration put a focus on the infrastructure of Arkansas, and started extensive paving projects to cover the roads from the farms to the market place. McMath’s mission was to get Arkansas out of the mud and dirt, and to promote rural electrification. By paving the roads he would also increase the ease of trade between farmers and the city markets.

RE-PAVING THE DEPOT AT PRESSCOTT, ARKANSAS

In 2002, the Missouri Pacific Depot at Prescott, Arkansas, was to undergo a large renovation and restoration project. This was made possible by the Arkansas State highway Commission, as part of an Arkansas Transportation Enhancement program.

There is a long list of work that was carried out in this program, such as; wheelchair ramps, freight storage rooms, fire alarms and security systems were installed. Included in this long list were a few paving projects. The first was to re-pave the entrance with brick pavers so as to make a smoother path for wheelchairs. The second project was to re-pave the sidewalk of the Depot with Brick pavers, which over the years had replaced with concrete and asphalt. The idea was to get the Depot looking like it was in its original form, with Brick pavers.

About Arkansas, AR...

Arkansas is generally known to the public and visiting tourist as the natural state of America. Diamonds and minerals are found naturally all throughout Arkansas. This state is advertised popularly over the world because of its diamonds and minerals.

The Grand Prairie and delta are known as the states lowlands. The name delta generated from the Mississippi when it floods the formation of rich soils gives it their name.

Flag of Arkansas

The great and well known features of this state are the magnifying caves it features. One of the main caves featured throughout Arkansas is Blanchard Springs Caves, a well known tourist destination.

Arkansas is made a rich profiting state because of its rich agriculture exportations. A lot of Native American tribes still call Arkansas their home.

Little rock is the states capital city. The French explorers gave these states its name which dates back to the 1800’s. Arkansas wouldn't survive today with out its economical values and tourism trade.

For more information go to The official website for the state of Arkansas

Cities of Arkansas

Alma

Arkadelphia

Ashdown

Bald Knob

Batesville

Beebe

Benton

Bentonville

Berryville

Bismarck

Blytheville

Boles

Booneville

Brinkley

Bull Shoals

Calico Rock

Camden

Cherokee Village

Clarendon

Clarksville

Clinton

Conway

Corning

Cotter

Crossett

Dardanelle

De Queen

Diamond City

Dogpatch

Dover

Dumas

Edgemont

Elaine

El Dorado

Elizabeth

Eudora

Eureka Springs

Evening Shade

Fayetteville

Flippin

Fordyce

Forrest City

Fort Smith

Fox

Gamaliel

Garfield

Gassville

Gateway

Gentry

Gillett

Glenwood

Green Forest

Greers Ferry

Hamburg

Hampton

Hardy

Harrisburg

Harrison

Heber Springs

Helena

Henderson

Higginson

Holiday Island

Hope

Horseshoe Bend

Hot Springs

Hoxie

Huntsville

Imboden

Jacksonville

Jasper

Jessieville

Johnson

Jonesboro

Kirby

Lake Village

Lakeview

Leachville

Lead Hill

Lincoln

Little Rock

Lonoke

Magnolia

Malvern

Mammoth Spring

Marianna

Marion

Marked Tree

Marshall

Mc Gehee

Melbourne

Mena

Midway

Monticello

Morrilton

Modoc

Mountain Home

Mountain View

Mountainburg

Mt Ida

Mulberry

Murfreesboro

Murfreesboro

N Little Rock

Nashville

Newport

Norfork

Oark

Ola

Omaha

Osceola

Ozark

Paragould

Paris

Pea Ridge

Perryville

Piggott

Pine Bluff

Pocahontas

Prairie Grove

Prescott

Pyatt

Ravenden

Rector

Rogers

Royal

Russellville

Salem

Searcy

Sheridan

Siloam Springs

Springdale

St Joe

Star City

Story

Stuttgart

Texarkana

Trumann

Tuckerman

Van Buren

Waldron

Walnut Ridge

Warren

West Fork

West Helena

West Memphis

Winslow

Wynne

Yellville