Living in Arkansas

Whether you were born and raised here or new to the Natural State, Arkansas is a great place to live and play thanks to its low cost of living, friendly people, mild temperatures, great food and entertainment, stunning views, and wide range of activities to suit anyone’s taste.

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Entertainment

From visiting craft shows in historic Eureka Springs to viewing world-class art in Bentonville to dining out any of our local establishments, Arkansas has something for everyone. Whether you like to boat, fish, dine, climb, hike, shop, hunt, bike, camp, or explore, there is something for you right here in Arkansas. Join our talent community today and explore all that Arkansas has to offer. Join here!

The Natural State

The Natural State’s diverse and stunning geography ranges from
the mountainous regions of the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains to
the forested land in the south to the eastern lowlands along the 
Mississippi River. The state showcases over 100,000 miles of
rivers, 600,000 acres of lakes, hundreds of miles of walking and
biking trails, and over 3.2 million acres of public land.  Arkansas is 
also home to more than 52 state parks and 6 national parks.

The Natural State

The Natural State’s diverse and stunning geography ranges from the mountainous regions of the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains to the forested land in the south to the eastern lowlands along the Mississippi River. The state showcases over 100,000 miles of rivers, 600,000 acres of lakes, hundreds of miles of walking and biking trails, and over 3.2 million acres of public land.  Arkansas is also home to more than 52 state parks and 6 national parks.

Low Cost Living

Compared to the rest of the U.S., Arkansas enjoys a lower cost of living. Goods and services are on average 13.5% less expensive than they are nationwide. Residents spend less on housing when it comes to home ownership with a median home cost of $128,800. Couple lower cost of goods with lower home prices and you will find your dollar stretches a lot farther in Arkansas.