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Anything in Northeast Arkansas?

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We're driving to visit family in northeast/central Arkansas over Christmas. Are there any tourist attractions / sights / places of interest? We've been going there for years and years and either we don't notice the touristy things since we're visiting family, or there really isn't a whole lot to see. We'll be near Hardy / Spring River area. We like historic sites, scenic drives, interesting towns, railroad depots, & wacky tourist stuff. The Arkansas tourism website is no help, apparently this area is lacking in officially recognized sites.

BTW, we have already checked the Ravenden Raven off our list, so no need to mention him this time. (ha) Our last trip featured a foray to the Mark Martin Ford dealership & museum in Batesville.

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