Little Rock is centrally located in Arkansas. It is the largest city and the seat of government and business in the state. The city has activities for all interests, including a symphony and repertory theater, professional and college sports, and is the home of the Clinton Presidential Library and the international headquarters of the Heifer Project. With a population of over half a million residents and an affordable cost-of-living, Little Rock has the advantages of a larger city but the feel of a town.
Arkansas is a state of natural beauty with outdoor wilderness preserved in two mountain ranges, 600,000 acres of lakes, 9,700 miles of rivers and streams, and 2.4 million acres of national forest. Hiking, biking, camping, fishing, canoeing and other outdoor activities are available within an hour’s drive of Little Rock.