From its majestic mountains to its sparkling blue waters, Arkansas is ready to help groups make new vacation memories.

“The flooding in our state has been challenging for those impacted,” said Jim Shamburger, chairman of the Arkansas Parks, Recreation and Travel Commission. “However, it is isolated and confined to areas along the Arkansas River. The rest of the state is in great shape and our interstate system, including Interstates 30 and 40, are clear for travel.”

Only Pinnacle Mountain State Park in central Arkansas is currently closed.

Arkansas public and private lodging accommodations, federal recreation areas and outdoor sporting venues are open and ready for your business.

“No matter the activity – water sports, fishing, biking or road trips – our tourism industry is ready to make this a summer to remember with the outstanding hospitality for which Arkansas is known,” Shamburger said.