Map of Arkansas
Perfect for home, offices and schools, this map of the Arkansas is modeled in lively colors, depicting the urban layout of the State. The expanse of the State is elaborated with placement of hundreds of cities and towns. State boundaries are clearly differentiated. State capital Little Rock and some major settlements are highlighted with box frames in their true location and elaborated in insets. It shares information on the transportation network of the state.
The two terrain regions of Arkansas, include the highlands in the northwest and lowlands in the southeast. The Mississippi alluvial plain, Crowley’s Ridge, Ozark Mountains, Ouachita Mountains and the Arkansas River are some prominent physical features of the state. Arkansas is home to many areas protected by the national park system and these areas have been indicated on the map with clarity.
It is also furnished with two elaborate indexes, one of cities/ towns and the other showing counties. A driving distance chart marked in miles, miniature map of the United States pinpointing the placement of Arkansas along and a digitized flag of the State are other interesting details of the map.
Details on the map
Designed with accuracy using current map data, this Map of Arkansas is a high quality image of the urban layout of the state. Boundaries with other states are demarcated with contrasting contour. All primary and secondary cities and towns are named in their true location for easy understanding.
Highlighted box frames indicate placements of major settlements which are elaborated in separate insets. The State Capital Little Rock is captioned in bold readable fonts and can be placed easily. National highways, state highways, airports, military installation and recreational areas are other details that are included in the map. The physical landscape is depicted with attractive imagery and variation in color.
Mountain ranges, highlands, significant water bodies, mountain peaks, forestlands, national parks and State parks can be placed on the frame with ease. This informative and attractive visual display of the State is a great reference tool and can be used resourcefully in schools, homes and offices.
National highway, State highway, state roads, interstate routes, tollways, freeways and thoroughfares are depicted with color coded thread margins. Airports, administrative buildings, recreational areas, rest areas, military installations and other points of interest can also be placed on the title frame.
Where is Arkansas on the map?
The state of Arkansas is located in the south central region of the United States. Louisiana and Texas borders the state to the south and southwest. Oklahoma is placed on the west and Missouri to the north. Tennessee and Mississippi mark the eastern boundary of the state.
The key table elaborates symbolic data like national parks, State parks, highways, important roads, airports and other details of the title frame.
Map Size and Map Prints
The map of Arkansas can be ordered in 20.75 x 18.5 inch dimension. The multiple finishes available are paper in high quality stock, Laminates in glossy finish, Matte Plastic in Non-Glossy finish, Matte Plastic mounted on PVC banner hanger and Canvas.
Region Location on the map of Arkansas
According to the USCB the State of Arkansas is located in the South Region in West South Central division 7, along with Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas.
Counties in Arkansas
Arkansas has 75 Counties. Most counties in Arkansas have two seats as it is tied with Mississippi for most counties.
Time Zone of Arkansas
Arkansas falls under the Central Time Zone and observes the Central Standard Time (CST) which is 6 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time.
ZIP Code of Arkansas
The Range of Zip codes in Arkansas is from 71601-72959.
Major cities of Arkansas
Capital city Little Rock can be placed on the south banks of the Arkansas River. It is also the most populous city of state. The Fayetteville- Springdale- Rogers Metropolitan Area, is the fastest growing metropolitan of the state and the second-largest.
National highways, interstate highways and state highways are numbered and color coded. Military areas, airports, recreational areas and points of interest are also indicated for quick reference. The map is furnished with two detailed tabular index of cities/town and county. Driving distance chart helps estimate distance in miles between two destinations.
Northwest Arkansas Metropolitan Inset
The Northwest Arkansas metropolitan area includes major cities of Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers and Bentonville. It is the second largest metropolitan in the state and also the fastest growing. This metropolitan is located within the Ozarks Mountains and is known for its natural environment and recreational areas it has to offer. State parks, botanical gardens, lakes, museums, art centers, tourist locations, universities and points of interest can be placed easily on the frame.
The interstate highway -49 serves the northwestern region of Arkansas. National highways, and state highways are numbered for quick reference. Primary and secondary roads, intersections, tollways, freeways, airport locations, and thoroughfares are other details that are included on the frame.
Fort Smith City Inset
Fort Smith is nicknamed “Hell on the Border” as it lies on the Arkansas –Oklahoma border at the confluence of Arkansas and Poteau river. It is the second largest city of the state and also the seat of Sebastian County.
Landmarks like historical museums, Fort Smith National Historic Site, convention centers and Fort Chaffee are named in their accurate location for easy understanding. Elaborate transportations network of the city include Interstate highways, national highways, state highways, state roads, freeways, tollways, intersections and thoroughfares, railroads, and airports.
Hot Spring City Inset
The resort city of Hot Springs is located in the Ouachita Mountains in the highland region of Arkansas. Hot Springs is located in Garland County. The prominent feature of this city is the Hot Springs National Park which preserves eight historic bath houses. Tourist locations of the Hot Springs include zoos, lakes, parks, historical districts and gardens. Arkansas highway -7 crosses through the center of the city. Other primary and secondary roads, state highways, national highways, freeways, railway paths and airport locations are indicated clearly.
Little Rock City Inset
Little Rock is located on the south bank of river Arkansas and gets its name from the rock formations along the south bank of the river. It is the capital city of Arkansas and also the seat of Pulaski County. It is the largest city in central Arkansas and also the most populous. Fourche Creek and Rock Creek run through the city, and flow into the river. Points of interest marked on the inset include museums, parks, universities and other notable buildings. Interstate 30 and 40 serve the city along with other state routes, primary and secondary roads, state highways, national highways, freeways, railway paths. Airport locations are marked for quick reference.
Pine Bluff City Inset
Pine Bluff is a city in Jefferson county and gets its name from the pine bluff along the Arkansas river. The longest bayou in the world Bartholomew is marked prominently on the inset. Lakes Pine Bluff, Lake Langhofer, creeks, Arkansas Delta and the Arkansas river channel can be placed on the frame with ease. Universities, libraries, administrative building and points of interest are marked notably. Interstate highways, national highways and state highways are numbered for quick reference. Primary and secondary roads, freeways, interchanges, waterways, railway paths and airport location are also indicated clearly.
Texarkana City Inset
Texarkana is located across the state line in close geographical proximity with Taxarkaka, Texas. It is the seat of Miller County and placed within the Piney Woods and Oak-hickory forest. Texarkana Union Station, airport location, Schools district and Universities are marked on the map along with places of interest and art centers. The city sits along the three interstate highways -30, 49 and 69 which are numbered and can be identified at a glance. Other primary and secondary roads, state highways, national highways, freeways and intersections are also indicated with clarity.
The physical landscape is depicted with attractive imagery and variation in color. Mountain ranges, highlands, significant water bodies, mountain peaks, forestlands, bayous, national parks and State parks can be placed on the frame with ease. Ozarks, Boston Mountains and SpringField Plateau can be found in northwestern Arkansas.
This region also encompasses Ozark National Forest, Buffalo National River and wilderness area. Many wildlife refuges can be placed in the Northeastern part of the state.
Piney woods and the famous bayous Bartholomew can be distinctly placed in southeastern Arkansas along with the Mississippi River State Park. Pine, Hickory and Oak forest, Hot Springs National park, Lake Ouachita are marked distinctly in the southwest region of the state.There are 7 National Parks in Arkansas and they can be identified with prominence within the map extent.
The map is furnished with a tabular city/ town index, a county index and a driving distance marker which help locate all primary and secondary towns on the map.
A useful legend explains the symbol of urban concentration, primary and secondary roads, airport location, state boundaries and much more.
This Map poster is ideal for reference use because of its accurate data and clear depiction of the State’s urban layout. It is available in four different finishes which include, paper, Matte Plastic, laminated and Canvas in high quality prints.
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|Size||20.75 x 18.5 in|
|Publisher Name||Globe Turner|