- TripBuzz discovered 27 different types of activities for couples in the Fort Smith area, including Parks (like Ben Geren Regional Park), Movie Theaters (like Malco Cinema 12), Amusement Parks (All Ages) (like The Park at West End) and Bowling (like Bowling World), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 18 date ideas in or near Fort Smith, Arkansas, including 6 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Van Buren and Sallisaw.
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8300 Wells Lake Road, Fort Smith, AR 72916 MoreLess Info
Located at Fort Smith, the Janet Huckabee Arkansas River Valley Nature Center features various exhibits and displays dedicated to plants and wildlife. Along with birdwatching, it is a common venue for fishing and canoeing.
Named after prominent U.S. Attorney William Henry Harrison Clayton, The Clayton House is a historic location that served as his home in the late 1800s. Visitors commonly enjoy seeing the many artifacts and items that belonged to the Clayton family.
Part of the Van Buren Historic District, the one hundred-plus year old King Opera House hosts plays and artistic performances. Local legend purports that the ghost of a rejected actor wanders around backstage in a top had and cape.
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627 Main Street, Van Buren, AR 72956 MoreLess Info
Irwin Ralph Studio Art Form Galleries is a fine art gallery that displays sculptures, projects, architectural design, and paintings. The gallery also sells sand sculptures that depict the ruins of the Canyon de Chelly.
A small lake offers relaxing scenery at the Van Buren Municipal Park even though the lake itself is off limits to the public. The park as a whole features two separate playgrounds, a baseball field, covered picnic tables, and a running trail around the lake.
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Route 1, Box 141, Sallisaw, OK 74955 MoreLess Info
In addition to being a blacksmith, silversmith, and artists, Sequoyah is most known for creating a written form of the Cherokee language. His Oklahoma cabin is open to visitors during certain times during the week with many authentic artifacts contained inside the home.
This is the twenty-third state park of Arkansas when it opened in 1967 but in 2008, it has become the newest state park of Arkansas when it re-opened in a new location with entirely new facilities which includes among others a HD satellite TV.
Artist Point features breathtaking view from its observation deck. The gift shop has a variety of items, including handmade dolls, Indian artifacts, homemade jams and jellies which are all produced by local craftsmen.