16 Reasons Why You Should Never Visit Arkansas

When people speak about Arkansas, they talk in hushed tones peppered with a curse word or two. The Southern state may seem harmless at first glance, but the truth is far worse than you can imagine.

#1. Newsflash: Hell really does exist on earth. They call it “Arkansas”.

Hot Springs Mountain Tower.

#2. This is a godforsaken place you should never, ever visit.

Junction Bridge, Little Rock.

#3. It looks like a post-apocalyptic underworld.

Garven Woodland Gardens, Hot Springs.

#4. We’re not kidding — it’s really that horrible.

Mt. Magazine.

#5. Pure desolation everywhere you look.

Pastoral, Liberty.

#6. Its so-called tourist attractions are revolting, to put it mildly.

Falling Water Falls, Ben Hur.

#7. Even animals can’t stand the place — it’s infested by insects and the occasional raccoon.

Elk Herd, Boxley Valley.

#8. Take a long, hard look at this lost deer, a.k.a descendant of Satan.

Whitetail Deer, Buffalo River Area, Ponca.

#9. And the bodies of water? Just nasty.

Waterfalls, The Ozarks.

#10. Have your ever seen anything dirtier?

Lake Willastein, Maumelle.


Waterfalls, The Ozarks.

#12. It’s a miracle people still consider this place habitable.

Old Mill, Lakewood, North Little Rock.

#13. Can’t they tell a hellhole when they see one?

Haw Creek Campground, Fort Douglas.

#14. This is obviously one of the worst places on the face of the earth.

Pinnacle Mountain Education Pond, Natural Steps.

#15. Anyone who has had the misfortune of staying in this hell-hole should be pitied.

Buffalo National River.

#16. Residents should really get the hell out and never look back.

Petit Jean State Park.

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