Iron Mountain Lodge & Marina
Travel Blogs from Arkadelphia
We loved our campsite at Hot Springs National Park. The week flew by quickly with hikes, trips to town and lots of campfires and new friends!
Pulled out Friday and headed to Memphis, TN where we stayed at a state park near downtown and enjoyed oysters @ Pearls Oyster House and later a stroll down Beale Street and fantastic ribs at B.B. Kings.
The following morning, we headed to Cookeville, TN and landed ...
... By the way, the school's architecture is quite impressive and students still attend it, but it is closed to the park visitors. We arrived on the day when black and white students were registering for the upcoming school term!
This was also the beginning age of television, and news coverage played a critical role in forcing the nation to examine its views on racism. The Governor of Arkansas insisted that the Supreme ...
... was dead shops closed down and not a lot going on! A game of catch ended it. Today was Dallas, it was weird, for me anyway this trip had become all about the cycling and that was when I was happiest the places always came second, Dallas was exciting though, I think it was because it was Dallas and not what it had to offer, we got there early after again cycling hard 60+ miles, we got to a decent but cheap motel and headed straight out, the bus took us ...
... up for a hog roast and buy lots of beer having a wild fun time. I never went but wished I had done it, tho went to Sturgis every Year. Sturgis is a small town where bikers come for a bike rally in August and big name rock bands play there. On the 50th anv over 500000 showed up. We are in hot springs where yesterday we went to the Mammoth site, where 60 male mammoths fell in the sink hole. The guide said they only found males, her theory was being males they didnt ask ...
... were wonderful though. Pads were extremely level and the paved roads were wide enough for ease of parking.
On Saturday we joked that we had done our first triathlon since 2008 which included plenty of walking, swimming in the saltwater pool and renting a canoe to paddle down the river. We saw tons of turtles, and it was incredibly peaceful. The dogs enjoyed the dog park though there wasn't ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Iron Mountain Lodge & Marina Arkadelphia
Other places to stay in Arkadelphia
150 Valley Street, Arkadelphia | 2 star hotelfrom $55
136 Valley Road, Arkadelphia | Hotelfrom $77
100 Crystal Palace, Arkadelphia | 2 star hotelfrom $77
108 Malvern Road, Arkadelphia | 2 star hotelfrom $81
141 Valley St, Arkadelphia | 2 star hotelfrom $54
137 Valley, Arkadelphia | 2 star hotelfrom $44
106 Crystal Palace Dr., Arkadelphia | 1 star hotelfrom $37
115 N 10th Street, Arkadelphia | Hotelfrom $43
7 Frost Road, Arkadelphia | 2 star hotelfrom $98