Prescott HotelsWelcoming you with its natural beauty of brooding mountains, plush green prairies, tumbling Deltas, rolling hills, vast woodland areas, and trickling streams, Prescott, Arkansas is defined by more than just its close links to its Native American history and contributions to the American Civil War. A city that lives for the outdoors, whether you’re planning a family adventure, remote camping trip, romantic getaway, or a sportsman’s holiday, Prescott is a perfect destination for all seasons. Things to seePrescott is the county seat of Nevada County, as such it has great railroad links to a from the other cities in Arkansas. For spectacular views over the county, take the train to White Oak Lake, get back to nature on one of the fishing tours, and feast on your catch for dinner. History buffs will be enthralled at the wonder of Prairie DeAnn Battlefield, the site of a Civil War conflict. Prescott’s museum in the city center is also home to a number of 19th century artifacts, a history of the railroad in the area; as well as selection of the most beautiful pottery by the Quapaw tribe of Native Americans. If you want to see some of the local wildlife and experience some of the famous Arkansas caves and caverns, head to White Oak Lake State Park, the rangers here offer local tours and trips out in the wilderness in the true wild-west spirit. Hotels in
PrescottHotels in Prescott are limited, but all are large and accommodating, with air-conditioned rooms and self-service breakfasts included. There are also a number of rustic lodges and guesthouses, which will give you a real warm Arkansas welcome. The local state parks and mountain ranges have camping facilities which are safe and warden assisted.Where to stayIf you want to stay in Prescott itself, most of the hotels are located around Main St; from here you’ll have access to the best restaurants and bars and train station. However, if you’re looking to explore the great outdoors during your trip then local farms and ranches have guest rooms; through these you can organize riding, hikes, and fishing trips. The larger city of Hope, around 40 miles from Prescott and the hometown of Bill Clinton, is a good base if you’re traveling around the state. How to get to PrescottLittle Rock National Airport is the largest airport in the county, served by 8 major airlines and offering flights to many national and international destinations. Car rentals are available from the airport and train stations. Amtrak's Texas Eagle provides twice daily rail passenger service through Arkansas with stations at Walnut Ridge, Little Rock, Malvern, Arkadelphia, Hope and Texarkana, and Prescott. The route crosses the state from northeast to southwest.