Self Storage in Arkansas

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If you're looking for a storage facility in Arkansas, you are in luck. This southern state is home to numerous options to store your belongings - ranging from self storage facilities to mobile storage units.

Temperature-controlled storage facilities may be the right choice if you're storing fabric or paper, but even an ordinary storage building is better than exposing your worldly goods to the elements. Want to learn more about Arkansas and its self storage options? Keep reading for the amazing details about this beautiful southern state.

Origin of State's Name: The name ‘Arkansas' was named by the Quapaw Indians that once lived in the area - before the French explored the state.

Capital City: Little Rock is the capital of Arkansas. It was an excellent site for settlement, due to the location of the river that was easily navigable as well as a convenient location on the trail from Louisiana to Texas.

Population: The U.S. Census Bureau estimated the population of Arkansas at just over 2.8 million people.

Driving: To obtain information about testing locations for driver's licenses, as well as license information, applications, testing requirements and driver's manuals, please visit: the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration website.

Agriculture and Industry: Numerous crops come from Arkansas such as cotton, soybeans, rice, fish farming and poultry. In recent years, the production of automobiles has also been a popular industry in Arkansas, followed by logging, forestry, agriculture and tourism whose slogan "The Natural State" draws in millions of tourists every year.

State Bird: The mockingbird is the state bird of Arkansas.

State Tree: The loblolly pine is the state tree of Arkansas.

State Flower: The state flower is the apple blossom.

State Song: The state song is "Oh, Arkansas." It was written by Mrs. Eva Ware Barnett.

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Arkansas - Interesting Facts:
  • Mountain View, Arkansas is called "The Folk Capital of the World."

  • Bill Clinton's road to the White House began in Hope and led him to Hot Springs, Fayetteville and Little Rock.

  • Arkansas is home to six national parks - that includes two-and-a-half million acres of national forests and 50 state parks.

  • Alma, Arkansas is the ‘Spinach Capital of the World.'

Arkansas - Famous People:
Many celebrities hail from Arkansas, and many well-known people call Arkansas home today. They include former President William Jefferson Clinton, singer Johnny Cash, author John Grisham, poet Maya Angelou, General Douglas McArthur and Ronnie Dunn.

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