Land for Sale in Arkansas

Arkansas is a land of many rivers and diverse natural beauty.

Bordered on one side by the majestic Mississippi River and bordered by Tennessee, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi, this Southern state has a prime location. Although Arkansas makes most of its revenue from the service industry, agriculture is next, with rolling farmland covering 36% of the state. Right now is a perfect time to look for land for sale in Arkansas.

Arkansas has a deep history in agriculture which is why it is still one of its staple industries today. The state also has a thriving tourism industry, as home to former President William Jefferson Clinton and the Presidential Library in Little Rock, and breathtaking natural beauty. With everything this state has going for it, now is a great time to buy land in Arkansas.

Land for Sale in Arkansas

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$6,800,000#AR1036234

23 acres

Benton, 72015

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$4,500,000#AR1024337

520.045 acres

Huntsville, AR 72740

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$5,600,000#AR302928

200.4 acres

Roland, AR 72135

Buy Land in Arkansas by County

Arkansas
Ashley
Baxter
Benton
Boone
Bradley
Calhoun
Carroll
Chicot
Clark
Clay
Cleburne
Cleveland
Columbia
Conway
Craighead
Crawford
Crittenden
Cross
Dallas
Desha
Drew
Faulkner
Franklin
Fulton
Garland
Grant
Greene
Hempstead
Hot Spring
Howard
Independence
Izard
Jackson
Jefferson
Johnson
Lafayette
Lawrence
Lee
Lincoln
Little River
Logan
Lonoke
Madison
Marion
Miller
Mississippi
Monroe
Montgomery
Nevada
Newton
Ouachita
Perry
Phillips
Pike
Poinsett
Polk
Pope
Prairie
Pulaski
Randolph
Saint Francis
Saline
Scott
Searcy
Sebastian
Sevier
Sharp
Stone
Union
Van Buren
Washington
White
Woodruff
Yell

The Natural state

Arkansas has a history of rebelliousness. It joined the United States in 1836, only to secede in 1861 and become one of the Confederate States. After the Civil War, Arkansas fell behind economically but began to diversify its economy after World War II. Its modern industries include agriculture and petroleum-based products.

It is known as The Natural State because of its incredible natural beauty, with mountains, rivers, streams, natural caverns, and gorgeous views. It also applies to the friendly citizens who have a reputation for Southern Hospitality. Those who appreciate natural beauty and kind neighbors should surely search for land for sale in Arkansas.

Land in Arkansas

The geography of Arkansas is diverse and essentially split in half. The north-west consists of highlands including the Ouachita Mountains and the Ozark Mountains. The lowlands of Arkansas are the southern Gulf Coastal Plain. The eastern border of the state is the Mississippi River, and the area is known as the Arkansas Delta due to the repeated flooding of the Mississippi that has resulted in rich, fertile soil. The interior of Arkansas has fertile prairie land.

Arkansas Natural Resources

The state of Arkansas has bountiful natural resources. These include:

  • Water
  • Timber
  • Minerals
  • Oil
  • Natural Gas
  • Coal

Land/Plots in Arkansas

There is a large amount of land for sale in Arkansas, including hundreds of thousands of acres of farmland. There are plenty of affordable Arkansas farms and ranches for sale here if you just know where to look.

Hunting Land in Arkansas

There is also abundant hunting land available in Arkansas. Hunting is a favorite sport here, and this time-honored tradition includes hunting for plentiful deer, wild turkey, elk, birds, and waterfowl.

Types of Industry in Arkansas

Arkansas has a diverse, modern economy that includes agriculture, mining, manufacturing, and service industries. The land for sale in Arkansas is great for any farmer looking to build out their profession.

Agriculture

Arkansas's fertile farmland produces both crops and livestock in abundance. The top five agricultural crops in the state are:

  • Young Broiler Chicken
  • Rice
  • Soybeans
  • Cattle and Calves
  • Cotton

The broiler chickens are the most critical livestock crop and are sold as chicken parts or whole chickens. Chicken eggs, turkeys, and aquaculture are also essential sources of revenue. Arkansas is the leading producer of rice in the U.S. and is the second largest producer of soybeans. Corn and corn for grain round out the top 5 crops.

Manufacturing

Various forms of food processing lead the manufacturing sector in Arkansas. Tyson is headquartered in Springdale, AK and is the world's leading processor and producer of poultry. Other Arkansas food products include:

  • Canned Vegetables
  • Poultry
  • Rice
  • Soft Drinks
  • Bakery Goods
  • Cottonseed Oil
  • Meats
  • Milk
  • Animal Feed

Mining

Land for mining natural gas is abundant in Arkansas. Natural gas is it's number one mined product. Petroleum is also extracted from giant oil fields near the Louisiana border.

Finding land for sale in Arkansas is an excellent idea for all of the above reasons and more. For amazing AR Farms and Ranches for Sale, don’t wait! Want to see your Arkansas property listings on Land Broker Co-op? Join our co-op by signing up today.

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