Nashville, Tenn.


Home of Arkansas State University and its more than 13,000 students, Jonesboro is the fifth largest city in Arkansas. ASU is a vital part of the entertainment and culture scene of Jonesboro. Whether you are a sports fan taking in a Red Wolves game, a contemporary art lover studying the exhibits at the Bradbury Art Museum, or a history buff studying state antiquities at the Arkansas History Museum, you should not be surprised with this cradle of culture in Northeast Arkansas.

If nature restores and refreshes you, you have twenty parks to enjoy in the city–and even more as you explore the region. Jonesboro has a unique 692-acre urban park, Craighead Forest Park. The park offers basketball, biking & running trails, bird watching, camping, disc golf, fishing, horseshoes, playgrounds, and softball & volleyball fields. It even has a campground for RV’ers and primitive campsites for those who want to get even closer to nature.

Jonesboro has a vibrant community spirit and friendly citizens. No matter what you choose to do while visiting, you’ll certainly be embraced by true southern hospitality.

Airport information

Jonesboro Municipal Airport
3901 Lindbergh Drive
Jonesboro, AR 72401