Jonesboro, one of the Arkansas fast growing cities, was established in 1859 among the undulating hills of Crowley’s Ridge in Northeast Arkansas. Art galleries, Gift shops, restaurants active civic centers called the forum etc. are aplenty in and around the downtown area. Arkansas State University offers one of the Mid-South’s finest museums, fine arts centre and an indoor sports and entertainment centre. Jonesboro witnessed the last battles of the Atlanta Campaign in 1864. The battlefield is more or less obliterated from the time of the battles, but nine historical markers in the area of Jonesboro’s Historic District help tell the story. Some interesting antebellum homes can be found in Jonesboro, some which claim to be the inspiration for Margaret Mitchell’s Tara in “Gone with the Wind”, and a driving tour map with a 32 attractions available at the Clayton County Visitors Center. In Jonesboro world class lodging and transportation facilities like Charter Bus that include includes Motor Coach, Mini Bus, School Bus, Entertainer, Executive, Limo Bus, Double Decker, Passenger Van and Public Transit are easily available to make your trip more enjoyable.