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Fayetteville, Arkansas is located in the northwest corner of the state and home to the University of Arkansas.
Historically, college towns host a more liberal and open-minded populace, and Fayetteville is no exception.
They also have strict anti-discrimination laws that protect the LGBT community. Hot Springs, Arkansas is another resort town with a thriving gay population.
It’s not as flamboyant as the Eureka Springs LGBT community, but Hot Springs holds its own.
The city was the first in Arkansas to officially endorse same-sex marriage, and were the first and only city in the state with a Domestic Partnership Registry. If you are looking for LGBT friendly schools, churches, businesses, and nightlife you need look no further than the charming, gay Ozark oasis of Eureka Springs.
Known fondly to its queer residents as “Gay-etteville” the relatively small area is packed with gay history.
Fayetteville was home to one of the longest lasting lesbian communes in the nation, the Ozark Land Holders Association.
Conway doesn’t have much in the way of gay nightlife, but the population is visible on Saturday nights in popular watering holes around the University of Central Arkansas.
Conway, like Fayetteville, is a college town, and therefore a slightly more liberal area to live than surrounding rural Arkansas.