Visit Mountain Home for some great folk music or stop by one of the state parks in this area.
Blanchard Springs caverns are a popular destination because they are only a few hours from Little Rock and beautiful. It's a relaxing way to spend a day, but prepare for a nice walk and cool temps.
A museum of Independence County History. Exhibits from Native Americans up until the 1950s.
Ninth and Vine
This rainbow-arched bridge is ranked among the most beautiful views in mid-America. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this bridge has been around since 1930.
Along U.S. 62-B
Exhibits include a historic doll collection, Native American artifacts, minerals and fossils.
419 Front Street
A sandstone grotto that was once the home of prehistoric cave dwellers.
Off Ark. 16
A private collection of automobiles featuring over 40 vehicles dating back as far as 1908.
W. Main Street
Military weaponry from the Revolutionary War to Desert Storm.
U.S. 62-63 870-856-4133
Take a tour of a real fish hatchery and learn some trout fishing tips.
Below Greers Ferry Dam
Re-creates a turn of the century town. Native American artifacts, glassware, natural history, dolls and traveling exhibits.
110 Cooley Dr.
The big spring creates the Spring River with 10 million gallons of water hourly. Also see 1880s Frisco Railroad Depot & historical exhibits.
Guided horseback trial rides. Reservations needed to ride.
Hwy. 5 N.
Visit this restored historical village.
200 miniature displays plus art and poetry. Features Bead and Button Bakeries.
2113 Hwy. 62 E.
An interpretation of a Native American village once located in Parkin which was visited by Hernando de Soto. Site tours are available.
U.S. 64 and Ark. 184
The site preserves the site of a historic 1800s town that included Arkansas's first post office. The site offers fishing, hiking and guided tours.
A 1888 two story courthouse that exhibits the history of technology, politics and lifestyles of North Arkansas.
This is the oldest ongoing, continuously run racetrack in the United States. Sprint cars, hobby cars and modifieds run from April to September.
151 Legion Rd.
Prehistoric Indian artifacts dating from 13150 to 1700 collected in the town are on display at this state park and museum.
U.S. 61 and Lake Drive
Many hiking trails and unusual flora including many different species of flowering trees. Cabins, fishing, boating and camping are available.