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RICHLAND — The Richland Valley is waterfall central for enthusiast in the Natural State. When driving county road 1205, there are several trees that are marked with upside down equal sign in … more
RICHLAND — Social distancing has crowded the paths of many popular streams and trails in the Ozarks. The Richland Valley is still open and full of many delightful adventures for those that may … more
The Buffalo National River is still open to paddling enthusiasts and alpinists. However, some of the amenities and facilities around the river are shut down. Following guidance from the CDC and … more
RUSH — It is called a “ghost town,” but Rush gives visitors a true look at an once striving community in rural Marion County along the Buffalo River. There are still five buildings left in … more
RUSH — While the ghost town of Rush lies near the water’s edge of the Buffalo River, the Rush trail is high above offering challenges of its own. The 3.6 mile trail has many things that will … more
FORUM — The drive is worth the hike. In between Eureka Springs and Huntsville there are several trails that lead to memorable waterfalls. One of those waterfalls is called Road 299 … more
FORUM — While the Buffalo River brings many tourists into North Central Arkansas, there is another river that offers a lot of the same amenities. Getting its start in Madison County, the Kings … more
PONCA — It is like opening the door to a secret passage. However, the door is a bunch of briars that leads to a path of beauty. In Ponca, there is a path that can lead outdoor enthusiasts on … more
GILBERT — The Buffalo National River is a jewel in the Heart of the Ozarks. A visitor to the area might pose a question in curiosity such as what is so special about the river? Locals could … more
There are several access points on Crooked Creek that are just minutes from the city limits of Harrison for anyone looking for a short floating adventure. The biggest issue with most canoeing and … more
ERBIE — The Buffalo National River offers numerous opportunities for paddling and camping enthusiasts to take advantage of the marvel of nature that sits in the Ozarks. However, not every … more
BUFFALO POINT — It has been a source for shelter, a source of water and a source of livelihood for centuries. Now the Indian Rockhouse Trail, located between Yellville and Marshall, serves as a … more
RIDGEDALE, Mo. — The PGA TOUR Champions event at Big Cedar Lodge is hosting the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf for the sixth year beginning April 24.. The newest addition to the schedule is the … more
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