If you aren't looking for outdoor adventure don't worry, because of our location you have many other options. Whether you are looking to shop or to just relax and unwind on the porch swing, we've got you covered.
Scenic Highways- Arkansas Highway 7 is listed by many as one of the top ten American scenic drives! Take your time (and your camera) to enjoy our autumn colors, winter wonderland, and spring and summer foliage.
Crafts & Antiques- A trip to the Ozarks is not complete until you have visited our many crafts & antique shops. You can find the same functional, beautiful, and handmade furniture, quilts, baskets, toys and other treasures our ancestors made when they settled here during the late 1800's.
Guided Cave Tours- If you don’t want to go exploring on your own, stop by one of the guided cave tours. Contact Mystic Caverns (870-743-1739), Hurricane River Cave (800-245-2282), or Blanchard Springs Caverns (870-757-2211) for more information.
Emma's Museum of Junk in Jasper is always a fun stop. Also in Jasper, check out Nelm's Gallery, Spring Street Arts and the Chamber of Commerce for locally made crafts and more.
Eureka Springs, Arkansas offers visitors a look into the Victorian Era. Visit the historic space city made famous by its hot springs and healing waters. In Eureka Springs, you can relax with a massage, tour homes from the turn of the century, or take a horse drawn carriage ride. There are a variety of festivals each year, many craft and unique gift shops, along with attractions like The Great Passion Play. You may want to stop in at the narrow gauge railroad where you can climb aboard and enjoy the view. You can even tour the famous Crescent Hotel, Eureka Springs’ own haunted hideaway.
Branson, Missouri is the music capitol of the Ozarks. You can enjoy a wide variety of shows including; music from the 50's, gospel music, country music, magic shows, Chinese acrobats, and comedy shows by some of the biggest names in the business. You also have access to Silver Dollar City, The Branson Landing, Tanger outlet mall, a huge selection of restaurants, and Table Rock Lake. Just up the road in Springfield, Missouri is a nice day-trip to see the famous Bass Pro Shop with its wildlife exhibits and information.