Gateway City to the Buffalo River National Park
Harrison, Arkansas is the Gateway City to the Buffalo River National Park Region. Just 11 miles from the Buffalo River, Harrison is a vibrant town with lodging, shopping, dining and entertainment.
Harrison has the best hotels, affordable lodging, historic lodging, upscale lodging and budget hotels. Gateway City lodging also offers vacation packages bundling overnight accomodations with outdoor adventure. Discover Gateway Outdoor Vacation Packages.
Featured Gateway City Lodging
The 1929 Hotel Seville is a trendy, boutique hotel. Recognized as a Top 20 Ascend property by Choice Hotels and recommended by AAA’s Southern Traveler, the Hotel Seville’s $3.5 million dollar renovation features accomodations with historic character and modern convenience. Located in the downtown Lake Harrison Marketplace, the Hotel Seville is centrally located near dining and shopping.
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The nearest city center in the area, the Gateway City has what you are looking for. Grocery and natural food stores, outdoor supplies, clothing retailers, antique shops and gift stores. Explore the Lake Harrison Marketplace with more than 75 independent retailers. Pick up some locally grown produce from the weekly farmers market or find the perfect souvenir made by a local artist.
Grab a cup of coffee like the locals in the Lake Harrison Marketplace or drive thru on your way to the park. Pick up something and have a picnic lunch at the river. After a day in the park, sit down to a nice steak dinner or enjoy your favorite comfort food at one of Harrison’s many restaurants.
Watch a movie at the Harrison Cinema, run a 5k or just walk around the beautiful Lake Harrison. Attend a concert or performance in the 1929 Lyric Theater (home of the Ozark Arts Council). Celebrate with the locals. Crawdad Days, Fourth of July, Christmas Parade, Bluegrass Festival, Hot Air Balloon State Championships are just a few of Harrison’s community celebrations.