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History

The history of the Buffalo River National Park Region located in northern Arkansas.

Southern Living – Fall Ozarks Article

Adventures in Arkansas: Plan a Trip to the Ozarks This Fall Bordered by multicolored bluffs and tucked deep in the deciduous forests of Northwest Arkansas, a ribbon of rapids and pools reflects the Americana charm and natural splendor you can find only in the Ozark Mountains. On either side of the cool, free-flowing river, hollows … Continue reading »

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Buffalo River Elk Watching

Elk Watching | Buffalo River National Park Region Our Friend Bill Bowden reports on one of Arkansas’ favorite Fall activities ARKANSAS SIGHTSEEING: In fall, shy elk draw crowds along two state highways Grazing herds prime-time viewing By Bill Bowden, Arkansas Democrat Gazette Bill Bowden Blake Bowers of Conway helps his son Jordan, 4, adjust his … Continue reading »

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Fall Foliage in the Buffalo River Region

Read about these great drives – many of which are in the Heart of the Buffalo River From Yahoo News! 20 Great Places to see the Fall Foliage in 2021 The Ozarks, Arkansas Situated in the northwest part of the state, the Ozarks are the perfect destination to explore the outdoors and take in the … Continue reading »

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Buffalo River WaterFalls

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Watchable Wildlife in the Eureka Springs Region

Learn more about Elk, Eagles, Bird Migration and the Wildlife viewable over the upcoming winter months on the Ozarks Plateau Learn More

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Travel Alert: Black Bear

Bear Sighted in Eureka Springs. The Tall Pines Inn on Highway 62, as confirmed by Loblolly Pines Adventure Camp and The Inn of The Ozarks have registered a sighting over the past three weekend of a Black Bear in West Eureka Springs. If hiking in the area – please be aware

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Buffalo National River is Re-Opening in a limited Fashion

Buffalo National River Activities are limited to Slow the Spread of COVID-19: The Buffalo National River is reopening for some day uses next week after the national park was closed because of the coronavirus pandemic. The National Park Service announced Tuesday the park will begin to reopen May 15 for recreational day use of the … Continue reading »

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Field and Stream recognizes Buffalo River

The standout character of my time on the Buffalo National River in the beautiful Ozark region of Arkansas was the smallmouth bass. Even the smallest bass I caught that week were feisty as hell and brilliantly colored. There are many route options for paddlers looking for a multi-day float, with a total of 132 river … Continue reading »

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Year Round Float

Tyler Bend to Gilbert 4-6 Hour Year-Round Float

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Buffalo River Waterfalls / Glory Hole

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