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

Arkansas Fall Foliage

PEAK WEEK has been determined for the Arkansas Buffalo River Region as November 1 – November 7, 2014 Featured Araknsas Fall Foliage drives can be viewed here on The #1 Arkansas Foliage Drive is Here in the Buffalo River Region Post Pictures of Fall foliage at #visitarkansas Here an up to date Fall Foliage report … Continue reading »

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Buffalo RIver highlighted in release featuring Eureka Springs Vacations – Less than one hour from Downtown

FAMILIES VACATION “TOGETHER” IN EUREKA SPRINGS (EUREKA SPRINGS, AR) — What, in 2014, brings mom and dad with kids under 14 to a wonderful village set in The Ozarks of Northwest Arkansas for a family vacation?  This was the question to which local businesses here that are active in serving family vacationers wanted to know.  … Continue reading »

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17th annual Buffalo River Elk Festival

17th annual Buffalo River Elk Festival If you have some time to drive to the Ozarks, the 17th Annual Buffalo River Elk Festival is happening in Jasper. This event celebrates Newton County’s title of “Elk Capital of Arkansas.” You will find artists, crafts, entertainment, a fishing derby and much more. More details at:

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Buffalo River Long Range Interpretive Plan Meetings announced

Harrison Tuesday May 20th 5:30 303 N Main St Jasper Tuesday May 20th 3:30 Newton County Library St. Joe Thursday May 22 5:50 Tyler Bend Visitor Center Buffalo Point Wednesday May 21 5:30 Buffalo Point Restaurant   With questions contact

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Tulsa World writes about the Buffalo River Region

PONCA, Ark. — For those who grew up in the hills of Oklahoma and Arkansas, the outdoors were our playground. Our expansive, wooded, sometimes dangerous playground. And with springtime ushering in warmer weather, it’s time to get back outside and keep playing. Opportunities for hiking, camping, canoeing, rock climbing, horseback riding and more are plentiful across … Continue reading »

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Boston Globe reports on teh Buffalo River Region

  CLARKSVILLE, Ark. — The Boston Mountains in northwest Arkansas are subtle features as mountains go. They don’t loom across the plains like the Rockies or overshadow the piedmont like the Appalachians. These mountains, with some of the highest summits between those two more famous ranges, have a hidden grandeur that sneaks up on you. … Continue reading »

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Controlled Burn in the National Park

FIRE ALERT for Arkansas Spring Break Travel Buffalo National River had a 350-acre controlled burn at Slay Branch in Searcy County which remained contained and controlled according to plan. The majority of the smoke affecting Newton, Searcy, Marion, and Boone counties are attributed to multiple prescribed burns totaling 16,000 acres by the United States Forest … Continue reading »

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Spring break in the Buffalo River Region / Eureka Springs

Just when you thought the Winter Warlock would never leave town, he has.  Defrosted and ready to welcome students, families and couples ready for Spring Break is probably the most popular destination in the Arkansas Ozarks, Eureka Springs.  Not only is flora beginning to blossom but area attractions are opening up as well. “We anticipate … Continue reading »

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The region’s largest motorcycle touring site has featured the Buffalo River Region and its motorcycle roads. “With some of the most scenic roads in Ozarks, we wanted to make sure our site visitors from all over the country would know about and plan to visit the Buffalo River Region”

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ALERT: Visitors should be aware of the new trash policy in the Buffalo River Park

From the Springfield News Leader Jane Goodall once said, “It is individual efforts, collectively, that make a noticeable difference — all the difference in the world!” Managers at Buffalo National River in Arkansas will put this theory to the test this spring as they implement a new solid waste management strategy that relies on park … Continue reading »

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