Public Attractions

Blanchard Springs Caverns

Blanchard Springs Caverns is the jewel in the Ozark National Forest Crown. Dubbed by Life Magazine as “one of the most extraordinary finds of the century” this living cave is constantly in the process of formation. Two paved, lighted trails, one of which is handicapped accessible with assistance, are open to visitors of all ages. […]

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Phone:  870-757-2211
Address: NF 54 Forest Rd 1110-A Fifty-Six, AR 72533

City Park Stone Amphitheater

One of Mountain View’s little known secrets is the Stone Amphitheater in the City Park. It was built From 1966 – 1969 by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), and dedicated to the Arkansas Farmer’s Union Green Thumb. It is adjacent to the 1/2 mile paved walking track located on West Webb Street. Just a short […]

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City Park

Visit the Mountain View City Park for a picnic, letting the kids play on the playground or if you are looking for a small hike. Trails go between the Stone County Recreational Park, the Ozark Folk Center, and the City Park. Also available to be used for parties, weddings, or any get-together!

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Mountain View Wilcox Memorial Field Airport

Mountain View Wilcox Memorial Field Airport has a 4500 foot runway, terminal building and other facilities. The terminal offers a pilot’s lounge, showers, kitchen and a computer system that allows pilots to monitor weather conditions. A meeting room is available for public meetings with approval of the airport commission. Groups can arrange to use the […]

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Phone:  870-269-3142
Address: 400 Killian Lake Rd Mountain View, AR 72560

Gunner Pool Recreation Area

The Gunner Pool Recreation Area offers a campground stretching along the scenic North Sylamore Creek. Campsites are shady and private, but have no electrical or water hook-ups. Hunting is permitted anywhere within the Sylamore Wildlife Management Area except within developed recreation areas or where otherwise posted. Visitors can access the Sylamore Hiking Trail via a […]

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Stone County Library

Bessie Boehm Moore, Stone County Library was built in 1992 with funds from a challenge gift from Dr. Bessie Moore, who had lived here as a young girl and wanted to give back to the community. The challenge was met with local funding and a Federal Library Services grant. The library houses over 20,000 materials […]

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Phone:  870-269-3100
Address: 326 W Washington St Mountain View, AR 72560

U.S. Foresty Service – Ozark St. Francis National Forest

The Ozark – St. Francis National Forest is a United States National Forest that is located in the state of Arkansas. It is composed of two separate forests, Ozark National Forest in the Ozark Mountains; and St. Francis National Forest in the St. Francois Mountains (St. Francis Range). Each forest has distinct biological, topographical, and […]

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Phone:  870-269-3228
Address: 1001 E. Main Steet Mountain View, 72560

Syllamo Mountain Bike Trail

The Syllamo Mountain Bike Trails are an IMBA Epic designated, 50+ mile network of the most challenging yet rewarding trails in the region surrounded by an awe-inspiring landscape. Unlike many mountain bike trails that have a limited area for trail construction, the Syllamo Mountain Bike Trails stretch over thousands of acres of the Ozark National […]

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Ozark Folk Center State Park

    “A Wonderful Way to Enjoy Yesterday,” Arkansas’s unique Ozark Folk Center State Park is America’s only facility that works at preserving the Ozark heritage and sharing it in an entertaining way. We keep the crafts, music and herblore of the Ozarks alive. Tap your toes to mountain music at one of your favorite […]

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Phone:  870-269-3871
Address: 1032 Park Avenue Mountain View, AR 72560

Sylamore Shooting Range

Two ranges are available: a rifle range 200 yards long and a pistol range 50 yards long. Visitors need to bring their own targets and tape, thumbtacks or stapler to attach the target to the holder.

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Buffalo River National Park

Established in 1972, Buffalo National River flows freely for 135 miles and is one of the few remaining undammed rivers in the lower 48 states. Once you arrive, prepare to journey from running rapids to quiet pools while surrounded by massive bluffs as you cruise through the Ozark Mountains down to the White River.

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Phone:  870-439-2502
Address: 402 N. Walnut Street Harrison, 72601

Pine Hills Golf Course

Pine Hills Golf Course Operated by the City of Mountain View Mountain View may be small, but we are busting with community pride for our own “Pine Hills Golf Course” nestled on the edge of town surrounded by beautiful views of the mountains. Pine Hills is a 9 hole course, 1,743 yards, par 29, adding […]

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Phone:  870-269-5777
Address: 111 E Winds Lane Mountain View, AR 72560

Loco Ropes

Loco Ropes! is the newest adventure in Mountain View, Arkansas, proclaimed by National Geographic Adventure Magazine to be one of the 50 Great Adventure Towns! Loco Ropes is a state-of-the-art treetop adventure park experience. That’s right – a thrilling high wire adventure rope course with 3 different segments totaling 30+ challenges to test your nerve,endurance, […]

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Phone:  870-269-6566
Address: 1025 A Park Avenue Mountain View, AR 72560

Stone County Recreational Park

Stone County Fair Grounds

Scarecrow & Fall Decoration Contest Pre-selected spots will be marked at each building and gate entrances at the Stone County Fairgrounds. Each contestant must pre-register by Friday, Sept. 2.  To register call 269-3336 for reservations.  Spots will be limited and on first-come, first-served basis. Entries must be in place by Tuesday, Sept. 6 at 8:00 […]

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