Mind-blowing beauty and natural wonders abound in the Ozark Mountain Region of Arkansas. You'll find outdoor adventure around every corner - from waterfalls to rocky caves and caverns. The Twin Lakes are huge and offer fun water activities and the area's streams are an angler's dream. Explore charming towns and villages with shops, historic sites and museums. Discover beautiful parks, prairies, and nature preserves that are vital to the area's preservation. Festivals are also a big part of the Ozark Mountain Region lifestyle. Visit www.ozarkmountainregion.com/.
Eureka Springs, Arkansas Hotel in The Ozark Mountains
Located on 30 wooded acres in Eureka Springs, Arkansas and surrounded by the Ozark Mountains, Best Western Inn of the Ozarks provides well-appointed rooms and suites, personal service and modern amenities. Ideal for business travelers and family vacationers, our Eureka Springs hotel features an outdoor pool and hot tub (closed until further notice), an arcade, miniature golf, tennis, flexible meeting space, and free Wi-Fi. What's more, our location in Eureka Springs makes exploring the Ozark Mountains the natural thing to do.
Ozarks Mountain Region Parks, Lakes and Trails
Many parks and prairies make up the Ozark Mountain Region, which is the largest protected wilderness in the Eastern United States. The region is a haven for wildlife with scenic hiking trails and stunning waterfalls. And the views will take your breath away. Baker Prairie Park in Harrison is where you'll find the long grass prairies of days gone by. Bull Shoals-White River State Park, located on Bull Shoals Lake, showcases the natural beauty of the Ozark Mountains and is the perfect destination for hiking, trout fishing, kayaking, canoeing and boating. For more information, visit www.ozarkmountainregion.com/pages/ozark-activities/.