Often called the “living cave” because its constantly changing and growing, Blanchard Springs Caverns consists of 4 different tours.
Enjoy a leisurely day canoeing down the White River or Buffalo National River.
For the best fishing opportunities around Mountain View, head north of town where the White River and Sylamore Creek merge.
With over 130,000 acres, the Sylamore District of the Ozarks continues to be one of the most visited hiking regions in the state.
The historic courtsquare is the central meeting ground for locals and visitors in the Mountain View vicinity.
Loco Ropes is a heart-pumping ground, tower, and treetop adventure of over 35 obstacles.
Billed as an ‘all acoustic bluegrass festival’, the event is held every November in the Ozark Folk Center Auditorium.
A free self-guided driving tour showcasing creative artists in and around the Mountain View area. It occurs every year in September.
Arkansas’s Ozark Folk Center State Park is America’s only facility that works at preserving the Ozark heritage.
Originally opened in 1965, the Stone Drive-In is a perfect family outing for those visiting the area.
A tradition for over 30 years – pinto beans, cornbread, and homemade racing outhouses are featured in this wonderful event.
The oldest Mountain View music festival, The Annual Arkansas Folk Festival happens in the spring of every year.
22 miles in length and contains 3 interconnected loops which are accessible from the Trailhead.