EXPERIENCE THE OZARKS ON LABOR DAY WEEKEND!
Here are some places to visit and fun things to see this Labor Day Weekend in the beautiful Mountain Home Area.
LOCO ROPES ADVENTURE MOUNTAIN VIEW, ARKANSAS
1 hour drive south of Mountain Home Arkansas on Hwy 5 south. We're open from 10am - 5pm, 7 days a week, March 1st - November 30th, closed for Easter and Thanksgiving, for a ride on the Flying or Screamin’ Pig ZipLine, the HotShot FreeFall, or to climb Planks Peak. To time your visit when our Loco Crew are onsite ready to facilitate your treetop adventure on the Loco Lines, check our booking schedule for availability, or give us a call at (870) 269-6566.
NORFORK TROUT HATCHERY
LOCATED OFF HWY 5 SOUTH AT THE BASE OF THE NORFORK DAM & WHITE RIVER
Visit the Norfork National Fish Hatchery, the #1 tourist attraction in Baxter County. Nestled deep in the Ozarks, next to the Norfork River and Norfork Lake Dam, the Norfork Hatchery is home to 2.5 Million Brown, Rainbow and Cutthroat Trout that are stocked annually into Arkansas waterways. It is also home to Dry Run Creek, touted by many, as one of the most prestigious fishing streams in the country for kids under the age of 16 and the mobility impaired. Designed for ultimate fish habitat and growth, Dry Run Creek is open year round to anglers and host to many fishing events and school field trips each year. Children not only have the chance to learn more about our trout, but also have a great opportunity to fish for the monsters that lurk in the depths.
Also located just off Hwy 5 South Mountain View, Arkansas. Can hardly be described in words! You must visit the caves truly understand and appreciate their beauty. Entering the world of the underground is always a thrilling experience. We hope this site help to showcase some of the wonderful and majestic sights you’ll see. There are three different tours offered at the caverns; the Dripstone Trail, the Discovery Trail, the Discovery in the Dark Headlamp Tour and the caverns, newest trail, the Wild Cave Tour. Led by knowledgeable Forest Service Guides, the tours wind through water-carved passages, including an underground river and the world’s largest flowstone. Each trail is a little different in intensity and visitors should be aware of each trail they decide to take. CALL FOR HOURS OF OPERATION 1-870-757-2211