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Rent a Charter Bus in Mountain Home, Arkansas and Visit this Quiet Town in the Ozark Mountains

Mountain Home is the county seat of Baxter County, in the Ozark Mountains in North Central Arkansas. The city is home to about 13,000 people. This quiet little town is home to one of the best vacation spots in the country. Find out what the city has to offer with a charter bus in Mountain Home, Arkansas.

Arts, Culture & History

You can check the Ozark Folk Center State Park, which preserves the Ozark heritage through music, arts, crafts, and herblore. Called the "Living Museum," this state park recreates the music and the skills of the last century, with traditional mountain concerts, as well as demonstrations on quilting, pottery, furniture making, woodworking, and blacksmithing, among others.

For more of the city's past, you should head to the Mountain Home Commercial Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Most of the structures here are commercial buildings built between 1900 and 1920, which is the period after the arrival of the railroad, and buildings built in the 1950s, which is another period of growth for the city.

Other sites included in the National Register are:

  • Baxter County Courthouse, a courthouse built in 1941.
  • Case-Shiras-Dearmore House, a 2-1/2 story Plain Traditional wood frame structure built in the 1870s.
  • Casey House, a well-preserved local example of a dog trot house, which is a typical pioneer house in Arkansas. This house was built in 1858.

You might also want to experience the Red, White and Blue Festival, which is a family-friendly summertime festival that is set in the Ozark Mountains. There will be a parade, a car show, a rodeo, concerts, kiddie activities, fireworks, food, and so much more.

Parks & Outdoor Venues

Herd everyone into a charter bus in Mountain Home, Arkansas and experience the best of nature! The city encompasses two lakes, three rivers, and breathtaking mountain scenery.

  • Lake Norfolk, which is the state‚Äôs oldest man-made lake and which boasts more than 500 miles of shoreline and clear blue waters. The lake has 20 developed parks surrounding it.
  • Bull Shoals Lake, is a gorgeous lake that covers 6,000 square miles, where you can fish, camp, or just relax on the water.
  • Buffalo National River, on the other hand, is a great venue for river rafting as well as for fishing and camping. It encompasses 95,000 acres of protected land.
  • White River, which is a 92-mile stretch of tail-water that is consistently one of America's most productive fisheries in terms of trout number.
  • North Fork River, which is known as one of the world's most productive fisheries. There are several quality public entry points into the river and picnic areas, campgrounds, and boat launch ramps are accessible here.

You may also want to check parks like Cooper Park, Hickory Park, Clysta Willett Park, and Keller Park. These parks have amenities like playgrounds, pavilions, picnic areas, basketball courts, tennis courts, ball fields, and walking trails.

Golf & Other Sports

The city has several golf courses for golfers to enjoy. There's Big Creek Golf & Country Club, Twin Lakes Golf Course, and The Golf Place, to name a few.

If you want spectator sports, you can check out Bomber Stadium and Dr. Ray Stahl Soccer Complex.

A charter bus in Mountain Home, Arkansas is the ideal transportation solution for your group tours! Call 1 866-569-2012 now to book your trip!

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