- 16 miles (31 minutes)
930 West Clinton Drive
Fayetteville AR 72701
The Clinton House is a historic house museum at 930 West
Clinton Drive in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Built in 1931, it was
the first home of Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham while they
both taught at the University of Arkansas School of Law and
was where they married in 1975.
Pea Ridge National Military Park
- 28 miles (45 minutes)
15930 East Highway 62
Garfield AR 72732
Pea Ridge National Military Park is a United States
National Military Park located in northwest Arkansas near
the Missouri border. The park protects the site of the Battle
of Pea Ridge, fought March 7 and 8, 1862.
Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park
- 27 miles (40 minutes)
506 East Douglas Street
Springdale AR 72753
Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park is an Arkansas state
park located next to Prairie Grove. It commemorates the
Battle of Prairie Grove, fought December 7, 1862, in the
American Civil War. The battle secured northwestern
Arkansas for the Union.
Shiloh Museum of Ozark History
- 91 miles (15 minutes)
118 West Johnson Avenue
Springdale AR 72764
The Shiloh Museum of Ozark History, located in
Springdale, Arkansas, is a regional history museum
covering the Arkansas Ozarks. Programs, exhibits, and
events relating to Ozark and Northwest Arkansas history
are offered by the museum to the public.
- 85 miles (1 hour and 29 minutes)
Branson is an Ozark town in southwest Missouri known as
a family vacation destination. Its 76 Country Boulevard is
famously lined with theaters, which once hosted mostly
country music performers but today present diverse
entertainment. Also along the strip are the Marvel Cave, the
Wild West-style Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede Dinner
Attraction and Silver Dollar City, an 1800s-themed
amusement park with live music.
- 102 miles (1 hour and 56 minutes)
A railroad boom town that sprang up in the early 20th
century, Cotter was once the largest town in North
Arkansas. Today it is a well-known river town offering
excellent trout fishing amid incredible scenery. The clear
cold waters flowing along the banks of Cotter attract anglers
in search of trophy trout. Fly fishermen, spin casters,
experts and novices visit from around the world to cast into
the White River for rainbow, brown, brook and cutthroat
trout. The town bills itself as the "Trout Capital of the USA."
- 33 miles (42 minutes)
Experience the history, beauty, and charm of this Victorian
Village. With over 100 unique shops & galleries, Eureka
Springs is a shopper's paradise. Relax at one of the
numerous spas around the city or visit a 500-acre wildlife
refuge. Take a 2-hour zipline tour through an Ozark
Mountain forest, ride a steam train, or explore an area
cavern. In the evening take in a music or magic show or The
Great Passion Play. Pack your bags & we'll provide the
bed! Cozy up in a historic downtown B&B or hotel, motel, a
romantic private suite or cottage, or a cabin in the woods.
And if you want to spend the night in a treehouse, in a
cave, or with a tiger in your back yard we have that too!
Eureka Springs can satisfy anyone's appetite for everything
from down home southern food to romantic, candlelit
dinners. Award-winning restaurants serve savory
Czech-German dishes, authentic Italian cuisine and spicy
East Indian fare. You'll find Mediterranean, Chinese, Irish,
Mexican, Cajun, and Thai as well. You can also dine on a
dining car at Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway.