Newton County is centrally located in the "heart of the Ozark Mountains". In just 30 minutes to 2 1/2 hours, you can go "daytripping" to other exciting attractions; then return to your Newton County hideaway to relax in tranquil beauty. Here are a few attractions but there are lots more close by.
Branson - The "Nashville of the Ozarks". Year round entertainment, Silver Dollar City, fun and excitement for the entire family.
Eureka Springs Gardens - The premier gardens of Arkansas just west of the quaint city of Eureka Springs with its historical homes, The Great Passion Play, and many entertaining musical shows.
Ozark Folk Center - The heritage of the Southern mountains is preserved and interpreted at this state park at Mountain View. Cottage crafts and evening performances of traditional Anglo-Saxon music and dance, classes offered in all these traditions. Weekend evenings on the town square where local musicians gather in groups to play and sing are not to be missed.
Ozark Heritage Arts Center - A restored 1938 structure houses a 400 seat theater and art gallery. The center features a yearround schedule of first class theatrical productions, plus touring exhibits and art shows.
Boone County Heritage Museum - Displays of railroad artifacts, Indian relics, medical instruments dating from the Civil War and a wide variety of World War I and II items. Searcy County Museum - Located in Marshall, the historic building houses local historical items, Civil War uniforms, 19th century farm implements and more.
Bass Pro Shop - The world's most exciting sporting goods store. Fishing and hunting Museum, trout pond, Ethel (the world's largest large mouth bas in captivity), and much more.
Concert Vineyards - Free tasting seven days a week at this Lakeview winery located about the banks of the White River near Bull Shoals Dam.
Norfork National Trout Hatchery - Located just below Norfork Dam, see millions of rainbow, brown and cutthroat trout in various stages of growth.
Long Pool Recreation Area - North of Dover on Scenic 7 Byway. Large natural pool on Big Piney Creek with high picturesque bluffs, fishing and hiking.