4:00  3rd Thursday
3:00  2nd Thursday
5:00  3rd Thursday
1:00  2nd Monday
4:00  3rd Tuesday
12:30 2nd Tuesday
4:00  2nd Thursday
6:00  1st & 3rd Thursday
FARMER'S MARKET

Location: Across from the  Court  
Complex

Start Time:
6 a.m.
Status:
Open
Next Event: Wednesday
                           Saturday


FRIDAY NIGHTS ON THE SQUARE

Location: The Square
Start Time:
7:00 p.m. 
Status: Closed

COMMUNITY GARDEN

Location: Across from Brents
Start Time:
Daylight hours
Status:
Closed


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LAKE NORFORK


Only minutes from Mountain
Home, the state’s oldest
manmade lake, Lake Norfork, is
the perfect choice for both
fishermen and vacationers.

Lake Norfork boasts 510 miles
of shoreline, beautiful blue
waters, and 20 developed parks. 
Spend an afternoon in one of
the many swimming areas or
take a boat out to enjoy tubing,
skiing, or wakeboarding.

If fishing is what you are
looking for, Norfork is known
for its Black Bass and Ocean
Stripers. Tuck yourself back in
a cove and lose a few hours
reeling in your next big catch.

Many visitors find themselves
spending a few days on this
pristine lake, and there are
plenty of options for lodging
ranging from a campsite a few
steps away to cabins, bed-and-
breakfasts, or lakeside resorts.














































































BULL SHOALS LAKE


Looking to really get lost on
your next vacation? Bull Shoals
Lake is the right place for you.

Bull Shoals spans North Central
Arkansas and South Central
Missouri and covers over 6,000
square miles.

When you visit this gorgeous
lake, you’ll be able to get away
from it all and be surrounded
by stunning natural beauty.

Bull Shoals Lake is away from
the hustle and bustle of city
life, but still offers plenty of
options for lodging, boat
rentals, and campgrounds. 
Whether you’re fishing for a
prize-winning bass, crappie, or
walleye...or just relaxing on
the water, Bull Shoals Lake is a
wonderful choice.



























































WHITE RIVER


Whether you are a
beginner looking to bag
your limit of Rainbows or
a veteran trying to hunt
down a trophy Brown, the
White River will satisfy
the longings of any
angler.

This 92-mile stretch of
Bull Shoals tail-water is
consistently one of
America's most productive
fisheries in terms of trout
number and size. The
water released from the
hydroelectric dam below
Bull Shoals, combined
with the conservation and
stocking efforts of the
Arkansas Game and Fish
Commission, has created
ultimate grounds for
Rainbow, Cutthroat and
Brown Trout.

























NORFORK NATIONAL FISH
HATCHERY


The #1 tourist attraction
in Baxter County and
North Central Arkansas.
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.























THE BUFFALO NATIONAL
RIVER


A river rafting challenge,
or a relaxing float...the
Buffalo National River
offers the best of both 
Find your perfect place to
stay, from a romantic
cabin in the woods to
primitive campgrounds, RV
parks, or river resorts.
Enlist the help of local
outfitters and guides to
show you the river-they
can set you up with
everything you'll need for
your adventure.


















RED, WHITE, AND BLUE
FESTIVAL


he Red White & Blue
Festival is a family-
friendly, community
festival set in the Ozark
Mountains in Mountain
Home, Arkansas. This year
marks the 15th annual,
summertime celebration.
Over the years, the Red
White & Blue Festival has
become a tradition for
locals and visitors alike.
The festival offers a
parade, rodeo, car show,
concerts, kids activities,
food, fireworks and more.






























GOLF

The Mountain Home area
is home to several golf
courses including an
award winning golf
course. 





























HIKING

The Mountain Home area
has many places
individuals to go hiking
and enjoy the beauty of
the Ozarks. 







































BIKE TRAILS


Mountain Home has many
bike trails within several
of its Parks.  In addition
Cooper Park offers a cycle
friendly paved track. 




































If you would like to learn
more about what Mountain
Home has to offer please
visit the link below to The
Mountain Home Chamber of
Commerce.  The City of
Mountain Home would like
to thank the Mountain
Home Chamber of
Commerce for their
contribution of pictures. 








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