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Fairfield Bay, Arkansas

Fairfield Bay, Arkansas

Fairfield Bay, nestled along the western shoreline of Greers Ferry Lake , was established in 1966 as a resort/retirement village. Neal Simonson of New Jersey, a founder of Fairfield Communities, Inc., is credited with naming the community. One of the region’s most popular destinations, Fairfield Bay has 2,460 permanent residents and thousands of seasonal visitors. The resort offers two top-flight golf courses, sailing, tennis and fitness centers, a shopping district, a full-service marina, horseback riding stables, hiking trails, geological wonders, camping, lake cruises, a conference center, and accommodations, plus great water sports and fishing action. The “Bay” is located along Ark. 16, east of Clinton.

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Lazy M Ranch Resort

Credit Cards Accepted: Food Service/Picnic Area Available # of Units/Rooms: 5 Non-Smoking Rooms Available Golf Course Restaurant on site/nearby Recreation Pets Accepted Directions: Located outside Shirley and across road (Hwy. 16) from Fairfield Bay. Take Lightfoot Drive off Hwy. 16

Fairfield Bay, AR Resorts

Indian Rock House

Nestled under a hillside at Indian Hills Golf Course, this natural sandstone grotto was the home of prehistoric cave dwellers; community Log Cabin Museum is nearby.

Fairfield Bay, AR Natural Attractions

Log Cabin Museum

An 1850 cabin, dismantled and reconstructed on its present site, is furnished with items used in a home of the 1880s; built in 1976 by volunteers and citizens of Fairfield Bay as a Bicentennial gift; free admission GPS: N35.6238013 W92.2497252

Fairfield Bay, AR Museums

Red River Ranch

Guided 45- and 90-minute trail rides; no experience necessary; call for reservations

Fairfield Bay, AR Ranches

Indian Hills Golf Course At Fairfield Bay

Course Access: Private
Holes: 18
Reserve Advance Tee Times: 14

Fairfield Bay, AR Golf Courses

Things to do near Fairfield Bay, AR

Museum of Earth History

Directions: Located on The Great Passion Play grounds. The Museum explains the origin of the earth from the Christian viewpoi...

Pea Ridge National Military Park

Perhaps the best-preserved Civil War battlefield in Arkansas, this 4,300-acre national historic site includes a seven-mile, s...

Covenant Gardens

Directions: Located 1/2 mile east of Passion Play Road Unique garden of Biblical plants; only Bible garden in the mid-South; ...

Center for the Arts in Northwest Arkansas

Musical performances, theatrical productions, visual arts, additional cultural events; call for hours of operation ...

Downtown Historic District

Features brick-paved streets, unique shops and restaurants; incorporated in 1881 when the first passenger train rolled in on ...