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Greers Ferry National Fish Hatchery

See the development of trout from egg to adult size;

Heber Springs, AR Fish Hatcheries

William Carl Garner Visitor Center

Directions: 3 miles north of Heber Springs on Ark. 25; located at the west end of Greers Ferry Dam Visitor Center for Greers Ferry Lake; exhibit area, 20 minute audio visual presentation, children's touch table, and replica of the 40 lb., 4

Heber Springs, AR Visitors Centers

Collins Creek

A newly developed outdoor project at the John F. Kennedy Park, near the Greers Ferry Fish Hatchery, includes a catch-and-release trout fishing area for youngsters (under age 16), a hiking trail and nature-watching opportunities. Constructed by the Arkansas Game &

Heber Springs, AR Trout Fishing

Sugar Loaf Mountain Trail

Built by the Corps of Engineers and located on an island in the middle of Greers Ferry Lake, one-mile trek to the top rewards visitors with panoramic views of the Ozarks; commercial shuttle services from Fairfield Bay during summer;

Heber Springs, AR Trails

Mossy Bluff Trail

Starting from the Garner Visitor Center, .8-mile Mossy Bluff Trail follows the canyon rim overlooking the Little Red River. Stairways are provided at craggy bluffs near end of hike.

Heber Springs, AR Trails

Things to do near Heber Springs, AR

Miniatures Museum & Tiny Town Tours

Some 200 displays featuring 100,000 minatures; exhibits range from dollhouse furnishings to complete villages....

Van Buren County Historical Society Museum

Directions: West off Hwy. 65, follow signs Local and area exhibits, plus research room; all items donated by people of Van Bu...

Greers Ferry Lake

Nestled in the Ozark foothills between Clinton and Heber Springs, Greers Ferry is among the state's five largest lakes. It is...

Eureka Springs Historical Museum

Three floors of the unique history of Eureka Springs displayed in photographs and documents, a large collection of local artw...

Rosalie Tour Home & Gardens

Tour guides dressed in Victorian-style costumes provide historical commentary; call Michelle MdConald at the Rosalie to sched...