Mountain Home, Arkansas

Upcoming Events in Mountain Home Arkansas


Annual Kids Fishing Derby - This year the Annual Kids Fishing Derby will be held on Saturday June 7th, 2014 at Quarry Park just below Norfork Lake Dam. Each year ,over 400 kids participate in this event with activities that range in age from 2 -18 years old. The event is free and fun for the entire family with the Norfork Hatchery producing much of the fun by stocking trout in both the portable pools for kids under the age of 5 and also Dry Run Creek. Broken up into three separate age groups, there are prizes for every child with trophies awarded to the biggest fish and the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place finishers in each age group. Lunch is provided by TLC Bank and the event is free to all youth!




12 - 13 AnnualTwin Lakes Radio Boat and Outdoor Show -
Twin Lakes Radio Boat & Outdoor Show
02/21/2014 - 02/22/2014

10-5 pm daily
Baxter County Fairgrounds

See boats, RV's, PWC's, financing, insurance and more.

Call Mindy Luker for info, 870-492-6022 or

Address: Baxter County Fairgrounds, Mountain Home , Mountain Home, Arkansas
Ph: 870-492-6022 (Always call and confirm events)
Fax: 870-492-2137
Fee: Free


4 - 6 Annual SOWBUG Roundup - A celebration of fly fishing featuring over 100 fly tyers from across US and Europe. We offer instruction in fly tying, fly casting and have seminars that cover general conservation and fly fishing. This is a family event, we have many youth tyers.

Address: Family Life Center of Redeemer Lutheran Church , Mountain Home, Arkansas
Ph: (870) 491-5520 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission: $5 per adult (16 and older)


26 - 27 Annual Twin Lakes Home Builders Home Show - Over 200 booths of the latest products and services from builders and suppliers. Everything for the home owner: landscaping, furniture, plumbing, home decorating, you name it! Shopping spree giveaway, demonstrations. Admission proceeds benefit local scholarships.

Address: Baxter County Fairgrounds , Mountain Home, Arkansas
Ph: (870) 508-5815 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission: $2 per person


24 - 25 Annual North Arkansas Woodcarvers Show and Sale - North Arkansas Woodcarvers Club, Inc. invites you to their Annual Show and Sale! Usually the first weekend in May.

Address: Baxter County Fairgrounds , Mountain Home, Arkansas
Ph: (870) 431-8070 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: or
Fee: Admission: Free

7 - 8 Annual Parade of Homes - Twin Lakes Home Builders Assoc. members showcase their latest homes. Meet the builders, discuss your plans, see all the newest home building techniques and special features. Pick up free Parade of Homes magazine with all locations at North Arkansas Electric in Mtn. Home, available mid March.

Address: Choose oneMountain Home Area , Mountain Home, Arkansas
Ph: (870) 508-5815 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission: Free


28 - 29 Semi-Annual Craftsfest - Juried craft show for non-commercial crafters to display and sell handcrafted items inside.

Address: Baxter Coutny Fairgrounds , Mountain Home, Arkansas
Ph: (870) 424-5710 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission: Free

18 - 20AR0501021e007 - Mountain Home Red White and Blue Festival - The Red, White and Blue Festival is the premier festival event in Mountain Home, Arkansas. Join us for variety of activities on Friday including an Art Show, "Symbols of Freedom" Parade, Rodeo featuring Chicks-N-Spurs and the Colgate Country Showdown.

Then on Saturday come out for a full day of festival activities including a 5K Run, Pancake Breakfast, Kids activities like Turtle Races and a Peddle Tractor Pull, "The Race for Planet X" Traveling Interactive Exhibit and much more! The day concludes with a Spectacular Fireworks Show, described as one of the best in the nation!

Address: ASU Mountain Home Campus and various other locations , Mountain Home, Arkansas
Ph: 870-421-7341 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission to the festival is free, various attractions and activities may charge individually


30 Independence Eve at the Bridges - SPONSORED BY LNFA DONORS

Our 34th year of celebrating the 4th of July with our Independence Eve Fireworks Show.

The show Starts at Dark

For more information on this show contact
101 Boat Dock at 870-467-5252 ----- OR - GO TO WEB ADDRESS BELOW TO FIND E-MAIL

Ph: 870-467-5252 (Always call and confirm events)


14 - 16AR0501021e010 - Mountain Home Autumn in the Ozarks Quilt Show - Over 250 quilts (art & traditional), wearable art, Vendors, Door Prizes, Country Store, Silent Auction, Quilt Appraiser, Special Displays & Exhibits, Snacks & Lunch available For Advance ticket purchases $4 for groups of 10 or more, contact Diana Arikan, 870-424-7801
Presented by Hill 'N Hollow Quilters Guild;.

Address: 1507 Fairgrounds Drive, Mountain Home, AR , Mountain Home, Arkansas
Ph: 870-491-7567 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: $5 under 12 free at the door; Pre Admission $4 for 10 tickets

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Tiny Town Tours Miniature Museum of Merritt

2400 square feet of minatures, seven rooms, 60 dollhouses, 62

Mountain Home, AR Museums

Norfork National Fish Hatchery

One of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service's largest producing fish hatcheries. On display are eyed eggs and various sizes of rainbow, brown and cutthroat trout. Hatchery tours, off-site presentations; fishing for the disabled and for those 15

Mountain Home, AR Fish Hatcheries

Miniatures Museum & Tiny Town Tours

Some 200 displays featuring 100,000 minatures;

Mountain Home, AR Tours

Bull Shoals Lake

Created by one of the largest concrete dams in the nation, Bull Shoals covers 45,000 acres with a 1,000-mile shoreline. Famous for its largemouth and striped bass; several state records including a 53

Mountain Home, AR Recreation

Norfork Lake

Granddaddy of all the big Ozark lakes. A 550-mile shoreline offers a wide choice of resort accommodations and the action is non-stop for bass, walleye, stripers and panfish; scuba diving; 12 Corps of Engineers campgrounds; boating, skiing, swimming.

Mountain Home, AR Recreation

Things to do near Mountain Home, AR

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