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Ozark Folk Center State Park

Ozarks Region
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Overview:
Activities for young and old, this state park is dedicated to perpetuating the crafts, herbal wisdom and music of the Ozark Mountains. Learn how to throw a bowl, forge iron, stitch a quilt or any of more than 20 crafts demonstrated.Handcrafted goods for sale; daytime acoustic music on the craft village outdoor stage, evening shows in the auditorium featuring pre-1941 music along with special celebrity concerts scheduled throughout the year. Sixty cabins, conference center, restaurant serving home-style cooking; the park's popular fried pies are at the barbecue stand; general store/visitor center, gift shop and large herb garden. Loco Ropes offers 30-plus challenges on a high wire zip line course.

Address:

Ozark Folk Center State Park
1032 Park Avenue
Mountain View, AR 72560

GPS: N35.8816266 W92.1158346

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Miscellaneous

  • Units/Rooms: 60
  • No Smoking
  • Restaurant on Site/Nearby
  • Recreation
  • Seating Capacity: 200
  • Type of Service: Banquet, Buffet, Menu
  • Picnic Area
  • Accessible Handicap Accessible

Comments

  • johnny · marrero, LA
    Attended a bluegrass festival a few years back and would like to know if their is another one planned for this year. i would also like to know what other festivals are planned for 2010. please send info. thanks
  • Sarah Bolin · Mountain View, AR
    I feel the Ozark Folk Center is the most appealing place in the state. The people are always warm and friendly and the scenery is great.
  • Carolyn Carter
    Carolyn Carter · Mountain View, AR
    The Ozark Folk Center has a magical atmosphere like no other I have ever been to! A wonderful mixture of history and adventure. I highly recommend this unique journey to anyone who is bored with the usual 'vacation'. The staff goes above and beyond helping you to understand the life your ancestors lived in the Ozarks!
  • Vera Byrd · Batesville, AR
    It is dedicated to preserving our Ozarks Mountains heritage and crafts. In this busy electronic age, it nice to be reminded that someone still knows how and takes the time to make soap, quilts & jelly. It is a slower pace and a time to reflect on how our ancestors met their daily needs.