Buffalo National River

Buffalo National River

Jasper alone is worth a tank of gas. But head to the town’s historic courthouse square June 22 and 23 during the Buffalo River Elk Festival and you have an incredible bang for your buck. Located in Newton County, Jasper is surrounded by natural beauty and outdoor opportunities like hiking, canoeing, caving, rock climbing, fishing, hunting, …
Despite a lack of rain, floating season isn’t over on the Buffalo National River. The lower section can still be floated and is actually easily navigated year round unless there is a severe drought. “We’re on the high end of the low but floatable scale,” said Bill Scruggs, owner of Wild Bill Outfitter’s. “With the …
We invite you to have “More Fun Per Gallon” in Arkansas this year. Each day we will be blogging on different Arkansas destinations which can be reached on one tank of gas or less. This is basically every corner of The Natural State. We hope these suggestions help you in planning a trip to remember. …
The 40th anniversary celebration of the Buffalo National River continues with another offering from the Buffalo National River Partners “Storytellers in the Park: Tales from the Buffalo” series at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, May 19 at Steel Creek. Gary Weibye, a Newton County author, will tell tales of “Hubby” and “Wifey” and their many experiences in a new …
  In the continuing, year-long celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Buffalo National River, the country’s first national river, the Buffalo National River Partners will present the program “Musical Connections from Scotland to the Ozarks” at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, May 5 at the Tyler Bend amphitheater. The Crooked Creek Ceili Band will provide the program that …
About 50 people, a standing room only crowd for the small conference room at the Boone County Library in downtown Harrison, attended Tuesday a presentation by Retired Staff Historian Suzie Liles on the 40th anniversary of the Buffalo National River. Today, March 1, is the official date of the anniversary. Many people can’t believe it’s …
Visit My Arkansas every Wednesday for information on outdoors and sports.     If you love the Buffalo River, you’ll enjoy the presentation Suzie Rogers Liles is giving from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. today (Tuesday, Feb. 28) at the Boone County Library in Harrison.   Lile’s program, “Happy 40th Anniversary, Buffalo National River,” will …