The Ozark National Forest in Arkansas protects some of the South’s most rugged, historic, and scenic country. The national forest covers 1.2mn acres and is where you’ll find a wide array of points of interest, ecotourism opportunities, and historic sites. From multiple points across a large part of the northern half of Arkansas, you can access lakes, picnic areas, campgrounds, hiking trails, waterfalls, and mountain scenery, as well as other historic and natural features.
There are three rustic and unique natural stone cabins at this recreation area of Ozark National Forest, along with a natural stone lodge. The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) build all these buildings in the 1930s. Each comes with stone patios with a view of the forest, wood furniture crafted by the CCC, and a stone … Read moreWhite Rock Mountain