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Parks & nature in Spring River

Park
“Mammoth Spring is a large, first magnitude karst spring that arises in the Ozark Plateau within the state of Arkansas. It is the largest spring in Arkansas and the third-largest spring within the Ozark Plateau region behind Big Spring and Greer Spring. Mammoth Spring is the seventh-largest natural spring in the world.”
5 locals recommend
Campground
“Nestled on the banks of the Spring River, the historic town of Hardy welcomes visitors to the unspoiled Arkansas Ozarks. Surrounded by rolling hills in a pristine natural setting, the charming community is home to picture-postcard shops full of collectibles, antiques and crafts from local artisans. Spend your day canoeing, kayaking, floating or fishing the Spring River. When you’re ready to take a break, enjoy a meal at one of Hardy’s diners, coffee shops or family-style restaurants. While you’re there, you can even catch a live music performance. Hardy’s thriving music scene features many genres from Ozark bluegrass to indie rock. ”
1 local recommends
Campground
“Believe it our not, this park has one of the longest zip lines in Arkansas. Give them a call to get more detail.”
1 local recommends