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There's plenty to do in Mountain View, Arkansas! Whether you take the Dripstone Tour at Blanchard Springs Caverns, get your adrenaline flowing on a zipline at Loco Ropes, or take in a movie, Mountain View has a variety of activities for everyone.

“The skoolie was really neat to stay at with adorable decor! Mountain view has so many awesome sites to visit so we will definitely be back!”
~Sara,  Emerald Gypsy Skoolie

Area Attractions

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Blanchard Springs Caverns 

This is an incredible network of caverns offering guided tours to meet the needs of everyone in your group.  From the Dripstone Tour, a walking exploration of the caverns suitable for all ages and abilities, to the Wild Cave Tour that will satisfy the most adventurous, Blanchard Springs Caverns is a must see.  Check the schedule for tour times and availability.


Ozark Folk Center 

LWalk back in time! The Ozark Folk Center is a state park aimed at educating visitors about the rich cultural legacy of the region. Meet with blacksmiths and basket weavers, take a seat in the 1,000-seat auditorium to listen to concerts by local musicians and explore the center's heritage herb garden to learn about the indigenous plants and traditional cuisine of the Ozarks. Hungry after? There's a restaurant, The Skillet, within a short walk.


Gravity BrewWorks 

This unassuming nanobrewery nestled right smack in the middle of nowhere makes award-winning beer and opens the tasting room to the public Thursday through Saturday. Try one of their 12 brews on tap, or try a flight! Be sure to grab a growler to go! Kids or furbabies tagging along? No problem...there's a large fenced outdoor area with picnic tables and cornhole games. 


Stone Drive In

Open Thursday-Sunday, this quaint drive-in movie theatre is a step back in time. With an evolving line-up of blockbuster offerings, you’ll want to pack a cooler or grab a Tommy’s Pizza and a few lawn chairs to enjoy a movie under the stars.  Transistor radios are limited but available at the snack bar. If you don’t want to watch from inside your vehicle, you may want to byo radio.

808 Theatre Ln, Mountain View, AR 72560

(870) 269-3227


Pine Hills Golf Course

Pine Hills is a modest but well maintained 9 hole course, 1,743 yards, par 29, adding to Mountain View’s many recreational amenities.  The course offers cart rentals and has a club house and a pavilion area for your use.

111 E Winds Ln, Mountain View, AR 72560

(870) 269-5777


The Stream Theatre

Brand new in Mountain View! The Stream is a fully digital cinema with 7.1 digital surround sound, DLP digital picture, and luxury rocker seating. Locally owned and operated.

507 Sylamore Ave, Mountain View, AR 72560-8608, United States

Mountain View, AR 72560-8608

(870) 269-5100


OK Trading Post

A trail horseback riding experience for the whole family, OK Trading Post provides a unique experience for any lover of animals and the outdoors. They offer scenic mountain trail horseback rides for smaller and larger groups for any occasion and can even take you for overnight camping trips! And don't forget about the onsite petting zoo and gift shop!

11595 Hwy 14 Mountain View, AR 72560

(870) 585-2217


City Park Stone Amphitheater

A great spot for a picnic right in town and one of Mountain View’s little known secrets is the Stone Amphitheater in the City Park. It was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), and dedicated to the Arkansas Farmer’s Union Green Thumb.  Adjacent to the 1/2 mile paved walking track located on West Webb Street and just a short stroll down the creek side on the east of the parking area, you will find this tranquil location, perfect for weddings, concerts, or just relaxing and meditating. Wooded walking trails lead from from the Stone Amphitheater to other areas of the City Park or along the creek to the Ozark Folk Center. It is a true work of art.


The Dulcimer Shoppe

Since the first McSpadden dulcimer was made in 1962, this business has been turning out some of the highest quality dulcimers made, while continuing the folk music heritage of our area.  They often have live music and demonstrations, and will be happy to show you how to play.  They'll even help you design your own custom dulcimer!

1104 Sylamore Ave Mountain View, AR 72560

(870) 269-4313


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