Local Area Attractions Near Harrison KOA

Harrison AR KOA is the perfect choice to make your home base as you explore the Ozark Mountains.  Nestled in The Heart of The Ozarks, conveniently located between Eureka Springs, AR and Branson MO, Harrison AR KOA  puts you in the center of all the adventure, entertainment, and down home atmosphere the Ozark Mountains have to offer.
After a day of adventure, you will return to your campsite at Harrison AR KOA, put your feet up and relax by the campfire as you watch a spectacular sunset.  
With so much to do, you will want to return again and again to the most beautiful place on earth, the Ozark Mountains.

Dolly Parton's Stampede Dinner Attraction
Dolly Parton's Stampede Dinner Attraction

A high spirited country dinner show featuring a cast of 32 beautiful horses and riders.  Dolly Parton's Stampede Dinner Attraction

1125 W. 76 Country Blvd.

Branson,, MO 65616

417-336-3000

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Promised Land Zoo
Promised Land Zoo

Promised Land Zoo is #1 for Animal Adventure.  Ranked As A Top 25 Zoo in the USA.  They offer driving, walking, and guided tours, along with live animal shows and special events!          Promised Land Zoo

2751 Shepherd Of The Hills Expressway

Branson,, MO 65616

417-337-9453

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Branson Landing
Branson Landing

Branson Landing is a waterfront, open-air shopping,dining, and entertainment complex.  The kids will be thrilled by the jet boats and waterfront zip line, while mom and dad enjoy a day of shopping.Branson Landing

100 Branson Landing

Branson,, MO 65616

417-293-3002

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Paula Deen's Family Kitchen
Paula Deen's Family Kitchen

Paula Deen's Family Kitchen and gift shop is a unique family style all you can eat dinning experience. Paula Deen's Family Kitchen

545 Branson Landing

Branson,, MO 65616

417-320-5127

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Legends in Concert
Legends in Concert

Legends in Concert is a spectacular tribute show to the greatest music legends.       

Legends in Concert

1600 W. 76 Country Blvd.

Branson,, MO 65616

417-339-3003

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Noah Live on Stage
Noah Live on Stage

Noah Live on Stage is an action packed drama on a panoramic stage.  This spectacular show brings the Bible story to life, featuring live animals and special effects. 
Noah Live on Stage

1001 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway

Branson,, MO 65616

800-377-1277

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Branson Scenic Railway
Branson Scenic Railway

An all American classic 40-mile round trip train ride through the Ozarks.  Choose from day time rides or the dinner train.

206 E. Main St

Branson,, MO 65616

800-287-2462

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Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center
Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center

At the Hollywood Wax Museum you can take pictures with your favorite Hollywood stars, find your way through the Maze of Mirrors, play a game of mini-golf, and experience a 3D adventure at Castle Of Chaos.
Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center

3030 West 76 Country Blvd.

Branson,, MO 65616

417-337-8277

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Bigfoot On The Strip
Bigfoot On The Strip

Bigfoot on the Strip has something for everyone.  Take the Bigfoot expedition aboard a 4x4 Safari Vehicle to search for Bigfoot, play in the fun zone, ride the thrilling Super Sling, and more.
Bigfoot On The Strip

3608 W. 76 County Blvd.

Branson,, MO 65616

800-562-2416

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Buffalo National River Park
Buffalo National River Park

Named by National Geographic as one of the Top 10 Underappreciated Parks, the Buffalo National River is one of the few remaining unpolluted, free-flowing rivers in the lower 48 states offering both swift-running and placid stretches. The Buffalo National River encompasses 135 miles of the 150-mile long river. It begins as a trickle in the Boston Mountains 15 miles above the park boundary. Following what is likely an ancient riverbed, the Buffalo National River cuts its way through massive limestone bluffs traveling eastward through the Ozarks and into the White River. The Buffalo National River has three designated wilderness areas within its boundaries.Headquarters for the Buffalo National River are located in Harrison, Arkansas, providing administrative services to the national river. The Tyler Bend Visitor Center, the main visitor center for the park, is located 18 miles south of Harrison, Arkansas. The park has two other visitor contact stations; the Pruitt Ranger Station, located ten miles south of Harrison, Arkansas on Highway 7, and Buffalo Point Ranger Station, located 17 miles south of Yellville, Arkansas, on Highway 14.

The Great Passion Play
The Great Passion Play

Experience the "Greatest Story Ever Told". and then visit Noah's Ark Park Petting Zoo and more.
The Great Passion Play

935 Passion Play Road

Eureka Springs, AR 72632

800-882-7529

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Eureka Springs Tram Tours
Eureka Springs Tram Tours

A fully narrated tram sightseeing tour through historical Eureka Springs.
Eureka Springs Tram Tours

137 West Van Buren Street

Eureka Springs, AR 72632

479-253-6852

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Mountain Springs Trout Park
Mountain Springs Trout Park

Catch Rainbow Trout and enjoy a picnic at a 2 acre spring fed lake.
Mountain Springs Trout Park

2549 State Hwy 0

Highlandville,, MO 65669

417-443-3400

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Mystic Caverns
Mystic Caverns

Highway 7 South, 7 miles south of Harrison, Arkansas, 72601
Mystic Caverns offers guided tours through two of the Ozarks most beautiful caves at one convenient location. You'll never forget your visit to Mystic Cavern and Crystal Dome! Discovered in the 1800s, Mystic Cavern is a splendidly decorated cave with regal columns, spherical stalactites, electrified helicites and a 28 foot pipe organ. Following a knowledgeable guide, you will walk in the footsteps of the first settlers to the Ozarks. Undisturbed and picture perfect formations were found when Crystal Dome was discovered in 1967. Delicate soda straws, pools with cave pearls, sawtooth draperies and abundant pure white flow stone draw the eye throughout the tour. The 8-story dome glistens from the bottom of the Crystal Bell all the way to the top! Tours leave every 35-40 minutes and it takes one hour and 20 minutes to complete the tour. Because of the breathtaking beauty of the caverns, you will want to bring your camera. The caverns are always a comfortable 59 degrees. Gift shop, picnic area, and restrooms are available. Open Monday through Saturday, March 1st through November 30th. Call for schedule in December through February. 
Mystic Caverns

341 Caverns Dr.

Harrison, AR 72601

888-743-1739

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Shepherd's Adventure Park
Shepherd's Adventure Park

At Shepherd's Adventure Park you can sore on the highest zipline in Missouri, or fly from tree top to tree top on the zipline Canopy Tour.
For those who prefer to be closer to the ground, the Off-Road ATV Adventure may be adventure for you.
Shepherd's Adventure Park

5586 West 76

Branson,, MO 65616

417-334-4191

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Motorcycle Riding Guide of the Ozarks
Motorcycle Riding Guide of the Ozarks

Ride the The Ozarks.  This guide includes Maps & Directions of Local Routes, and areas of intrest.
Explore Harrison          Motorcycle Arkansas

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The Branson Belle SHOWBOAT
The Branson Belle SHOWBOAT

Cruise the pristine waters of Table Rock Lake aboard our 700-seat paddle wheeler.  Dine on a scrumptious 3-course meal and be Entertained with performances on the top deck and a lively show on stage!

4800 State Hwy 165

Branson, MO 65616

800-775-2628

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Horseback Trail rides
Horseback Trail rides

Beautiful shaded trails through the Ozark hills.  Gentle horses and family oriented.

W Hwy 76

Branson, MO 65616

417-545-0061

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Adventure Ziplines of Branson
Adventure Ziplines of Branson

The ultimate adventure Ziplines!  7 Ziplines and 3 Rope Bridges.

501 N. Wildwood Dr.

Branson, MO 65616

888-732-4647

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Mountain Springs Trout Park
Mountain Springs Trout Park

Family fishing at it's Best for over 60 years!

Bring your family to catch Rainbow Trout!  No license- No limit-Free bait!

2549 State Hwy O

Highlandville, MO 65669

417-443-3400

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RUNAWAY Mountain Coaster
RUNAWAY Mountain Coaster

ZOOM through the woods or gently cruise on the LONGEST and Fastest Mountain Coaster in the Midwest.

935 State Highway 165

Branson, MO 65616

417-334-7337

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Shepherd Of The Hills  Outdoor Drama
Shepherd Of The Hills Outdoor Drama

Telling the story of the Ozarks for 60 years!

The Shepard of the hills Drama is the action-packed live reenactment of the famous historical novel by Christian minister, Harold Bell Wright published in 1907.  Dinner and a Show!

5586 West 76

Branson,, MO 65616

417-334-4191

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Shad Heller's Original: TOBY SHOW
Shad Heller's Original: TOBY SHOW

A dinner show EXTRAVAGANZA!  Comedy, Fun,Love and FOOD!  Check out our mouth watering Dinner Menu.

5586 West 76

Branson, MO 65616

417-334-4191

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5 major lakes: Bull Shoals, Norfork, Table Rock, Beaver and Taneycomo
5 major lakes: Bull Shoals, Norfork, Table Rock, Beaver and Taneycomo

Harrison is less than an hour's drive from five major world class fishing lakes!

Rockin'z Guest Ranch
Rockin'z Guest Ranch

Enjoy a day of horse back riding in the beautiful Ozark Mountains.  Great for all ages.

92 CR 9782

Alpena, AR 72611

870-553-2308

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Boone County Heritage Museum
Boone County Heritage Museum

Visit the Boone County Heritage Museum and experience the wonderful and unique history of the Ozark Mountains and Harrison, AR. The Boone County Heritage Museum features exhibits from the earliest settlers to the area and depicts how the Harrison forefathers colonized the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. The historic museum also features exhibits from Harrison's railroad past, a war room that highlights the role that Boone County and Arkansas soldiers played in the Civil War, the two World Wars and other conflicts since. Be prepared to find something new in every room throughout the Boone County Heritage Museum as you explore the original, historic Harrison High School building.

124 South Cherry St.

Harrison Convention & Visitors Bureau 200 W. Stephenson Ave

Harrison, AR 72601

870-741-3312

Horseback Riding
Horseback Riding

Rim Rock Cove Ranch 
Immerse yourself, connect with nature and your horse. The woods are calling.
Come with us and connect to nature on horseback. This is horse country and we think riding is a great way to see the landscape. Take in the quiet wooded trails flanked by boulders, cross a meandering stream and venture out into an open meadow where you'll be treated to a beautiful view of the mountains. We keep groups small so that we can offer more individual attention and share our knowledge of the wild surroundings. We offer one or two hour guided horseback rides by reservation only. Please contact us at 870-553-2556 to reserve.
Rates: Guided horseback riding $45 per hour per person. This rate includes AR Sales Tax. (Minimum charge per trip $90)
Hayrides: For larger groups or those who are unable to ride horseback we offer a horse drawn hayride. You can reserve a one hour ride on the hay wagon and see some of the same wooded trails and open meadow that we cover on horseback, or take the two hour option where we will stop and build a fire for you to roast hot dogs, marshmallows or what ever you choose to bring along.
Rates:One hour hay ride $35 per person. Two hour Hay ride: $45 per person  Rate includes AR sales tax. (Minimum charge per trip $100)

9 miles from Ponca on Hwy 103

Ponca, AR 72742

870-553-2556

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Maplewood Cemetery
Maplewood Cemetery

Located just a few minutes from downtown Harrison AR, Maplewood Cemetery is planted with over 733 Sugar Maple trees that explode in an array of vivid colors every autumn. The peak of color is usually in mid to late October or early November depending on environmental conditions. This year, the peak seems to be poised to occur from the last weekend in October extending to the first weekend in November or beyond. By nature, Sugar Maples turn many different colors with their own individual personalities which mean that they turn the same each year. From deep reds, to vibrant oranges and bright yellows, the sugar maples in Maplewood Cemetery offer a wide array of colors and a terrific setting for walking, driving, photography or just absorbing the peaceful surroundings.Organized in 1901, the “20th Century Club” is an important ingredient in the life of Maplewood Cemetery. The club has been selflessly dedicated to the maintenance and beautification of Maplewood Cemetery and Rose Hill Cemetery, a smaller burial ground within the Harrison city limits. They are critical to the success of the property and have been so for over 110 years. The latest project undertaken at Maplewood Cemetery was the complete restoration and beautification of some of the 733 trees. After the 2009 ice storm that hit Harrison extremely hard, some of the trees sustained damage that had to be fixed. Phase I of the restoration project was completed and was a survey of all the maple trees that included a tag. Phase II was completed early in 2011 and included trimming bad limbs on trees, mulching all trees, weeding and the removal and replacement of some 75 severely damaged trees. Over 10,135 hours of labor was recorded for this project. Maplewood Cemetery is located on Maplewood Road, just south of Hwy 43 East in Harrison, Arkansas.

Maplewood Road, just south of Hwy 43 East

Harrison Convention & Visitors Bureau 200 W. Stephenson Ave

Harrison, AR 72601

870-741-1789

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Baker Prairie
Baker Prairie

Located within the city limits and adjacent to Harrison High School and Middle School, Baker Prairie is one of Arkansas' finest educational resources and among the most accessible of all the natural areas in the state. Baker Prairie is home to over 250 different species of animals and plants. Some of the rare plants include: Ozark trillium, prairie violet, royal catchfly, silky aster, downy gentian, and early goldenrod. Baker Prairie is also home to four animal species of special concern: willow flycatcher, grasshopper sparrow, prairie mole cricket, and ornate box turtle.Due to its relatively small size and urban location, habitat degradation is a constant concern. Baker Prairie is a natural area that must be protected with special care.Friends of Baker Prairie (FOBP) is a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to the conservation and preservation of Baker Prairie, a native tall grass prairie located in Harrison, Arkansas.The 71 virgin acres of Baker Prairie are all that remain of a 5,000 acre prairie ecosystem located in northwest Arkansas. As development continues to surround Baker Prairie, threats to its healthy survival multiply.The mission of Friends of Baker Prairie is to protect Baker Prairie for the enjoyment of current and future generations and to promote educational projects informing others about its esthetic, ecological, and historical significance.Directions:
Follow U.S. Highway 65 north through Harrison. At the intersection of Hwy. 65, Hwy. 65B (North Main) and Industrial Park Road continue west on Industrial Park Road (Hwy. 65 is the main road and will turn to the north at this point). Follow Industrial Park Road to Goblin Drive. At stoplight, turn left on Goblin Drive. The prairie is 0.5 mile down Goblin Drive. Signs are on both sides of the road. Parking is available on the left side of the road at the high school and middle school.

W. Buris Way

Harrison Convention & Visitors Bureau 200 W. Stephenson Ave

Harrison, AR 72601

501-324-9150

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Natural State, Natural Art Mural Tour
Natural State, Natural Art Mural Tour

Explore Harrison's Natural State, Natural Art Mural Tour in Downtown Harrison! The murals add a touch of real art to the National Historic District. You can park anywhere downtown and start appreciating the work of local and nationally prominent artists. Below is an interactive map that provides an image of each mural and the artist responsible for the work. We hope you enjoy Harrison's newest attraction!

Downtown Harrison.

Harrison Convention & Visitors Bureau 200 W. Stephenson Ave

Harrison, AR 72601

870-741-1789

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Sports Venues
Sports Venues

  • Anstaff Soccer Complex 202 Old Stonewall Rd • Harrison, AR 72601
  • Brandon Burlsworth Youth Center 202 S. Spring • Harrison, AR 72601
  • Cash Center 1754 Burls Way • Harrison, AR 72601
  • Cottonwood Bowl 116 Hwy 43 E • Harrison, AR 72601
  • Elevate Sports Gym 805 Cottonwood Rd • Harrison, AR 72601
  • Equity Bank Sports Complex 348 N Industrial Park Rd • Harrison, AR 72601
  • F.S. Garrison Stadium 1125 Goblin Dr • Harrison, AR 72601
  • Harrison Country Club 110 Country Club Rd • Harrison, AR 72601
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  • Harrison Country Club Golf and Tennis Complex 110 Country Club Lane • Harrison, AR 72601

  • Harrison Tennis Complex 515 S Pine • Harrison, AR 72601
  • Jo T. Cash Track 1125 Goblin Dr • Harrison, AR 72601
  • Northark Disc Golf Course 1515 Pioneer Dr • Harrison, AR 72601
  • Northark Pioneer Pavilion 1515 Pioneer Dr • Harrison, AR 72601
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    DeVito's Trout Farm
    DeVito's Trout Farm

    350 Devito's Loop, Harrison, AR 72601
    Catch your fill at Bear Creek Springs Trout Farm! The easiest Rainbow Trout fishing you will ever find and it's great fun for the kids and the entire family! The Trout Farm is located at Devito's Restaurant just north of Harrison, Arkansas. Devito's will even cook them up for you! No Fishing License Required
    No Limit
    Bring your own tackle or use ours (FREE)
    We provide bait
    Pay only for what you catch, (call for pricing) you must keep everything you catch. (Sorry, no catch and release.)
    We clean trout and pack on ice for no charge or you can have DeVito's cook your catch during restaurant hours for $8.00 per meal (you supply fish and you get hushpuppies, choice of potato, small tossed salad and homemade bread)
    You can also feed the trout for 25 cents.
    Please Note: This activity is available for fishing by appointment only. Please call 870.741.8832 to make your appointment.

    350 Devito's Loop

    Harrison Convention & Visitors Bureau 200 W. Stephenson Ave

    Harrison, AR 72601

    870-741-8832

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