1210 US 62/65 N
Harrison, AR 72601
Phone: (870) 741-7676
Fax: (870) 741-0827
In these winding underground pathways you can see soaring cavern walls reflecting every color of the rainbow, delicate crytals, towering formations and columns, waterfalls and streams, and much more.
Their collection includes over 73,000 items.
Located in northern Arkansas, it was the first river to be designated as a National River. It runs more than 150 miles (241 kilometers), and most of it is within boundaries of the National Park Service. Advanced canoeing and kayaking happens on a part of the river, and certain parts offer extreme whitewater trails. The upper section of the river has dramatic topography including whitewater rapids, waterfalls, caves, springs and sink holes. It is a popular destination for camping, fishing and canoeing.