Mulberry Valley Falls / Wye Mountain Daffodils / Little Red Trout Fishing / Natural Bridge of Arkansas
In a remote area of the Ozark National Forest between Cass and Oark, along Mulberry Valley and the Mulberry River…is Mulberry Valley Falls – a spectacular three-tier waterfall hidden in the wilderness, and can only be reached by way of bushwhacking. Every spring, folks from all over make their annual pilgrimage to Wye Mountain northwest of Little Rock to view seven acres of more than thirty varieties of daffodils. The Little Red River in Heber Springs is a world-class trout stream where fly-fishing for rainbow trout is therapy for the soul. The Natural Bridge of Arkansas north of Clinton is a rock arch wonder that spans 105 feet and is more than three million years old.
Secrets of the Dead "The Real Trojan Horse" Tuesday, October 13, 2015 8:00 pm
Discover new archeological evidence that suggests Troy and the Trojan War may be more than myth. If the legendary siege… LEARN MORE.