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Exploring Arkansas October 2017


It's not only a great place to camp, but also to swim - the Ozark Campground and swimming hole along the Buffalo National River north of Jasper. A beekeeper near Greenbrier shows the perks and benefits of having your own beehives - the taste of raw honey that can't be beat. The Ozark Hellbender Salamander, which is on the endangered species list, survives in only a few streams in Missouri and Arkansas - one of them is the Eleven Point River in Randolph County. Known simply as the "silver bridge" - this historic 1912 landmark north of Mulberry, along the Mulberry River has been a popular swimming hole with many generations.