Ozark Folk Center State Park is dedicated to perpetuating the music, crafts, and culture of the Ozarks. Open mid-April to late-October, the park offers visitors an opportunity to watch artisans work, to stroll through the Heritage Herb Garden, and to hear live Southern Mountain music.
In the Craft Village more than twenty working artisans demonstrate, create, and sell handmade items. The Heritage Herb Garden is where old-time pass-along plants, medicinal herbs, native plants, and edible herbs are grown. Music is at the heart of this park. Fiddle, banjo, guitar, mandolin, dulcimer, and autoharp are just some of the instruments that combine to produce that enduring Ozark Mountain sound. The Cabins at Dry Creek offer beautiful cabins with suites available and amenities of home. You can enjoy Southern cooking in the Skillet Restaurant and Loco Ropes offers a challenging ropes course and zip line!
1032 Park Avenue, Mountain View, Arkansas