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All lodging facilities have views of the Petit Jean River Valley and Blue Mountain Lake below.Located atop the highest point in Arkansas at 2,753 feet, the park offers hang gliding, rappelling, rock climbing, horseback riding, camping and hiking.The 1862 Battle of Prairie Grove was the last time two armies of almost equal strength faced each other for supremacy in northwest Arkansas.When the Confederate Army withdrew, it was clear Missouri and northwest Arkansas would remain in Federal hands. Lions, cougars, tigers, leopards, bears and other wildlife are displayed in large natural habitats surrounding the main compound enclosures and gift shop.A rare Frank Lloyd Wright structure, the Bachman Wilson House, has been disassembled at its New Jersey location to be reconstructed on museum grounds..The Great Passion Play has been viewed by more than 7.7 million people since it opened in 1968 and continues to draw crowds.

Bass Reeves Statue: A 25-foot work of art honors the illustrious lawman, believed to be the first black U. has high quality arts and crafts, always hand-made.

devoted to the preservation of Southern mountain folkways and music.

It showcases furniture making, quilting, blacksmithing, tintype photography, woodcarving and other crafts.

Since beginning in 1969, the festival has steadily grown in size and reputation.

All proceeds benefit the Village Art Club scholarship program, children's art programs, continuing education for artists/artisans, and festival partners. Lighted walkways lead to stunning formations and massive rooms, one as large as six football fields. Nearby, Blanchard Springs Recreational Use Area provides scenic campgrounds, picnic areas, hiking trails, natural spring and trout lake.

Bass Reeves Statue: A 25-foot work of art honors the illustrious lawman, believed to be the first black U. has high quality arts and crafts, always hand-made.

devoted to the preservation of Southern mountain folkways and music.

It showcases furniture making, quilting, blacksmithing, tintype photography, woodcarving and other crafts.

Since beginning in 1969, the festival has steadily grown in size and reputation.

All proceeds benefit the Village Art Club scholarship program, children's art programs, continuing education for artists/artisans, and festival partners. Lighted walkways lead to stunning formations and massive rooms, one as large as six football fields. Nearby, Blanchard Springs Recreational Use Area provides scenic campgrounds, picnic areas, hiking trails, natural spring and trout lake.

Arkansas Scenic 7 Byway: Scenic 7 runs from the Louisiana border to Bull Shoals Lake near the Missouri state line, passing through both Ouachita and Ozark Mountains.