Lake Forest Luxury Log Cabins
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Outdoor pool
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... common artistic feature. Thoughtful commentaries on selected pieces are available via an iPad loaded with photos, audio, and suggested tours. My biggest disappointment was that I missed the Andy Warhol exhibit by two days. I highly recommend this museum to anyone passing through NW Arkansas. My third stop was at the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History in Springdale. This is a regional museum and I was ...
... the Army Corps of Engineers built Beaver Dam, the fourth dam on the White River, in 1964 it flooded much of a very poor, rural area and changed the economy and lifestyles of many inhabitants. Many of the small towns grew rapidly and have identified different ways to adjust. Rogers is west of Beaver Lake and became a boomtown in 1880's when the railroad came. The downtown area has been restored to what it was originally. The Historical Museum has ...
... No one knows where so much water comes from. The area does lie on an old fault line and it is thought that some of the water could come from the Pacific northwest. The current owners of the spring and Heritage Center have created gardens - including a Native American Medicine Wheel - and steps down to the spring and a ramped walkway up. A good day for a long walk in the ...
Caught the 10:30 tram into Eureka Springs and headed to the Mud Street Expresso Café for breakfast – a comfortable little cellar with self-serve coffee, great omelets and garlic-infused grits. I spent the afternoon exploring Eureka Springs on three more of the walking tours. Each of the tours took me past Victorian ...
... it. The museum also sold a Walking Tours book filled with historical information. I started with Walk #8 – up the steep Spring Street into a bed-and-breakfast area and back down the hill. Exported shops and found a 60’s backpack in Granny’s Place – colorful, decorated with peace signs, fun. Plan on more walking tours ...