Arkansas has a moderate climate with four seasons. With thousands of miles of streams and nearly a thousand square miles of lakes, Arkansas is a freshwater fisherman’s dream. If you’re not into fishing, Arkansas has an abundance of deer, bears and elk for hunting. Bordering five states with distinctive geography, Arkansas has both highlands to the northwest and lowlands to the southeast. The highlands are home to the Ozark Mountains, with scenic views and a wide array of plants and wildlife. The lowlands are part of the Gulf Coastal Plain, shared with its neighbor Louisiana, and feature bayous and marsh wetlands.
Located in the heart of the Ozarks and the foothills of the Boston Mountain, Carroll County
hosts some of the most unique gems of The Natural State. Quaint towns, rustic landscapes, and
family oriented living create a delightful atmosphere.
Less than an hour away, Bentonville, Rogers, Springdale and Fayetteville have many attractions
typically found only in metropolitan areas.
Enriched in the arts and natural wonders that can entice the interests of the young and young-
at-heart alike, Beaver Lake, Table Rock Lake, and the Kings River allow great opportunities for
the avid outdoorsmen or weekend recreationalist. Carroll County provides some of the best in
boating, water skiing, canoeing, and fishing habitats in the state.