to Clarksville, Arkansas located in the heart
of the Arkansas River Valley in Johnson County.
Clarksville is located near thousands of acres of
national forest land and is just a short distance
from the Arkansas River. It is nestled along the
Spadra Creek between the foothills of the Ozark
Mountains and the Arkansas River. Clarksville is
a gateway to scenic Highway 21 and the Ozark
Highlands National Scenic Byway, which leads
through the Ozark national Forest to Eureka Springs
and famous Branson, Missouri and Silver Dollar City
amusement park. Also, just a hop, skip and a jump a
way are luxurious Hot Springs, Arkansas and Greers
Ferry Lake known for its trout fishing.
Clarksville's location makes it a perfect paradise
for the outdoorsman. Johnson County has some of
the finest and most diverse scenic beauty and
recreational facilities in the state.
Recreational opportunities are endless. Hunters can
enjoy a vast supply of wildlife including deer,
wild turkey, ducks, squirrels, and the occasional
bear or elk to name a few. Hikers and bikers may
enjoy the Spadra Nature Trail located in downtown
Clarksville. Water enthusiasts may take pleasure in
all of the lakes and streams whether you enjoy
fishing, boating, water skiing, picnicking or
Ozark National Forest Campsites
Creek Falls, located 14 mile north from
Hagarville features a small mountain stream with
beautiful falls, rocks and bluffs. This is an
outdoor photographers dream. Facilities are open
Creek, stretches 50 miles from the Dardanelle
Lock and Dam to the Ozark-Taylor Lock and Dam.
Several hundred feet of shoreline make this a
perfect location for fishing and camping.
Lake, 98 acre mountain lake with 10 family
units. Facilities include flush restrooms,
bathouse with showers , picnicking units,
children's playground, and a boat ramp. Also,
available is the 3 mile long Horsehead hiking
trail perfect for short day hikes.
Ludwig, located just 8 miles north of
Clarksville features a covered picnic pavilion,
bat launching facilities, fishing, picnicking,
and more. No camping.
Bay, features 90 RV/tent sites with electricity,
boat ramp, restrooms, picnic sites,
amphitheater, swimming beach and playground.
2 miles south of Clarksville. Facilities include
35 RV/tent sites with electricity, boat dock and
ramp, pedal boats, restaurant, and more.
Recreation Area, adjacent to the Mulberry River
canoe ramp access. There are several primitive
camping sites available and it is very popular
for you outdoorsman Clarksville is home to the
Nite-Lite outdoors retail center and a shooting
MEET THE FOLKS READY TO SERVE YOU,
Not the outdoors type? That's okay!!! We still have
something for everybody. Johnson County is home to
4 rodeo arenas including Hurley's indoor area, a
bowling alley, movie theatre, 9-hole golf course,
and a city swimming pool.
For the sports lover Johnson County offers the
Marvin L. Vinson Multi-Purpose Building
which has something for the entire family.
Activities include 2 full size basketball courts,
volleyball, shuffleboard, an indoor walking track,
and a computer lab. Also, depending on the season
you can catch our local university teams in action
including men's and women's basketball, baseball,
softball, men's and women's soccer, and tennis.
Catch a game and cheer on your favorite University
of the Ozarks player.
Clarksville is home to the Johnson County Peach
Festival. It all began in 1938 and is now the
oldest outdoor festival in the state. Come join us
the third week of July for family fun and
entertainment. Festival activities include a street
dance, frog jump contest, terrapin derby, greased
pig chase, diaper derby, peach eating contest,
cobbler, jam, and jelly bake-off, handmade arts and
crafts, concession vendors, fiddlers contest,
4-mile run, ice cream social, bass tournament,
horseshoe pitching, peach pit spitting contest, and
the Miss Arkansas Valley, Miss Teen Arkansas
Valley, Queen Elberta, and Princess Elberta
Did you know that Arkansas is the oldest and
largest grape juice and wine producing state in the
southern United State? Altus, Arkansas has been
producing wine since the 1800s. When prohibition
came around, the wineries were less profitable but
grapes were still grown and many varieties were
created right here in Arkansas including the
Cynthiana variety that was specially developed by
botanists at the University of Little Rock.
There are 5 wineries in the state of Arkansas and
they are all located in Johnson County's
neighboring counties. 2 of the 5, Wiederkehr Wine
Cellars and Post Familie Vineyard in Altus are the
top producing wineries in the United States. See
how we compare with Napa Valley!!!
It doesn't matter if you are a first time buyer or
just thinking of relocating let Clarksville
Realty help YOU!! We can help you save time and
money by searching for properties located in the
counties of Johnson, Logan, Pope, Newton and all
area surrounding the River Valley. We offer a large
selection of residential properties, lots and land,
commercial property, farms, lakefront property and
waterfront homes. As an added bonus Arkansas has
some of the lowest property tax rates in the
Johnson County is a wonderful place for children to
grow, adults to live, and retirees to enjoy.
Whatever the season of your life, Johnson County
offers the best for every season.
Realty serves the Arkansas River Valley
community with a group of courteous hard
working professional real estate agents. We
know the important decisions you will be facing in
the purchase or selling of a home. We are ready
to serve you.