Residential Lot in Fairfield Bay, Arkansas
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Welcome to your dream residential lot in Fairfield Bay, Arkansas, nestled near the tranquil shores of Greer's Ferry Lake, within the idyllic Lakewood Subdivision, and part of the esteemed Fairfield Bay School District. This enchanting property is a nature lover's paradise, as it is surrounded by lush, verdant woodlands, offering a serene and peaceful retreat. As you approach this lot, you'll be captivated by the natural beauty that surrounds you. The proximity to Greer's Ferry Lake is undoubtedly one of the most exceptional features of this property. Whether you're an avid fisherman, a boating enthusiast, or simply enjoy leisurely strolls along the shoreline, you'll have access to the lake's sparkling waters and breathtaking vistas. The lake serves as a playground for water-based activities and provides unforgettable moments to share with friends and family. Located within the Lakewood Subdivision, this residential lot is part of a well-planned community with carefully designed homes and amenities. The subdivision fosters a friendly atmosphere, where neighbors become friends, and a strong sense of community prevails. For families with children, the Fairfield Bay School District offers top-notch education, ensuring your kids receive an excellent academic foundation in a nurturing environment. Imagine waking up to the gentle sounds of birds chirping and the rustling of leaves as sunlight filters through the trees. Your days here will be filled with the harmony of nature, creating an ideal environment for relaxation and contemplation. Evenings are an invitation to enjoy the starry skies, a sight rarely seen in bustling urban centers. Whether you're planning to build your forever home or seeking a vacation retreat, this lot in Fairfield Bay provides a picturesque canvas on which to build your dreams. This is more than just a piece of land; it's an opportunity to experience a harmonious and balanced life in one of Arkansas' most beautiful locations.
Directions: From Highway 16 go North on Ashbrook Rd, 4th property on the left past Ashbrook Circle
Van Buren County is a county located in the U.S. state of Arkansas. The county seat is Clinton. The county was formed on November 11, 1833, and named for Martin Van Buren, President of the United States, who was Vice President at the time of the county's formation.
As of the 2010 census, the population was 17,295
Van Buren County, Arkansas gets 50 inches of rain, on average, per year. The US average is 39 inches of rain per year.
Van Buren County averages 3 inches of snow per year. The US average is 26 inches of snow per year.
On average, there are 219 sunny days per year in Van Buren County. The US average is 205 sunny days.
Summer High: the July high is around 90 degrees
Winter Low: the January low is 26
Van Buren County has 6 school districts
Searcy Country School District
Ozark Health is a locally owned and operated health system. We specialize in providing inpatient and outpatient hospital services, long-term care & home health services. To provide the best to our community, our team of healthcare professionals are guided by the Ozark Health Mission and Values.
MISSION – "Always provide outstanding healthcare"
VALUES – (I RESPECT) Integrity, Respect, Excellence, Service, Professionalism, Education, Compassion and Teamwork
It is an honor to serve our community. We look forward to being able to assist you with your healthcare needs.
Petit Jean Electric Cooperative's mission is to provide reliable and quality electric. service at fair and competitive prices. We provide leadership within local communities to facilitate positive growth within our service area.
ARTELCO™ is a family owned and operated broadband and telecommunications company. While it started as a telephone company in 1908 in Clinton, Arkansas, today ARTELCO™ provides high-speed internet, voice and data services over a cutting-edge fiber network to homes and businesses in all of Van Buren County and parts of Cleburne, Conway, and Pope Counties. Since its inception, ARTELCO™ has been committed to delivering the most advanced technology available to its customers, and that commitment continues today. ARTELCO™ is currently investing in the community through a multi-year plan to build out a state-of-the-art fiber-optic network to homes and businesses in its service area. ARTELCO™’s fiber-optic broadband services will ensure that its customers stay connected to an ever-changing world.
The closest airports are:
Springfield- Branson National Airport (147 Miles),
Memphis International Airport (160 Miles),
Little Rock- Clinton National Airport (155 miles),
Lambert-St. Louis International Airport (236 miles).
Ozark Regional Airport (6 miles).
Closest large Cities
Mountain Home has been named one of the best places to retire in America by Rand McNally and AARP. Whether moving to raise a family, or to enjoy the golden years, Mountain Home is a welcoming community with much to offer. Our serene setting in the Ozark Mountains gives the perfect backdrop for enjoying life at a slower pace. Not only is Mountain Home rated as one of the best retirement cities, it has also been rated as one of the best places to fish by Field and Stream and to enjoy outdoor sporting by Outdoor Life. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 12,448.
Mountain Home is located in northern Arkansas. It is the center of the Twin Lakes area, with Norfork Lake 15 minutes to the east and Bull Shoals Lake 20 minutes to the northwest. It is located within the Ozarks mountain range, in the Salem Plateau region.
The city is located within 15 to 20 minutes of three rivers: the Buffalo National River, the White River and the North Fork River, which features the world-renowned Norfork Tailwater. These make the Mountain Home area one of the nation's top freshwater fishing destinations. Some creeks in the area with fishing access are Fall Creek, Dodd Creek, and Hicks Creek, with Fall Creek being the largest.
The capital of Arkansas, is a city on the Arkansas River. It was incorporated on November 7, 1831, on the south bank of the Arkansas River close to the state's geographic center. The city derives its name from a rock formation along the river, named the "Little Rock" . The city's population was 198,541 in 2016 according to the United States Census Bureau. Little Rock is a cultural, economic, government, and transportation center within Arkansas and the South. Several cultural institutions are in Little Rock, such as the Arkansas Arts Center, the Arkansas Repertory Theatre, and the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, in addition to the hiking, boating, and other outdoor recreational opportunities. Little Rock's history is available through history museums, historic districts or neighborhoods like the Quapaw Quarter, and historic sites such as Little Rock Central High School. The city is the headquarters of Dillard's, Windstream Communications, Acxiom, Stephens Inc., University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Heifer International, the Clinton Foundation, the Rose Law Firm, and Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield. Other large corporations, such as Dassault Falcon Jet and LM Wind Power have large operations in the city. State government is a large employer, with many offices being in downtown Little Rock. Two major Interstate highways, Interstate 30 and Interstate 40, meet in Little Rock, with the Port of Little Rock serving as a shipping hub.
Jonesboro, one of the state's most progressive cities, was established in 1859 among the rolling hills of Crowley's Ridge in northeast Arkansas. Downtown is filled with gift shops, restaurants, art galleries, a day spa and an active civic center called the Forum. Arkansas State University offers one of the mid-South's finest museums, a fine arts center and an indoor sports/entertainment complex. The Forrest L . Wood Crowley's Ridge Nature Center provides an interesting tour of the natural wonders of the region, plus serves as a stop along Crowley's Ridge National Scenic Byway.
Memphis is a pilgrimage for those wanting to visit the birthplace of the blues, of soul and of rock 'n' roll. On Beale Street, W.C. Handy put down on paper the first written blues music. Elvis, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash all recorded at the historic Sun Records, which is now a museum. Graceland, the second most-visited home in America, welcomes visitors from around the world who yearn for a peek into the life of "the King." Beyond the music, Tennessee's largest city also offers much more. It has more sunny days each year than Miami, and combines southern tradition and hospitality with modern amenities. You'll enjoy great dining (be sure to sample the barbecued ribs), art galleries and exciting nightlife.
With more than 440,000 people in the metro area, Springfield is where the rolling hills of the Ozarks plateau form a surprisingly modern and green city.
A “big, small town,” Springfield offers a great blend of fascinating attractions, historical treasures, sports excitement and cultural and leisure activities in a welcoming environment.The city offers 102 parks, including a linear trail system that integrates with the city’s growing on-street bike route system; an airport; an art museum; a zoo; the Springfield Lasers professional tennis team; the Springfield Cardinals minor-league baseball team and is home to Bass Pro Shops, Missouri State University, Drury and Evangel universities and the Assemblies of God USA.
While visiting you can: attend star-studded performances at Branson’s many live shows; enjoy Silver Dollar City, one of the world's top theme parks; take in the beauty and adventure of the Ozark Mountains and three pristine lakes; play some of the best golf in the Midwest; visit museums highlighting the area’s rich history and culture; relax at spas and resorts; and shop at Branson’s many boutiques, galleries and outlets.
Things To Do
This trail begins by taking the steps down on the left side of the Old Log Cabin and returns on the right side. This path leads to Indian Rock House where De Soto visited the Indians in 1542 while seeking the Fountain of youth. The path continues along the Indian Hills Golf Course, rising and returning along beautiful bluffs. Scenery, boulders and coves can be explored and enjoyed by all ages. 3/4 mile; Moderate Trail
Hidden away in the scenic beauty of the Ozarks, this 100 - ft. Sandstone formation was millions of years in the making. The stone archway was actually used as a bridge during pioneer days. Facilities include a log cabin museum and gift shop. Open mid-march through October.
An old Missouri & North Arkansas Railroad bridge remains in Shirley, Arkansas, abandoned by M&NA in the 1940s. It's very narrow, but road crews have put down a layer of concrete on the bridge, so it's easy to drive on. The bridge crosses the Little Red River..
The Greers Ferry Lake and Little Red river area of Arkansas offers exceptional opportunities to explore the great out-of-doors. Whether your tastes run to fishing, boating and other fun on the water or golfing, hiking, biking and hunting, this is a place where you can do it all. Our playground
extends from the Ozark foothills to the edge of the delta.
Here, you can cast for bass or trout one day and hit the duck blinds the next. In season, of course. This is one of the few places in the country where it’s possible to fish for largemouth bass, white bass hybrids, walleye and trout all in the same day. Yes, that’s pushing it, but it is possible for the adventurous and energetic angler.
But, there’s no rush. Take it easy. Relax and fish to your heart’s content. You might even land a trophy if you fish long enough. After all, Greers Ferry Lake still holds the world record for walleye and hybrid striper. And that big old German brown trout caught on the Little Red River held the record for nearly twenty years.
Splash and swim in sun-kissed Greers Ferry Lake. There’s lots of room to ski and make waves. Boaters, sail boaters, water-skiers, house boaters, scuba divers and the party barge folks all get along because they seldom cross paths in this 40,000-acre expanse of sparkling clear water. And, all around the lake are resorts, bed-and-breakfast inns, marinas, shopping and woodsy green spaces for camping and hiking.
a 22,0000 Acre lake located in Mountain Home, Arkansas. Home to a variety of fresh water game fish. Norfork Lake has more than 550 miles of shoreline and covers some 22,000 acres. There are 19 developed U.S. Army Corps of Engineers parks that provide plenty of opportunities for camping and for water sports. Boating, water skiing, ping and swimming are all extremely popular on the lake. Commercial docks on the lake have boats, motors, guides and equipment for ping. In addition to parks for camping, there are many resorts offering accommodations, some with private docks, swimming pools and other recreational amenities.
The largest lake in Arkansas. Covers over 94,000 acres. Known for bass fishing, water sports, boating, swimming, and camping.
Enjoy beautiful views of the lake and its tail water from the scenic overlook. Tour the dam and powerhouse for a look at the mighty water-driven turbines used to create electrical power.
The Buffalo National River is the jewel of the Arkansas Ozark Mountains. It is located only in Arkansas and was the first river whose entire length was designated as a National River in the United States. The Buffalo National River is more than 150 miles long and flows through four counties in the state before joining the White River in Marion County.
The White River runs approximately 720-miles throughout its journey through the great Ozark Mountains downward into the state of Arkansas's lower delta region. However, there is one part of the White River which is known internationally as it harbors some of the best trout fishing in the world. This famous section of the White River is located right here in the Ozarks near the Bull Shoals Dam.
In addition to trout, the White River is home to many varieties of catfish, bass, walleye, and sunfish. With the abundance and variety of fish, angler's come from all over to try out their hand at fly-fishing, spear fishing, or simply fishing from a johnboat.
Entering the world of the underground is always a thrilling experience.We hope this site help to showcase some of the wonderful and majestic sights you'll see. There are three different tours offered at the caverns; the Dripstone Trail, the Discovery Trail, the Discovery in the Dark Headlamp Tour and the caverns newest trail, the Wild Cave Tour. Led by knowledgeable Forest Service Guides, the tours wind through water-carved passages, including an underground river and the world's largest flowstone. Each trail is a little different in intensity and visitors should be aware of each trail they decide to take.