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38 Acres of Beautiful Ozark Mountain land, gently rolling hills with pond, several great level building sites, county road frontage, with electric and water on the property. Property is located very close to the Buffalo National River near Erie. Located between Harrison and Jasper west of Highway 7,
38 Acres of Ozark Mountain Paradise !
Newton County’s title ~ "Elk Capital of Arkansas."
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38 Acres of Beautiful Ozark Mountain land, gently rolling hills with pond, some great level building sites, county road frontage, with electric and water on the property. Property is located very close to the Buffalo National River near Erbie Campgorund. Located between Harrison and Jasper west of Highway 7, Has not been logged in 20+ years.
OVERVIEW OF ERBIE CAMPGROUND: The Erbie Campground is one of the best camping locations on the Buffalo National River. It is situated a few miles south of Jasper off Highway 7, adding the access road to the drive Jasper is about a 20 minute drive. The location is very near many great hiking trails. The trail to Goat Bluff, Cecil Cove Trail, the Buffalo River Trail, and just up Old Erbie Road, the Bench Trail. There are also many other destinations in the park. The Parker-Hickman homestead (a popular photographic subject), Cove Spring, and the Koen Interpretive Center. In addition to the formal trails, there are many old logging roads. This campground is spread over a fairly large area providing outstanding privacy for different categories of campers.
Buffalo National River Online: source
Scenic and quaint are two words that well describe Jasper. Located in Newton County, the small town is surrounded by the natural beauty where the nation's first national river, the Buffalo, begins to flow. More than one third of the county is owned by some government entity (National Park Service, U.S.D.A. Forest Service, State of Arkansas and county government). The area is packed with outdoor opportunities like hiking, canoeing, caving, rock climbing, fishing, hunting, mountain biking and horseback riding. A herd of about 450 elk roam the Buffalo River corridor at Boxley Valley, Steel Creek, Kyle's Landing, Erbie, Ozark, Pruitt, and even on private lands, and Newton County is known as the Elk Capital of Arkansas. This quaint Ozark Mountain town was named by American Cowboy magazine as one of their "Five Spots for Family Reunions" (September 2012).
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