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There are a wide variety of attractions and activities just outside the Marshall city limits. The Searcy County Chamber of Commerce maintains a list of those attractions. For more information from the Chamber of Commerce CLICK HERE.

The Great Outdoors

Located in the heart of the Arkansas Ozarks, from here you can enjoy the world class Buffalo National River, explore hiking trials, find one of the largest Elk herds in mid America, relax in secluded cabins, and discover the fun of just "getting away".    

Ratchford Buffalo Farm

Open free to the public by appointment, Ratchford Buffalo Farm, gives the public a rear closeup view of these magnificent creatures. For more information, Click Here...

Scenic Overlook

Located on US Highway 65 one mile south of Marshall, this scenic overlook is a great place for a picnic, pictures or a view of the setting sun.  

Scenic Drives

Whether in a car or motorcycle, the area around Marshall has great scenic drives. For more information and a maps

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The O.G.T. & Adventure Bicycling

Searcy County is fast becoming the leader in Ozark Cycling. For a complete list of trails, camps,and accommodations

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Horseback Riding

The area around Marshall has historically been a center for trail rides. From the early 1950's trail ride from Marshall to Little Rock for the State Fair, to the current Horse Camps and trail system along the Buffalo National River, this is trail ride country.

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Hunting and Fishing

Searcy County is the home of some great hunting and fishing! Whitetail deer are the prime target for large game hunters, but Searcy County is blessed with hundreds of acres of forests filled with abundant wildlife. For public land hunting, there are parts of four Wildlife Management Areas, two National Forest areas and hunting is also allowed in the Buffalo National River Park. Elk Hunting Capital of Arkansas! This year’s Arkansas elk hunt was a record harvest! 54 out of 67 harvested elk came from Searcy County. Great place for black bear hunting! Wild turkey, rabbit, squirrel, bobwhite quail, dove, and various furbearers, coyote, and even wild hogs roam the county..