Located just a mile from downtown Mountain View, Arkansas, the Ozark Folk Center is the world’s only state park dedicated to keeping the music and crafts of the Ozarks alive. The park offers visitors a chance to connect with the natural beauty of the Ozarks while experiencing live music and craft demonstrations in over 20 artisan shops. Their award-winning Skillet Restaurant and Cabins at Dry Creek make it a destination for thousands of visitors to the “Folk Music Capital” of Mountain View each year.Operating hours for the Craft Village are 10:00 - 5:00 every Tuesday through Saturday. Ozark HighlandsTheater, the park’s 1000-seat music venue, hosts nightly music shows from 6:00- 9:00 every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. The Ozark Folk Center is open seven months a year from mid-April to November. [See website for details.]
For more info about the Skillet Restaurant, Craft Village, Heritage HerbGardens, Ozark Highlands Theater, or The Cabins at Dry Creek, visit OzarkFolkCenter.com.
If you need a ride from downtown Mountain View, the park offers free shuttle rides from the court square every Thursday, Friday,and Saturday during the season. Their bus stop is located at the intersection of Peabody Ave. and E Washington St. (across from the Wildflower Bed & Breakfast) and is marked with a sign. Pick-up are times are at 10:00, 1:30, and 6:00 with returning shuttles at 1:20, 5:00, and 9:15.1032 Park Ave. Mountain View, AR 72560Phone: 870-269-3851Fax: 870-269-2909OzarkFolkCenter.comOzarkFolkCenter.Ticketleap.com”
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