Harrison, Arkansas: Limestone Bluffs of the Ozarks near Buffalo River and Branson
1929 Hotel Seville is located in the heart of Harrison, which puts you within walking distance of the town’s historical shopping district on the Courtsquare and the 1909 Boone County Courthouse. Enjoy The Farmers’ Market on Tuesday and Saturday during the growing season. Stop into Boone County Heritage Museum to find exhibits on bank robber Henry Starr, the railroad and Civil War veterans.
A short walk from 1929 Hotel Seville is a 3 mile paved walking trail that travels along Crooked Creek, Lake Harrison, the Weir Dam at Lake Harrison, a childrens playground and the Soccer Complex. The trails around Lake Harrison are excellent for walking, jogging, or biking.
Harrison is located in the Ozarks, a scenic plateau that encompasses southern Missouri, northern Arkansas, and bits of Oklahoma and Kansas. The area’s trademark towering limestone bluffs are on display at the nearby Buffalo National River Park. Head here to hike on hundreds of miles of trails or canoe the scenic Buffalo River, America’s first National River.
Hurricane River Cave and Mystic Caverns are both located nearby Harrison and offer opportunities to explore underground wonderlands with either guided tours or the more extreme wild cave tours. Both caves are cool year around, which is a particular bonus in the Summer and early Fall.
Thousands of motorcycle riders visit the Harrison area each year to explore the many curves and twists of the Ozark Mountains. The Ozarks and Harrison are quickly becoming one of the most popular destinations for motorcycle riding in the United States. Hotel Seville’s covered parking garage offers a special feature for motorcyclists after an exhilarating day of navigating those curvy mountain roads.