Spring River Area Land For Sale By Owner
Affordable Arkansas Land with Financing available
wooded Ozark land for sale $6,500
Fronts on county maintained road - close to Spring River.
I have accepted an offer on this land!
land for sale with financing available $22,500
Close to the beautiful Spring River for fishing and floating.
Recreational paradise - cabin locations - hunting.
Video, pictures, plat, & aerial of property in listing
land for sale only $162/month $7,500
Great wooded property priced to sell.
I have accepted an offer on this land!
4.8 wooded acres
land for sale with financing $7,500
I have accepted a cash offer on this land!
Ozarks Land For Sale SOLD
The buyer of this property used the easy financing option to purchase this property direct from the owner.
+/-4.9 Acres Land For Sale SOLD
Beautiful Remote Ridge Top Property - NO FINANCING
You will need a 4WD or ATV to get to this property
Videos in listing
+/-5 Acres Affordable Land For Sale SOLD
NO Owner Financing. Cash sale only.
This tract is already sold but keeping watching SpringsRiverFalls.com for more great land!
Come visit the Quiet Riverside community of Mammoth Spring, Arkansas
Mammoth Spring (Not the plural Mammoth Springs) is home to Mammoth Spring State Park and the headwaters of the beautiful Spring River, an anglers paradise. The Spring River has long been visited by fly-fishermen and floaters with many articles being written about the cool clear waters and the variety of fish they hold, namely trout and walleye!
About Mammoth Spring - The Town
The city of Mammoth Spring is located in Fulton County, Arkansas approximately 20 miles north of Cherokee Village on the Missouri state line and adjacent the Spring River. Originally known as "Head of River", the Mammoth Spring area was settled in 1836 by farmers. In 1850, the spring was discovered by geologist David Dale Owen and the town soon began promoting it's natural wonder as a tourist attraction. The spring also at one time generated power for a mill and the Missouri-Arkansas Power Company. In 1957, the park at Mammoth Spring became a state park, which helped boost the local economy and protect it's great natural wonder.
The town has a population of about 1,200 friendly full-time residents and many visitors and tourist each year. While most come enjoy the camping, fishing, and floating fun, some come for the art galleries, antique shopping and a quiet get-a-way.
Even though it is a small town it has all the conveniences of doctors, dentists, libraries, modern hotels, fine and fast food restaurants, and entertainment. If you're looking to get away from it all, come visit us in Mammoth Spring!
About Mammoth Spring - The Spring and State Park
Mammoth Spring, Arkansas's largest spring and a National Natural Landmark, produces nine million gallons of chilly 58 degree water hourly. Emerging from the ground, near the Missouri border in north central Arkansas, it forms a scenic 10-acre lake and serves as the head waters for the Spring River providing plenty of fresh water year around.
The park facilities include an information center with exhibits on the area's rich history and natural resources, picnic sites, walking/jogging trail, ball field, children's playground, and a brand new covered pavilion for family reunions and large groups. The 1886 Frisco depot, at the park, will take you back to the early 1900s and just outside the train station you can take the guided Frisco caboose tour.
Along the walking path, around the lake, you can see remnants of the old mill and hydroelectric plant that reflect Mammoth Spring's history.
Next door to the park is the Mammoth Spring National Fish Hatchery, the nation's leading producer of smallmouth bass (and also a source for largemouth and striped bass, walleye, channel catfish, and redband trout). Visitors can take a self-guided tour of the hatchery, and also view one of the nicest public aquariums in the region.
Located in the beautiful Ozark Mountains of Northeast Arkansas, Spring River Country is a well-kept secret. With our low crime rate, beautiful scenery, and slower lifestyle, you'll feel you've found paradise. Our area is a popular vacation and retirement destination with boating, canoeing, fishing, arts & crafts, antiques and many special interest clubs as sources of entertainment.