Gateway to the Blue Mountain Recreational Area
The highest point between the Rocky Mountains and the Appalachian Mountains and in Arkansas at 2,753 feet, loved by rock climbers, and hikers. Mt. Magazine has a visitor center with museum, a beautiful lodge with indoor pool, great food, and several cabins. A favorite destination for explorers. Mount Magazine is also home to one of only two hang glider launch sites in Arkansas with a minimum required rating and special skills P3/H3 and accompanied by an advanced pilot P4/H4. All flyers MUST register at the Visitor Center prior to flight. Proof of current USHPA membership, rating, and photo ID are required.
Gateway to the Blue Mountain Recreational Area and home of Jack Creek Recreational Area, there are many campground and recreation areas to choose from, all within a short drive from Booneville. Whether you enjoy tent camping or are looking for a place to park your RV, you can easily find a beautiful spot with a variety of amenities, or none at all.
Booneville is home to Rock Creek Racing and Recreation Off Road Park, and South Logan County has some of the most popular ATV and UTV trails in Arkansas. Great fun for jeeps, side-by-sides and rock crawlers.
Just a short drive from Booneville, the Arkansas Game & Fish maintains several Wildlife Management Areas that are popular destinations for game hunters. There are many steams, rivers, and lakes that are popular for sport fishing, from land or boat.
Booneville is home to Cherokee Creek Golf Club, featuring 18 holes over 6,110 yards with a par of 72. We have beautiful city parks that feature basketball and tennis courts, playground and picnic areas, seasonal outdoor swimming pool, and disc golf. Our Veteran's Park pays tribute to all those who have served in the armed forces, and features a stocked creek, perfect for enjoying a quiet afternoon.
“I believe in our future, and I believe progress is possible with hard work and a vision for improvement. I will work hard to make our hometown a better place.”
Mayor Edgar Baker
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Photographer and small business owner at Stacy Holbert PhotoArt, Head of the City Parks Planning Committee.
Lifelong resident of Booneville, licensed attorney and retired judge.
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