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Mountain Village 1890, Bull Shoals, Arkansas
An Authentically Restored Ozark Town at Bull Shoals, Arkansas

Mountain Village 1890 is currently undergoing renovations and will be closed to the public until completed. However Bull Shoals Caverns will continue to operate and welcome all visitors!



 

 

Entrance to Mountain Village 1890 and Bull Shoals CavernsMountain Village 1890, an historic re-creation of an Ozark settlement, is a living tribute to the pioneers who first settled this remote part of the country. These were hardy men and women who followed the trails into our mountains from the Carolinas, Virginia, Tennessee and Georgia. The village is a Bull Shoals, Arkansas, attraction that draws families, particularly those interested in local or living history, from across the United States.

The Jordan House

     Located near Bull Shoals Lake and the White River, whose waters entice trout and bass fishermen nationwide, the village was initially opened in 1960 and, along with Bull Shoals Caverns, is a popular tourist attraction. Besides tourists, the park has been visited by many area children on school trips to see examples of how their ancestors lived not so very long ago.

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Three Attractions, One Location

Mountain Village 1890
Bull Shoals Caverns
1011 C. S. Woods Boulevard
P. O. Box 444
Bull Shoals, Arkansas 72619
Phone: (870) 445-7177
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Mountain Village 1890
Bull Shoals Caverns
URL: www.1890village.com
E-mail: living@1890village.com
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Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism