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Mountain Home is a city of 13,000 people (2019) in the southern Ozark Mountains of Arkansas near the northern state border with Missouri. It is the center of the Twin Lakes area, with Norfork Lake 15 minutes to the east and Bull Shoals Lake 20 minutes to the northwest.

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The closest large airports to Mountain Home are Springfield, MO and Little Rock; however, they are 2 and 3 hours away respectively. Around an hour away from Mountain Home is the Boone County Regional Airport, 2524 Airport Rd, Harrison, +1 870 741-6954. Boone County Regional Airport on Wikipedia

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  • A total solar eclipse on Monday 8 April 2024 starts at 1:53PM local time and lasts 3 min. Chances of a clear sky are 50%. The track of totality is northeast from Mexico over Texas to Texarkana then across Arkansas parallel to Hwys 30 and 67, then on into Missouri and Illinois.
  • Norfolk Tailwater.



  • Twin Lakes Thunder Rally. Held over 3 days in late October, there are vendors, games, live bands, beer garden, raffles; a bike, car & truck show; trick or treating, camping, and guided rides through the Twin Lakes area.





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Routes through Mountain Home
Rogers/SpringdaleFlippin  W  E  HardySikeston/Caruthersville
Lebanon ← becomes  N  S  Mountain ViewCabot
YellvilleBull Shoals  W  E  END

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