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U.S. Hwy 63 is the primary corridor into the town. Thayer is the southernmost point of Scenic Highway 19 which travels through national forests and crosses several scenic rivers.
Thayer has a small airport.
- Grand Gulf State Park. Is a collapsed cave system exposing a great example of the karst systems underlying the Ozark region. Walk through a natural bridge and into the mouth of a cave that serves as the gulf's drain system toward an underground river that arises at Mammoth Spring in nearby Arkansas.
- Warm Fork of the Spring River is a lesser known Ozark stream that provides opportunities for fishing, swimming, and floating w/o the crowds downstream when it joins the Mammoth Spring spring branch in Arkansas and forms the popular Spring River.
- Fin and Fur offers a large assortment of hunting, fishing, camping supplies, and apparel.
- Shop flea markets.
- The Country Cottage, 720 Missouri 19, ☏ . Locally owned old-fashioned food.
- The Beverage Shoppe, US Hwy 63, ☏ . Locally owned package store providing all your float trip and hunting camp needs.
- Mammoth Spring Lodge Motel, U.S. 63 South, ☏ . Accommodations near Mammoth Spring, Arkansas
- Riverview Motel, 423 U.S. 63, ☏ . Accommodations overlooking Spring River in Mammoth Spring, Arkansas.
|Routes through Thayer|
|Jefferson City ← West Plains ←||N S||→ Mammoth Spring → Jonesboro|
|Cuba ← Alton ←||N S||→ END|