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The City of Jasper is located on the Little Buffalo River in Northwest Arkansas. It became the County Seat of Newton County in 1843 and, according to the 2010 census, has a population of 466.
The picturesque town is laid out around a court house square and has many historic buildings. Local residents boast about not having a single stop light in Jasper. The city is nestled in the heart of the Ozarks with easy access to a wide array of natural activities such as hiking, rock climbing, fishing, hunting, viewing wildlife such as the elk, turkeys, deer, etc. Photographers love the waterfalls, wild flowers, birds, and river scenes along the Buffalo.
We love the City of Jasper and we think that you will too.
From Southern Living-Nov. 2017
“Set in the Ozark Mountains, about 60 miles southeast of Eureka Springs, Jasper offers unique shops, the famous fare of the Ozark Cafe, and the Cliff House Inn & Restaurant, which has spectacular views of a natural wonder known as “Arkansas’ Grand Canyon.” Follow Scenic Byway 7 to the hiking trails and rustic cabins of the 1.2 million-acre Ozark National Forest. Or venture east to the Buffalo National River, the first in the country to be designated as a national river and a favorite of canoers, fishermen, kayakers, and any other adventurers who enjoy beautiful scenery.”- James T. Black, Typography By Martina Flor
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