The former historic theme park, Dogpatch U.S.A. is a wonderland of opportunity. With a perpetual 4000 gpm spring of cold water that feeds its trout farm and fortified multiple lakes, a grist mill and the magnificent Marble Falls, the Mill Creek headwater spring is a continual source of water to the nearby Buffalo River and National Park 3 mi away. The 400+ acre property in Marble Falls, Arkansas in Newton County continues to retain several historic, wildlife and commercial opportunities for an astute investor. Several acres of parking once provided access to the 10,000 daily visitors that enjoyed multiple cabins, lakes, creeks and springs on this mixed use recreational, commercial, development property and is awaiting it’s next big adventure.
The area provides ample wildlife including Elk, Whitetail Deer, Turkey, small game like rabbit & squirrel, with freshwater fishing for stocked trout & small mouth bass. Commercial opportunities for campsites with hand hewn historic outbuildings, potential whitewater parks, hiking trails, and Ecotourism sites are exponentially available for investors with vision that are willing to capitalize on the nature and beauty of the Ozarks.
Property enjoys road frontage on Arkansas famous scenic byway Hwy 7 and 922,000 traffic count yearly average running next to it and 7,665,000 average annual commuters on Hwy 65 only 7 miles away and only 43 miles south of Branson MO. The opportunity for attraction in some fashion has extraordinarily increased from that hay-day when Lil’ Abner and Daisy Mae were strolling the grounds of Dogpatch U.S.A. in the placid but bustling Marble Falls, Arkansas. Multiple opportunities on the 15 acres of paved parking await for arts & crafts/concerts/etc at the “top” of the property while the potential for whitewater rafting, kayaking, ecotourism, rentals or multitudes of other possibilities exist in the traditional Marble Falls area. Utilities at site.
The former Dogpatch property, spring creek, buildings, lakes, and buildings are valued to sell quickly.
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Outbuilding multiple cabins