Izard County is great for those who want to live off of nature and be close to the boondocks. The forest, wildlife and wildlife areas that lie within the county will perk up even the most settled city goer’s senses.
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These wilderness spots are places of beauty and peace. Beginner campers and nature lovers will appreciate being able to spend time in such natural splendor. The location of the boundaries makes this county a perfect place to set up a new wooded home and truly be off the grid. Izard County is located in the south-central part of the state and is crisscrossed by a series of streams, rivers and creeks.It stretches from the Ozark Plateau in the north to the Arkansas River Valley in the south. In addition to its lakes, rivers, streams and creeks, one of its notable features is that it has about 30% more land devoted to forest than any of the other counties in Arkansas. There are several dozen different types of trees found in Izard County, with some being less common than others. For instance, there are relatively few oak trees and uncommon varieties such as white ash and elm trees grow here.Newton County lies just to the south, Garland County to the west and Sharp County to the north with Stone County bordering on its west end. Located in the northeastern part of Arkansas, Izard County is home to thirty–seven cities including several small towns such as Mena, Ravenden Springs and Elkins. Mena is the largest city in Izard County and is also considered a gateway city for those entering into NE Arkansas. Bible Belt cities dot this area including Batesville which has several large churches for residents that want to attend worship services on Sunday mornings. It should be noted that there are quite a few hotels located in Izard County if one wants a get away vacation that is more relaxing than a rustic getaway. Hotels in Mena, Ravenden Springs and Elkins are prime examples of mainstream lodging spots in the county. Many of these hotels also provide low cost travel for those looking for inexpensive places to visit. The county is home to a few quaint and charming bed and breakfasts as well. This is great for those who want to do more than what most people do when traveling. Travel outside of your comfort zone and experience something new and exciting by staying in such places. Highway 63, also known as the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Expressway, runs through the central part of Izard County connecting it to all surrounding cities as well as cities located in adjacent counties so that tourists or vacationers will have plenty of opportunities to venture out and explore new areas while they are away from home visiting. There are many hunting clubs, clubs and organizations within this county.