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Wilburn is a small community in Cleburne County that's about nine miles east of Heber Springs. This region has some recreational areas that allow you to bring your leashed pets. For your pup's health care needs, there are three veterinary clinics in Heber Springs.
You'll find a furrific recreational area just 11 miles west of here on Greers Ferry Lake. Head to John F. Kennedy Park to go camping, view the Memorial Overlook, and enjoy some hiking in the mixed forest. Keep your pal on a cord and make sure you collect their waste.
Enjoy a hike in nature with your leashed pooch on the Mossy Bluff National Recreation Trail. As you walk along the 0.8-mile pathway, you'll have scenic views of the Little Red River and Greers Ferry Dam. You'll need to bring your own supplies, including water and waste bags.
In downtown Heber Springs, there's a facility where you and your pal can enjoy some green space together. Check out Spring Park on Frauenthal Street. There are picnic areas, athletic fields, and a playground here. Stroll around the grounds with your leashed canine companion and see the seven natural springs.
The town of Wilburn provides access to some pawtastic recreational opportunities in the area.
Heber Springs City Center is about nine miles west of Wilburn. In this community, you'll find an educational complex, some community parks, a commercial area, and residential streets. A fun place to visit in this neighborhood is the Ruland Junction Train Museum on 12th Street. On the outskirts of town, there's a pawtastic hiking area. Take your leashed pooch to Sugarloaf Mountain on Trailhead Road. Select from Summit Trail, the Tonawanda Trail, the Hidden Pond, or the Wildlife Trail. The pathways vary in length and level of difficulty. Bring plenty of water and some bags to pick up waste with you.
The neighborhood around Route 25 and Case Ford Road in Heber Springs is just 11 miles west of town. Here, you'll find a lakeside country club, a community center, vacation properties, and single-family homes. On the east side of this community, there's a furrific place to take your furry pal. Head to Dam Site Recreation Area to go boating, fishing, hiking, or camping. There are plenty of RV and tent sites here as well as access to Greers Ferry Lake. As long you have your pooch on a lead, they can enter designated parts of the facility. Make sure you scoop any droppings.
About 12 miles from town, in the Hopewell/West Pangburn neighborhood of Heber Springs, you'll find a pawesome spot to go camping with your four-footed friend. This rural community includes two small villages and some farms. Pack your camper and head to Wagon Circle RV Park by the Little Red River. There are campsites, a fishing dock, a playground, and open space on the property. Go fishing with your fur-baby, walk in the woods by the river, or relax by the campfire here. Smaller dogs that are on a cord or leash are welcome in the facility. Remember to remove your pet's waste.
The Greers Ferry Lake neighborhood of Heber Springs is about 15 miles west of town. In this area, there are residential developments, a marina, a country club, and a sports complex. Go walking or jogging with Spot on Sulphur Creek Trail. This half-mile paved pathway is a member of the National Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. There's a trailhead with a parking area on South 4th Street near the city cemetery. Cross the creek and walk through some tree-lined green space when you use the pathway. Pets that are on a lead as long as six feet can come with you for your outing.
Tumbling Shoals is about a 12-mile drive from Wilburn. Here, you'll find a few churches, some farms, and single-family homes. Head to the Flea Market and Trading Company stores off Heber Springs Road to shop for some good deals. For a getaway in nature, head to the Old Highway 25 Recreation Area. Walk along the sandy shore of Greers Ferry Lake with your special pal. This area includes family campsites with hookups, a picnic area, and a boat dock. Spend your day fishing or hiking with your fur-baby here. Remember to have a leash on your pup while you use this property.
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