Top 7 Best Places To Visit in Magnolia, Arkansa

Lake Columbia #1

If you are looking for a great place to camp, Lake Columbia is an excellent choice. The lake is surrounded by a forest that is home to quail, turkey, and deer. And if you love fishing, Lake Columbia has three boat ramps and 21 full-service campsites for your enjoyment.

Magnolia Murals 

Those interested in donating or purchasing a Magnolia Mural will be pleased to know that it’s possible to support the nonprofit organization at an event hosted by the artist, Rochelle McMahen. The group is funded with a modest $4,500 in its bank account and is able to create or restore murals in any city or town 

Lois Gean’s 

The legendary Bakery and Cafe in McNeil has closed, a move that’s both a sad loss and a celebration of the legendary founder of the store. Lois Gean’s has become an iconic institution, and has featured in Southern Living, Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar.  

Steve’s Outdoor Sports 

If you are in the market for a new hunting rifle, you should try Steve’s Outdoor Sports. You’ll find everything from hunting supplies to fishing equipment at this store. I’ve used all of the products from this store to get my hunting license, and I recommend them highly. 

Hampton Inn Magnolia 

The Hampton Inn Magnolia offers 68 rooms, each equipped with cable TV, a coffee/tea maker, and DVD players. Free WiFi is available throughout the property, as is wired Internet access. You can stay connected with free local calls and enjoy complimentary weekday newspapers. 

South Arkansas Arboretum

The Arboretum is located one mile north of SR 82B on 501 Timberlane in Springdale. It features a 13-acre site with native plants, xeriscape gardens, and a butterfly garden. Visitors can take part in guided night hikes and special events. Picnicking is also permitted.  

Arkansas Museum of Natural Resources 

The Arkansas Museum of Natural Resources is a fascinating place to learn about the oil industry. It focuses on the oil boom that erupted in the south of Arkansas during the 1920s. Exhibits include a pumping rig and three derricks, which are used to show visitors how the oil industry was developed.