Experience the best nature has to offer while enjoying friendly small town atmosphere in Waldron. Blythe’s Museum has a large collection of Indian and pioneer artifacts that were found around Waldron. You can enjoy nine holes of golf at the Waldron Country Club. In June and October bluegrass fans flock to Waldron for the Turkey Track Bluegrass Festival.
Many lakes, such as Lake Hinkle and Lake Ouachita and dozens of smaller lakes are tucked away among thousands of pines of Arkansas. You can enjoy seasonal hunting activities as well as river float trips in and around Waldron. Viewing fall foliage or dogwoods blooming in the spring is a pleasure when you drive Arkansas Highway 309, a national scenic byway, that winds to the top of Mount Magazine. You’ll want to stop at the overlooks that show the valleys and lakes of Logan and Yell Counties.