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New & Noteworthy- Ozark Highlands Nature Center

The J.B. and Johnelle Hunt Family Ozark Highlands Nature Center opened its doors on December 11, 2020. The center is located at 3400 N 40th Street in Springdale, AR and is open to the public with reserved time-entry tickets. The 62-acre campus belonged to the City of Springdale, who then donated it to the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission to be used for conservation and education. The 32,000 square foot facility features a main exhibit hall, three indoor classrooms, an indoor archery and BB gun marksmanship center, and a creativity center. Outside, there are 2 pavilions that will be utilized for outdoor classrooms, a 3-D archery challenge, and 25-acres of restored prairie. In 2021, the Razorback Greenway will be connected to the trails that run through the property. The Ozark Highlands Nature Center was funded by more than $14 million in private funding, land donations, and federal grants. You can find out more information about the center and the impact it will have on the Northwest Arkansas community here. 
Main Exhibit Lobby
Creative Center
Archery Pavilion
Mura by Chase Reidl
Trail Signage
Interactive Fishing Game
Indoor Fish Tank

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