Richland Creek Wilderness
Located in the Ozark-St. Francis National Forest in Arkansas.
This wilderness area contains 11,822 acres in Newton and Searcy Counties, Arkansas. Besides beautiful Richland Creek, which flows through the area and the stream from which the area derived it's name, the wilderness also features an oak-hickory forest, abundant wildlife, secluded backcountry areas and towering vistas. This area is located approximately 36 air miles northeast of Russellville, AR.
Directions: From Interstate 40 at Russellville, drive 36 miles on State Highway 7 to Pelsor. Turn east on State Highway 16 and drive for approximately 10 miles to Forest Service Road 1205. Turn north and drive about 8 miles to Richland Creek campground.
For further information contact: Buffalo Ranger District - Ozark-St. Francis National Forest
Details mentioned in this article were accurate at the time of publication
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