Ozark Acres is surrounded on all sides by thousands of acres of virgin timberland in which wildlife of many kinds can be observed purely for enjoyment or hunting. The most prevalent type of wildlife for hunting are deer, squirrel, rabbit, quail, and doves. You’ll also find raccoons, possums, mink, beaver, and foxes. You may even spot a black bear in the area!
For our fishing friends there are several rivers, creeks and lakes within less than an hours drive from Ozark Acres – as well as two lakes right here in the community! Some of the rivers would include the Spring River, South Fork, the Strawberry River, the Current River, Warm Fork; the Black River, the White River (featuring world class trout fishing), and the Eleven Point. Besides these rivers, Martin’s Creek and James Creek are two excellent fishing creeks nearby. We are only 55 miles from famous Lake Norfolk and Bull Shoals Lake, two of the largest and best known fishing lakes in the United States.
Lake Vagabond, the Ozark Acres Clubhouse, and our beach was completed in 1961-1962 and the lake is stocked every year with Bass and Catfish. Lake Vagabond offers 85 acres of inviting clear spring water for fishing and water sports. There are 40 miles of road that wind their way over more than 2000 acres of outdoor scenery in this peaceful community that is a popular vacation spot, a place to retire, and a desirable home to raise a family.