The Buffalo National River is located in North Central Arkansas in the Ozark Mountains, is a free-flowing stream passing through towering picturesque bluffs, forests and fields. As America’s first National River, the Buffalo River is managed by the National Park Service and is widely viewed as the crown jewel of Arkansas’s natural heritage resources. The River’s natural and cultural features combined with scientific and recreational opportunities makes it an exceptional unit within the National Park Service and a natural and powerful Dark Sky Resource.
Click here to find ideal environmental conditions for viewing the night sky at Buffalo National River (35.97862 -92.12917). Don’t forget to plan your trip during the new moon and astronomical twilight to enhance the viewing experience!
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