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Ozark Moonshine Run

This 110-mile ride through Harrison Arkansas and the scenic Arkansas Ozarks. You can take Highway 7 and see an actual castle being built with medievil tools at the Ozark Medieval Fortress and in Harrison you can stay at the very motorcycle friendly hotel, the 1929 Hotel Seville.

Ozark Moonshine Run

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Harrison, AR 72602
United States
Contact: Harrison Convention and Visitors Bureau
Phone: 501-741-1789
Ride Distance: 110 miles
Directions: Take Scenic Highway 7 south from Harrison, heading towards Jasper. If you have time, be sure and circle the Jasper square before heading on to highway 74 (on your left) which will merge with highway 123 (right turn) just past Vendor. Travel on to Mt. Judea until you reach Lurton. Head north, eventually turning left on highway 16 towards Deer, before making a right turn on highway 21 a mile past Swain to Boxley and Ponca. The highway eventually becomes highway 43 at Boxley and takes you back to Harrison. (Courtesy of Harrison Convention & Visitors Bureau)
Description: The Ozark Moonshine Run is 110 miles long with 662 curves and will take you around four hours to complete. Gas locations along the way include Harrison, Jasper, Mt. Judea, Deer, Ponca and Compton. This ride is often considered the most picturesque in the Ozarks, and you’ll be glad you took the time to ride it. (Courtesy of Harrison Convention & Visitors Bureau). The Buffalo River is the Nations first river and if you look to the field on the left you could possibly see a herd of elk basking in the sun and grazing. You can really experience the beauty if the land as you make your way around the corners in this country, you just need to open your eyes and let it all in.

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