Omaha is located in Boone County north of Harrison, between Berryville and Yellville, situated off of Hwy 14, near the Missouri boarder.
The population estimate for July 1, 1998 was 228, an increase of 21 since 1990.
Omaha, incorporated on January 30, 1936, is a growing small town in northwest Arkansas near the world-famous entertainment capital of Branson, Missouri. Just east is unpolluted Bull Shoals Lake in Arkansas, known for water sports, fishing, and scuba diving, and just north are Table Rock Lake and Lake Taneycomo in Missouri.
The White River is a popular attraction, which forms Bull Shoals Lake and flows from the base of Bull Shoals dam. It is especially famous for its rainbow & brown trout fishing. Many outfitters in the area provide guide service and rent boats and equipment. The area is home to the nation's first wilderness river, the Buffalo National River. Many outfitters have canoes available to rent on the Buffalo.
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Arkansas Scottish Festival Batesville AR April13-14 Located on the campus of Bates College, the festival kicks off with a celtic concert on Friday night and include bagpipe contests and highland dancing competitions.
National Poultry Festival Rogers AR June14-15 In addition to a music concert, the weekend events includes a golf tournament, fishing tournament, skeet shoot, horseshoe tournament, ladies luncheon, motorcycle rally, kids’ activities, ice cream socials, a barbecue cooking contest, and a barbecue fair where delicious food can be sampled.
Johnson County Peach Festival Clarksville AR July25-28 Johnson County Peach Festival is the oldest festival in the State. Concessionaires bring their wares from good ol' home cookin' to handmade arts and crafts. Enjoy live entertainment and don't miss the Peach Cobbler Bake-Off and Jam/Jelly Contest.
National Championship Chuckwagon Races Clinton AR August31-September2 Chuckwagon Races, Snowy River Race, bronc fanning, music, concerts, camping, trail riding, western trade show, horse and mule clinics, seminars, and barn dances.
Arkansas Apple Festival Lincoln AR October4-6 The centerpiece of the festival is the unequalled variety of arts and crafts, featuring works of some of the most talented artisans in the Ozarks. One of the highlights of the Arkansas Apple Festival is the Apple Core Throwing Contest, a test of strength, accuracy, aerodynamics, and just plain luck.