The gateway to the beautiful Buffalo River and strategically located in North-Central Arkansas, Harrison is home to a robust economic base with unparalleled quality of life. Offering education from preschool through 4-year degrees, award-winning healthcare, ample business opportunities, and activities – Harrison has something for the whole family! Harrison is bustling with possibilities for every phase of life; whether you're just starting, ramping up, or winding down, Harrison has a place for you.

Popular Neighborhoods

  • Brookefield

  • Savannah

  • Meadowlands

  • Skyline Heights

  • Robinwood

  • Estates at Harrison Country Club

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $297K
Lowest Price $21.9K
Highest Price $1.9M
Total Listings 21
Avg. Days On Market 326
Avg. Price/SQFT $0

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Major Harrison Employers

Notable businesses that are major employers throughout the area are FedEx Freight Inc. (Trucking and Distribution), North Arkansas Regional Medical Center, Walmart Inc., Pace Industries, Claridge Products and Equipment, Windstream, Wabash Wood Products, North Arkansas College, and WestRock.

Annual Harrison Events

Harrison hosts several events throughout the year, including Crawdad Days Music Festival in May, the annual Arkansas Hot Air Balloon races in September, Harvest Homecoming Festival in October, and a Christmas celebration in December. Other notable events include the Annual Bluegrass Festival and the Fire in the Sky Fourth of July Celebration.

Points of Interest

The Harrison Courthouse Square District, which still houses original government and commercial structures, has been recognized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. One notable building is the Harrison courthouse, which remains in use to this day and is located in the center of the square. Harrison is also relatively close to Branson, Missouri, a family vacation hotspot, and the popular tourist town Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

The Buffalo National River is the first river to ever be listed as a National River.

Arts and Theatre

Established in 1996, the Ozark Arts Council strives ‘to enrich lives by promoting the arts in Harrison and North Arkansas through exhibitions, performances, and education'. The Ozark Arts Council provides support and donations to organizations such as The Theatre Company, Twentieth Century Club, Woman’s Book Club, Ozark Children’s Choir, Northark Drama, and the historic Lyric Theatre, which originally opened as a movie theater in 1929, but is now used to host plays and other community events.


Educational establishments in Harrison include Woodland Heights Elementary School, Skyline Heights Elementary School, Forest Heights Elementary School, Eagle Heights Elementary School, Harrison Middle School, Harrison High School, and Harrison Alternative School. North Arkansas College (Northark) is also located in Harrison.

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