Carroll County, Arkansas
Located in the heart of the Ozark and the foothills of the Boston Mountain, Carroll County hosts some of the most unique gems of The Natural State. Our quaint towns, rustic landscapes, and family oriented living create a delightful atmosphere for the visitor and resident alike.
There are two county seats in Carroll County, which are located in Berryville and Eureka Springs. A natural feature, the Kings River, draws the jurisdictional line between the Eastern and Western Districts as the river meanders through the county. Berryville serves as the primary seat and many of the elected officials have their primary offices within the courthouse. Eureka Springs is the county’s western jurisdiction and adds flair and flavor to the county. Together, these two towns provide the 27,446 citizens of Carroll County with a very productive county government.
Enriched in the arts and natural wonders that can entice the interests of the young and old-at- heart alike, Beaver Lake, Table Rock Lake, as well as the Kings River allow great opportunities for the avid outdoorsmen or weekend recreationalist. Carroll County provides some of the best in boating, water skiing, canoeing, and fishing habitats in the state.
If you are looking for a quiet retreat, then visit Eureka Springs. It is home to many bed and breakfast cabins as well as the famous ghostly Crescent Hotel and historic downtown. You can also find unique architecture like E. Fay Jones’ Thorn Crown Chapel, and exotic artwork fabricated by local artisans from all over the county including Green Forest, Osage, and, of course, Eureka Springs and Berryville. Visit the Great Passion Play and see the Christ of the Ozarks statue that keeps a watchful eye over the majestic Ozarks.
Whether citizen or visitor, Carroll County promises delightful vistas, wooded hills, and working opportunities for every interest.
Carroll County welcomes YOU to enjoy our lovely area.
- Ozark Regional Transit
- Personnel Committee Meeting - There will be a Personnel Committee meeting of the Quorum Court on Monday, Dec. 9, 2019 at 5:00 pm. The meeting will be held in the QC Meeting room (formerly the Veterans Services office) in the Eastern District Courthouse, Berryville. The side/back door will be open which is also handicap accessible. The topic of discussion will be about the continuing dialog concerning the consolidation (or not) of county positions of the Office of Emergency Mgmt & the Radio Communications Specialist. The committee will also look at vacation payout of an employee via ordinance.
- Cookie & Candy Sale - Friday, December 13th, 9 AM - 4 PM - see flyer
- Quorum Court Meeting - There will be a meeting on Monday, December 16, 2019- Members should be voting on the Budget Ordinance.