"Three Rivers. Two Lakes. One Beautiful Life."
Mountain Home is a serene, peaceful community set in the rolling hills of the Ozark Mountains in Arkansas. This idyllic setting is home to lifelong residents and retirees, as well as one of the hottest vacation destinations in the country. Whether planning a vacation or relocation, the town of Mountain Home will surpass expectations.
Mountain Home is more than just a beautiful city; it is a caring community that offers its residents a lifestyle unparalleled. Residents and visitors alike enjoy fabulous fishing and water sports on the clearest lakes and rivers in the country. The mountain views are spectacular, especially in the fall when the Ozarks are painted with dramatic color. Long touted as one of the best places to vacation in the Midwest, Mountain Home is also a growing city with many employment opportunities allowing families to maintain their deep roots in Mountain Home, Arkansas. Employment is abundant in many industries, including the boat building empire that has become as much a part of the area as the Twin Lakes as Bass Cat and Ranger Boats cater to the area's fishing industry. These employers realized what those living in Mountain Home have known for years, that the lakes of this area can also provide a lucrative income. Bull Shoals and Norfork Lakes not only support recreational activities but offer employment opportunities as well.
One visit to Mountain Home, Arkansas and it will be easy to understand why many choose to retire here. After spending some time enjoying the Twin Lakes Area, it's easy to see why year round residents and visitors have adopted the motto "Three Rivers. Two Lakes. One Beautiful Life." Leaving is hard for our vacationers and something our residents don't even consider. People don't move out of Mountain Home, they move in. They come for the fantastic fishing and exhilarating water sports and stay for the feeling of community and good old fashioned family values. But Mountain Home is far from old fashioned, with some of the most innovative practices being used at the Norfork National Fish Hatchery for one of the oldest and most revered pastimes, fishing.