Harrison landscape.

The Lost Mine Run


Route Distance: 239 miles with 840 Curves
Time Frame: 5 Hours, 7 Minutes
Gasoline Locations: Harrison, Alpena, Green Forest, Berryville, Blue Eye, Lead Hill, Yellville, Jasper

Attractions on the Route: Buffalo National River, Table
Rock Lake, Mystic Caverns, Kenda Drive In Theater in Marshall.

The Lost Silver Mine of Searcy County is a story that goes back over 100
years ago. Rumor has it that a once prosperous silver mine in the Ozarks
was lost in time as the result of varying fortunes of war between the
Spaniards and Native Americans. The Lost Silver
Mine Run travels through an area that just may have been
home to this mine. While this is our longest ride, it offers many
opportunities for you to stop and take in a view or grab a bite in
one of the many small towns along the route.

Directions: Depart Harrison on Hwy. 392 N to Hwy. 62/412 W
and turn left. Continue to Alpena where you will stay straight
onto Hwy. 62 W. Continue on 62 W into Berryville where you will
turn right onto Hwy. 21 N. Continue on Hwy. 21 N to Blue Eye, MO.
Here stay straight on MO-13 N and again stay straight onto MO-
86 E. Next turn right onto Hwy. 65 S. Turn left at the Omaha exit
Hwy. 14 E. Once you reach Omaha, be sure to make your left turn
to stay on Hwy. 14 E toward Lead Hill and eventually to Yellville,
AR. In Yellville, turn left onto Hwy. 412 E for approximately ½
mile and then turn right to Hwy. 14 E. Stay on 14 E for ¾ of a mile
to Hwy. 235 S. Take 235 S through Bruno and be sure to turn left
again to continue on 235 S. Take 235 S to Hwy. 65 S. Turn left on
Hwy. 65 S for 15 miles to Hwy. 74 W. Turn right onto Hwy. 74 W.
Stay on 74 W to Snowball where the highway turns to the left
and becomes Hwy. 377. Follow 377 for 11 miles to Witts Spring.
Turn right onto Hwy. 16 W and continue through Ben Hur toward
the Hwy. 7 N intersection in Sand Gap. Turn right onto Hwy. 7 N.
Continue on Hwy. 7 N all the way back to Harrison.


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