Watch the kids from the deck, as they have fun at the playground. Try out your own personal 9-hole Frisbee Golf Course - Fun for all ages, test your skills through strategically placed baskets throughout our giant oaks. Also in the grounds is a horse shoe pit. Rainy days can be spent in the games room enjoying the pool table, table tennis, piano, or in the living room with a DVD library and local wildlife books.
Wildlife at Anedodi is abundant and ever surprising! Being fairly remote and surrounded mainly by large oaks, dogwoods, pine, and other forest tree varieties, the possibilities are endless! On any given day, you may see armadillos, deer, racoons, turtles, bats, several species of birds including bald eagles, red and gold finches, red and green throated hummingbirds, red cardinals, scissortails, swallows, nuthatchers, red headed and peliated woodpeckers, heron, even the rare whipperwill.
Mountain Home, Arkansas was voted 2nd best fishing town in the USA by Field and Stream magazine. The 170-mile network of cold water rivers harbor some of the world’s biggest trout, including a record-breaking 38 pound nine ounce trout in 1988. In addition to the two main fishing rivers - White River and North Fork, the lakes - Lake Norfork and Bull Shoals are great for Large Mouth Bass, Walleye, Hybrid Striper, lots of crappie and of course catfish.
Float the River
Just a 1 hour drive takes you to Dillard's Landing where you can rent kayaks or a raft and float the Buffalo River. Stop for picnics at sandy beaches, and a refreshing cool dip in the clear waters as you go.
The lake is smooth and clean - perfect for all boating and water sports like water skiing, wake boarding, kneeboarding and tubing. We have a 24 foot pontoon that seats 11 available for you to rent along with this large tube, smaller tubes, and kneeboards. The marina is close by, and provides additional boating options.
Arkansas has 133 very impressive waterfalls within a 3 hour drive of Anedodi. The waterfalls of the Buffalo National River Region, America’s first National River have majestic settings, cascading from limestone and sandstone bluffs. The tallest, at 209 feet, Hemmed-in Hollow Falls, is also the tallest between the Appalachians and Rockies. There are 15 waterfalls which are within a 1 hour drive of Equani including some easy hikes to 80 footers, like Dewey Canyon Falls, and Bumpers Falls.
This is an hour's drive from Anedodi. Guided walking tours through an active cavern system, featuring sparkling calcite formations, stalactites, stalagmites and columns. Two different trails for viewing. Wild Cave Tours available. Ranked among the 10 most outstanding in North America, it’s the only developed cave system operated by the U.S. Forest Service.