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Mount Ida Area Chamber of Commerce releases new visitor guide

Mount Ida Area Chamber of Commerce 2021 Visitor GuideThe Mount Ida Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present the 2021 Montgomery County Visitor’s Guide.

The annual guide is filled from cover to cover with valuable information for those visiting our great county, as well as those who have decided to relocate to Montgomery County. The 56 page full color guide features all the things that make this county great.

You can find information on things to do in the Ouachita National Park like hiking, and biking. You can’t come to Montgomery County without visiting Lake Ouachita and the guide is packed with places to stay and things to do on the lake.

In case you have forgotten, Montgomery County is the crystal capital of the world. The visitor guide has all the information you need to get started on your treasure hunt for that perfect crystal. Once you get some dirt under your nails you might want to book a trip to Montgomery County for the World Championship Quartz Crystal Dig sponsored by the Mount Ida Area Chamber of Commerce. You can find all you need to join in the fun in September.

If you need a place to stay while enjoying all the county has to offer then the visitor’s guide can help you find a place to relax and unwind. You can also get some great ideas on places to eat in the area as well.

The Chamber’s visitor guide knows that most tourists are looking for those unique things to see and do. They have worked hard to gather information about as many items of interest as possible from around the county. You can find information on everything from the Norman Library, touted as the smallest in Arkansas, to the Jot ‘em Down store in Pine Ridge.

If you’re looking to move to Montgomery County you can find everything you need to make you feel right at home. Whether you need a contractor, or are looking for a church to attend the guide will have a direction to point you.

One of the featured items in this year’s guide is the inaugural three Rivers Heritage Festival scheduled for September 24-25. The new festival replaces the Good Ol’ Days Festival and the Quartz Quiltz and Craftz Show. The Chamber took the best of both events and combined them to make the Three Rivers Festival. The Crystal Dig will also be held this weekend.

The guides were delivered last Friday and the first shipment has already been delivered to locations around Montgomery County. The Chamber would like to thank Justin Neel and the students of Caddo Hills High School for helping with the delivery this week. The Mount Ida Area Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center is currently out of visitor guides, but expect another shipment soon. Meanwhile, you can find them in several locations around the county.

For more information about the visitor guides, or information on how to join the Chamber of Commerce please call (870) 867-2723, or visit the visitor center located at 124 Highway 270W in Mount Ida. You can also visit their website at www.mtidachamber.com

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