Learn Legends of Lost Conquistador Gold at Old Spanish Treasure Cave

April 28, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Old Spanish Treasure Cave in Sulphur Springs, AROld Spanish Treasure Cave, in Sulphur Springs, AR, is a living limestone cavern shrouded in the mystery and legend of lost Conquistador gold. If you’ve a taste for adventure and mystery, take a tour of Old Spanish Treasure Cave!

It’s a story that goes back more than 350 years.

Shortly after its discovery, Spanish Conquistadores searched the New World for riches. According to legend, a group of these intrepid explorers passed through the Northwest Ozarks. Lost, weak from illness and malnutrition, and assailed by natives, they secreted the treasure they were carrying in a cave.

Thereafter, Old Spanish Treasure Cave remained sealed with its secrets. In 1885 an old Spaniard from Madrid re-discovered the cave with the help of a couple of old maps. Though he and many others have scoured the caverns, no one has ever found the lost treasure.

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Sink Your Teeth Into the Johnson County Peach Festival

June 13, 2016 by Corey A. Edwards

75th annual Johnson County Peach Festival, 2016The 75th anniversary of the annual Johnson County Peach Festival is set for July 21 through the 23, 2016. Come join in on all the traditional fun this summer in Clarksville, AR!

Since the summer of 1938, Clarksville, Arkansas has celebrated the region’s successful peach industry with the Johnson County Peach Festival, making it the current grandaddy of all festivals, state wide!

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