The City of Norfork, Arkansas
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Norfork, a place you hear about but seldom have the opportunity to see.
Located in a beautiful valley in north central Arkansas through which
the White River flows joined by the North Fork River. Reputed to be one
of the finest trout fishing areas in the United States, possibly the
Wildlife is abundant and truly a hunter’s paradise.
Many vacationing people who happened onto this area have become
Norfork is host to the Food Bank of North Central Arkansas, as well as
volunteer programs such as the Norfork Volunteer Fire Department,
Norfork Area Youth Center and a thrift store.
The community won the “Volunteer City of the Year” award for the year
The town was established adjacent to the Wolf House, (c 1829), which is
the oldest public structure in Arkansas.
Built where the White and North Fork Rivers merge it was used as a
and court house.
The Indian “Trail of Tears” passed through the surrounding area.