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Take I-40 to I-55 north going toward St. Louis, MO. On I-55 north go to Hwy. 64 west (2.8
miles). Turn left (west) at the light on Hwy. 64. Travel to Bald Knob, AR (88 miles). At
Bald Knob turn right (north) on Hwy.167 north to Batesville, AR (34 miles). At Batesville,
turn left on Hwy 69 (north) to Melbourne, AR. At Melbourne, turn right on Hwy 9 (north)
6.2 miles. Turn left on Hwy 56 (west) to Calico Rock, AR. At Calico Rock, turn right
(north) on Hwy. 223. Travel 1.0 miles then turn left (west) on Hwy 177. Go 10 miles (over
and around the Norfork Dam). Once at the base of the dam start looking for Gene's Resort
sign. Turn left at Gene's Resort sign on River Acres Drive.
How to get to Mountain
Home, AR From Selected Cities
Dallas, TX - I-30 north to Little Rock, AR, then take I-40 to Conway, AR.
At Conway take U.S. 65 to Marshall, AR then take Hwy. 27 east to Harriet, AR. At Harriet,
take Hwy. 14 north to Yellville, AR. At Yellville, turn right on Hwy. 62/412. Follow
62/412 through Flippin, Cotter, and Gassville to Mountain Home.
Tulsa, OK - U.S. Hwy. 33 to Siloam Springs, AR. Go east on Hwy. 68 to
Alpena, AR, then take U.S. Hwy 62/412 through Harrison and go about 50 miles to Mountain
Kansas City, MO - U.S. 71 south to Harrisonville. Take Hwy. 7 to Clinton.
At Clinton, take Hwy. 13 to Springfield, MO, and U.S. 60 to Mansfield, MO. At Mansfield
take Hwy. 5 south to Mountain Home.
St. Louis, MO - I-44 to Rolla, MO. At Rolla, take U.S. 63 to West Plains,
MO. At West Plains, take U.S. 160 to Caulfield, MO. At Caulfield take a left onto U.S.
Hwy. 101 to U.S. Hwy. 62/412 and turn right and follow 62/412 to Mountain Home.
How To Get To Gene's
From Mountain Home
We are located 12 miles south of Mountain Home, Arkansas in the small town of Salesville.
Simply take Highway 5 South from Mountain Home to Highway 177 toward the Norfork Dam and
the National Fish Hatchery. We are on the beautiful North Fork River just 1/2 mile below
the Norfork Dam.