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The Quality Inn & Conference Center hotel is nestled in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, only 400 yards from the Dam Site Marina entrance to Greers Ferry Lake. Heber Springs is one of the Natural State's most popular locations for outdoor recreational activities. The trumpeter swans have returned to Heber Springs. The largest migratory waterfowl in North America winter at Magness Lake until early March. The visitor area is in close proximity to the birds and is a must see location for all wildlife enthusiasts. In addition to a full array of water activities including watercraft rentals, fishing at Greers Ferry Lake and the Little Red River is superb throughout the year. The Greers Ferry Dam was dedicated in 1963 by President John F. Kennedy, his last public appearance before the fateful trip to Dallas. Be sure to enjoy the panoramic view from the JFK overlook. The Sugar Loaf Mountain Nature Trail affords a breathtaking view of the lake and surrounding countryside from its summit. This Heber Springs, AR hotel is close to the Greers Ferry National Fish Hatchery, featuring a visitor center and aquarium. Visitors will enjoy trout fishing in the Little Red River, a premier-class trout stream and home of the world record brown trout catch. The city's historic downtown district includes a stately county courthouse with traditional square, a museum, antique shops, restored theater and Spring Park, with its mineral springs that attracted settlers to the area. Be sure to visit Panache, The Aromatique Gallery (creator of decorative fragrances for the home), located across from this Heber Springs, AR hotel. Features and amenities of this Arkansas hotel include free hot breakfast, free coffee, free wireless high-speed Internet access, free local calls, seasonal outdoor pool. Business travelers will welcome additional conveniences like access to copy and fax services. The on-site meeting facilities accommodate up to 120 people for banquets and up to 200 people for most events and conferences.