Carroll County, Arkansas
Population: 27,446 (2010 census)
Carroll County, Arkansas is located in the heart of the Ozark Mountains and is host to some of Arkansas' most famous
historic sites. Carroll County has not one but two county seats,
Berryville and Eureka Springs. While Berryville is the largest city in
the county (population 5,356 as of the 2010 census), Eureka Springs is by far the most famous.
Eureka Springs, Arkansas has been known for generations for it healing springs. The City of Eureka Springs was founded
and named on July 4, 1879. Soon, Eureka Springs became the premier resort destination of the Victorian Era. Now Eureka Springs
exists much as it did back then. Meticulously preserved, the homes (many now quaint
Bed & Breakfasts) and historic hotels
that make up this vaction destination stand as a testament to this moment in time. In fact,
the entire town of Eureka Springs is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Eureka Springs has not wholly been stuck in the past. This ever-changing city has transformed with the time.
Now home to many family friendly attractions,
gourmet restauraunts and vibrant
Just down the road from Eureka Springs sits Holiday Island, Arkansas.
This retirement community is beautifully situated in the Ozark Mountains of Northwest Arkansas. Bordered to the north by
Table Rock Lake, Holiday Island boasts 5,000 home sites. Amenities include two golf courses, marina, campgrounds, tennis
courts and much more. If you want to get a tast of this community, check out their
vacation rentals. If you like what you see,
realtors in the area will be happy to discuss your options.
Table Rock Lake
Carroll County, Maryland
Population: 167,134 (2010 census)
Carroll County, Maryland is located within the Piedmont Plateau region, with rolling hills and woods. It is typically conscidered to be part of the Baltimore-Washingotn DC Metropolitain Area, and has become increasingly suburban in the past few decades. It's county seat is Westminster, which is known for art and is home to many galleries and studios.
For people visiting Carroll County, you will find a great deal of history. Everything from Agriculture to the Civil War, Carroll County offers many treks through time.
Carroll County, Kentucky
Population: 10,811 (2010 census)
Carroll County, Kentucky sits where the Ohio and Kentucky Rivers meet.
Situated between Louisville and Cincinnati, Carroll county offers the perfect mix of rural lifestyle and
metropolitan advantages. The county seat is Carrollton.