To Big Creek Golf & Country Club

Enjoy Every Day
In the Ozark Mountains

Big Creek is a premier golf course community located in Mountain Home, Arkansas. We are surrounded by nationally-recognized fishing and hunting areas including Lake Norfork, Bull Shoals Lake, and the White and Norfork Rivers. The Buffalo National River (America's First National River) flows nearby and also offers a wealth of boating and hiking options. Many of our new residents choose to retire or relocate here after they have come for a visit, either to friends or relatives, or on their own.

Live Every Day is an Escape

Every Day is an Escape

Mountain Home is the county seat of Baxter County, Arkansas in the southern Ozark Mountains. It has been listed numerous times in the top 20 cities in the U.S. for sportsmen in Outdoor Life Magazine, was ranked #2 for Field and Stream's Best Fishing Towns in America. Today it is primarily known as a retirement and resort destination.

Work Opportunity & Careers

Opportunity & Careers

Mountain Home serves as the business and retail hub for over 250,000 people living within a 55 mile radius. Therefore, numerous job opportunities are available in every sector…retail, financial, manufacturing, government, and services. Some of the local major employers in our area include: Baxter Healthcare, Ranger Boats, Eaton Corporation, Bass Cat Boats, Baxter Regional Medical Center, Triton Boats, American Stitchco and Wal-Mart.

Arkansas State University – Mountain Home is a two-year university with one of the top Technical Training Centers in the state. The center provides skills training for local employers tailored to their specific needs and is the perfect place for workers to upgrade their skills.
Golf Relax & Play a Game

Relax & Play a Game

Multi-year winner of Golf Digest’s Places To Play with a coveted Five-Star Ranking, Big Creek Golf Club welcomes you to our premiere golf course community in Mountain Home, Arkansas. The award-winning course opened in 2000 and features white sand bunkers, L-93 bentgrass greens, and beautiful zoysia fairways. Well maintained for year-round play, the course also offers a three-tiered 400-yard driving range and separate putting and chipping greens. Big Creek's variety of hole layouts and tee complexes provides enjoyable, but challenging golf for players of all ages and skill levels.

Our Lots
The Benefits of Big Creek

Big Creek not only offers world class golfing and other amenities, we also have lots for sale. Many of our residents were coming so frequently, they decided to plant their roots and build on one of our many beautiful sites! We have a list of approved builders, as well as covenants we implement in order to ensure consistency in architecture and adherence to local building codes.

Available Lots
Find the Perfect Spot for You

We have several lots available right now at Big Creek, varying in size, location, and attributes. Choose the ideal spot for your dream home at Big Creek! 
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Approved Builders
The Best of the Best

We maintain a limited but qualified list of licensed and insured local builders that we have personally used and trust. If you're ready for the next step, give our approved builders a call: Bryan Bell Construction and Crownover Construction.

Get Started
With the Best Part of Your Life

You only have one life to live. Now is the time to begin your new journey in the Ozarks at Big Creek. Our residents and our clientele all say one thing...they wish they had come here sooner. Enjoying the natural resources and recreational opportunities of our area, and get started living YOUR LIFE life to the fullest.
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Cost of Living
According to a recent economic report published by the Mountain Home Chamber of Commerce, our area is amongst the lowest cost of living in the state of Arkansas. Lower taxes are another benefit. 
Seasonal Beauty
Baxter County and North Central Arkansas enjoy four moderate seasons. Without many extreme conditions during the year, we benefit from the beauty and changes that accompany spring, summer, fall and winter. The clean air and crystal clear waters just add to the magic.
Thriving Economy
Baxter County and the Mountain Home area enjoy a thriving economy, attracting customers and employees from a population of over 250,000 people within 55 miles and seven surrounding counties. Over twenty-two manufacturers, employing over 4,400 workers call Mountain Home and the Twin Lakes area home.
Arkansas State University in Mountain Home is ranked as the #1 Two-Year University in America by Wallethub (2019), and has a manufacturing technology training center that is second to none. Area public school districts consistently rank among the best in the state academically.
Health Care
Mountain Home’s award-winning hospital, Baxter Regional Medical Center, provides world-class health care to north-central Arkansas and south-central Missouri. Baxter Regional is a fully integrated healthcare organization striving to provide excellent care to every patient, every time. With a 268-bed short-term acute care hospital, outpatient surgery center and over 30 clinics and off-site services, Baxter Regional offers a broad range of services and specialties to meet the ever-growing needs of our 11-county service area in North Central Arkansas and South Central Missouri. A medical staff of more than 180 primary care and specialist physicians and mid-level providers, over 1,700 employees and 500 volunteers make Baxter Regional the leader in quality healthcare.
Businesses can choose from six different telecommunication providers in the area, including CenturyLink, NEXT, Northern Arkansas Telephone Company, Ritter Communications, Suddenlink Communications and Yelcot Telecommunications.
Economic & Retail Hub
According to the 2010 Census, Mountain Home has a total of 12,448 in the city, and a total of 41,307 with the city and micropolitan combined, which encompasses the majority of Baxter county. Mountain Home also serves as an economic and retail hub for an eight county region, serving 256,000 people in a 55-mile radius.