New Member – First National Bank of North Arkansas

First National Bank of North Arkansas

The First National Bank of North Arkansas has served Carroll County, Arkansas since 1889. We take pride in our corner of the Ozark Mountain Region. It is one of the most desirable areas in the U.S. for retirement or relocation. If you decide this is the place for you we will provide a customer service representative to assist you in making the transition.

We are an old bank with new ideas. Our long history of success has been based on our personalized service and our commitment to the community we serve — that will never change; but we have added the technology for our customers who appreciate modern convenience.

As a full service bank, First National Bank of North Arkansas offers a comprehensive selection of services for individuals and businesses. Contact our friendly customer service representatives for all of your banking needs.  First National Bank of  North Arkansas’ website is located at


The Beauty of Our Area

The Ozarks is home to some of the most beautiful areas on earth, and Searcy County is certainly no exception.   From the Buffalo National River that runs through the northern third of the county, to the rugged Richland Creek area in the Southwestern corner, Searcy County is home to some really spectacular scenery.   These pictures are located in an area that is called “Dry Creek Falls” which is located in the Western part of the county.  This area has been photographed extensively over the years, and it continues to be very popular with hikers and nature photographers.    Paul Caldwell graciously allowed us the use of  his pictures to show off the beauty of this area.  Visit Paul’s site for more wonderful photos of Arkansas.

Photos Courtesy of Paul Caldwell – Photos Of Arkansas

Relocate to Searcy County

Enjoying the Good Life in the Arkansas Ozarks

Searcy County, Arkansas, has some of the most beautiful country on earth.  The Ozark Mountains reign majestically here and the Buffalo National River winds its way through the northwest corner of the county, drawing canoeists to floats that leave lifelong memories.  Our town names are as colorful as our hardwood forests in autumn.  Searcy County offers the relaxed pace and charm of small-town, rural living.  However,  we are in close proximity to trade, cultural and recreation areas.  The good life is here in the Arkansas Ozarks.  The area is quiet, the property values and Property Taxes are very reasonable.