Get Off the Grid in the Ozarks

The Ozark Hills of Northwest AR & SW MO are the perfect place to get off the grid.  Whether you really want off the grid or just want a better and more secure life for your family, this is the place.

The natural topography of the hills offer many safe retreats and that are perfect for self-sustaining living.  These hills are secluded and away from major population centers and offer low property taxes, great hunting and fishing, land suitable for livestock, orchards and gardening, large parcels of national forest, treed areas for firewood, and caves & bluffs for protection.  Your family will feel safe here just like our family does.

The Rubidoux – Ozarks Natural Water Source

The Rubidoux, a large underground aquifer underneath the Ozarks Hills that covers 4 states; Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas and Oklahoma. The aquifer is replenished by annual rainfall that seeps thru the limestone rock above.

To access the aquifer, a well is drilled and a submersible pump brings the water to ground level.  Well depth carries with the difference in elevation of the Ozark Hills.

The Rubidoux, along with the Ozarks many native springs and caves, makes living off the land and off the grid easily attainable.  Get your real estate search started today at www.foggyriver.com.

Bug Out or Bunker Up – Living Off The Land in the Ozarks

Are you ready to get back to the basics and live off the land?  If you’re ready to bug out, bunker up, or just make a simple lifestyle change, we have the right property for you!  Foggy River Realty, LLC., has been helping folks find new land, … [Continue reading]

Where Does Chocolate Milk Come From?

Most kids today will never see a real working farm or ranch.  They think chocolate milk comes from brown cows and eggs from the grocery store..12 at a time. Maybe it is time to get our families back to the basics.  Buy some land and live a more … [Continue reading]

Caves in the Ozarks

Booker Cox III Broker/Co-Owner, Foggy River Realty, LLC When I was 18 and working a summer job here in the Ozarks, every day after work “the boys” and I would take off and explore a local cave.  The boys normally consisted of Greg, Brad, … [Continue reading]

Getting Back to Nature

More and more each day, people are talking about getting back to the basics - living off the land. The reasons are many. Some folks just want to have a simpler way of life, others see the current events of our day and long for a place where their … [Continue reading]