There are few atmospheres in the nation more distinct and unique than that of the small town. Lafe, Arkansas, a place easily missed on a drive through the state, is one of these towns. Lafe has a distinct sense of community and closeness that very nearly defies description. The town itself is surrounded by rolling grassy plains, open farmland, and picturesque rural scenes.
Lafe also provides a unique glimpse at another uncommon natural occurrence simply because of the town's location. Lafe sits on a rare geological formation known as Crowley's Ridge. The ridge is a slim, rolling hill line that acts a small division within the state. The ridge is an unusual formation that attracts the attention of geology fans from all over the world. In fact, because of Lafe's unique location within the ridge, many visitors to Crowley's Ridge will ultimately end up spending at least a little time within the small town.
While Lafe may be small - a little less than 400 residents call the town home - there is still a great deal for visitors to do within the area. Those passing through Lafe will have no trouble experiencing the area's traditional friendly service and great food.