Only if you get on agricultural land. I was raised about an hour north of there, which is even less conducive to long shots. FS is still somewhat hilly, and heavily treed. If you go across the river into Oklahoma, it's less dense, so you might have a better chance over there. But as long as you're hunting the Ozarks or Ouachitas, you'll be more likely to get that 65 yard shot than a 650 yard shot. There is the off chance that you'll get a shot across a valley, which could be a few hundred yards, but clearings are somewhat scarce, and the odds of getting a shooter deer to wander out into a clearing while you're set up on the opposite slope are pretty slim. Here's a little bit of how it looks. This was while flying from Little Rock to Springdale, so just a little NE of FS.
So you can see there are some clearings, but nothing like the western plains.