Arkansas Trails Day Celebration in Central Arkansas

  This Saturday ( May 31) an Arkansas Trails Day celebration is on the agenda for Little Rock and North Little Rock. The central meeting location is Burns Park with various trail events taking place throughout the morning and early

Trail Mix Concert Tour is Sunday, June 1

The Trail Mix Concert Tour on Sunday, June 1 is a signature event of Artosphere, a nature and arts festival put on annually by the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville. The tour combines music, hiking and biking for a one-of-a-kind,

New Exhibit at Old State House Museum Showcases Bicycling in Arkansas

The Old State House Museum in Little Rock is home to a new exhibit that shines light on the history of bicycling in Arkansas. “Different Spokes” will be at the museum for a bit (until February 2016) and via artifacts,

Got Grit? Then Get Ready to Ride June 21

Registration is now open for the 3rd annual True Grit Ride 100 and the first True Grit Mountain Bike Ride, both set for Saturday, June 21 in Fort Smith. The True Grit 100 begins at 7 a.m. at Ben Geren

Bentonville Bicycle Drag Races

It’s 100 yards, give-it-everything-you’ve-got Bentonville Bicycle Drag Racing, and it’s happening at 10 a.m., May 31 on the downtown square. The drag races will be fast and fun. You can race as many times as you want. Race your mom,

Arts & Nature Festival in NWA

Artosphere is an Arts and Nature Festival with activities and interests for all ages.  It includes kids and family events, movement, visual arts and music performed throughout May and June in northwest Arkansas. The festival goal is to celebrate artists,

Be Enlightened During a Wetland Walk-A-Bout

Doesn’t a Wetland Walk-a-Bout sound like fun?  There’s going to be one on Sunday, May 11 in downtown Little Rock.  The Central Arkansas Nature Center, located in the River Market District on the banks of the Arkansas River, is hosting

The Lake Ouachita Vista Trail is Complete!

The Lake Ouachita Vista Trail ( LOViT) is now complete! Twelve years of planning and construction went into the building the trail, which was built in segments over the course of those years with the help of a group of

Ozark Mountain Bike Festival is April 4-6

Get ready for a family fun weekend of mountain biking at Devil’s Den State Park in West Fork during the annual Ozark Mountain Bike Festival set for April 4-6. You can ride one of the first mountain bike trails in

Interpretive Signs Unveiled for Arkansas River Trail

Keith Stephens of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has sent word about the unveiling of interpretive signs at Two Rivers Park tomorrow (Nov. 21).  Check out details via his news release below. A series of interpretive signs along the