New Wildlife Trail in Nashville, Arkansas

A new wildlife viewing trail has opened at Nashville City Park in Nashville, Arkansas.  The 1/2 mile Ronny K. Woods Wildlife Trail is mapped out via sections including the field, the edge, the stream and the pecan grove ( the

Grassy Lake Water Trail is Newest Route in Arkansas Water Trails System

Looking for a new place to paddle? The Grassy Lake Water Trail in the Bell Slough Wildlife Management Area just south of Mayflower is the ninth and newest route to open in the Arkansas Water Trails system, an Arkansas Game

For an Unparalleled Spa Experience, Think Outside the Room

Towering limestone bluffs define the river bank. Elk graze the lush meadows in early morning fog and the golden light of dusk. Horse and foot trails wind through the mountains and valleys. Whitewater rapids punctuate the upper reaches slowing to

Father’s Day Fishing Derby

Father’s Day is this Sunday. Here’s a fun way to celebrate with dad – the Father’s Day Fishing Derby at War Eagle Mill near Rogers. At the Mill, dads and kids will fish War Eagle Creek hoping to win a

Mother Nature Story Times at Hobbs

On the second Saturday of each month, Mother Nature visits Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area to excite the imaginations of children by reading stories of the forest and the animals that live there. Story time is followed by hands-on nature craft

This Weekend in the Arkansas Delta

It’s the first full weekend in June, and there are some great family-friendly events happening in eastern Arkansas! Portfest in Newport is known for music and fireworks, and this year is no exception. Held along the banks of the White

Arkansas hosts Junior U.S. Open Water Ski Championships this Weekend

Bullneck Lake in Scott will be the scene of the Junior U.S. Open Water Ski Championships this weekend (June 7-8).  The tournament will be a chance to see some of the best water skiers in the world as they compete

Hang Out with the Fish This June

June is a great time to grab your pole and get to the lake, river or pond for some outstanding fishing in eastern Arkansas. Events this month are catering to the younger anglers, giving them an opportunity to show off

Six Summer Sessions Your Kids Will Love

Arkansas has a ton of fun things for kids to do all year long; but, summer brings on extra activities and opportunities. Here are a few in the Ozarks and River Valley regions of The Natural State: Nerdies – In

Fun Family Festivities Featured in June

Kick off the start of the summer season at the 33rd annual Portfest in Newport with the excitement of live music and fireworks. Held along the banks of the White River at Jacksonport State Park on June 5-7, Portfest’s features