One Tank Travels: Mountain View

A visit to Mountain View always brings the joy of the simple things in life. By simple, I don’t mean to imply that there is little to do there because it’s easy to pack your days with activities. Ozark Folk Center

Biking Into History in Hope

    Tarona Armstrong, Chief of Interpretation at the President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site in Hope, just sent word about a new Biking Into History program. The ranger- led bicycle tours start this  Saturday (May 26)

Bugs, Bands & Bikes in El Dorado

    Bugs, Bands & Bikes Weekend starts today (May 11–12)  in the Union Square Entertainment District in downtown El Dorado. Over the years, the annual event has become the region’s largest motorcycle themed event filled with hundreds of bikes,

This Weekend in the Arkansas Delta

The weather forecasters are promising a beautiful weekend in the Arkansas Delta! Take a look at some of the great events going on throughout the region. May 11 is the date for the dedication of a replica of Fort Curtis in

Art and Nature Celebrated With Artosphere Festival, New Crystal Bridges Exhibit

You can’t look at “Arkansas, The Natural State” as just a slogan. It really is a way of life. Just look at what’s going on in northwest Arkansas this week and you’ll see how the beauty of the landscape influences

Music and Motorcycles

Hear that? It’s the rumble of motorcycles from all over the region revving up to make the trip to Helena-West Helena this weekend for Wild Hog!  Motorcycles and music take over Cherry Street during the 12th annual Wild Hog Motorcycle Rally

Blanchard Springs Caverns Spring-Summer Schedule

Visit My Arkansas every Wednesday for information on outdoors and sports. Discovered in 1963, Blanchard Springs Caverns and Recreation Area near Mountain View is filled with unspoiled formations such as the 65-foot-high “The Column,” as well as another huge formation named “The

Happy 40th Anniversary to the Buffalo National River

About 50 people, a standing room only crowd for the small conference room at the Boone County Library in downtown Harrison, attended Tuesday a presentation by Retired Staff Historian Suzie Liles on the 40th anniversary of the Buffalo National River.

The Great Highway 71 Classic is This Sunday

Visit My Arkansas every Thursday for information on festivals and events.   I was talking to my friend, David Priest, the other day about biking Ark. 71. He was encouraging me to take a ride with he and his wife

Reservable Corps Campsites

It feels so much like spring that I’ve got camping on my mind. In fact, I’ve already been hinting to the family that I’d like a Dutch oven for Mother’s Day. Hey, it is the state cooking vessel! I’ve had