10 Reasons to Visit Southwest Arkansas in the Fall

It is no secret that fall is a special time in Arkansas. The season is filled with camping, biking, live music, fall color, farm tours,  festivals… the list can go on and on. In light of this, we decided to

New Mountain Bike Trail at Woolly Hollow State Park

Joan Ellison of Arkansas State Parks just sent a news release this way about a new mountain bike trail! The dedication of the Enders Fault Mountain Bike Trail, a new 9.2-mile mountain bike and hiking trail at Woolly Hollow State

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,

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

Full Week of Spring Break Activities at Woolly Hollow State Park

Parents, are you tired of being cooped up with all the wacky winter weather we’ve had?  If you are, imagine how your kids feel.  Woolly Hollow State Park near Greenbrier has the perfect solution for you.  From March 24-28, the

Lost Valley in Winter

A couple of weeks ago when Old Man Winter let up on the cold and snow to give us a sunny Sunday with 60 degree weather, my family and some like-minded friends took advantage of the beautiful day to hike

First Day Hikes

State parks across the U.S. are set to celebrate the start of the new year with First Day Hikes on January 1. These hikes offer a chance to begin the New Year connected with nature. Arkansas’s state park system includes

State Parks Offer First Day Hikes on New Year’s Day

Arkansas State Parks throughout the North Central Ozarks and the Arkansas Delta will offer First Day Hikes for the entire family on Jan. 1. First Day Hikes are part of a national health and outdoor awareness movement. Take the entire

Green is the New Black at Hobbs & Devil’s Den on Friday After Thanksgiving

Instead of joining the crazy crowds of shoppers on Black Friday, Rebekah Penny, an interpreter at Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area, suggests enjoying clean water and air, and time with friends and family by making memories at the park. “There is
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