Posts by Author: Jill Rohrbach

Jen Ripple, founder of DUN Magazine, will be hosted by Straight Outta Cotter guide service this Saturday, Feb. 24 to discuss “The History of Women in Fly Fishing.” The event will take place from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Commercial Lodge, located at 110 McLean Ave. in Cotter. Nathan Buck from Warrior Café will …
The anticipation is killing me. Climb Bentonville is projected to open this fall in Bentonville and it’s going to be a whole new playground of fun and fitness for all ages in Northwest Arkansas. Climb Bentonville is a branch of Climb Nashville, one of the Southeast’s premiere climbing facilities, and is a joint venture with …
Unspoiled cave formations, crystal clear streams, large flowing spring (12,000 gallons per minute), small lake, scenic trails, picturesque bluffs, fishing, campground, hiking and biking trails, picnic grounds, and swim areas.  Sounds like the perfect Spring Break location to me. Discovered in 1963, Blanchard Springs Caverns and Recreation Area near Mountain View is filled with opportunities for outdoor adventure. …
Do an online search for things to do in Arkansas and the Buffalo National River is always a prevalent suggestion. In fact, it was recently named the number one Best Arkansas Attraction in USA TODAY’s 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards list for 2018. Why? The nation’s first national river has 95,730 acres with three designated wilderness …
USA TODAY’s 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards list is out with the top travel attractions in the state of Arkansas. A panel of experts coupled with 10Best editors to pick the initial 20 nominees, then the top 10 winners were determined by popular vote. The top 10 winners in the category of Best Arkansas Attraction are: …
Baby it’s cold outside. But what’s that you say? You have cabin fever? No worries. There’s plenty of inside fun to be had at these 12 fabulous and free museums that hit interests such as elk, Elvis, art, race cars, wine and history. Mark Martin Museum in Batesville. Martin is a 2017 NASCAR Hall of …
Sugarloaf Mountain, a 690-foot erosional remnant near the Little Red River, is a popular spot in Heber Springs The earliest white settlers called it Sugarloaf because it looked like the shape of the loaves of unrefined sugar in use at that time. That also became the name of the community that developed nearby. While the …
Where do you go to expend that energy you have from being cooped up in the house on a cold winter day? The Amazeum in Bentonville, of course, where you can climb a tree canopy, explore the indoor cave, and experiment in the tinkering hub. It’s the kind of place kids love because it’s fun, …