This week’s Wednesday Walk shifts again to Thursday and will take place 1 PM, March 21, at Black Bass Lake Park. Larry Lowman an extraordinary nurseryman, horticulturalist, and expert on native plants growing in Carroll County, will lead a walk to view the emerging ephemeral plants in the forest on the southern side of Black…Details
Eureka Springs, Arkansas, scored BIG, being chosen as one of only three locations to host a 2019 North American Enduro Series (NAES) race. The event is partnered with the Enduro World Series (EWS), so racers’ points will feed into their EWS ranking. Read more on Singletracks.com.Details
This week’s walk will shift to Thursday, a windy cool, and cloudy morning, to continue looking at Eureka’s urban forest. The jaunt will start at 9 AM, where College Street meets a little known street known as Hamilton. There should be plenty of parking on the side and back of the Quarter, behind the Eureka…Details
Our chilly winter will start to return towards spring again, as this Wednesday morning’s forecast looks to be hovering at freezing and warming to the low 40’s by early afternoon. This week’s walk will start a bit later than usual at 10 am, meeting at the parking lot at Center St. and Mountain St across…Details
Eureka is very fortunate to have so many talented people in town who could have a tremendous impact on our parks system. Their experience and assistance is instrumental to our success. We are currently looking to populate several committees with volunteers to help us guide the management of our park resources. Some committees only need a member or…Details
Long term groundskeeper, Shannon Lively, is leaving Parks and Recreation to pursue a new career opportunity. The commission wishes him the best! From Justin’s February Report… Shannon has been a tremendous asset to our system since breofre I arrived in Eureka Springs. He has always bee conscientious, extremely hard working, and has made a lasting…Details
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Check out this great article on the expanding trail network of Northwest Arkansas.
Tomorrow’s Wednesday Walk (Feb. 27, 2019) will explore a ravine draining into the Dairy Hollow Basin, a stretch of a headwater stream that eventually flows into East Leatherwood Creek at the Train Depot. We’ll walk up the elongated ravine floor beginning at a service road on Anderson/Ravine Street next to the foot of Stepp St.,…Details