Heber Springs, Arkansas
Located: 60 mi north of Little Rock,
AR and 132 mi west from Memphis
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The Expo is produced, promoted and managed by volunteers who are supporters of the Greers Ferry Lake Trails Council (501c3 org.)
The Greers Ferry Lake Trails Council and the Rotary Club Join Forces for the Biggest Expo Yet!
Adventure Outdoors Expo
Friday May 8th Noon til 6p.m.
Saturday May 9th 9 to 5 p.m.
Ride Like a Mountain Man Road Bike Ride...May 16th at 8 a.m.
Heber Springs Community Center
201 Bobbie Jean Lane
Heber Springs, AR
VENDORS inside and outside, demonstrations, food vendors, live music and more event announcemnts coming soon!
Free Admission with a small donation to the local boy scout troop for parking.
Adventure Outdoors Expo is an outdoor show that’s for outdoor enthusiasts. Reserve a booth(s) and take advantage of presenting your products/services to visitors of the Greers Ferry Lake and Little Red River area.
The two day Adventure Outdoors Expo will feature a variety of vendors, ranging from Hiking, Biking, Boating, Camping, RVing, Fishing, Kayaking, Paddle Board, Hunting, Canoeing, Off Road and more.
Arkansas Game and Fish Mobile Aquarium will be set up both days
Arkansas Army National Guard Inflatable Obstacle Course
Fly Casting demo, Dutch Oven cooking demonstration, Stand up Paddle Board demo, Outdoor Yoga class, Bike Maintenance & Repair, Paddling 101, Girls who Hike Arkansas, Tommy Cauley: Fishing Technics & Hummingbird Electronics, more events being added weekly.
Adventures Outdoors Expo Schedule
GREERS FERRY LAKE TRAILS COUNCIL
Make Sulphur Creek Trail “YOUR” legacy
for generations to come.
“Lets build this trail together.”
Greers Ferry Lake Trails Council is a “501c3” Non-profit organization. Your donations and gifts are 100% tax deductible!
The Greers Ferry Lake Trails Council(501c3 non-profit org.) in partnership with the City of Heber Springs are forging forward with a 9 mile multi-use trail system. The Sulphur Creek trail will connect several parts of the community in a very real way. Local citizens and thousands of visitors will be able to hike, bike or run from downtown Heber Springs to the ASU Heber Springs campus linking to the trails at Sugarloaf Mountain. The Sulphur Creek trail will also link downtown to the west on the old historical M and NA Railroad “right of way” (Bittle Road) and will make a loop back to the city with spurs to the Heber Springs Sports Complex and Bridal Veil Falls.
To date 1.5 mi of trail has been completed. The community at large has come together as volunteers to help clear trail saving the Council tens of thousands of dollars. Currently, 6 miles of trail easements are ready for trail to be built and a 79’ pedestrian bridge is ready to be installed across Sulphur Creek west of town. The cost for prep work and installation of the pedestrian bridge is estimated around $150,000. All proceeds from the Adventure Outdoors Expo will be used to install bridges, and build more trail.
FACT: Studies show a significant rise in diabetes in all age categories along with obesity, heart disease and mental health issues due to lack of exercise. Facts also show bicycling is growing in popularity for commuting and fitness. Trails are a smart economic move toward a healthier lifestyle and improved quality of life for the Greers Ferry Lake and Little Red River area. To learn more, visit the GFLTC website.
The mission of the GFLTC is to plan, build, operate and maintain multi-use trails in the Greers Ferry Lake area which promote fitness and enhance transportation, the local economy and community relations. (please put at the bottom of each page)
GFLTC is raising money to place this bridge over Sulphur Creek on the Trail.
Sulphur Creek Trail from 4th street to South Broadway.
Rotary club of cleburne county
The Rotary Club of Cleburne County was formed in 1990 to bring together dedicated individuals to exchange ideas, build relationships, and take action. Rotary is made up of three parts: at the heart of Rotary are our clubs, that are supported by Rotary International and The Rotary Foundation.
Rotary International supports Rotary clubs worldwide by coordinating global programs, campaigns, and initiatives. Our 1.2 million members are the heart of our service efforts and share a dedication to the ideal of Service Above Self.
The Rotary Foundation is a nonprofit corporation that promotes world understanding through humanitarian service as well as educational and cultural exchanges. The Foundation ensures we can continue our efforts for generations to come.
The Rotary Club of Cleburne County holds fundraisers to raise money for projects, scholarships and grants given to agencies that qualify, in an effort to strengthen our community.