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Trail Work Party at Burns Park

Trail Work Party at Burns Park

Join us to reopen the trail adjacent to the Hospitality House at Burns Park. Bonus, you’ll have plenty of time to help out, have some lunch, and still get to

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Burns Park is Back...Kinda' The case, Sackett v. EPA, dealt with which waters are protected under the federal Clean Water Act. James Brandenburg, chair of the Arkansas chapter of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers, said the ruling will..." https://www.arkansasoutside.com/duck-hunting-faces-environmental-crossroads-after-spring-scotus-ruling/

Burns Park is Back…Kinda’

Some hiking, mountain biking, and equestrian trails have reopened at Burns Park in North Little Rock. On March 31, 2023, 8 months ago, an EF3 tornado with winds up to

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Mountain Biking in Burns Park.

Burns Park Trail User Update

According to the City of North Little Rock website, “Burns Park is one of the largest municipal parks in the state with more than 1600 acres of tennis courts, multi-use

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Dangerous Cliffs

The All-BUT-Carp Challenge

Every once in a blue supermoon, I get an idea in my head to do some unique, crazy-ass bicycle ride that’s never been done before.  3 years ago (the date

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Iron Mountain Saves the Day

The Riverside Classic Mountain Bike Race has taken place in the middle of Summer at Burns Park in North Little Rock for years. A 5 mile to 7 mile course

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Back and Forth and Back Again

When a race has been around as long as the Ark 5K (since 1983) it can go through some changes over the years, various names, sponsorships and venues. As the

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Pure Joy

Apparently I missed out on being asked the question of the day posed by Katie McManners at the Go!Mile, which was “What does being here today mean to you?”.  I

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