Thank You, Mr. Turkey!

Visitor Center 20201 East Hwy 12, Rogers, AR

The wild turkey is a great conservation success story.

Leave No Trace: The 7 Principles

Visitor Center 20201 East Hwy 12, Rogers, AR

The choices you make when you are outside make a big difference.

The Ozark Chinquapin Tree

Visitor Center 20201 East Hwy 12, Rogers, AR

Learn from Park Interpreter Steve why this rare tree, once common in the Ozarks, is so important and what we are doing at Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area to try and save it.

The 8 “Ates” Hike

Ozark Plateau Trail 20201 East Hwy 12, Rogers, AR

How does wildlife survive the cold winter months? Hibernate is just one of the “ates”!

Eagle Watch Tour

Join an interpreter on our pontoon boat as we cruise beautiful Beaver Lake to view and learn about our national symbol, the bald eagle, and other wildlife

$7.5 – $15

Eagle Watch Tour

Join an interpreter on our pontoon boat as we cruise beautiful Beaver Lake to view and learn about our national symbol, the bald eagle, and other wildlife

$7.5 – $15

Green Friday

Ozark Plateau Trail 20201 East Hwy 12, Rogers, AR

Join us for a fun alternative to shopping on Black Friday by getting outdoors in nature with your family and friends!

Black Bear Hike

Ozark Plateau Trail 20201 East Hwy 12, Rogers, AR

Black Bears were once so plentiful in Arkansas that our state was known as the Bear State.

Geocaching: The World’s Largest Treasure Hunt

Visitor Center 20201 East Hwy 12, Rogers, AR

Ever heard of geocaching? This fun activity for ALL ages combines getting outside, GPS technology and clues to create a world-wide treasure hunt for prizes or “swag”.

Eagle Watch Tour

Join an interpreter on our pontoon boat as we cruise beautiful Beaver Lake to view and learn about our national symbol, the bald eagle, and other wildlife

$7.5 – $15

Thank You, Mr. Turkey!

Visitor Center 20201 East Hwy 12, Rogers, AR

The wild turkey is a great conservation success story.

The 8 “Ates” Hike

Ozark Plateau Trail 20201 East Hwy 12, Rogers, AR

How does wildlife survive the cold winter months? Hibernate is just one of the “ates”!