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State Park-Conservation Area

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Celebrate Leopold Day at Hobbs!
Saturday, March 2nd, 9AM-4PM

Leopold Day honors the Father of Wildlife Ecology, Aldo Leopold. Join us as we celebrate the 70th anniversary of his book, A Sand County Almanac.

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM:  Trail Work Day: Want to help make a difference at YOUR state park? Join park staff and volunteers as we do light repair work on some of our hiking trails at Hobbs. Wear sturdy shoes and  bring work gloves and a water bottle. No children younger than age 10, please. Meet at the Visitor Center.

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM: Shaddox Hollow Trail Hike: Join Park Interpreter Chris on this 1.5 mile, moderately difficult loop through Shaddox Hollow as we see what we can discover in nature during late winter. Perhaps there will already be some signs of spring, if we’re lucky! Meet at the Shaddox Hollow trailhead, wear sturdy shoes and bring water.

1:00 – 3:00 PM: Invasive Species Work Day: Want to make a difference at YOUR state park? Join park staff and volunteers as we remove invasive plants along our hiking trails at Hobbs. Wear sturdy shoes and bring work gloves, pruners or loppers, and a water bottle. No children younger than age 10, please. Meet at the Sinking Stream trailhead.

3:00 – 4:00 PM: Conservation: A State of Harmony Between Men and Land: Marson Nance with the Northwest Arkansas Land Trust will give this special presentation to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Aldo Leopold’s book, A Sand County Almanac.   


Upcoming events


EVENTS & HAPPENINGS 

Events at Hobbs are wide-ranging. Guided trail tours, Beaver Lake Cruises, Guest Speaker Series, and an incredible array of classroom programs for both adults and children are regular events at the park. On the following pages you will find descriptions and dates for all of the many activities at Hobbs.  Read more


SO MUCH TO SEE AND DO! 

Only minutes away from the busy and noisy sounds of urban life, more that 12.000 acres of Arkansas nature beckons. Long ridges, steep hollows, wildlife and wild flowers, unique geography and unique history -- it's all here.   Read more 


Copyright 2019- Friends of Hobbs State Park - Conservation Area is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. 
Send mail to: PO Box 802, Rogers, Arkansas 72757-0802
Located at: 20201 East Hwy 12 - Rogers, Arkansas 72756

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