Earth Day is an annual event where family-centered activities are held worldwide to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network and celebrated in more than 192 countries each year.
Hobbs State Park – Conservation Area celebrates Earth Day on Saturday April 14th throughout the Park.
9:00 am – 10:30 am: Birds N Breakfast
U of A catches and releases song birds. Bring your camera and have coffee, juice, and muffins on us. (Visitor Center)
10:30 am: Fun with Mother Nature (Visitor Center)
11:00 am: Shaddox Hollow Nature Hike (Shaddox Hollow Trailhead)
11:30 am: Tale of the Turtle (Visitor Center)
1:00 pm: Sinking Stream Hike (Sinking Stream Trailhead)
1:30 pm: Arkansas Symbols (Visitor Center)
2:30 pm: Joy of Discovery (Visitor Center)
3:00 pm: Galls
All Day: Scavenger Hunts (Main desk in lobby of the visitor center)
All Hobbs Earth Day activities are Free. For more information, questions, or directions call: 479-789-5000