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Hobbs State Park Interpreter Says There is Still Room for Snorkelers in July and August

20 Jul 2017 11:21 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Rebekah Penny, Hobbs State Park interpreter, loves to snorkel.  She will be the instructor on the Hobbs July and August snorkeling tours on Beaver Lake.  Penny said, “Snorkeling on beaver is a great time outside, an incredible underwater learning experience, and 100% fun.  You’re going to want to be wet during the two hottest months of the year.  What better way to do that than to snorkel?”

Please note the different days of the week for this activity.

When:

Tuesday July 25            1-4 pm

Friday July 28               1-4 pm

Friday August 4            1-4 pm

Thursday August 10    1-4 pm

Friday August 25          1-4 pm

Thursday August 31     1-4 pm

Wear appropriate clothing for swimming, including water shoes, and sunscreen.  Participants must wear a life jacket.  All participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult, and the adult must be in the water.  Life jackets, masks, and snorkels provided.

Where:  All participants meet at Rock Branch Marina, 8872 Rocky Branch                  Marina Road, Rogers, Arkansas 72756 (Hwy. 12 to 303 north, to                      Rocky Branch Marina Road)

Cost:     $20 Adults (13 and up)
                $10 Child (Up thru age 12)

Preregistration and payment required.  To register call:  479-789-5000

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