Eureka Springs, Arkansas—In conjunction with the Walton Family Foundation and the Eureka Springs Parks and Recreation Commission, the newest downhill mountain biking trails at Lake Leatherwood will officially open June 14, at 10:00 AM with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Members of the Walton Family Foundation, Eureka Springs Parks Director, Justin Huss; members of the Eureka Springs Parks and Recreation Commission; the City Advertising and Promotion Commission; as well as members of the Mayor’s Office and City Council will be on hand for the ribbon cutting.
The event will be held at the Cabin on Bear Mountain, just south of the old Anglers Restaurant and across Highway 62, just West of Lake Leatherwood.
Limited free shuttle downhill service will be provided, as well as light refreshments provided by Mud Street Café and Annex.
Need a special romantic getaway B&B to stay in while you bike the trails? Heart of the Hills Inn is just the place. Plan for relaxation, refreshment and maybe even some romance while you enjoy the wonderful bike and walking trails in this town.