Twenty years of volunteer trail advocacy in the Arkansas Ozarks

Brannon Pack Written by  Brannon Pack

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The #OORC is excited to celebrate twenty years of volunteer trail advocacy in the Arkansas Ozarks. Two decades of playing in the dirt!

Since 1997 our volunteers have been passionately advocating for, building, and maintaining trail while preserving green space by creating recreational opportunities.

We'll be celebrating throughout the year including at the 12th Annual Buffalo Headwaters Challenge, and a 20 year gala this fall highlighting the history of our organization and the story of Mountain Biking in Arkansas.

In addition, the OORC is overseeing new trail builds at Gregory Park in Fayetteville's mid-town, Black Bass Lake in Carroll County, City Lake in Siloam Springs, and Lake Greenwood in Greenwood Arkansas and we have more in the works.

We look forward to the next 20 years and continuing to foster recreational opportunities throughout the Arkansas Ozarks.

Come play in the dirt with us!

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