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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by advmgm, Dec 29, 2018.
what is the web sight to register?
www.marblefallssarkansas.com is how I found the info. Enjoy
I updated the first post in this thread with that information.
With this much rain, i'm figuring either pontoons, life jacket or an air bag for my DRZ. Just thinking , y'all can stop the rain dance anytime for Arkansas !
Got my reservation in, now to get pig fixed.....
Room at the Hub booked.
I too booked a room at the Hotel.
Have my reservation.
Since I might be attending this year, I took last year's tracks tidied them up and added some waypoints. Mike asked me to post these. Here you go. This is a single file that contains tracks and most waypoints.
I've updated this on 4-1-19 to include all of the tracks referenced below that were added or corrected.
These are the individual tracks broken out with no waypoints.
some of these are variations or "b" versions if you want a little longer ride
This is a master list of waypoints I've collected of the area. Gas, Food, Camping, POIs... pretty much everything.
Here's an overview of all the tracks, no waypoints.
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Here are the tracks in a Google map if you want to search for things nearby. Also good to use the satellite view and see what adventures await!
I'm going to add one more thing. This is a small bike track from O'Leary's Long Pool ride. For those on smaller bikes wanting a little more challenge, a portion of this track could be tied into one of the other tracks that heads south.
This is great @guavadude! Find me because I owe you many beers.
I might go this route as well. Are there enough sites to show up and grab one or does this place sell out? I’d kinda like to wait and watch the weather since it’s such a long haul up there from DFW. I glanced at their site and it looks like a great place. Seems like camping at the resort will be grassy knoll style. I want to get some fire smoke on me too.
Camping sites are either pea gravel or grass. The owners are great and facility is top notch/recently renovated.
I'd make a reservation if I were you. Not sure if they sell out but last year it was pretty full IIRC.
Worst case scenario is camp at the Hub. It's not bad either. Just no fire which I'm really hung up on.
Here's another option for the southern route to Hwy 7. Since I'd more than likely only have two full days to ride, I'd like to do the sw route to Oark one day (Hillbilly18-2 169 Hub_Oark _SW) and the southern route to hwy 7 the other day. Since those two share the same roads on the upper section return leg, I changed it up so that they are different, borrowing from the eastern route. I labeled this as Hillbilly18-3c 175 Hub_Hwy7_S since it's just a variation on the previous #3 track.
Also note that some of these waypoints like a downed tree or closed road more than likely will be open by now. When in doubt ask Mike. He knows this area inside and out.