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ATV Rally - Byrds Adventure AR

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When:03/23/2007 at 09:00 am

Where: Byrds Adventure Center

7037 Cass Oark Road

Ozark Arkansas, 72949

United States

Email Contact: [email protected]

Join the Oklahoma Dirt-Slingers at the third annual Spring ATV Rally in the beautiful Mulberry Valley. The folks at Byrd’s Adventure Center are gearing up to show your family a great time in the Ozark Mountains! Located only an hour from Fort Smith, Fayetteville, and Russellville, this event offers trail rides for all skill levels, games for adults and kids, ATV demos, great food, prizes, and more. Be sure to bring your camping gear, fishing pole, frisbee, and of course, your ATV!

Cost: $30 per person

(includes weekend camping and Saturday dinner)

Kids 10 and under FREE!

RV hookups Available

Trails for Kids

Bring the Family!

Questions or Reservations Call: (479) 667-4066 or check our site for details Oklahoma Dirt-Slingers

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