To plan, build, operate and maintain multi-use trails in the Greers Ferry Lake area which promote fitness and enhhance transportation, the local economy and community relations
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Greers Ferry Lake Trails Council
P.O. Box 74, Heber Springs, AR 72543
Check out the newly
renovated Jeff Anderson Memorial Trail at Sandy Beach, a partership of the Cleburne County Road Department and the City of Heber Springs.
"A partnership between YOU, Greers Ferry Lake Trail Council (501c3 Non Profit) and the City of Heber Springs"
*Report from the Trust for America's Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
A $2 million capital campaign is currently in progress.
Not every generation has been up to the challenge but WE are ready now.
* "Multi-use trails"ranked #2 on the survey (2005) as a need and want for the area.
*Type 2 diabetes and obesity cases are significantly on the rise in Arkansas. Outdoor exercise plays a key role in treating diabetes and the presence of a "trail" encourages activity.
* A multi-use trail adds immeasurablly in the quality of life, providing safe recreation and alternative transportation.
Can you imagine 9 continuious miles of multi use trail in the Heber Springs area?
The construction of the Sulphur Creek Trail is demonstrating smart economic development as well as providing a place for virtually everyone to get outside, enjoy nature and improve the overall health of the community. The trail will only be possible by landowner easements and YOU.
Meet Jean Ann Lee, avid cyclist and Heber Springs cross country and track teams. Winners of several Triple Crowns and winners of the State Championship indoor and outdoor many years in a row. These kids are living the perfect example of a healthy lifestyle.