U.S. Congressman Bruce Westerman says it’s time for campers and Albert Pike’s frequent visitors to get back to the outdoors.
The Albert Pike Recreation Area was closed after a major flash flood killed 20 people on June 11, 2010.
While seeing a snake in one’s yard can be frightening at first, non-venomous snakes can be an asset to homeowners. They help control other wildlife on the property, preying on rodents, insects, toads, frogs, crayfish, minnows, and even other snakes.
The Arkansas 4-H program is offering three-day camps meant to introduce children as young as 5 to the joys of camping — along with their parent or guardian.