David's Trail will honor and remember
the contributions David
Floyd made to his community. It
will be a 50+ mile network of multiple-purpose trails located
on 100% public lands surrounding Lake Norfork and designed
to encourage an active lifestyle for all ages and abilities.
Contributions to the Friends
of David - Trail Fund will
support the design, layout and building of the David's
Trail System. The shoreline trails, located near Mountain Home
in north central Arkansas, will have handicap-accessible
paved loops, graveled woodland sections and lakeshore trails
with natural surfaces.
David's Trail uses
will include, but are not limited to outdoor activity & exercise
(walking, swimming, running,
biking, hiking, fishing, camping); pet
exercise; wildlife & bird
photography (butterflies, wildflowers, landscapes,
etc.); social activities and education events & group
This is a Challenge Partnership Agreement
between the U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers and Friends of David - a Trail
Fund to Encourage an Active Lifestyle, Inc., a 501(c)(3)
tax-exempt organization. The Corps will provide training,
advice and guidance to design, layout and maintain a network
of multiple-use trails. Friends of David will provide fundraising
to build and maintain David's Trail. We both will promote
usage of David's Trail for outdoor recreations, outdoor exercise
and outdoor activities to encourage an active lifestyle.
Directions to David's Trail - Panther Bay Trail Head:
Located 9 miles east of Mountain Home on U.S. Highway 62, then 1 mile north on State Highway 101. Turn right at Panther Bay sign, then take the first left.