Originally developed to help Boy Scouts get a badge, the Flapjack 20 is a 20-mile night hike that takes place on the Cane Creek Lake Trail. It is now open to the public for everyone to enjoy. Strike out on this nighttime adventure on February 11 and see what the wilderness holds after the sun goes down. Multiple extraction checkpoints mean that you do not have to complete the full 20 miles. Just do what you can.

Participants must sign up at the park or over the phone by Thursday, February 10. Check in for the hike will begin at 7:30 p.m. and announcements will be made at 8 p.m. before you head out. Once you finish, come back to the meeting place at Cane Creek’s Pavilion #1 for a campfire, and a well-earned flapjack breakfast. Trained park personnel will be available at all times. A hiker fee covers your registration and meal.

For more information, please contact Assistant Superintendent Sarah Reap at (870) 628-4714 or email at [email protected]

Cane Creek State Park
50 State Park Road
Star City, AR 71667