Ride into the enchantment of yesteryear in Hardy, Arkansas. Wind through the Ozark hills to this biker-friendly, historic town situated on the banks of the Spring River.
Cruise past homes and businesses on the National Register of Historic Places, then park your bike and explore the downtown shops on Main Street featuring collectibles, crafts and handmade items from local artisans. Stop in one of the local restaurants for some great food and live music. Check out the Hardy History Museum and see the turn-of-the-century 6,000 pound bank safe and Hardy’s first printing press, along with lots of interesting displays about the history of Hardy, the Spring River, the resorts, and the railroad.
Spend the night at a historic bed & breakfast, hotel, riverside cabin or, for the more adventurous, pitch a tent in a campground.
You won’t want to miss the 16-mile ride from Hardy north on Hwy. 63 to Mammoth Spring. You’re sure to enjoy the hills and curves found on this stretch of Ozarks road.
With gorgeous scenery and tons to see and do, Hardy is the perfect destination for motorcycle enthusiasts.