New episode first Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m.
Before coming to AETN, Chuck Dovish was mainly known for his "Travelin' Arkansas" segments which aired on KTHV-Channel 11 for more than 25 years. Since October of 2005, Chuck has been producing and hosting "Exploring Arkansas" which showcases all the high adventure the Natural State has to offer. This one-of-a-kind program features the most breathtaking and spectacular sights in Arkansas. There's extreme adventure like hang gliding, kayaking, rappelling, rock climbing, wild caving and not to mention some of Arkansas's best kept secrets such as secluded and scenic waterfalls.
Chuck has been exploring Arkansas for more than 40 years and continues to surprise and entertain viewers with his sights and subjects. His philosophy throughout the years has always been to illuminate the culture and heritage of Arkansas, in addition to conservation and preservation of the pristine outdoors of the Natural State. Exploring Arkansas was the 2009 recipient of the Sierra Club Conservation Award. Chuck says he's always trying to promote our great state in any way, shape or form that he can.
Wednesdays in April
- 4/25 Mt. Kessler, Cut-Off Creek, Memory Lane, Yurt Camping
The Rock City trail atop Mt. Kessler in Fayetteville is a popular hiking/mountain biking trail that offers a rather challenging excursion, if you happen to be on a mountain bike. Cut-Off Creek/Ravines Natural Area near Dermott is one of the best kayaking adventures in the state where you can explore several hundred year-old cypress trees. If you want to take a trip down memory lane, then Memory Lane Museum near Berryville is the place to go. What's a cross between tent camping and RVing ? -- Well, it's called a Yurt, and for some outdoor enthusiasts it's the only way to go camping!