VROC Reunion Rally 2015: Beaver Town Bridge Ride
Today is Day 8 of our 13-day vacation. We are in Eureka Springs, AR attending the annual Vulcan Riders and Owners Club (VROC) Reunion motorcycle rally.
Bob and I went for a short motorcycle sightseeing ride this morning.
We rode over Beaver Bridge.
I read that this bridge is referred to as the “Little Golden Gate Bridge”.
The Beaver Bridge is the only suspension bridge open to traffic in Arkansas. The bridge carries Arkansas Highway 187 over the White River. The Beaver Bridge was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.
We followed Arkansas Highway 187 to Beaver Lake.
Beaver Lake is a man-made reservoir and is formed by a dam across the White River. Beaver Lake has over 450 miles of natural shoreline. We saw only a small part of Beaver Lake.
Very soon after taking the photograph of Beaver Lake shown above, we crossed over the Beaver Dam.
We returned to our hotel, the Motel 62, in Eureka Springs around 11:00 am. We spent rest of the day at the hotel.
One Response to “VROC Reunion Rally 2015: Beaver Town Bridge Ride”
You saw some beautiful scenery on your ride. I really like your picture of the bridge with its reflection in the water..