As the end of the month and June approaches, more businesses are reopening or announcing plans to reopen. Some include popular attractions across the state like the Crater of Diamonds State Park, Magic Springs, Topgolf and Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge. AY About You will be updating this list as new venues open up.
Friday, May 22:
- Crater of Diamonds State Park: Admission will be limited to 500 people per day and tickets are available online. Tickets may also be purchased in the visitor center where the maximum occupancy is 15 people.
Monday, May 25:
- Topgolf Northwest Arkansas (10 a.m. – 11 p.m): All outdoor hitting bays will be limited to six people each. There will be a protective bay dividers with 11 feet of space between bays. Golf clubs, golf balls, game screens and other frequently touched bay surfaces will be disinfected between each group. Furthermore, associates will be screened prior to their shifts and be required to wear a mask at all times.
Monday, June 1:
- Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge: Tours will be at 10 a.m., 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. seven days a week. While each tour can accommodate 60 people, they will be broken up into groups of 10. Walk-ins are welcome, but online reservations are recommended to guarantee a tour at your desired time.
- Magic Springs: If its plan is approved, the water park at Magic Springs will be allowed to open at 50 percent capacity. The company added a Facebook event for its reopening day on June 1 and more information can be found here.