Crews are allowed only at the following aid stations: Start/Finish, Lake Sylvia (outbound), Lake Winona, Powerline, and Copperhead Road (previously known as Chile Pepper). There are no exceptions.
For the Lake Sylvia aid station, crews must leave vehicles parked at Camp Ouachita or the Lake Sylvia Day area and walk to the aid station. No cars can be parked on the road near the aid station at any time.
For the Lake Winona, Powerline, and Copperhead Road aid stations, please adhere to the following:
One crew vehicle per runner; if crews for more than one runner can carpool that would be great.
All crew cars must be parked on one side of the road, as marked at the aid station.
At the Lake Winona aid station, it is imperative that you stay within the designated confines of the aid station. DO NOT venture onto the Lake Winona levy.
Crews must abide by the instructions of aid station personnel.
Dogs are allowed at the aid stations if on a leash, but must be kept away from the aid station tables.
No alcoholic beverages are permitted on Forest Service land. The entire Arkansas Traveller race course is on Forest Service land.
DRIVE CAREFULLY. There is always the chance of meeting other traffic (including logging trucks) on these narrow roads. Is is not difficult to traverse the routes between stations in time to meet your runner.
Crews should plan accordingly for these food, gas, ice, and grocery options during the race:
Near race headquarters, there is Williams Junction Store. It does NOT stay open late.
Perryville (approximately 10 miles from race headquarters) has more options, but no open-all-night stores.
Hot Springs Village area has many food and gas options, including a 24-hr Wal-Mart Supercenter.