Mulberry Mountain is in a remote location, which means you’re about to embark on a long, but rewarding journey. You’ll either want to book a flight to Fort Smith Regional Airport or Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport. From there, rent a car or join a carpool and hop on Arkansas Highway 23, a north-south state highway that cuts through Ozark National Forest, to get to the resort.
This is the perfect time of year – and location – to go camping. You can bring your own gear or go to the festival’s website to rent a tent setup and other necessary camping supplies. Don’t forget to bring a hammock if you want to lounge around and soak up the natural surroundings.
The TC Lane Foundation
In honor of the festival’s founder, Trevor Lane, who passed away while at college, the TC Lane Foundation was created to help kids in need of computers and school supplies. The foundation has also done work for other non-profits including CannedWater4Kids, Trees for the Future, and numerous local food drives.