Few Hours | 3 Stops
This adventure is hosted by Caitlin Wood, who describes herself as a "Tarot reader, astrologer, weirdo aunt located in Fayetteville, Arkansas." The route highlights a tucked-away coffeeshop connected to a trail along a creek, a wheelchair-accessible morning stroll surrounded by nature but centrally located in Fayetteville. Caitlin tops off the tour with a visit to a shop unique to Fayetteville - a farm-to-bottle syrup maker.
Low-Key Saturday Shenanigans
Author: Caitlin Wood of May Day Tarot
If you're looking for an accessible, low-cost, low-key adventure that blends indoor/outdoor activities, this is for you. Perfect for all ages/abilities. We caffeinated at Old Pine and then took a stroll on Mud Creek trail. Afterwards, to quench our thirst we headed over to Pink House Alchemy for some delicious mocktails.
Stop 1: Old Pine Coffee Roasters
Excellent coffee, tea and baked goods with a friendly atmosphere. Their outdoor patio looks out onto the Mud Creek trail. You can grab a coffee and directly access this accessible paved trail from the back patio.
Stop 2: Mud Creek Trail
This lovely accessible paved trail is great for a stroll, walk, or bicycle ride. If you're a nature person, looking for free entertainment, or simply looking for a way to get around the city without a car, the trail is an excellent option. Grab a coffee from Old Pine and enjoy the view.
Stop 3: Pink House Alchemy
Pink House Alchemy serves delicious drinks with their homemade small-batch syrups that I've unfortunately become addicted to. They also have coffee, snacks and sweet treats like churros and chocolate chip cookies. The space itself is airy, vibrant and colorful, often hosting fun events, like getting your aura photographed. (Of course I did this). This is a wonderful spot to hang out with friends, enjoy a mocktail or coffee, and maybe even do a tarot reading or two.
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