The heat is on. It might only be May but Mother Nature is acting like it's June or July. The good news is that means it's time for snow cones. In our area there is no better way to cool down quickly is with a very cool treat. Here is a list of snow cone huts in our area.

In Texarkana

Southern Tropics Shaved Ice 

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Southern Tropics was founded in 1988. Remember the little green stand? They're located at 116 East 35 Street in Texarkana, Ark. is open from noon to 9 PM Monday - Saturday and Sundays 2 PM to 9 PM. See them on Facebook too. 

Lovell's Snow Cones

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Located at 5535 Pleasant Grove Road. Open from 3 PM to 8 PM. Be sure to check out their blended watermelon drink.

Wake Village Shaved Ice

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Also affectionately known as 'Cheetah's' is located at 800 N. Kings Highway in Wake Village open Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday 1 PM - 9 PM. On Thursday & Friday, they are open from 1 PM-8 PM. Saturday noon to 8 PM and Sunday 1 PM to 9 PM. You can call  (903) 278-8174 for more information or their Facebook page. Word has it that the kids love to get gummy bears on top of their snow cones.

 

Angie's SNOW HUT in Ashdown 

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Angie's is located across from Little River Memorial Hospital at 540 W Locke St. in Ashdown, Ar. They've been in business for 22 years and have over 1,000 flavor combinations, specialty drinks, rolled ice cream and nutritional smoothies too. Open 7 days a week. 2 PM to 8 PM. Call them at (870) 571-9772 Check them out on Facebook.

Kona Ice of Texarkana

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 This one is mobile and you'll see it in different places. If you'd like to know where it is or like to schedule it for an event or fundraiser just give them a call at (903) 293-0123. On Twitter @konaiceoftexarkana 

 

Did we miss one? Let us know and we'll be sure to add it to the list. Email me at Lisa.Lindsey@townsquaremedia.com

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