FIREBALL RUN: America's Frontier

FIREBALL RUN: America's Frontier

Frisco, Texas to Independence, Missouri
Camden, AR, Ardmore, OK, Enid, OK, Bentonville, AR, Pulaski County, MO, Sedalia, MO

Premieres Dec 2015: Season 8 takes raw hide to new heights. Beginning in Frisco, Texas and finishing in Independence, Missouri, 40 driving teams compete in the Most Legendary Adventurally in America. Mayor vs Astronaut vs State Representative vs International Hot Rod Association vs Cow Girls? It will be dramatic, it will be hilarious, it will be epic, but most of all- it will be REAL. This ain't Reality TV. Watch it here or on Netflix, AmazonFireTV, Roku, Smart TV, iTunes, NEOTV and GooglePlay.

Featured Destinations

Frisco TX

Located 20 minutes north of Dallas, Frisco is an emerging go-to place for family fun in the DFW Metroplex. When you think of Frisco, we want you to think in terms of repeat visits and memorable experiences. Sports, shopping, festivals, dining and arts and culture are at the core of our year-round events and attractions. We’re also happy to announce two new unique and spectacular additions: the future location of the Dallas Cowboys World Corporate Headquarters & Training Facility and iFLY Indoor Skydiving. With 8 million square feet of shopping and hundreds of dining options, it might take a few days to cover everything from Stonebriar Centre, one of the largest malls in the Southwest to the Centre at Preston Ridge to unique boutiques to the only IKEA in North Texas. Indoor go kart racing, two major concert and entertainment venues (Toyota Stadium & Dr Pepper Arena), The Museum of the American Railroad in a blooming cultural district, four golf courses, four professional sports teams, a one-of-a-kind indoor luxury gun range all add to Frisco’s reputation as a fun place to visit.

Camden AR

We welcome participants and fans of Fireball Run to our Camden - "Queen City of the Ouachita" and "Where History Lives". Located on the banks of the Ouachita River, outdoor activities are abundant. We are also home to Camark Pottery and Grapette soda and are known for our southern hospitality. While visiting we encourage you to tour our two historical districts and over 20 sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The McCollum-Chidester House Museum was home to both the Union and Confederate troops during the Civil War and the Battle of Poison Springs will celebrate it's sesquicentennial in April of 2014. While visiting Camden you will also enjoy the many independently owned restaurants and specialty shops that make our community a unique travel destination. Local events include the Daffodil Festival in the spring and the BPW Barn Sale in the fall as well as the largest Juneteenth celebration in South Arkansas. Our industry base consists of timber and of defense companies, most of which are located in Highland Industrial Park. We hope your visit to our area is enjoyable and that you visit us often.

Ardmore OK

Ardmore - With so much to see and do in and around Ardmore, you'll discover why "more" is part of our name. Whether your tastes run toward a trek in the great outdoors, a casual stroll through antique stores and boutiques, a thrilling afternoon at the casino, relaxing under a sparkling waterfall or playing a round of golf, Ardmore is the perfect hub for your next Southern Oklahoma getaway. Framed by the beauty of the ancient Arbuckle Mountains to the north and the beautiful waters of Lake Murray to the south, you'll find adventure in every direction. And, it's easy to get here. Ardmore is conveniently located off I-35, less than 90 minutes from Oklahoma City and Dallas. Ardmore is the ideal blend of southern charm and bustling city. Explore the turn-of-the-century downtown complete with brick sidewalks and period street lamps. New businesses and restaurants are flourishing in the historic district. Tour the Greater Southwest Historical Museum for a trip back in time or the Charles B. Goddard Center for art galleries, concerts and plays. Visit for more details on the many things to do in Ardmore!

Enid OK

Five reasons to Visit Enid 1. “Lonesome Dove” meets “Far and Away.” Enid is at the crossroads of two significant events in our nation’s development, the Chisholm Trail & Cherokee Outlet Land Run. 2. Learn about David E George, a drifter who on his death bed in 1903 claimed he was John Wilkes Booth. 3. An 80% replica of the Vietnam Wall in Washington, DC is on permanent display at Woodring Regional Airport. 4. Enid has 21 listings on the National Register of Historic Places. 5. Simpson's Old Time Museum is actually a movie studio where six full-length Western movies have been filmed.

Bentonville AR

Located in the northwest corner of the state of Arkansas, Bentonville has long been known as the home of Walmart Stores, Inc. In November 2011, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art opened and transformed Bentonville from a business destination to an arts and cultural leisure destination. Since the two years that it opened the Museum has welcomed over one million visitors who enjoy viewing iconic images like Norman Rockwell's "Rosie the Riveter" and Andy Warhol's "Dolly." Experience the city’s newest attraction, 21c Museum Hotel where contemporary art and the culinary arts collide. Venture through interactive sculpture trails that connect Crystal Bridges to downtown Bentonville and discover the Walmart Museum where travelers’ entrepreneurial spirits are inspired by the success story of Sam Walton and Walmart Stores, Inc. End the day’s tour with inspiring finds at the Museum of Native American History as visitors walk through America’s past. Visit Bentonville!

Independence MO

A town rich in history and honest values, Independence is also the starting point of the Westward movement. Just 20 minutes from downtown Kansas City, it has a population of 117,000 with a small-town feel. Home of the National Frontier Trails Museum, Independence was the jumping off point for five of the Westward trails, including Lewis and Clark’s Corps of Discovery. And in a salute to the Santa Fe, California and Oregon Trails, each Labor Day Weekend for 42 years the Historic Independence Square has filled with vendors, music, arts and food for SantaCaliGon Days. While Independence is more than historic buildings, there is much pride in the Harry S Truman Library and Museum, the Midwest Genealogy Center, the Vaile Mansion as well as the Bingham-Waggoner Estate. Independence, Missouri was built on the pride of the people that call it home, including President Harry S Truman. Its residents are down-to-earth, hard-working folks who are proud of their history, excited about their future, and welcome visitors with friendly

Pulaski County MO

Perfectly located in the heart of Missouri's Interstate 44 corridor, Pulaski County is the center of your Ozark adventure. Bursting with small-town Americana, Pulaski's cities of Crocker, Dixon, Fort Leonard Wood, Richland, Saint Robert, & Waynesville each have their own captivating history, culture and hidden treasures- and each community revels in the natural, vibrant beauty of its surroundings. Outdoor enthusiasts know that within minutes you could be fishing, hunting, canoeing, kayaking, golfing, or exploring a prehistoric cave. Waynesville, the county seat, and Pulaski's oldest community has a vibrant, historic downtown that is infused with arts, entertainment, great food, culture, and Midwestern hospitality with small-town charm. Situated on legendary Route 66, the city boasts two museums and ties to the days of stagecoaches- and a dash of Civil War history. Some people say that Pulaski County is always celebrating something. Actually, they're right! Families love Old Settlers Day, Railroad Days, two County Fairs, rodeos, Frogtober Fest and Cow Days.

Sedalia MO

Gentle rolling hills and prairie beckons you to come and play in Sedalia, located on Highways 65 and 50, only 18 miles south of Interstate 70 in west central Missouri. Each year for eleven days in mid-August the Missouri State Fair features “the Best of The Best” in agriculture. The Fairgrounds also plays host to camping rallies, sports tournaments and trade shows. Sedalia is recognized as the birthplace of Ragtime music and celebrates with an annual June festival. Katy Trail State Park is the longest U.S.rails-to-trails park showcasing some of Missouri’s most beautiful scenery. The Katy Depot Historic Site serves as Sedalia’s Welcome Center, gift store, and interpretive center. At Fairgrounds corner is Sedalia’s newest landmark, Trails End. It commemorates cattle drive and railroad heritage. The strong history as a railroad center positioned Sedalia as a cattle drive destination.The 1960's television show, Rawhide, depicted the life of the cowboy and the romance of the cattle drive era as they headed to Sedalia.