Brock Creek Trails For ATV Riding
The 2nd most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Arkansas.
Saturday 30 July 2016 03:32 GMT
Northwest of Little Rock and west of Clinton in the Ozark National Forest, the Brock Creek Trail system has 60 miles of trails open to ATV riding.
The ATV riding trail system for Brock Creek ATV Trails is east of the town of Hector and north of the town of Jerusalem. Use either the Zing Trailhead Parking area or the Brock Creek Campground Parking area near Brock Creek Lake. To reach the ATV riding trails from Jerusalem, head north on Jerusalem Road (FS1305) for 7 miles to Brock Creek Campground. To reach Zing Trailhead, take Conway County Road 32 north from Jerusalem for 6 miles then turn right on Van Buren County Road 226 for 1 mile then left on Van Buren County Road 423 for 1.5 miles, trailhead is on the left. Mountain Man Trailhead is 3 miles past Zing Trailhead on the right. To reach Austin Trailhead, take Conway County Road 32 north from Jerusalem for 10 miles turn right on Van Buren County Road 2 for 1.5 miles, trailhead is on the right.
On the trail map, off-road motorcycle trails are marked in blue dotted lines and ATV trails are marked in gold solid lines.
Note: As of September 2007, ATV Riding is only permitted on designated Forest Service roads. Make sure to contact the Ozark National Forest HQ to obtain a map showning these roads at (479) 964-7200.
Overall, Brock Creek Trails is the 2nd most popular ATV riding trail of all 12 ATV trails in Arkansas. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Brock Creek Trails including Huckleberry Mountain Trail, Moccasin Gap Trail and Mill Creek Trail System.