Featured ATV TRAILS
Southeast of Fayetteville in the Ozark National Forest, the Mill Creek Trail system consists of 27 miles of loops through remote, spectacular mountainous terrain, scenic, lush upland hardwood forest, unique rock out-croppings. The trail leads the rider through remote areas of the Ozark National Forest and features spectacular mountainous terrain, scenic views, lush upland hardwood forests, unique rock outcroppings and clear mountain streams. The main trail and inside loops are connected to accommodate riders who want to vary the length of their trips.
Southeast of Mena and west of Hot Springs in the Ouachita National Forest, the Wolf Pen Gap ATV area has 41 miles of loop trails. Featuring high mountain vistas, the trail leads the rider through an array of areas, including scenic Gap Creek and Board Camp Creek. The trail continues through a forest of large pines and hardwoods before passing the unique 2-foot tall oak tree and an abandoned mine shaft.
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.
Southwest of Little Rock and west of Kirby, the Bear Creek Trail is a 31 mile ATV trail system. The trails roll along the eastern shore of Lake Greeson through wooded hills.
Near Jonesboro, the Craighead Forest ATV Park has a 25 acre area with trails for ATV riding. All ATV riding in Craighead Forest Park must be outside the park loop road.
Near Fort Smith, the Twin City ATV Park has 100 miles of trails on 300 acres. Features include sand dunes by the Arkansas River, open areas and about 100 acres of forested land. There are several muddy and sandy areas to play in after rains.
Southwest of Little Rock and northeast of Hot Springs, the Superlift ORV Park has 1250 acres open to ATV riding. All trail entrances are mapped and difficulty rated for each vehicle type (4WD vehicle, ATV, motorcycle).
South of Fort Smith and Hartford in the Ouachita National Forest, the Poteau Mountain Trail is a multi-use trail open to OHV users. This 22 mile trail is a lesser known area and there are no maps available. There is currently no designated trailhead parking area. All parking is along the road side.