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Hiking

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    This trail system offers the visitor an opportunity to enjoy an easy nature walk with interpretive signs or venture to the Ouachita National recreation Trai...

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    This is the longest trail in the Ouachita National Forest spanning 192 miles across its entire length. In the west, the trail begins at Talimena State ...

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    Mt. Magazine is in Logan County, Arkansas, which is 55 miles southeast of Fort Smith. At 2,753 feet above sea level, it's the highest mountain in the state....

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    Located at the Robert S. Kerr Arboretum and Nature Center adjacent to the Talimena Scenic Drive are three interpretive trails. One features a variety of pla...

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    This trail offers the longest loop trail in Arkansas. A combination of the Little Missouri, the Athens- Big Fork and part of the Viles Branch Horse Tra...

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    This fully accessible trail is ideal for a short day hike. It leads you through a picturesque mature pine and hardwood forest. You will enjoy a fishing pond...

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    The trail follows the ridge line of Hole in the Ground Mountain. It offers views of the Petit Jean River Valley to the north and the Jack Creek Drainage to ...

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    Hikers may access the Cedar Lake Trail from any of the established camping areas. The trail hugs the shoreline and completely encircles Cedar Lake. This tra...

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    The Serendipity Interpretive Trail is highlighted by interpretive signs which identify forest vegetation, food plots, and wildlife ponds. They also tell how...

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    This interpretive trail has the first half mile surfaced and is accessible for wheel chairs, walkers, and other similar types of equipment. Along the trail,...

  • The 7.5 mile trail is located on the Wedington Unit, west of Fayetteville, Arkansas. (Boston Mountain Ranger District)

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  • This 14-mile trail follows North Sylamore Creek from Allison, Arkansas to Barkshed Recreation Area. It is located 8 miles northwest of Mtn. View, Arkansas. (Sylamore Ranger District). This trail sy...

  • This trail consists of two main loops that offer 40 miles of the most scenic horseback riding, hiking, and mountain biking opportunities in the Ozark National Forest. Deep winding valleys framed by...

  • The Brock Creek Trail is a multi-use trail system located on the Bayou Ranger District in the beautiful Ozark National Forest. The trail system consists of two major loops and many interconnecting loo...
  • The trail is located 5 miles southeast of Marianna, Arkansas. This .8 mile trail takes hikers across wooden bridges and through the beautiful and the unique Mississippi flood plain hardwood forests of...
  • This 1.2 mile loop trail overlooks the Illinois Bayou and features spectacular views. (Big Piney Ranger District - Hector Office) From Hector take Arkansas 27 north for 6 miles.

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  • The Apple Loop provides easy riding terrain along 11.9 miles of existing forest roads and old logging roads. This is marked with yellow sign posts and/or horseshoe-shaped paint marks on trees.

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  • The Syllamo Mountain Bike Trail is a series of interconnecting loops offering the mountain bike enthusiast 50 miles of trail, much of it single-track. The trail name dates back to an 1800s resident...

  • This 14-mile loop trail ambles along old railroad logging trams, traversing a wide array of habitat types from mature longleaf pine stands to bottomland hardwood drains. It offers captivating scenery ...
  • Brushy Mountain, Mountain Top, Rockhouse and Brushy Creek Trails, combined with the Ouachita National Recreation Trail, allow many opportunities for loop-trail hiking and biking, ranging from 3 to ...

  • The Ozark Highlands Trail roams 180 miles (290 km) through parts of seven counties in northwest Arkansas. It stretches from Lake Fort Smith State Park, across the Ozark National Forest, to the Buff...

  • The Bayou Ranger District is located within the heart of the Ozarks. Visitors can view picturesque rock bluffs, swim in crystal clear streams, and hike wooded hillsides.This scenic area consists of...

  • Redding is a popular Mulberry River and Ozark Highlands Trail access point.

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  • The Boston Mountain Ranger District is located within the heart of the Boston Mountain range of the Ozarks. This area offers rugged mountain bluffs and spectacular scenery....
  • The Sugar Creek Equestrian Trail is a network of looping horse trails that winds over various types of terrain and through a variety of tree types. Rides range from moderately easy to more difficult. ...
  • Rated one of the best horse trails in the state, it is a popular site for competitive rides. Situated in the heart of the forest, this trail consists of four loop trails, each converging into the o...

  • 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 cl...

  • This 3-mile loop trail is located at the Horsehead Lake Recreation Area 12 miles northwest of Clarksville....
  • The Big Piney Ranger District - Jasper Office is located within the heart of the Ozarks. Visitors can view picturesque rock bluffs and hike wooded hillsides. Outstanding among the many natural feat...

  • Brushy Mountain, Mountain Top, Rockhouse and Brushy Creek Trails, combined with the Ouachita National Recreation Trail, allow many opportunities for loop-trail hiking and biking, ranging from 3 to 12 ...
  • Brushy Mountain, Mountain Top, Rockhouse and Brushy Creek Trails, combined with the Ouachita National Recreation Trail, allow many opportunities for loop-trail hiking and biking, ranging from 3 to 12 ...
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