Arkansas ATV Trails & Tracks - Maps and Directions
Directions and details to riders' favorite spots including: Ozark National Forest, Mill Creek Trails, City Lake Trails, Lake Wedington Trails, Lake Greeson Trails, Wolf Pen Gap, and Moccasin Gap Trails.
This trail is 26 miles in length, with loops providing for short or day-long trips. While some of the loop sections are designated easy, this trail, which is not well maintained, will not be suitable for riders who prefer speed. Narrow tread and rocky conditions make riding difficult through the mixed forest, with steep areas and high vantage points.
More than 34 miles consisting of two loops: the Huckleberry Mountain Loop (22.4 miles) and the Apple Loop (11.9 miles).
There are 27 miles of main trails plus 15 miles of interior loops and shortcut trails for varying ride lengths. The trail features mountainous terrain, scenic views, hardwood forests, rock outcroppings and clear mountain streams, varies from easy to difficult and has one access point. Located in a remote area with no amenities or campgrounds.
Here are directions to the Bear Creek Cycle Trail at Lake Greeson, as well as trails in the Ozarks including: Mill Creek, Huckleberry Mountain Multi-use Trail, and Moccasin Gap Multi-use Trail.
Located in Hot Springs, Arkansas tThere are trails dedicated specifically to 4WD vehicles and different trails for ATVs and motorcycles here.
Located in Mena, Arkansas, the Wolfpen Campground is a great place to ride ATVs, with an excellent campground right there for convenient lodging.