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Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism

For a Multi-Use Trail Guide contact:
Arkansas Dept. of Parks and Tourism
One Capitol Mall
Little Rock, AR. 72201
Phone: (501) 682-1301

Briarpatch Raceway

Briarpatch Raceway
432 Mt. Morriah Rd
Arkadelphia, AR 71923
Park URL:
Phone: (870) 403-1550
Nearest Town: Arkadelphia Arkansas
Trail Length: 1 mile
Trail Type: ATV (Flat Track & X Country)
Skill Level: 4=All Types
Park Contact: Tony Hill - (870) 403-1550

Directions: Located 7 miles out of Arkadelphia on Hwy 51. Track located in the small Community of Joan @ country store go straight on Mt. Morriah RD 1 mile track on right.

Trail Description: We have a 1400 ft flat track and a timed x-country course approx 1 mile long. We pay out trophies on 1-2-3. Hole shot prize from Oneal, Moose, IMS, a lot of different sponsors. Full concession available on site.

Info Other: We have a nice place to come and ride and bring the family and enjoy the day.  No drugs and alcohol.  We start racing at 3pm on Sundays.  We are racing May 27th and ever 2 weeks after.  Admission: $5.00 a car and $10 racing fee per course.  Amateur and Pro classes.

Bear Creek Trail

Lake Greeson
31 miles of trails
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Lake Greeson Resource Manager
Rt. 1, Hwy. 19 North
Murfreesboro, AR. 71958
Phone: (501) 285-2151

Craighead State Forest

Larry Jackson, Forest Manager
Phone: (870) 933-4608
ATVs are allowed "outside" the loop road
Approx. 10 miles of trails

Ouachita National Forest

Fourche Mountain Trail
26 miles
Poteau Ranger District
P.O. Box 2255
Waldron, AR. 72958
Phone: (501) 637-4174

Sugar Creek Trail
31 miles of scenic trails
Watch for horses!
Cold Springs Ranger District
P.O. Box 417
2190 E. Main St.
Booneville, AR. 72927
Phone: (501) 675-3233

Ouachita & Ozark National Forests

Logging & Access Roads thousands of miles
Administrative maps can be ordered from:
Ozark Interpretive Association
P.O. Box 1279
Mountain View, AR. 72560
Phone: (501) 757-2211

Ouachita Renegade Ranch

Ouachita Renegade Ranch
3580 Hwy. 88 East
Mena, AR 71953
Park URL:
Phone: (479) 394-3848
Fax: (479) 437-3384
Nearest Town: Mena, AR
Trail Length: Total amount at this time is 5 miles
Trail Type: Mostly hills with some mud bordering the Ouachita River.
Skill Level: 4=All Types
Park Contact:

Directions: We are 6 miles East on Mena on 88 and then turn right at the entrance.

Trail Description: At this time we have 5 short trails with more being added.  They all hub off of one trail across the top with different levels of difficulty.

Info Other: The trails are private trails with a fee for day rides.  With cabin and camping, there is not a fee.  Reservations are required.

Ozark National Forest
Ozark - St. Francis National Forest

Brock Creek Trails
60 miles of trails
Bayou Ranger District
Rt. 1 Box 36
Hector, AR. 72843
Phone: (501) 284-3150

Huckleberry Mountain Trail
Very scenic! 35 miles of trails
Mt. Magazine Ranger District
P.O. Box 511
Paris, AR. 72855
Phone: (501) 963-3076

Mill Creek OHV Trail System
60 miles of trials. Excellent riding / all skill levels / rugged and scenic terrain
Boston Mountain Ranger District
Hwy. 23 North P.O. Box 302
Ozark, AR. 72949
Phone: (501) 667-2191

Moccasin Gap Trails
28 miles of trails
Bayou Ranger District
Rt. 1 Box 36
Hector, AR. 72843
Phone: (501) 284-3150

Wolf Pen Gap ATV Trails

Trail Highlights: 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. The trail loops are connected to accommodate riders who want to vary the length of their trips.
Length: 41 miles of loop trails.
Directions: From Mena, take State Highway 8 East for 1 mile to Arkansas 375, then south 8 miles to the trailhead near County Road 277. Additional trailheads are farther south on Arkansas 375 and south on Forest Road 38.
Trail Information: Trail surface is either gravel or unsurfaced. Map
Site Amenities: Vault toilet at the trailhead on Arkansas 375 closest to Mena. All three trailheads are graveled and built for small trailers.
Difficulty Level: Trails are easy to most difficult. Trails 01, 03, 05, and 06 have sections for experienced riders only.
Safety: Watch for truck and automobile traffic on Trails 01, 01A, 02, 05, 07 and 07A. Watch for other ATVs on all trails. There is two-way traffic on all trails.
Recommended Season: Trail complex is open year-round except for deer-gun season. This season lasts from mid-November until early December.
Surrounding Areas: Enjoy the beautiful scenery along the Cossatot Scenic and Recreational River. For an extended hike, there are 18 miles of hiking trails in the Caney Creek Wilderness. South of Caney Creek is the Shady Lake Recreation Area,
which offers camping, fishing, swimming, boating, and hiking at the 95-unit campground.
For More Information:
Mena Visitor Information and Ranger Station Ouachita National Forest
1603 Highway 71N.
P.O. Box 1270, Federal Building
Mena, AR 71953 Hot Springs, AR 71902
Phone: (501) 394-2382, (501) 321-5202
TDD: (501) 321-5307

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