There are a lot more trails in Arkansas and Oklahoma
that are outside the Ouachita Mountains.
Cane Creek State Park
Creek Lake Trail by foot or mountain bike, you will traverse a maze of small creeks that etch their way along deep draws between the steeply sloping ridges of a thick forest interspersed
Devil's Den State Park
Miles of hiking and multiple use trails wind through Devil's Den and the
surrounding Ozark National Forest. Caves, crevices and bluff overlooks can be explored here.
Hobbs State Park
Currently available to the public are four hiking trails
including a 1/2-mile, barrier-free historical trail and 16-mile multi-use trail.
Lake Leatherwood is located 2 miles west of Eureka Springs, AR
off of Hwy 62. From Eureka you will turn right into Lake Leatherwood Park entrance. From Rogers, AR Take Hwy 102 east to Hwy 62 east. The park will be on the left before you get to Eureka
Learcher 15 Trails
The Lercher 15
Trails are Arkansas' newest mountain bike trail system. The trails are located on a privately owned 550 acre ranch. The land owners are planning on capping use of the trails to
"members" only and possibly doing a couple of annual public events. The cost of a yearly membership is currently $70. Information can be found by going to www.myglobalbiking.com.
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Currently, Ride Events are being posted on Facebook.
The trails are located approximately 45 miles north of Little Rock at the following address.
BJ Ranch, 552 Shiloh Rd, McRae,
There is a heated and cooled bike clubhouse and picnic area as well as restrooms and showers.
Slaughter Pen Hollow
Slaughter Pen Hollow is a unique bike park that encapsulates all genres of biking, including:
cross-country, freeride, dirt jumping, and BMX. It is located in Northwest Arkansas (Bentonville), two miles from the Bentonville Square.