I'm not going to give you turn by turn directions.
Our Ozark National Forest has all the wheeling you could want if you know where to look.
At each one of the points here except E is a trail head.
Expect mud holes, atv type trails that was typically wide enough.
There is a road/trail up the side of the mountain that connects the last two points.
H. turn north into the ditch and follow down to creek. From there turn north.
There is an old Wagon Trail road there that goes into the Forest.
Stop in Hector at the Forest Office and buy a $9 map of the Ozark National
Forest and start exploring.
I do all of this typically on a big Dual Sport bike, but I had an XJ and CJ.
Just money is tight right now and the CJ is mostly ready except it needs
a windshield and wiper arms before I am ready to drive it. A winch would
be nice too. But all in good time.
Traveling around Brock Creek Lake on the map is an ATV area and north of the lake a mile or two keep looking to the right and you will find an old jeep trail that connects to other road up there.