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Unread 02-11-2015, 11:03 AM   #1
coachhick
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Arkansas Trails/ Wheeling Locations

I am back in the Jeep World after swapping my 4 wheeler for a 85 CJ7 yesterday! I live in South Arkansas, and I see a bunch of threads where people asking for trails in certain regions. Why don't we put together a thread of public trails/ wheeling spots. Maybe Region, Trail Difficulty, Terrain, nearby city/directions, with a Trail Difficulty rating where 1-3 can be ran by a mostly stock jeep, 4-7 with slight to more aggressive mods, and 8-10 is real live rock crawler/ mud buggy trails. Maybe even attach a pic of the location or 2!

I'll Start!



My favorite place to ride is in the Ouachita Mountains near Albert Pike.

East Central Arkansas
Most Trails are a 1, some reaching 3-4
Gravel/rocks
Langley, AR, Drive North on State Hwy 369 through Albert Pike Campground, and explore from there!

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Unread 07-01-2015, 04:52 PM   #2
MB_Pathfinder
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They aren't trails per se, but something like 85% of the county roads in Arkansas are dirt and/or gravel. For those of us more interested in overlanding than rock crawling, that's solid gold. Plus, Arkansas has some of the best county road maps I've seen (at least compared to other states). I'm currently planning a route from Texarkana to the Ozarks where as much time as possible will be spent off pavement.
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