5 Amazing Dirt Motorcycle Trails in Arkansas

5 Amazing Dirt Motorcycle Trails in Arkansas

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Whether you’re a novice or an expert, it’s important to know where to find the best stretches of trail to unleash your inner dirt bike devil. So, get your motor runnin’ and head out to one of these amazing dirt bike trails in Arkansas!

1. Wolf Pen ATV Trail

Your Ouachita Mountain dirt bike adventure begins right here! The Wolf Pen Trail near Mena is one of the most popular ATV trails not only in Arkansas, but also in the country. This area boasts 42 miles of marked, looped trails, and features some unique attractions such as a few abandoned mines and a two-footed oak tree. Wolf Pen is open year-round except during hunting season.

2. Mack’s Pines

Since 1989 the Gamble family has owned and operated Mack’s Pines, “your Trailriding Headquarters of the Ozarks.” Here you’ll find 40 miles of marked trails and an additional 1,000 miles of unmarked trails, all for your dirt biking pleasure. 

3. Mill Creek Trail

For just $3 per vehicle per day, riders can enjoy this great trail in the Ozark National Forest. Mill Creek OHV Trail leads riders through some spectacular mountain terrain with views worth writing home about. Add in the beautiful surrounding hardwood forests and clear mountain streams and you’ve got yourself the perfect scene for a great dirt bike ride. 

4. Fourche Mountain Trail

The Fourche Mountain Trail is a free trail in the Ouachita National Forest. Riders can enjoy amazing views of Fourche Mountain and Buck Knob as well as other views of the beautiful Arkansas Ouachita Mountains. Difficulty levels on this trail vary from very easy to quite difficult. 

5. Sandtown Ranch

One of the most popular spots in Arkansas for all things off-road is Sandtown Ranch, which is 1,800 privately-owned acres of dirt bike heaven. Sandtown Ranch is open year-round and features awesome attractions like a cave with an underground river and waterfall. Riders of all levels enjoy this trail for many reasons including its numerous creek crossings.