Dutton Hollow Loop is a 3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Rogers, AR that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Part of the Hidden Diversity Multi-Use Trail System accessed from Piney Road.
Well-marked, easy trail. No spectacular features, although we did see Paw-Paws, and there's a neat variety of plant life.
I really liked this easy trail. Well maintained and of course Hobbs always has great trailheads. But there is a firing range close by and that was really annoying. If you are looking for a peaceful hike this isn't it.
Again, this is by no means an easy trail!! It is 4.2 miles instead of 3, please reconsider the difficulty level of this trail!
This is not an EASY trail!! It ended up being 4.2 miles instead of 3. I loved every minute of it and the scenery is amazing, but if you are just starting out, this is NOT for you! The app creators really should reconsider the difficulty of this trail.
Enjoyed this hike very much and ran across some paw paws.
We did both the dutton and bashore loops for a total of 9 miles according to our various aps. It was a great day hike we did dutton first as it's the more difficult trail (though not hard) the bashore and had lunch on the benches by the lake then hiked back out started at 930 left the trailhead at 3pm it was a gorgeous day
Hiked on a chilly winter day. Lots of mossy areas that offered a nice green contrast to the typically dormant winter brown. From the trail head it took 1.5 hours at a brisk hike. I took the trail in a counterclockwise direction and once I got down into the "hollow" it was a bit of an uphill hike but it offered a great workout. No water to be seen on this trek. Encountered a few runners, folks on horseback and about 10 mountain cyclists. Always well maintained and marked.
A nice trail. I've hiked it several times
This loop trail is adjacent to Bayshore Loop, which is reviewed elsewhere. It shares the same access trail, and is pretty much an identical situation. The loop drops about 3 or 400 feet from the trailhead, traversing typical woodlands. It is well maintained, and takes about an hour to hike if you're pushing hard.