Farkleberry Trail is a 0.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Roland, Arkansas that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Farkleberry Trail is a short lakeside trail along the southern shores of Lake Maumelle. The current trail is about 0.35-miles long. Note that the original trail, according to signage at the site, was only 0.13-miles long, but has obviously been extended and has potential to grow longer. This short walk offers nice views of the lake, bird watching opportunities, and wildflower viewing. NOTE: Lake Maumelle is a protected drinking water source and no swimming, wading, canoeing, kayaking, or any activity that allows bodily contact, is prohibited at this location. Please follow these rules!
Short lakeside trail with very light use. This trail offers nice views of Lake Maumelle. It is short, but has potential to offer nice hiking close to Little Rock. Trail also has a variety of wildflowers along the trail and offers birdwatching opportunities. The park at the trailhead, Loon Park, is not used heavily but fisherman are often seen at the park.