Hidden Diversity Multi-Use Trail - Piney Road Access is a 24 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Rogers, AR that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is rated as difficult offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Hidden Diversity Multi-Use Trail System is located near Rogers, Arkansas. The trail is primarily used for Mountain Biking and hiking. This access offers three separate trails for your enjoyment. Dutton Hollow Loop - 3 miles, Bayshore Ridge Loop - 3 miles and Little Clifty Creek Loop - 9 miles. There are various Spurs and options that can add an addition 4 miles to the syatem.
One of my least favorite trails. It's not memorable because it is underwhelming to the senses. Exposed and not challenging. Would call this an easy trail at best.
Just got done mountain biking here and it was a lot more fun than expected. Easy trail to ride on and beautiful area. Definitely doing it again.
This place sucked it just follows the road no adventure to it
I kind of came across this state park randomly late in the afternoon. I hurried through the visitor center, which is fantastic, to get info because this is Arkansas' largest state park. I gathered my trail maps and went off on a four mile hike. The hike is moderate, but the typography is up and down and up and down every ten or twenty feet. So if you aren't used to that it can take a little longer (as is it me lol) but that just allows you to spend more time in this phenomenally gorgeous setting.
Oh, I loved this hike, beautiful nature all around!
This series of trails is reviewed elsewhere as well. Here are the pertinents:
This is a complex series of trails, with access from several parking lots, and from turn-outs along two roads. These trails are used by hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders alike. None are overused. The main parking lot has restroom facilities and water. The trails can be used in a number of different combinations resulting in hikes that can vary from a few miles to over 16. Little Clifty Creek is the central feature of the trail system, with foot bridges over to both the north and the south. The War Eagle loop, approximately six miles, has great views of War Eagle Creek, with several benches for sitting on a nice day. There is even a side trail that takes you to the Hobbs Visitor Center. The trails are very well maintained, with significant elevation changes from the parking lot to Clifty Creek. There are sign-in's at the trailheads, and maps available at the sign-in stations. The parking lots are gated, and closed during night hours. There is also a parking lot for parking horsse trailers.