Hidden Diversity Multi-Use Trail - Townsend Ridge Road Access

MODERATE 2 reviews

Hidden Diversity Multi-Use Trail - Townsend Ridge Road Access is a 16 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Rogers, AR that features a river. The trail is rated as moderate offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

16.0 miles Loop

dogs on leash



mountain biking

nature trips

horseback riding




wild flowers


This access offrs two main trail selections, Little Clifty Creek Loop - 9 miles and War Eagle Valley Loop - 6 miles. Varios spurs can add an additional 4 miles. These trail are primarily used for Mountain Biking and Hiking.

mountain biking
1 year ago

Excellent biking with steep climbs and drops, some gravel, some hard packed dirt. You're always relatively close to a sign, which is wonderful. The trails are well maintained and the maps are excellent. The War Eagle Valley Loop is great with steep tight switch backs and some fun straight downhill with challenging climbs. Little Clifty has the best flow. The other two loops off Little Clifty are quick drops to almost lake level with fast downhill and challenging climbs. Ride clockwise or counterclockwise, both directions are fun. I didn't give it 5 stars because it's a little gravelly in places, and I prefer straight hard packed dirt, but this is a trail I would ride again and again.

3 years ago

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.