Huckleberry Trail is a 4.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Greenbrier, AR that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from May until October.
Directions from Conway: Travel 12 miles north on U.S. 65, then six miles east on Arkansas Hwy. 285 to the park.
Great short hikes for little kids. With very nice swimming beach and picnic area, it made for a nice all day family outing.
This is a nice little loop trail. Nothing spectacular, but a good hike. Good views of the lake and a waterfall when the water is flowing.
Really awesome hiking and biking trails!! Great lake to swim in, food to eat, and camping sites!! I would venture back!!
I thought it was interesting how diverse this trail was for being so short. While it wasn't spectacular, it was definitely worth the drive and I would return.
A little overgrown on the paths but overall a good experience.
Turned left and took the shorter Cabin Trail. Easy ...especially for new beginning kiddos. Enjoyed it.
This was actually nicer than I thought it would be. A nice little hike to take the kids on.
Nice easy trail with a few ups and downs. Unfortunately I went in the summer and the waterfall was reduced to a small stream. Plan to come back in the fall and give it another go!
Did this one a few years back after alot of snow, and it was fantastic. Took all the dogs and they had no problem. Well marked and easy enough to do.
Spring is a great time to hike this trail; there are red wildflowers along it and dogwoods blooming in late April. The weather was great, too--cool breezes until the end when it started to warm up more. There are also opportunities to see little creatures along the trail; we saw a turtle, lizards, and a snake! This is a woodsy trail that runs the circuit around the lake. There are a few small bridges to cross and some views of the lake from benches at the beginning. Be prepared for some exertion at the end (if you start at the trail parking lot just after entering the park). There are a lot of steps up the hill when you go from the road back onto the trail for the last part.
We also did the Gold Creek Trail and Cabin Trail which both spur off of the Huckleberry. The Gold Creek is 1/5 mile, and the Cabin Trail is 1/2 mile, so they are both pretty short. The Gold one runs parallel briefly to the Huckleberry, only down by the creek. The Cabin one takes you to the old cabin and well that can be seen from the road.