Robinson Point Trail is a 2.5 mile loop trail located near Mountain Home, Arkansas that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.
Directions from Mountain Home: Go nine miles east on U.S. 62, then 2 1/2 miles south on paved access road.
Slightly technical well marked and it's actually a 4 mile loop if you stick to left turns
Nice trail to hike on with a few options branching off. Nice views from the viewing point; and for the more adventurous hikers you can climb down the right side of the viewing point to discover a small cave system with three caves large enough to crawl inside of, just be careful for any critters living inside.
Pretty easy terrain, except one steep spot with lots of rocks. Definitely recommended if camping at Robinson Point.
This trail is my favorite local trail...It has the most beautiful views of lake norfork lake...there is a "viewing" area...but take the side trails to open bluffs...which supply a wonderful place to be & take it all in...my advise is...once you reach the top of viewing...as you go down, there are several side trails...they do not go very far off trails & the views are breathtaking...would advise you have a had on small children & dogs