Tollantusky Trail

EASY 11 reviews
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Tollantusky Trail is a 1.5 mile loop trail located near Conway, AR and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.

1.5 miles 208 feet Loop

kid friendly

hiking

1 month ago

Very pretty, but a bit hard to follow at times.

2 months ago

great place had a blast!

walking
10 months ago

I loved this trail. If you follow the White markers and stay on the trail (yellow markers are a longer trail and seem to be more enjoyable for bikers). I enjoyed the environment of the trail and the sights of the area. Will definitely be coming out here again.

1 year ago

Beautiful day. Nice trail.

hiking
2 years ago

A nice, easy trail close to town. It has some great views of the river. The trail was a little overgrown.
We found it a little tricky to tell the difference between the actual trail and the mountain bike trails at times. Having a photo of the trail on my phone and comparing it to the track I was recording helped to keep us on the trail.

hiking
3 years ago

The kids had fun here. Going back with the good camera for the great photo opportunities.

3 years ago

Very easy trail, multiple places to get on and off. Great views of the Arkansas River. My 4 yr old and 20 month old didn't have any problems.

hiking
4 years ago

hiking
5 years ago

You basically just hike in circles through the woods. It's not a bad trail if you're not looking to venture far from Conway. There is a rock off the trail you can sit on for a nice look-out of the Arkansas River.

hiking
5 years ago

Great day or afternoon trip with the kiddos and great starter trail to see have ones young ones can take the hiking. The kids really enjoyed the hisory of the place too.

hiking
5 years ago

This is in the Cadron Settlement Park. This was an early 1800's settlement with blockhouse. The blockhouse has been reconstructed and is open to the public at times (not very often). You can hike this trail all around the park and it has some great views of the Arkansas River from the top of some bluffs. There are Geocaches here.