Rim Rock Nature Loop is a 0.9 mile loop trail located near Rogers, Arkansas that features a cave. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Short and sweet. Nice trail for a moderate hike. No "wow" features, but the big climbing tree and cave made it much more interesting!
Since this is within the Prairie Creek Day Use camping area you have to pay $4 to hike the trail if your not already camping. That would however give u access to the full day use area like swimming and playground during the Season. Since that area of the camp ground wasn't open for season yet we had to park and walk about .2 miles to the trailhead. It was a very pretty walk above the top of the bluff with single track. It's a mile hike with an easy decent down but was rocky and uneven in places which was hard for our 3 year olds but would be no worry for adults. There were some sketchy rocky spots on the section along the base of the bluff which made it harder for children. Again wouldn't be too difficult for an adult. There were some loose rocks that added difficulty but the views were beautiful and it was quiet and relaxing. Towards the end you come out on one of the roads for the campgrounds and I believe u would continue uphill on a trail but it wasn't easily found so we just walked the road back the last bit uphill to our car. Im sure in season the end of the trail will be easier to find. All and all we will come back when we are looking for a short, close hike.