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Woodsworth Loop of the Claiborne Multi-Use Trails

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Kisatchie National Forest

Woodsworth Loop of the Claiborne Multi-Use Trails is a 17 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Forest Hill, Louisiana that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 17.0 mi Elevation gain 862 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Hiking

Horseback riding

Mountain biking

Bird watching

Running

Forest

Views

Wild flowers

Wildlife

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Trails may close to motorized traffic if excessive rain is received. Call OHV Hotline at (866) 830-6467 for latest updates.

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Reviews (16)
Photos (1)
Recordings (12)
Completed (26)
Robert Andrews
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HikingOver grown

My son and I just finished the trail, I wouldn’t call it easy by any means. The trail hasn’t been maintained in over 3 years. We where hiking/backpacking/camping so we had 40 lb. packs. The trail is actually 20 miles and very little accessible water. A lot of loose sand do to the dirt bike and atv traffic. We loved it but definitely go prepared.

Divya Flores
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HikingBlowdownFloodedMuddy

DON’T do it, if your planning on just going hiking don’t do it a lot of dangerous animals and the trial was flooded for most of the time,the Milage is not marked correctly and signs were confusing with not even a single emergency exit

Mark Gaudin
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good stuff

Richard Struble
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Hiking

Pauline Corley
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The road for the trails was closed. We were able to see the historic area but we drove an hour for wildflowers and couldnt access the trails.

Becky Livaudais
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Hiking

The AllTrails map for this area is not actually the place where the old WWII camp is. The allTrails map indicates parking, camping, trails and ATV recreation area. The old camp is actually closer to the entrance on the left side of the road. Get a map of trails from the parking area and go back to the entrance if you want to see any of the ramains of the old camp.

Randy Guidry
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ATV Trail good time

David Freyou
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Camping
First to Review

I love this place. I think giving it a one star because of the location on the app is off, isn't fair. Don't rate something negative just because you're too lazy to do your research first. If your reading this and the location still says Colfax, please report the location issue at the top right of the page. If you love to explore, this is the place for you. It's so big and there are so many trails, you won't see them all in one day. check out their website and look at the google earth map that they have available for download.

HBR R.
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Horseback riding
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HBR R.
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Hiking
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Brian Fults
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Hiking
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Jordan Blanchard
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Hiking
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Brian Fults
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OHV/Off Road Driving
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Douglas Mauras
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Hiking
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Jeremy Baker
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Hiking
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Andrew van Marle
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Hiking
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