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Mike A reviewed Military Road Trail
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HikingBugsGreat!

The trail is not closed anymore. It's a very nice and easy hike with plenty of history. Watch out for bugs and snakes. We found two cottonmouth vipers on the trail about half a mile apart.

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HikingGreat!

Nice trail. Some views of the lake. Look forward to doing it in the late fall.

Christopher Brown reviewed Shores Lake West Side Trail
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Hiking

It was good. A lot of bee activity. Definitely recommend after the first freeze.

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Timothy G. Ruff Welch reviewed Sixty Foot Falls Trail via Mulberry Mt. Lodge
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HikingGreat!Rocky

Fabulous and peaceful trail. I never encountered another human being. :) You definitely need hiking shoes and I used two poles. Prepare yourself for the hike back up the mountain. Tons of butterflies. The waterfalls were hardly flowing but the trail was worth the beauty, peace and time.

Jaime Simmons reviewed Alum Cove Trail
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HikingGreat!

Great little trail. We thought the cave and natural bridge was so cool.

Melissa Timi reviewed Sam's Throne Trail
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Wow! What can I say but the bluffs of Sam's Throne are stunning. Some of the best views of Arkansas. Just beautiful. It's not a well marked trail but it's path is worn down. Just use your eyes and you'll be able to follow it pretty easily. There are campgrounds down the lane to the trailhead on either side which was a huge bonus since I wanted to get the sunsets here as well and are free. They are really nice areas hidden and tucked away. No hookups but that's camping. I will be back.

Lauren McKinney reviewed Redding/Spy Rock Loop Trail
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Hiking

PLEASE READ - TRAILHEAD MOVED Would not recommend starting at the campground. Insanely over grown, we found out the trailhead moved a few miles east of the paved road. Other than that, great trail! Lots of sneak peaks of the mountains. Didnt go to spy rock, and slightly regret, heard the views were much better as there was a clearing.

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HikingGreat!MuddyRocky

Even though this trail has a sign that says no ATVs, it seems to be taken over by them. We happily didnt see any on our hike. Would highly recommend hiking boots, very rocky. Falls were beautiful though!!

Freddy Gann reviewed North Sylamore Creek Trail
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HikingGreat!

This is one of my favorite trails, mainly because its pet friendly. My last visit was on August 2nd 2020. We started out hike at Gunner Pool and hiked toward Barkshed for a day hike. We hiked this trail several times and it never disappoints us. I do have a huge gripe though. I received a ticket from the park Ranger due to me parking my car at Gunner Pool area. I was not parked around any camping area but received a ticket for parking in a pay day use area. There is no designated parking spot for the trail that ive ever seen. So where do you part is a mystery. Heres my big problem...when we pulled in and parked, a Ranger was parked i say 50 foot from me. He watched us get out of the car, pack up, and hit the trail. After we leave the car area, he leaves us a tickdt on our car. Unexceptable if you ask me. The trails are free. Put a sign up that says, "trail head parking." Problem fixed, but this is absolutely wrong.

Veronica Del Bianco reviewed Devil's Den Trail
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Hiked this in light rainwater 4 kids under 7 years old and they loved it. Waterfall was pretty dry but the girls enjoyed making stone sculptures.

James Peeples reviewed Mack's Pines East Side Loop
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Hiking
First to Review

Awesome but in a time crunch! Had to take the road back to highway 7! Gotta come back when we have 12 hours!

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Keith Turney reviewed Withrow Springs Forest Trail
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Hiking

God hike the woods. Lots of benches to sit on and just enjoy nature.

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Garreth Russell reviewed Winding Stairs Trail
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Hiking

LOVED IT

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Morgan Geile reviewed Steele Falls Trail
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HikingOver grown

I think you can get to the waterfall from two directions. The trail marked in AllTrails is the Southern access; we came from the North. After driving on gravel country roads, we started at the crossbar mentioned in other posts (old trail marked A). Majority of hike is along old road so very open but with shade from trees. At the second crossbar, the road is relatively overgrown, but not horrible. Our dog got quite a few burrs but we didn’t have any problems with bugs (in August). Hard to get to the trailhead but a great hike and the waterfall is pretty great. Lots of butterflies and still pools below the waterfall.

Lewis Jones reviewed Twin Falls Trail
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The first thing anyone planning to do this hike should know is that the trail is very overgrown and not very well maintained. Even from the campground it is unclear where the trail begins, and it’s very easy to lose the trail again once you’re on it and it intersects with the dried creek bed, which it does several times. This is not a hike for inexperienced hikers uncomfortable with a bit of bushwacking (we even encountered a very experienced couple at the campground who had given up on the hike after following the creek bed half a mile in and never finding the trail). All that said, the destination was beautiful, with one ~100 foot wide, ~6 foot tall waterfall in one area, and a pair of the twin ~30 foot tall waterfalls at the final stop. All along the way there are pristine swimming holes created by the slowly meandering creek which the trail follows to the left of the whole way. One other thing to note is the distance: it’s listed on the AllTrails app as 5 miles, but that is probably if you go directly to the twin falls on the trail the whole way. If you cut up to Richland Falls (which you should) expect to add about a mile in and out to see it. Our total distance traveled was 7 miles, which we did in about 3.5 hours with a stop for lunch and a swim at the twin falls.

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Keith Turney reviewed Pigeon Roost Trail
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Hiking

Very beautiful sites! Highly recommended for a family outing!

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J Case reviewed Lover's Leap Trail
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Hiking

Walked this trail with our dog for a second time. Started behind the lodge for the short walk to Lovers Leap and then continued for the moderate walk to the restaurant side of the lodge. Trail is marked well. The first half to Lovers Leap is a nice walk.

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Suzie Q reviewed Winding Stairs Trail
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We kind of invited ourself when a friend mentioned they were coming here the next day, and we've been here every weekend since. Our 4 yr old hiked in with us all the way to Peace Rock, like he owned it. Lol. Had to brag. Challenging enough in several areas to make you feel like you've accomplished something, but also easy enough in other areas to relax. Several perfect swimming spots to hit along the way. The next weekend we took all 3 kids, and my goddaughter, who all swore we were trying to kill them. As soon as we hit the Peace Rock area, with the wide open, beautiful view, they were speechless. And, this weekend, it will be just the hubs and I, and we can go wherever we want!! And I absolutely CAN NOT WAIT! Going farther in this time. The most beautiful place I've ever hiked. You will not regret coming here!!

Summer Abdelghani reviewed Lover's Leap Trail
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Hiking

Well marked and family friendly. Took small children with no problems (other than some grumbling about tired legs). Beautiful views.

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Teresa Johnson reviewed Lover's Leap Trail
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Great hike for a hot day. Nice canopy of trees overhead most of trail!

Craig Smith reviewed Dogwood Trail
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Hiking

went to counterclockwise, which I think is the best way to go. and a couple of steep climbs I would not have want to descend if we were going the other direction. Hiked after a night of rain and during some late rain. Glad we had our trekking poles.

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Jessica S. reviewed Meadowbrook Self-guided Trail
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Hiking

Okay easy trail

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Hiking

Very nice trail. Not many views or sights to see but a definite workout.

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