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ATV Parks In Arkansas: Trails, Mud and Music

ATV Parks In Arkansas

Hillarosa ATV Park

ATV Parks In Arkansas - Hillarosa ATV Park
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  • Terrain: 2,000 acres
  • Camping: Yes
  • RV:  $10 (dry) +
  • Tent: $10
  • Entry Fees:
  • Adult: $40
  • Children < 12: Free
  • Open: Select Weekends
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATV, SxS, motorcycles

Address:

6252 AR-29
Blevins, AR 71825

This ATV park is only open a few weekends a year. On occasion, they host concerts, drag races and special events that bring out the crowds.

If you’re looking to camp, be sure to show up early as spaces fill up fast.

Besides the events and live music, the big draw at this park is the mud.

This park is all about the mud – deep mud bogs, muddy trails and plenty of mucky water for playing hard.

With all this mud, it makes sense that one of the events they host is the High Lifter Mud Nationals.

For special events and concerts, admission fees will be higher.

Put on your most aggressive tires and be sure to have winch!

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Hillarosa ATV Park


Carter Off Road Park

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  • Terrain: 1,000 acres
  • Camping: 
  • RV:  $10+ (plus entry fee)
  • Tent: $10 (plus entry fee)
  • Entry Fees:
  • Adult: $20
  • Children: < 10: Free
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATVs, SxS, motorcycles, full size (usually heavily modified)
  • Open: Year round 24/7

Address:

7498 Anderson St.
Alexander AR 72002

Open year round 24/7, this is a big, fun park with a lot going on. It’s is one of the biggest, rowdiest ATV parks in Arkansas. And I mean that in the best way possible.

They host big events with concerts, competitions and vendors. One of the bigger events they host is the annual  HarvestFest held in Autumn.

Events such as obstacle courses, hill climbs, Barbie Jeep races, poker runs, scavenger hunts and bounty holes ensure fun for all.

Challenge yourself on the 4000’ obstacle course, try your luck on a bounty hole, wallow in the mud or enjoy a leisurely ride on the trails.

If you don’t want to camp, tree house cabins, huts, hotel rooms and hotel rooms with a full kitchen are available for rent.

For special events and concerts, admission fees will be higher.

No glass allowed – this is strictly enforced and will get you banned. Flags are required.

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Carter Off Road Park


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Hot Springs Off Road Park

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  • Terrain: 1,242 acres
  • Camping: 
  • RV:  $25 – $44
  • Tent: $10 – $15
  • Riding Fees:
  • SUV/Jeep/Truck: $33 (passengers included)
  • UTV/Side x Side: $33 (passengers included)
  • ATV: $16.50  
  • Dirt Bike: $16.50
  • Open: Year round, 7 days a week
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATV, SxS, motorcycles, full size

Address:

2100 Mill Creek Rd.
Hot Springs AR 71901

This park has a well marked trail system on over 1,200 acres. Trails vary from easy to very difficult, but with the trails so well marked, you won’t get over your head.

Park hosts regular monthly events including Off Roading For A Cure to help support the Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks.

Other events include fun runs, New Years Eve Fire & Ice and Halloween Haunted Trail & Trunk.

If you’d like to improve your off roading skills or are new to the sport, they offer a 45 minute Off-Roading 101 Workshop on Saturdays at 9 am.

Guided tours with SxS rentals are also available if you don’t feel confidant heading out on your own.

This park does a great job of grading and marking their trails.

Not only do they grade on a 1 – 5 diamond difficulty scale, but they also differentiate between vehicle types. So, a trail could be rated as 3 diamonds for trucks, but only 1 diamond for ATVs and bikes.

A bunk house, cabins and duplex are also available for rent.

Onsite rentals of 2 and 4 door SxS.

Helmets are required on motorcycles and ATVs. If you forget yours, they have them available for rent.

Hot Springs Off Road Park


3B Off Road & RV Park

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  • Terrain: 50 miles of trails
  • Camping: 
  • RV: $35+
  • Tent: $10+
  • Entry Fees:
  • Adult: $25
  • Children: $25 
  • Open: Year round, 24/7
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATV, SxS, motorcycles, Jeeps, modified rigs, rock crawlers

Directions:

10 Mint Ridge Rd.
Eureka Springs AR 72632

Trails for all skill levels.

Trails wind through forests, through the low rolling hills with beautiful vistas. Rock shelves and boulder strewn paths kick it up a notch for those looking for more of a challenge.

Even with miles of trails, their AVENZA Mapping App makes it easy to navigate.

Looking to make some holiday memories – they’re even open on major holidays.

Polaris SxS are available for trail riding, they also have Slingshots rentals available for road cruising.

3B Off Road & RV Park


Mack’s Pines

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  • Terrain: 100+ trail miles
  • Camping: 
  • RV: $30+
  • Tent: $20+
  • Riding Fees: Free – $3
  • Open: Year round
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATV’s, SxS, dirt bikes, horseback riding

Address:

22816 SR 7
North Dover AR 72837

Mack’s Pines isn’t an ATV park in the traditional sense, but to me it still qualifies. It’s all about the camping and off roading.

The only difference is that you’re not riding their trails, you’re riding on Forest Service trails in the Ozark National Forest. It’s ideally located to take advantage of all the ATV trails in the Ozark mountain.

You can ride right from the campground and cabins and onto the trails.

Moccasin Gap Recreation Area is 1.6 miles north on the west side of Highway 7 with over 30 miles of marked ATV trails. It’s $3 to ride at Moccasin Gap, you pay at the trailhead kiosk.

East of the campground is another ATV riding area with 30+ miles of marked trails plus hundreds of additional miles of unmarked trails. This area is locally referred to as Illinois Bayou. These trails are free to ride.

Cabins, Ozark House and a mobile home are available for rent. The cabins don’t have a microwave or fridge, but Ozark House and the mobile home have fully furnished kitchens.

An onsite restaurant open on weekends makes it easy to grab a quick meal when you don’t feel like cooking.

The onsite store is also open on weekends and is stocked with cold drinks and snacks.

Mack’s Pines


Wilderness Rider Buffalo Ranch & Adventure Park

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  • Terrain: 3,000+ acres
  • Camping: $15 per person / $50 family rate
  • Entry Fees:
  • Dual sport/mountain bike: $20
  • SxS/Jeep: $30
  • Open: Year round
  • Vehicles Allowed: ATVs, SxS, motorcycles, Jeeps

Address:

HC 65, Box 232
Kingston AR 72742

Although this park offers great riding on 2,500+ acres for ATVs, SxS and Jeeps, they really shine when it comes to dirt bike / dual sport riding.

With over 3,000 acres of single track open only to bikes and hikers, this is one of the best ATV parks in Arkansas for dual sport riders.

Campground and riding area adjoins Buffalo National River Park and the Sweden Creek Natural Area.

This is a pretty natural area. Elevation changes make for fun riding, plus lots of hills make for stunning views. Creeks, 24 waterfalls and natural springs make for some pretty riding.

Camping is dry / primitive only. Currently there are no hookups or water, but they do have plans to add them in the future.

They have 6 seat off-road Yamaha Vikings for rent. Private guided tours are also available.

Cold drinks and snacks are available onsite.

Wilderness Rider Buffalo Ranch & Adventure Park


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