Four Off-Roading Locations in Arkansas
Looking for some epic off-roading spots? Nestled in the foothills of the Ozarks, Arkansas offers Jeep off-roading enthusiasts plenty of opportunities to explore the woods. Arkansas lives up to its motto as “The Natural State” as there is an abundance of green acres, rivers and plenty of places for drivers to test out their Jeep’s off-roading capabilities.
Wheelin’ World Off Road & Camping
Located in the heart of the Ozarks, Wheelin’ World welcomes first-timers and advanced off-roaders. Wheelin’ World is about three miles from Eureka Springs, and it’s a great option for visitors who want to test out their Jeep or ride on an ATV. Visitors are given the option of driving through more than 80 trails that are made up of rivers and swerving forest paths. In addition to the trails, there are exceptional campgrounds, full hook-up campsites and there is a general store on-site for additional necessities.
Superlift ORV Park
Just a couple hours away from Ozark is Superlift ORV (Off Roading Vehicles) Park – located in Hot Springs, AR. Spanning over 1,200 acres, there are trails that cater to riders of all skill types. For those serious off-roaders, Superlift has the “impossible” trail that challenges even the most experienced drivers, but there are also easier trails available. Along with the epic trails, visitors looking to camp out have the option of campground and RV spots, along with a convenience store.
Byrd’s Adventure Center
Hidden along the Mulberry River in Ozark, the 4×4 Adventure park offers over 800 acres of freedom to riders that are looking for the ultimate adventure. Cool fact? Byrd’s was actually the first ORV park in Arkansas. Along with some epic 4×4 trails of all skill levels, visitors are also given the option of kayaking along the Arkansas whitewater, and there are also canoe and raft rentals available. Byrd’s hosts annual national competitions such as Annual Rock Crawlers 4×4 Club Rocktoberfest and the Ramsey Top Truck Champion Series.
Located just outside of the Ouachita National Forest and about 25 miles from the border of Oklahoma is a little place called Vandervoort and it is home to over 15 miles of off-roading trails, hiking and mountain biking. Picture this: a vacation spot where families can enjoy not only off-roading adventures but private camping and rafting along the gorgeous Cossatot River. The best part? Visitors are given their very own off-roading trail on private land surrounded on all sides by the endless and peaceful Ouachita National Forest.
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