Arkansas Mountain Bike Trails

 

For Arkansas mountain biking enthusiasts, the Huckleberry Mountain Trail is a challenging 34-mile trek down the mountain and into the adjacent Ozark National Forest. One of the more challenging Arkansas mountain bike trails, this multi-use trail is also used for horseback riding, ATV riding and backpacking in Arkansas. The trail's three loops cross creeks and connect Mount Magazine with nearby Huckleberry Mountain. Camping is allowed on the portions of trail that are located on national forest lands for anyone interesting in multi-day Arkansas mountain biking trips.

The USDA Forest Service trail map of the Huckleberry Mountain Arkansas horse trails is available at the park visitor center or can be downloaded here.

Road Cycling

For those wanting to get off the Arkansas mountain bike trails and just get a nice road ride in, Mount Magazine State Park has several miles of bike lanes around the top of the mountain. Riders can go from the lodge, out on the beautiful Cameron Bluff Drive and over to the park visitor center. Prime Arkansas sightseeing, nice rolling hills all along the way and refreshing mountain breezes make this ride a joy for all levels of cyclists.
 
Bikes are available to rent at the lodge. Always wear a helmet.