Sugar Creek Muli-Use Trail
Arkansas (AR)

Sugar Creek Muli-Use Trail Website

Vehicle Types: ATV

Contact Phone Number: 479-675-3233


- From State Hwy 23 take Hwy 116 - East of County Road 19.
- Turn south for 8 miles to Knoppers Ford Recreation Area.
- Go south past Knoppers Ford for ½ mile to Road S30.
- Then turn left on Road S30.
- Go approximately 1-¼ miles to the trail-head parking area.

Description: Sugar Creek Multi-Use Trail is a 35 mile network of looping Arkansas (AR)off road trails that winds over various types of terrain classified from easy to difficult. This trail crisscrosses Sugar Creek several times. Much of Sugar Creek Trail is barley the width of an ATV and follows old over grown and unmaintained logging roads that cut through the forest. This forest is spectacular in its beauty and is primarily made up of pine trees. However, you will also find a mix of other hardwoods mixed in along the way. Several spots along the trail offer high vantage points to view the beautiful scenery. The main access point at Knoppers Ford Recreation Area has 12 primitive campsites along a stream. There is no electricity or water, but there are vault toilets. About two miles from Knopper Ford, Jack Creek Recreation Area provides six primitive campsites. There is no user fee.

Sugar Creek Trail is located about 10 miles south of Booneville. Take Ark. 23 south from Booneville and then turn east on Ark. 116. Turn south on County Road 19 for eight miles to Knoppers Ford Recreation Area. Proceed south past Knoppers Ford for one-half mile to Forest Service Road S30. Turn left onto the forest service road and travel about one and a quarter mile to the trail head.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Booneville, Mena, Waldron, Fort Smith, Greenwood, Pearcy, Hot Springs

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