Huckleberry Mountain Trail

Several trails are blocked by downed trees from the recent ice storm. I would recommend checking with rangers in this area before planning a ride here anytime soon.
16878 Hwy 309 South, Paris, 72855, Arkansas
Magazine Ranger District
479.963.8502, 479.963.3076
Ozark National Forest
Trail Miles
ATV, Dirt Bike, UTV
General Trail, Hills, Lake, River, Rocks
Skill Level
Easy, Intermediate, Experienced
Cabins, Camping, Pavilion, Restrooms, RV Connections, Showers
Primitive group camping and day-use parking is located at the Mt. Magazine Camp just off Mt. Magazine Scenic Byway on Forest Road (FR) 1638. From this camp, the trail heads east down to and across Arkansas 309. Please use caution when crossing the highway. Sorghum Hollow Camp is located on FR 1614 (gravel). From Arkansas 22, follow FR 1614 (Sorghum Hollow Road) 4.7 miles, then turn left into camp. This developed camp has 15 campsites and restroom facilities. Day-use parking is also available. Primitive group camping and day-use parking are provided at two undeveloped camp locations that provide access to the trail. Old Walnut Tree Camp is located on FR 1604 (gravel). From Arkansas 22, follow FR 1614 ((Sorghum Hollow Road) 2.3 miles, turn right on FR 1604, approximately .2 miles past Shoal Creek low water bridge. Huckleberry Camp is located at the end of FR 1613 (gravel). From Arkansas 22, turn south of Paris on Arkansas 309, continue approximately 11 miles to FR 1601 (gravel). Turn left and travel 8 miles to FR 1613 (gravel), then turn left and continue 3.5 miles to the camp location.
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