Your cart is currently empty.
Highway 89 RacewayOtt ParkHillarosa ATV ParkFind ATV&UTV Trails by State

Table of Contents

Arkansas will be your next journey, covering some of the most popular off-road parks in the country. The state is diverse in terrain, from the mountainous regions that make up the U.S. interior to dense forests in the south, to the dense eastern lowlands and the Arkansas Delta. There is always one trail fit for you.

1.Highway 89 Raceway

Location:  737 Highway 89 South, Sherwood, AR 72120

Dates Open: Saturday 10am-5pm

Fees: $20/OHV

This place is a good choice for a weekend ride. It has 12 miles of the trail, and its muddy and full of small jumps. Camping is permitted anywhere but night riding is not allow.

2.Ott Park

Location: 9000 HWY 165, North Little Rock, AR 72117

Dates Open:  Daily dawn to dusk

Permit Required:  Yes

Fees: Unknown

The Ott Park owns 200 acre and open from dawn to dusk if weather permitted. The property not allow all vehicles like SUV to come in. And the camping and campfire are also prohibited.

3.Hillarosa ATV Park

Location: 6252 Hwy 29 North, Blevins, AR 71825

Dates Open: Open during select weekends, check website

Permit Required: Yes (AZGFD sticker required)

Fees: $40/person; free/12 and under

This spot only open in selected weekends, it has 2000 acres and the trail is suit for the muddy and camping lovers.

4.McLarty MX

Location: 4015 Blount County Hwy 35, Horton, AL 35980

Dates Open: call for schedule

Fees: $25/ rider

This long and fast natural terrain track is roughly one mile long and mainly consists of loam and sand. Call before you haul.

Best Off Road Driving Trails in Arkansas