There are almost unlimited amounts of ATV trails near Cass, Arkansas. Many of these trails are in the Ozark National Forest. There are also acres upon acres of private trails. All of the info is right here!
The Ozark National Forest covers 1.2 million acres, mostly in the Ozark mountains of northern Arkansas.
OHV Trails in the Ozark National Forest
Mill Creek Trails
The Mill Creek OHV trail leads riders through remote areas of the Ozark National Forest and features diverse terrain, lush upland hardwood forest, unique rock outcrops, mountain creeks, and more. The main trail and inside loops are connected to accommodate riders who want to vary the length of their trips.
The outer trail “Blue Loop” is 27 miles long. When you combine that with the inner short-cuts, the “Easy Loop” and the “Burrel Mountain Loop,” Mill Creek alone provides nearly 50 miles of ATV and UTV riding opportunities. There is a daily fee of $3.00 per OHV charged by the U.S. Forest Service to ride the Mill Creek Trail. (A fee box is located at the main trail head. -source
Get a map of the Mill Creek Trail here.
Mountain Creek Waterfall Trail
This popular riding area hides some incredibly scenic 20-foot and 60-foot waterfalls that are located along the beautiful Ozark National Forest OHV trail. The 20-foot waterfall makes for a great mountain swimming hole during the warmer summer months. -source
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Byrd’s Adventure Center ORV Park
Byrd’s Adventure Center ORV Park offers some of the best private ATV and UTV trails in Arkansas on 800 acres for a day of fun on your favorite machine.
Enjoy ATV / UTV riding in Arkansas, with miles of scenic riding opportunities and numerous play areas featuring jumps, mud pits, and challenging obstacles. You can also explore hundreds of miles of designated OHV trails in the Ozark National Forest surrounding Byrd’s Off-Road Vehicle Park. -Byrd’s
Byrd’s Adventure Center
7037 Cass Oark Rd
Ozark, AR 72949
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Forest Service Campgrounds near Ozark National Forest OHV Trails
Wolf Pen Recreation Area
This campground, located next to the Mulberry River, offers scenic rock bluffs in the northwestern portion of the state. Activities include canoeing on the Mulberry River (very popular with the canoeists) within view of the scenic rock bluffs, fishing, hiking and river access. Camping consists of 6 primitive units, available space for small camping trailers, and the picnicking area designed for 5 family units. The area is also equipped with vault toilets but there is no drinking water. -Forest Service
The fee to camp here is $10/day/site.
Pleasant Hill Ranger District
Redding Recreation Area
The Redding Campground is a beautiful setting for an outdoor getaway. It sits right next to the wild and scenic Mulberry River and is surrounded by forest. Redding offers up a rock canoe launch and river access which is handicap accessible. A nice bathhouse with flush toilets and warm showers, a well-water system with spouts dispersed throughout the campground, and access to the Spy Rock and Ozark Highland Trail (OHT) is what makes Redding such a desirable place to spend the night, the weekend, or even a week. -Forest Service
Redding Recreation Area is one of the best places to camp and ride ORV in Arkansas!
Directions: From Ozark take Arkansas 23 north for 18 miles then turn right (east) on Forest Service Road 1003 for 3 miles.
Pleasant Hill Ranger District
Ozone Recreation Area
This is the site of the historic Ozone Civilian Conservation Corp Camp. Camping – 8 family units, pavilion rental, picnicking, and hiking. Camping trailers are allowed but no special facilities are available. –Forest Service
Directions: From Clarksville take Arkansas 21 north for 18 miles. Negotiable by camping trailers.
White Rock Campground
“White Rock Mountain is 2,260 feet above sea level and received its name from the appearance of the lichen on the sheer bluffs that look white from a distance. High bluffs surround this area. White Rock Mountain is the hub of several trail systems.” -Forest Service
The White Rock Mountain Recreation Area is a forest service campground in the Ozark Mountains of Northern Arkansas.
This camp area offers 9 primitive campsites (no hookups) that are open year-round. Two of these campsites can accomodate small RVs/Pop Up Campers. The rest of the campsites are tent only.
There is drinking water and vault toilet available. There is also a General Store with information, snacks, firewood, cold drinks, ice-cream and a few other camping essentials.
You’ll find White Rock Mountain Recreation Area here:
White Rock Campground was also named one of the BEST Campgrounds in Northwest Arkansas!
Important to Remember
Keep in mind that ATVs/OHVs are not allowed to be ridden in the recreation areas. You can camp in these areas then you will need to trailer your ATV to the designated parking lots.
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Cabins near Cass, AR OHV trails
Cass Cabin – North of Ozark
“The Cass Cabin is located north of Ozark, AR in the community of Cass. We are surrounded by the Ozark National Forest so you can access the ATV trails right from your cabin including the Mill Creek Trails. The cabin is fully equipped so all you need to bring is your food and personal items.”
22421 Warehouse St.
Ozark, AR 72949
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Mulberry Mountain Lodge
“Mulberry Mountain Lodging & Events offers its guests the ultimate ATV/UTV riding getaway. Bring your own OHV or rent one of our POLARIS RZR XP 1000’s and explore a multitude of National Forest ATV/UTV trails that are easily accessed directly from Mulberry Mountain’s lodge, cabins, and campground. The best ride in/ride out experience you will find for OHV trails in Arkansas!” –Mulberry Mountain Lodge
4117 Mulberry Mountain Loop
479-667-1919 or 866-667-1919