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Fern Hollow Trail

Easy/Intermediate
 2.9 (11)

A quick loop with great views of White Oak Lake.


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Map Key

8.4

Miles

13.5

KM

Singletrack

308' 94 m

High

200' 61 m

Low

447' 136 m

Up

446' 136 m

Down

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

13%

Max Grade (7°)

Dogs Leashed

E-Bikes Allowed

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Description

Starting from the trailhead in the campground, riders experience a rock-free trail with roots as the main obstacle. Riding through the pine forests of the Timberland region, watch for slick pine needles in some of the turns.

The north and east sides of the trail follow the shoreline while the south side of the trail winds through the woods. A few wide, wooden bridges dot the trail. Climbs are short and fairly easy.

There is great camping in the park, a few other hiking-only trails, a marina, fishing and a nice gift shop. Come prepared as the park is in a remote area of the state. Camden, Arkansas is the best bet for supplies if you plan on staying a while.

Contacts

Land Manager: Arkansas State Parks

Shared By:

Joe Jacobs

Trail Ratings

  2.9 from 11 votes

#18914

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  2.9 from 11 votes
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#508

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#18,914

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This is about as rocky as this trail gets.
Mar 6, 2016 near Gurdon, AR
One of the many nice bridges.
Mar 6, 2016 near Gurdon, AR
Entrance to Fern Hollow.
Mar 6, 2016 near Gurdon, AR
Watch for these little white disc's along the trail, they will keep you from getting lost.
Mar 6, 2016 near Gurdon, AR

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Oct 12, 2019
Kelley Williams
Great fun trail. 10.3mi — 82h 00m
Jan 18, 2019
Carl Drexler
Did first half and portion of the larger loop. Wet in a few spots but otherwise fine. Park staff working to clear some downed trees 5mi
May 6, 2018
Darren Edwards
Mar 18, 2018
Andy Storm
Nice trail. Dry. Not technical but fun. Could use a bit clean up and more traffic. Rode the red first and then the blue they make about 12 miles toget 12.2mi
Nov 20, 2017
greg pool
The trail was covered with leaves and hard to see. Better than nothing but it was mainly just riding on doubletrack. 6.8mi
Feb 13, 2016
Kenny Davis
Trail was a little hard to follow with it being so covered by leafs. If not for the little white discs we would have been lost. www.mtbark.com
Nov 5, 2015
Pete Nolan