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Woolly Hollow State Park - Day Hike Trails

Enders Fault Mountain Bike Trail

Park/Rec Area: Woolly Hollow State Park
Region: Central
Length: 9.2 Miles
Time: 1:15
Difficulty: Moderate

Description: Trailhead starts at the gravel parking lot on Historic Springfield Road past the park campground. Ride the old wagon trail into the woods past the hiking trail entrance (no bikes on that please) and then a left goes to the North Loop (clockwise), a right goes to the South Loop (counter-clockwise). North Loop features winding rolling hills and a couple of wonderful stream crossings. These will be dry beds during the Summer. Some tight turns and a few rocks are the most technical parts of this section. South Loop features a steep climb to get to the top of the hill across the lake but then opens up to quick, smooth trail. Again, rolling hills dominate this section. Since what goes up, must come down, enjoy the trip back down the mountain to the start. Beginner riders should check their speed on this section. The park also features a beach area open in the summer for a small fee along with bathrooms, showers, a snack bar and gift shop.

For Information: Park Superintendent, 82 Woolly Hollow Road, Greenbrier, AR, 72058, (501) 679-2098 woollyhollow@arkansas.com

Huckleberry Trail (D-5)

Park/Rec Area: Woolly Hollow State Park
Region: Central
Length: 3 1/2 miles
Time: 2 1/2 hours
Difficulty: Easy - Moderate

Location: Exit No. 125 off I-40 at Conway, then 12 miles north on U.S. 65, then 6 miles east on Hwy. 285

Description: Beginning at the bathhouse in the campground and looping around Lake Bennett, the trail climbs the ridge, offering scenic views of the lake. Crossing the lake's earthen dam, the trail winds through a hardwood forest back to the main area of the park.

For Information: Park Superintendent, 82 Woolly Hollow Road, Greenbrier, AR, 72058, (501) 679-2098 woollyhollow@arkansas.com