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Lake Dardanelle Area - Day Hike Trails

Bona Dea Trails (D-4) (National Recreation Trail)

Park/Rec Area: Lake Dardanelle Area
Region: River Valley
Length: Total system length of 5 1/2 miles
Time: 1/2 - 4 hours
Difficulty: Easy
Difficulty Comments: Wheelchair Accessible

Brochure: Available at Arkansas River Visitor Center or by writing

Location: South side of Hwy. 326 - turn right on Hwy. 326 immediately after crossing south over I-40 on Hwy. 7

Description: This hard-surfaced loop trail was designed as a jogging/fitness trail; however, it is excellent for easy walking through the Prairie Creek floodplain. Birds and wildlife are very prevalent, and feeding stations and benches are located along the way. The trail has interconnecting loops permitting hikes as short as 1/2 mile or as long as 5 1/2 miles.

For Information: Resident Engineer, 1598 Lock and Dam Rd, Russellville, AR, 72802, (479) 968-5008

Bridge Rock Trail (D-3) (National Recreation Trail)

Park/Rec Area: Lake Dardanelle Area
Region: River Valley
Length: 1 mile
Time: 1/2 - 1 hour
Difficulty: Moderate
Brochure: Available at Arkansas River Visitor Center or by writing

Location: 2 miles north of New Blaine on Hwy. 197

Description: This self-guiding trail winds through a dense hardwood forest on a northwestern slope overlooking the Shoal Creek arm of Lake Dardanelle. It incorporates three routes of increasing length and difficulty, offering a variety of plant life and geology

For Information: Resident Engineer, 1598 Lock and Dam Rd, Russellville, AR, 72802, (479) 968-5008