Jordan Creek Trails at Historic Cane Hill

bridge over Jordan Creek at Cane Hill
Jordan Creek Bridge at Historic Cane Hill...
Jordan Creek Trails at Historic Cane Hill

What to know

With over three miles of hiking trails featuring crystal clear creeks, wildlife and moss covered boulders, visitors experience the beauty of the Ozarks while getting a rare glimpse into the region’s cultural history. Through interpretive trails, as well as guided and self-guided tours, guests can immerse themselves in the stories of 19th century rural life in Arkansas including the community’s once-booming agricultural economy and much more.

From creekside meandering to self-guided historic walks, Cane Hill offers a variety of activities for those who enjoy the outdoors.

From April-November, 2022, a Smithsonian exhibition, Habitat, will be installed along the Jordan Creek trails. Please check in at the visitors center in The Museum Gallery at Historic Cane Hill before exploring. 

Download our trail map to find your adventure.

Trails are open daily from sunrise to sunset. Most trails are a natural surface and may be uneven and slippery. Wear comfortable, appropriate footwear, bring water and insect repellant, stay on marked trails, watch for wild animals, and hike at your own risk. Motorized vehicles are prohibited.

14340 State Hwy 45
Canehill, AR 72717