Pig Trail

Pig Trail Scenic Byway: wind through the Boston and Ozark Mountains

The rugged and forested Boston Mountains region of the Arkansas Ozark Mountains provides the setting for the Pig Trail, which often runs through a tunnel of foliage during spring, summer and fall. Spring wildflowers and brilliant autumn foliage make the scenic route especially popular during those seasons of the year – whether you ride or drive. The route crosses the Mulberry River and the 165-mile Ozark Highlands Trail.


Route:
19 miles

Take Arkansas State Highway 23 from the south boundary of the Ozark National Forest near Interstate 40 (35.544884, -93.859461) through Franklin County to its intersection with Ark. 16 at Brashears in Madison County (35.812193, -93.794855).

Map: http://arkansashighways.com/scenic_byways_program/pig_trail_scenic_byway.aspx

Things To Know:

The Pig Trail is located near three other Arkansas scenic byways: Mount Magazine is south of the Pig Trail; Ozark Highlands is to the east; and the West-Northwest includes portions of Highway 23 and stretches to the southwest corner of the state.

This scenic byway is a popular route for fans heading to the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville for Razorback football.

Area Attractions, Lodging & Dining:

listed from south to north:

Regional Tourism Associations:

Northwest Arkansas Tourism Association

Western Arkansas's Mountain Frontier Tourism Association