Welcome to Ridgeline Trails
A Western Arkansas family adventure site. Near Vandervoort, just minutes from Mena, and only four miles from the rugged and beautiful Cossatot River. Gateway to the largest national forest in the South, we have over 15 miles of trails, many on steep terrain..for hiking... mountain biking...and use of small offroad vehicles, such as ATVs and dirt bikes. These trails--which you will share with no one else--are on private land bounded on all sides by the vast and tranquil Ouachita National Forest.
A Unique Ouachita Mountain Experience!
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Imagine a vacation destination where your family, club, or friends have exclusive use of over 15 miles of private, forested trails . . . and exclusive and private camping. And, in case you seek more trail, just head out on the forest road from our site to Wolf Pen Gap Recreation Area and other destinations in the Ouachita National Forest. And, for white water adventures, you may float the magnificent Cossatot River.
Three graveled boondocking sites beside Rock Creek provide places to park your motorhome or camper trailer. In temperate times you may take a cool dip after exploring the trails. Firewood will be provided for those essential twilight campfires.
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The Flat Creek Cabin is just a few minutes away from the Ridgeline Trails. If you would like to take advantage of staying at the Flat Creek Cabin while having easy access to the Ridgeline Trails, visit www.flatcreekcabins.com for more information.
White Water Adventures!
For canoe and kayak enthusiasts, our location places you a mere 4 miles from the Hwy 246 put-in/take-out on the Cossatot River, the premier white water adventure in the South. Shuttle services can be arranged for your canoe, kayak or tubing adventure. Fees will of course vary according to time and distance.
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