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The Brock Creek Trail is a multi-use trail system located on the Big Piney Ranger District in the beautiful Ozark National Forest. The trail system consists of two major loops and many interconnecting loops. The combined loops provide over 42 miles of trails for dirt bikers, Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) riders, and horseback riders. The trails meander through majestic oak/hickory forests and occasional areas of pine. These areas also contain small streams that traverse through the trail system, adding to the beauty of the area. The Brock Creek Trail system offers riders of all skill levels a great place for outdoor recreation that is suitable for the whole family.

Brock Creek Multi-Use Trail System Guide

At a Glance

Fees Free to camp. Primitive campground: pack-it-in, pack-it-out trash. Current forest recreation schedule and fees.
Restrictions: Cross-country travel is not permitted. Stay on designated trails.
Water: None
Restroom: Campground (nearby) has vault toilets.
Operated By: Big Piney Ranger District (479)284-3150 or (870)446-5122

General Information

Directions: To reach Zing Trailhead, take Conway County Road 32 north from Jerusalem for 6 miles then turn right on Van Buren County Road 226 for 1 mile then left on Van Buren County Road 423 for 1.5 miles, trailhead is on the left. Mountain Man Trailhead is 3 miles past Zing Trailhead on the right. To reach Austin Trailhead, take Conway County Road 32 north from Jerusalem for 10 miles turn right on Van Buren County Road 2 for 1.5 miles, trailhead is on the right.

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Activities


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OHV Trail Riding

The Brock Creek Trails are a multi-use trail system located on the Bayou Ranger District in the beautiful Ozark National Forest. The trail system consists of two major loops and many interconnecting loops. The combined loops provide over 42 miles of trails for dirt bikers, ATVs, mountain bikers and horseback riders. The trails meander through majestic oak/hickory forests and occasional areas of pine. These areas also contain several small streams that traverse through the trail system, adding to the beauty of the area. The Brock Creek Trail System offers users of all skill levels a great place for outdoor recreation that is suitable for the whole family. The Mountain Man Trail is designated primarily as a single-track trail for dirt bikers; however, mountain bikers, horseback riders and hikers may also use the trail. The main trail begins at the Zing trailhead where there is an unloading and parking area. Camping is not permitted at the trailhead. The trails continue for several miles in a north eastern direction. This trail is blazed with a yellow diamond pattern. The Jeep Trail is a double track trail designed for All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), dirt bikers, mountain bikers, horseback riders and hikers. The Zing Trailhead is the main entrance for the Jeep Trail. This trail is designated with an orange blaze. Most of these trails follow old logging roads. Some sections of the trail that were created to provide connecting loops require crossing steep slopes. These particular sections offer a greater challenge, but also require more skill.

Class of Vehicledirt bikers, ATVs, mountain bikers and horseback riders. High clearance vehicles, such as jeeps, may only travel on trail numbers 203 and 212.

Areas for OHV Trail Riding at Brock Creek



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