Danville Mountain Trail


Area Status: Open

This interpretive trail has the first half mile surfaced and is accessible for wheel chairs, walkers, and other similar types of equipment. Along the trail, you will enjoy interpretive signs focused on wildlife and ecosystem management of the national forest. Other features include a scenic vista overlooking the City of Danville, trail shelters, and access to the City of Danville trail system.

At a Glance

Operational Hours: Open year round.
Rentals & Guides: Click here for more information and a map.
Area Amenities: Interpretive Site, Accessible
Fees: No fee.
Usage: Light-Medium
Best Season: Open year round.
Busiest Season: Spring.
Restrictions: Biking is not allowed on the hard surface accessible part of the trail.  Motorized vehicles are not allowed.  Camping is not allowed at the trailhead.
Closest Towns: Danville, Arkansas.
Restroom: None
Operated By: Jessieville-Winona-Fourche Ranger District (501) 984-5313

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information

Activities

Mountain Biking

The trail is 1.5 miles and takes about one hour, one-way.  The first one half mile is graveled and accessible, the remaining one mile is unsurfaced.

Fees: No fee.
Usage:

    From Danville, take State Highway 10 East for two miles to Forest Service Road 649, travel 1.5 miles to trailhead.

    Biking is not allowed on the hard surface accessible part of the trail.  Motorized vehicles are not allowed.  Camping is not allowed at the trailhead.

Difficulty Level: Easy to Intermediate

Day Hiking

The trail is 1.5 miles and takes about one hour, one-way.  The first one half mile is graveled and accessible, the remaining one mile is unsurfaced.

General Info:

Directions

From Danville, take State Highway 10 East for two miles to Forest Service Road 649, travel 1.5 miles to trailhead.

 

 


Directions

From Danville, take State Highway 10 East for two miles to Forest Service Road 649, travel 1.5 miles to trailhead.


Directions

From Danville, take State Highway 10 East for two miles to Forest Service Road 649, travel 1.5 miles to trailhead.


Fees: No fee.
Usage:

    From Danville, take State Highway 10 East for two miles to Forest Service Road 649, travel 1.5 miles to trailhead.

    Biking is not allowed on the hard surface accessible part of the trail.  Motorized vehicles are not allowed.  Camping is not allowed at the trailhead.

Difficulty Level: Easy to Intermediate

Interpretive Areas

Amenities

Interpretive Site: Interpretive signs focused on wildlife and ecosystem management of the national forest.
Accessible: The first half mile of trail surfaced and is accessible.

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities

Location

 
  Area/Length : 
1.5 miles

  Latitude : 
35.03912

  Longitude : 
-93.37475