Arkansas State Park Trails
Search by difficulty level to find trails that offer just the right amount of challenge.
tend to be flat and well-marked and are generally
shorter than other trails.
have more elevation change and may have a
more rugged trail path with roots and rocks to cross.
tend to be longer, may have extreme elevation
changes, may include stream crossing and may follow along bluff lines.
Arkansas Hiking Trails
The Arkansas State Parks offer a wide variety of Arkansas hiking trails and experiences. Cane Creek State Park offers the hike-in campsites
and shelters on the Cane Creek Lake Trail. For day hikes, the Waterfowl Way Trail
at Millwood State Park offers a level path with
the possibility of seeing lots of wildlife including beavers at an active beaver
lodge and an alligator "hole". For one state park that offers two types of hikes,
try Pinnacle Mountain State Park. The East Summit
Trail goes up the east side of Pinnacle and is rated strenuous and offers adventurous
hikers a wild day! The Kingfisher Trail winds through the floodplain of the Little
Maumelle River and is a hard-surfaced, barrier-free trail with unique plants, wildflowers,
birds and wildlife.
Arkansas Kayaking Trails
The Cane Creek Kayak Trail at Cane Creek State Park
allows paddlers the opportunity to float through a "sea" of lily pads and get up
close to a beaver lodge.