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Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area - All Monument Trails are open. (Reservations for the new campsites on Karst Loop can be made here)
Mount Nebo State Park - All Monument Trails are currently open. (Reservations for cabins and campsites in the park can be made here.)
Pinnacle Mountain State Park - All Monument Trails are open with the exception of the connection to Coachwhip from the lower parking area. Please stay out of any trail or parking lot construction areas.
Devil's Den State Park - Fossil Flats is open. All other Monument Trails are currently under construction. Please respect those closures. (Reservations for cabins and campsites in the park can be made here.)
The Monument Trails are a collection of world-class, mountain biking destinations within Arkansas State Parks. These shared use trails are professionally crafted by some of the world’s best trail builders to showcase natural iconic beauty through innovative and sustainable design and build. Monument trails are seamlessly woven into the beautiful landscape of Arkansas State Parks to highlight unique terrain, historic landmarks, and scenic vistas.
The Monument Trail network offers users of all skill levels meaningful and enduring experiences in nature. The trails are accessible to everyone seeking an outdoor adventure. On these trails, users will connect to a sense of extraordinary place and history while building lasting memories from each visit.
Monument Trails are created through a partnership with the Arkansas Parks and Recreation Foundation (APRF), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing parks and recreational opportunities throughout the Natural State. The foundation is funded through private donations and has been the recipient of several grants allowing the work to begin on Monument Trails. A grant from the Walton Family Foundation supported the development of the Monument Trails at Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area, Pinnacle Mountain, and Mount Nebo state parks. Future trails are in development at Devil’s Den State Park.