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Level: Beginner
Length: 6 mi (9.7 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +543/ -564 ft
Total: 19 riders

Mountain Biking Boyle park

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#50 of 200 mountain bike trails in Arkansas
#3,588 in the world

Three trails. South is a short bit with a nice climb and some near intermediate spots. North nature trail has plenty of switch back climbs up and down some hills. The west loops are kinda networked. Good for sessioning around. West is mostly less demanding. All trails loaded with small rocks and some roots.

First added by Bubblehead10MM on Jan 1, 2014. Last updated May 11, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From I-630 ex 5 S on University Rt on Boyle into park.
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  • Doo

    This park is a DUMP!! Only cars parked were probably doing drug deals! Most all I could find is paved trails with a lot of those tracks needing a redo! The only non-paved trail I found was the "south trail" which was laden with rock& root obstacles. I'm a beginner on the trails so this was not for me! I'll look N of the river next

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  • DMan23

    First time on the most western trail called "Grilled" after a Saturday CATA event at Boyle Park pavilion. Is roughly 3.5 miles long. No obstacles thanks to several volunteer groups like CATA. Was good for beginners. Has a decent amount of half buried rocks, some roots, etc. Will return soon to improve my skills.

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  • Mickey Young

    I only rode Grilled Trail but was thuroughly impressed with it. It gets a plenty of traffic, well maintained and offers plenty of fun for all. Enjoy!!

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  • CFM   ✓ supporter

    There are some fun parts in this park but finding your way around is a challenge. Use of the paved path is necessary to reach all areas. A motivated group is making improvements to the longest segment which is generally a flat, windy, wooded section that contains about 4 miles of trail.

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  • Killwill777

    South trail was a nice ride some fun down hill spots. Parking looked a lil sketchy at the park so b sure an lock ur doors

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  • LikwidToast

    Ok so I drove here today expecting some dirt. It's all paved and forgotten by the city. It's ok for people who want to ride paved paths but not for those that want the off road feeling. It's good for what it is and the people I've met were friendly. 3 stars for being misled.

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  • pssydstryr

    Pretty easy trail which would be great for beginners. Get ready to bounce over a lot of roots and get slapped by poison Ivy since parts of the trails are slightly overgrown but its September so that is to be expected. There are a few good hill climbs but for the most part it's very easy. Other than this being in the scary part of town where you will likely get mugged and your bike stolen, I'd say go for it if you are a good fighter. I myself risk it every now and then when I'm feel like running an ok trail.

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  • DavidMan

    Rode the north nature trail, not very long, maybe 1.5 miles, with some decent climbs and some switchbacks. Lots of roots and rocks. Little overgrown in some spots but not bad. The park gives off a very sketchy vibe but nobody bothered us. Not familiar with any other parks in town but it wouldn't be hard to beat this one.

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  • Bubblehead10MM   ✓ supporter

    Boyle is a cool place. there're some for real hills to climb right there in town. It takes a bit of road and paved trail to connect the bits, but it's all nice trail in good shape. All generally rocky with some small rock gardens, all small rocks. Looks like I missed a piece of trail in the SE corner, in case you're unseeing my gps. There's also a separate network of paved trail on sight as well as play grounds and a pond, and picnic shelters.

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