Length: 12 mi (19.3 km)
Surface: 4x4 Trail
Elevation: +173/ -162 ft
Total: 16 riders
Mountain Biking Fort Chaffee Tank / Humvee Trails
#50 of 190 mountain bike trails in Arkansas
From the starting point listed above, I take off into the woods just behind the school house, form the dirt fire roads there are many different 4x4 and tank paths once used by the military. These are great trails and in my opinion, the muddier the better. Also from this starting point you can return down Massard Road abour 1/4 mile to the back side of the Ben Geren Regional Park trail systems. Take any trails/roads and you're sure to enjoy your ride.
First added by nbouse on Jun 9, 2007. Last updated Apr 28, 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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from I-540: Take exit 8 (Rogers Avenue) and head east towards St. Edward Mercy Medical Center. Continue past hospital to Massard Road. Turn Right on Massard Road and continue approximately 3 miles to Wells Lake Road (on left). Park behind old stone school house on the corner of Wells Lake Road and Massard Road.
Really fun trail systemThank |
This is a great trail. Like previous reviews I enjoyed it the best going counter clockwise. There is a play park that is in the upper south/west loop of the trail.Thank |
This area is now public property and you can ride, walk, hike on these roads no problem. There is even a paved path going through there now that will take you to the Ben Geren trails system. Roadies like to ride loops on the paved roads on this part of chaffee.Thank |
OK, this is an update. Someone told me that you would have to go through a trail riders course before riding on Chaffee property. The thing I don't understand is how that applies to these areas being as it is no longer Federal Military grounds it has been turned over to the city's of Barling and Fort Smith. Take this information and do with it what you will. I personally don't feel like this is appropriate to our riding.Thank |
great for all those just wanting to get out and stomp through the mud and hills. Old Tank trails so be prepared to get messy.Thank |