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Level: Intermediate
Length: 4 mi (6.4 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: -
Total: 9 riders

Mountain Biking Lee Creek Reservoir Trail

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#66 of 190 mountain bike trails in Arkansas
#4,601 in the world

Singletrack composed of two main loops separated by a creek. Be watchful for the occassional hiker as many non-cyclists use this trail. It's a nice trail suitable for all skill levels. The first loop is east of the creek and follows the creek for a little bit and then meanders up hill and takes you to some nice little sandstone bluffs. The second loop is on the west side of the creek. The trail used to be marked with aluminum hiker tags on trees, but some of them have since disappeared. There is a little cemetery on the first part of the trail so please do not disturb the stones.

First added by nbouse on Jun 10, 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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Getting there
Hwy 59 north out of Van Buren, pass the Wal-Mart Supercenter and turn left onto Old Union Town Road. Follow the road for several miles and turn left onto Pine Hollow Road. (Old Union Town and Pine Hollow form a "Y", take a left at the "Y", also there is a dirt road on the left which is Pine Hollow Drive, don't take this road). Follow Pine Hollow Road for several miles until you see a church, possibly called Old 43 Assembly of God, Turn left at the church and you will be at the trailhead.
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  • Russhole

    I wasn't sure if i was at the correct place at first. The trailhead starts out at a set of stairs and doesn't have anything about mtb's anywhere. The trail itself is pretty good. Lots of good technical rocks and some good fast flowy sections, but there are some wicked climbs. I'm in pretty good shape and got light headed at the top of the climb on the orange loop. I rated it advanced because there are several places where i had to dismount (mostly on the climbs), but there areas where the intermediate rider will dismount for technical rocky sections. Over all, i would come back.

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  • YetiPlease

    Great winter trail. Trailwork done in November & December for awesome wintertime riding. She's pretty tough, but that's why she's called "The Lady".

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  • bspessard

    This trail has TONS of potential. I rode it a couple weeks ago, though, and it was pretty overgrown. There were a few times I wasn't sure if I was actually on the trail or not, and at one point I was sure I was going to come across some snakes.

    The trail crossed a fire-stop for some power lines and it took me some time to find out where it started again on the other side. Overall though, the trail is marked well. (I followed the orange trail). There are a couple more out there I plan on checking out soon. Hopefully the coming fall leaves don't make sections of it disappear.

    All in all, it's a great trail with some good climbs and some scenery.

    If you're in the Fort Smith/Van Buren area, help me ride it and maintain it!

    * Review edited 9/7/2012

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  • 1x7_Heaven

    Nice view of lee creek once you climb to the top. There is an old homestead to check out and a few cliffs that are pretty neat.

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  • SpencerHarris

    couple of sweet creeks and bluff views and a short rocky up hill climb

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