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Level: Intermediate
Length: 8 mi (12.9 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +81/91 ft
Total: 23 riders
 

Mountain Biking Spadra Creek Nature Trail

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#20 of 160 mountain bike trails in Arkansas
#1,340 in the world

Half of this trail is paved and lighted. It follows Spadra Creek and offers nice scenery. It goes through town and nature (we saw 2 deer just off of the paved path). New to the trail this year local groups have built Mt. bike trails through the woods. These mt. bike trails are clearly marked, organized and well maintained. There are contruction bridges, walkways, playparks and more. The water level was up when we rode the trail and got to enjoy some really nice scenery riding beside the creek. We spoke to a corp ranger and he said the city maintains the trail and adds to it quit often. The trail is one big loop, with Mt. Bike trails going out and back off of the loop. Great for beginners, family or anyone who wants to enjoy an excellent trail system with great scenery

First added by 1x7_Heaven on Jan 13, 2012. Last updated May 8, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: yes
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
I-40 to exit 58, go north on hwy 103. There is a trail head to the left just past the waffle house. If you continue North there is another trailhead (the official one) at the College of the Ozarks. Both trail heads are marked with signs.
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  • HoneyHam
    *****

    even more fun the second time for us!
    rode the three sections with loops- we always enjoy playing in Cherry Street loop

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  • jferg
    *****

    Lots of fun stuff to do on this trail. Great system well maintained.
    Hate to add a negative, but I've run into some shady characters a couple times. Not always good for a loner trip.

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  • PepperSprout
    *****

    loads of fun - cleaned my first totters!

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  • LogieMon
    *****

    Very clean and fun trails to ride. Well maintained and ready to ride at all times

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  • Brock Wyatt
    *****

    Loved the Trail. One of the best rides in Arkansas. It has a pump track and tons of ladder bridges.

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  • Taylor Gaston Wyatt
    *****

    Enjoyed the trail, great ride and really liked the Scout Trail and Tin-Can Alley. ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

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  • Spadra Creek Trails
    *****

    Ride trails this afternoon, everything clear and in good shape, enjoy !

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  • Bubblehead10MM   ✓ supporter
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    this is a delightful network, mostly in bottom land around it's namesake, except upper Scott which is downhilly, hitter higher up. plenty to explore for a few hrs.

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  • Spadra Creek Trails
    *****

    Trails are in great shape , lots of work after our latest flood. Enjoy the trails. .🚵🏻🚴🏿🚵🏻🚴🏿🚵🏻🚴🏿🚵🏻🚴🏿🚵🏻🚴🏿🚵🏻🚴🏿

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  • brockwyatt
    *****

    Great trail. It has a bunch of great ladders and tons of obstacles

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  • *****

    The trail is made of several loops. Most are right off the paved trail and the iron bridge. All single tracks, short loops, and good flow. They have good scenery and are always well maintained.

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