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|Trail Image||Trail Name||States||Length||Surface||Rating|
Big Spring Nature Trail is located in the heart of Cotter, once a railroad boomtown in north-central Arkansas surrounded by the Ozark Mountains. The city sits in a horseshoe bend of the White River,...
|AR||2.75 mi||Ballast, Crushed Stone||
The Old Railroad Trail can be found at the south end of Gilbert, a small town in north-central Arkansas with less than 100 residents. The trail begins near the historic Gilbert General Store (built in...
|AR||1.7 mi||Ballast, Dirt, Grass||
The Roark Creek Trail provides a pleasant, tree-lined east-west corridor across Branson. As it follows its namesake creek, the paved pathway provides access to North Beach Park on its east end and...
Table Rock Lakeshore Trail offers an easy, paved pathway to experience nature in southern Branson. Following the lake's shoreline, the trail winds through Table Rock State Park under a lush tree...
Very pretty- clearly marked trails!
My wife and I rode the beautiful Table Rock Lakeshore Trail today in Table Rock State Park, near a Branson, Missouri. It’s only 2.2 miles long, but this nicely paved trail has pretty scenery around every twist and turn. Most of the trail is shady and there are great views of Table Rock Lake. If you want a longer ride, the state park’s network of roads is bike friendly and not heavily traveled.
Per the other two reviews, this is more of a walking trail than a biking trail. Several stretches of loose gravel make it not suitable for road bikes. Per title, shorter than advertised on app. Three stars was perhaps a gift.
Ride to the east ends up riding on the street and an unexpected 15 degree hill followed by steep uphill over a bridge in traffic. West ride ends up with half mile unpaved trail. Not well signed on transitions. Good thing I had map on the app.
We rode this trail with our two kids, 10 and 13. This was a Nice trail, good view, shaded, a fairly flat bike ride. There are some spots you can get in tablerock so that was a bonus.
Ran here in 2006 and again this October.Trail is great.Views are fantastic.You do cross some lake boat launch ramps.If in Branson,run this trail.You'll enjoy it.
Excellent trail Signed, Parking at both ends of trail. Noel Keller
Branson gets a C- on this trail. East end marking is either well hidden or non-existent. Went to Stockstill Park as secondary entry point. Nice but too short.
I ran this trail from His Place Resort all the way to the Big Spring Park in the morning. The trail consists of grey, crushed hard gravel, great for walking, running or biking. They even had a bench about a mile from my cabin. You can see the river for most of the way but its starts to get farther away as you head toward the park. Then as you get closer to the park, the River comes back into the view.
I wasn’t the only person out on the trail, there was a county truck checking out the trail and two other mountain bikers.
There is a rock cliff wall on the other side that overlooks the River. I even spotted two small caves that were right at the end of the trail. The trail is covered by tall trees so it was nice and cool for my run.
I was really excited I didn't have to drive somewhere to get in my run that morning. I heard it continues on once you pass the gate near the campgrounds but I didn't get to check it out.
Camping with the family at Denton Ferry, I took my son on a hike along the RTC to Cotter, Arkansas. It is a very quiet, peaceful trail along the White River with opportunity to spot wildlife and enjoy nature. The trail is well maintained, and ideal for hiking or mountain biking.
The park and swimming hole in Cotter make for a nice destination for a picnic, trout fishing and enjoying small town Arkansas.
My First time on this trail. Descended 800 feet in about a mile. Challenging decent down to Little Piney Creek. Trail was marked well but not over marked. I ran about half. The ascent back to my car was brutal. Getting hot. Total tree cover and not a stitch of wind. Solitude - me and the spider webs across the path.
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