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01-27-2010 08:20 PM
LogRace I second Ozark National Forest! Went there last weekend as a newd in my 4dr sahara... drove through lots of mud, crossed a creek in 5 different spots, and climbed a bolder... in the Jeep! That place is awsome. I live in Farmington and were I went is about 20 miles southwest of Fayetteville, down hwy 16 past Elkins.
05-25-2009 07:11 AM
Krochus Dude you practically live right on top of the greatest and largest wheeling area in the State

A place called the Ozark Natl Forest. Just tread lightly and stay on designated trails.

Yesterday I put close to 120 miles on the odometer and never touched pavement. Ended up taking an awesome atv trail out towards Cass that runs up over Whiting Mountian
05-24-2009 07:46 PM
tate2326 what is a "tree trunk protector"? apparently they are needed at this place...
12-17-2007 11:53 PM
mvarnell If I got to the ORV park and get stuck are there people there who can pull me out? I know this sounds dumb but I have never been to one of these parks and don't know of anyone who has been except you guys. also do they charge to pull you if it is the operators of the ORV or how does it work.
12-17-2007 05:27 PM
Smeghead Wheres a good place for simple easy forest dirt roads? I dont want anything at all hard just fun on a dirt road or something
12-17-2007 11:06 AM
mvarnell I am in the same boat. I have wanted to try the ORV out but I still need the tow hooks. I will let you guys know when I get some and maybe we can make it a forum trip to the Springs!
01-28-2007 09:28 AM
blownfanswitch Cool, looks like all i need are the tow hooks
01-26-2007 02:42 PM
mswilder At Superlift it does not require and mods of any sort, they have level 1 trails to level 5 trails and every thing in between. here is some thing they require and some things recommended it off there websit.

Equipment Guide
Required
Functional seat belts for all occupants (must be worn at all times)
Open-top vehicles must have a functional roll bar
Tow hooks (no welded-on tow hooks)
Spare tire and jack
Tree trunk protector
Helmet for ATV / motorcycle rider

Recommended
CB radio
Fire extinguisher
First aid kit
Insect repellant (seasonal)
Camera
A trail buddy in another vehicle

here is the web site to the part http://www.orvpark.com/
they are having a mangers weekend on march 2, where you pay $50 for the entire weekend plus a years membership if I am not working i WILL be going if you want to meet up!
01-25-2007 09:27 AM
blownfanswitch Sounds like a plan. Do you know if they require any mods to play around? Do they have a website?
01-21-2007 11:39 PM
mswilder at the superlift park they have everything from mild to wild! if you are comeing from fayetteville, the best way i know is get to I-40 to little rock, 430 south to I-30, then I-30 to hot springs then at the magic springs exit, but just before MS there is a road to the right that is mill creek, follow that for about 3-6 miles (never tracked how for just an estiment) and the park will be on the right. i havent been out there to much but i am looking for someone to go with out on the trails so if you are planning come any time soon and maybe we can meet and go visit the park.
01-20-2007 08:07 PM
blownfanswitch Thanks for the link
01-20-2007 01:10 PM
Dare2BSquare Here's a resource

http://www.rockcrawlers4x4.com/index
01-19-2007 05:43 PM
blownfanswitch I'm in Fayetteville. Not sure i could tackle a ton of rocks. I like mud and trails.
01-18-2007 11:14 PM
Dare2BSquare Where are you. What type of offroading do you want to do? Mud, Rocks, Trails?
01-18-2007 03:01 PM
mswilder yea the best place is the Superlift ORV park, in hot springs. where are you coming from and i will tell you how to get there.
01-15-2007 04:43 PM
blownfanswitch
Where do I go?

You guys know any place to offroad in AR?

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