Hobbs State Park Conservation Area

Description

At 60 miles, Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area is the largest land park in Arkansas. Bordered by the shores of Beaver Lake, this park offers a diverse landscape of valleys and plateaus that's sure to please everyone. Hikers will love traveling the tunnel in the Historic Van Wrinkle Trail, which leads to the legendary lumber mill and home of Van Wrinkle Hollow. The Hidden Diversity Trail is an ideal terrain for mountain bikers, where woods surround the bumpy trail that contains loops, ideal for sharp turns. Outdoor shooting ranges and access to seasonal hunting will appeal to outdoorsmen everywhere.

Address

20201 East Hwy 12
Rogers, AR 72756

Lat/Long

36.28677000, -93.94390900
Visit Website
(479) 789-5000

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