Nature Trails

Cedar Bluff Nature Trail: 1 mile; easy to walk.

Dogwood Nature Trail: 1 mile; fairly easy to walk.

Forest Heritage Trail: 1.1 mile; fairly easy to walk but does have some climbs.

Pine Ridge Nature Trail: ¾-mile; fairly easy to walk; it has two uphill grades and two downhill grades. This trail does not loop around to its starting point.

Beaver Lodge Nature Trail: 1 mile; fairly easy to walk. This trail does not loop around to its starting point.

Pine Creek Lake, located in on the west side of the county, offers the nearby River Ridge Nature Trail and Little River Park for hiking.

The McCurtain County Wilderness Area features a self guided nature trail that winds its way through the eastern portion of the state managed wilderness area.

The Little River National Wildlife Refuge, Ouachita National Forest, Three Rivers and Honobia Creek Wildlife Management Areas don’t have any developed trails, but the areas feature many closed roads and natural conditions perfect for hikers who desire a more rugged journey. Be sure to get a land access permit before hiking on Three Rivers and Honobia creek wildlife management areas.