Take a loop around the Great Lakes with over 1600 square miles of countryside surrounded by nature and three awesome towns with the wind in your hair and enjoy the freedom and glory that soothes your soul.
On this eclectic ride, be sure to make time to kick back by one of the Lakes, shoot a round of golf, tour one of the Museums, but most of all take time to view all of the natural beauties of Benton County.
Don’t forget to book a stay at one of our many lodging options located throughout beautiful Benton County because you’ll need more than just one day!
Overlooking the western shores of the Harry S Truman Reservoir (and on the Benton/Henry county line), this area has about 400 acres of trails, rolling hills and scattered mud pits to enjoy. The trails wind through a scenic mixed hardwood forest and offer some nice views of the lake.
The area is open daily, year-round. During wet weather conditions, the trails can get very muddy (even after a little rain) and can take anywhere from a few days or longer to dry out. For current conditions, check with the Army Corp of Engineers before heading out.
There is no fee charged to ride but the trails are only open during daylight hours. Overnight parking is not permitted but camping can be found nearby.
The trails are only open to dirt bikes and ATV’s that are 50 inches or less in width. Side by sides, trucks, and Jeeps are not permitted.
Click here for a map.
The park is managed by the Army Corp of Engineers and more information can be found here.
Check out Benton County lodging facilities nearby here.