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The Hidden Diversity Multi-Use Trail is designed to accommodate hikers, equestrians and mountain bikers alike. The trail is made of three smaller loops. Parking for this trail is located two miles south of Highway 12 on Townsend Ridge Road. Townsend Ridge Road is near War Eagle Road.

The park's 16-mile, multi-use Hidden Diversity Trail is designed for use by hikers, bikers and horseback riders. No motorized vehicles are allowed. The trail follows ridge tops and rims with lots of curves and a few hills that drop 200 to 300 feet in elevation. The entire trail is surrounded by woods that are mainly comprised of oak and hickory.When weather conditions warrant, the trail is subject to closure to mountain bike and equestrian use. . In addition, all or a portion of the park’s trail system may be closed occasionally for permitted hunting seasons or maintenance repair. Contact the park to check on the current trail status before traveling to Hobbs to participate in these activities.

Difficulty: Moderate

 
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Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area, Arkansas


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