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Idle Nook Horse Camp

Near: Y CityAR (Weather)
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90 Difficulty: Not Rated Trail
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Trail Description Private camp trails access the Forche Mountain Trails (Formerly Mill Creek Equestrian Trails). There are mountain views, abandoned silver mines, beautiful rock formations, plenty of creek crossings and miles and miles of endless riding. Even a waterfall or 2. Rides can range from a short one hour ride to a day full of riding! The Ouachita National Forest is absolutely beautiful. There are about 50 miles marked currently but more marked are being added constantly. No limit to unmarked, possibilities are endless! The Campground borders thousands of acres of Ouachita National Forest. Trails rate from easy to challenging. There's something for everyone!
Best Time to Visit Fall-Spring
Times to Avoid Modern Gun Season
Campground Idle Nook is a new horse camp that is still a work in progress. The camp offers a peaceful setting nestled at the base of Buck Knob Mountain. From the campground you can access the Fourche Mountain Trails (Formerly Mill Creek Equestrian Trails). There 22 water and 30 amp electric hookups with stalls, (50 amp service on 2 of those sites), 2 shower houses a bunkhouse and a karaoke stage for nightly entertainment. There is a huge forest service pond that borders the camp for those that want to throw a hook in! Please call ahead for reservations! We are currently working on building our new pavilion!
Human Facilities: Horse Facilities: Operated by: Contact: Additional Information
Electricity, Water, Showers, Toilets Corrals Water Jack & Mitzie Stevens
870-356-3655
jack@idlenook.com
Jack Stevens
58 Stevens Hideaway
Bonnerdale, AR 71933
Directions Idle Nook Horse Camp is located on Hwy 270 8 miles east from the 71/270 Junction near Y-City, AR
This information was provided by jacknmitzi on 9/21/2009 10:41:25 AM

Notes on Difficulty Rating:  
 Easy
(Gently sloping or level terrain; trails are groomed or wide open; shallow or no creek crossings. ) 
 More Difficult (Moderate hills over consistent surface; possibly some narrow trails and short steeper slopes) 
 Rigorous (Easy to More Difficult for rider but physically challenging for horse such as on a level surface through deep sand) 
 Challenging (Possible rocky, uneven surface, steep slopes, uncleared trails, faster flowing streams and other obstacles that lead to more difficult riding for rider and horse)

   

   

   

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