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Witts Springs, AR

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2nd time returning to Boston Mountain and there were even more trails. Went to Lunch Stop and while we were taking a break could hear elk close by. And on private ground rode along a long rock wall to Barn Hollow Falls. There is a trail that you can see 3 counties when you are on a hill in a open area. Trails are easy to more rugged and they have a better map. They have added more pens in the barn and have forks and wheel barrows. If you want a break or some don't ride there are several places of interest to drive to. Jasper has Blue Bakery & cafe, Twin Falls by Camp Orr, Low Gap Cafe, National Park Headquarters has great information, Steel Creek Camp has Roark Bluff Falls and V Notch Falls, Ponca population 9 has a large Elk population and Boxley Valley Park. Saw Cliff House Restaurant and there is a Mexican restaurant in Marshall and farm store. Campground sites are mostly level with electric and water at each site. They are working on a bathroom / shower house that will be handy. 590 miles for me and worth the trip!
Reviewed by: Linda & Morris Dolph on 11/7/2019 4:36:39 PM
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Experience: Expert Ride Date: 10/7/2019 Hometown: Waterloo, IA

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Boston Mountain is a new camp with excellent trails. We marked trailheads while I was there to help find them after some logging was done. They did have a map. I was there 8 nights and never ran out of trails to ride. If Andrew is available he will ride with you otherwise explain the map and tell you good places to ride. It is beautiful riding and so much to see with a lot of history! I rode to Hendricks cabin, Wasson school, few cabins by different creeks, "scoot" trail to Bear Cat Hollor which has a waterfall in background, Sulfer Falls, Richland Creek is beautiful, Windy Point with a view on all 3 sides, , Needles Eye rock formation, Cub Falls for lunch, Triple Springs andWhiskey Still Falls. There are easy to harder trails and plenty to ride. Unload your horse by the large shed that has very nice pens in it, can clean out your trailer there as there is a manure pit on back side of barn and they have forks and wheel barrows. If you take a saddle rack it works out perfect to unload your tack & feed right there but if you prefer you may tack up at your trailer. There is a long water hose in barn to make it handy to fill your pails.They sell shavings reasonable there if you need some. Campsites have a few that you can drive thru but mainly back in. Each site has electric and water and mainly level sites. They are building a bathroom shower house in middle of camp which will be handy. They have done a nice job with the new campground and I'm sure will keep improving. You will probably meet family members as while I was there a brother cut a tree off trail and parents came down to check everything.A very great Christian Family that will do an excellent job! I will go back and it was 590 miles for me. A little hilly and curvy but good roads. Marshall is a close town and lots of interesting places to drive to.
Reviewed by: Linda & Morris Dolph on 11/6/2019 9:35:03 PM
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Experience: Not Specified Ride Date: 10/9/2018 Hometown: Waterloo, IA