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Ponca, AR

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Beautiful Trails! The Old River Trail goes along Buffalo river with bluffs along the river banks that are breathtaking! Can ride to Steel Creek campground and have lunch. Granny Hendersons house is a great place with great history! When you go on goat trail to Big Bluff make sure you walk the short distance to the hole and go thru and look at the view from there! Hemmed in Hollow, Horseshoe Bend and Bench Trail are there and Sneed Creek Trail was one of our favorites and rode that area twice. You'll see old cars, a large plateau of flat rocks, rapids in the creek . Lots of old cabins and chimneys to see. Right out of camp the trail was pretty. Uncle trailered us out one day. Drive to Ponca, population 9, see the elk herd at Boxley Valley, eat at Low Gap Cafe and you'll see hand made pottery plates. Lost Valley is a easy hike and you'll see a lot. We saw several water falls, Roark Bluff Falls, V Notch Falls and Twin Falls that you could see from your vehicle or a very short walk to.The campsites were level, electric at each and water between sites. Pens were close but not covered. A one room shower house for everyone. Good road going to camp. Brent checked on us every night. And Henny Penny the Chicken visited us every day and always had her friend Mr Duck. Usually when we were eating lunch! It was a great place and will go back. A little less than 600 miles for us. Pat Fark, Ft Wayne, In and Mary Lou, Ia joined me. Great Place!
Reviewed by: Linda & Morris Dolph on 6/2/2017 12:12:47 AM
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Experience: Expert Ride Date: 5/18/2017 Hometown: Waterloo, IA

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Best kept secret in newton Co. Ark. Nice campground. Great owners! it is an easy pull and you are right there at the main trails.You can also arrange to be shuttled and dropped off at different trailheads. This campground also is great if you are just hiking or traveling thru.Love the new shower and bathroom! The stalls are also a nice addition. Brent and Cynthia Clark are a good christian couple who go the extra mile for their guests.
Reviewed by: Old saddlebags on 11/10/2010 8:15:59 AM
Experience: Expert Ride Date: 10/2/2010 Hometown: Kissee Mills, MO

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Nice small campground. Very clean and has water, electric hookups. You can highline your horse on sturdy highlines that are right behind the sites or he has 6 nice corrals in the shade just behind the highlines. Centerpoint trailhead is right across the road and you can ride down to the Buffalo River and see neat old homes, cabins, barns plus beautiful bluffs and waterfalls. Trails are very rocky in places so shoes are must and pads if your horse gets tender. Very close to Steel Creek, you can ride to there, Compton and Erbie trailheads. Go watch the Elk in Boxley Valley only about a 5 minute drive from camp. We have a very large lq trailer and got in the campground no problem. Highly recommend riding here.
Reviewed by: Anonymous on 10/13/2010 4:43:32 PM
Experience: Expert Ride Date: 10/10/2010 Hometown: , MO