Spadra Creek Nature Trail - Trail, Clarksville, Arkansas

Spadra Creek Nature Trail - Trail, Clarksville, Arkansas

DESCRIPTION

The main Trail is actually a paved path along the levy that runs along spadra creek in downtown Clarksville. The fun however starts as you dive off the pavement and tackle one of the four single track trails that have been built. These trails are good beginner level trails that let you practice some of the basic mountain bike skills with out to much risk of injury. There are two trails for the more advanced biker called the "Hay maker" and "The Scout" trails. All in All these trails are fun and you can spend anywhere from 15 min. to a couple hours exploring a single trail or trying to take them all on in a single ride.

USER REVIEWS

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[May 03, 2014]
Specialized48
Weekend Warrior

Trails are in great shape, continued improvements and well maintained. There

are more people riding and enjoying the trails.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Jun 21, 2013]
Trail Junkie
Cross Country Rider

Trails are well maintained and very enjoyable single track.

Similar Products Used:

Old Post

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
[Feb 21, 2012]
Mac W
Cross Country Rider

These are singletracks that run through the middle of Clarksville. There aren't too many miles and the loops are relatively flat and short. The two main trailheads are at the iron brigde by McDonalds and on College Ave. just south of the university.

Customer Service

The trail is made of several different loops. Cherry St. loop is best counterclockwise, the interloop can be run either way. There are two trailheads, one is right off the paved trail by the universirty and the other is under the Cherry St. bridge. Haymaker was built to be run clockwise, entering from the iron brigde. The first extension is more fun counter clockwise and the second extension was built to be run clockwise. The Meadow loop can be run either way and so can the interloop. The Scout is made of two different sections, the Upper Scout and the Lower Scout. The Upper Scout is a good downhill going from the top of the slate hill headed north, upstream. The Lower Scout can be run both ways but is more fun running south, downsteam. There is another loop called the Iron Bridge loop and it sucks. There are future plans, one is a loop on the other side of the paved trail from the Haymaker. It is being built to run upstream, starting at the iron bridge.

Similar Products Used:

Old Post, Ceder Glades, Little Blakely, Ouachita Vista Trail, the Womble, Springhill park, Devil's Den, Slaughter Pen Hollow, Syllamo and the Upper Buffalo Wilderness

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
2
[Feb 19, 2012]
steven.wyatt
Weekend Warrior

The trails are accessible from the paved Spadra Creek Nature Trail. Great ride for beginners and more experienced bikers. Trails flow and are very enjoyable.

Customer Service

Cherry St , Scout Trail, Haymaker and Meadow Loop

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
[Dec 07, 2011]
Will
Cross Country Rider

these trails are great. built with flow in mind

Customer Service

Cherry St. loop and Haymaker, the Upper Scout can be a good downhill

Similar Products Used:

Mt. Magazine, Mt. Nebo, Old Post, Red Star

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
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