What to know
Hugely popular with ATV riders is the Wolf Pen Gap Trails. The system offers 41 miles of looping trails that are connected to accommodate riders who want to vary the length of their trips. Trails range from easy to most difficult and wind through some of the most rugged and secluded areas of the Ouachita National Forest.
Featuring high mountain vistas, the trail leads the rider through an array of areas, including scenic Gap Creek and Board Camp Creek. The trail continues through a forest of large pines and hardwoods before passing the unique 2-footed oak tree and an abandoned mine shaft. The trail loops are connected to accommodate riders who want to vary the length of their trips.
This area was designated for All-Terrain Vehicle use in 1991. The trails consist of a combination of old logging roads and recently constructed trails which offer a wide range of challenges fro riders of differing skill levels. The trails are tailored to all-terrain vehicles, motorized trail bikes and off-road bicycles.
Trails are marked with vertical fiberglass posts and reflective stickers. A varied combination of high mountain vistas and lush stream valleys lead the visitor through an array of areas. They continue through forests of large pine and oak trees before passing the unique two-foot oak and an abandoned mine shaft. The trails form an interconnected system to accommodate riders.