Your gateway to the Ozarks
We are located in Combs, Arkansas, 35 minutes southeast of Fayetteville and adjacent to the Ozark-St. Francis National Forest Boston Mountain District which offers access to hundreds of miles of off-road trails. Our location offers the closest access to the trails and the Combs Store & Cafe is next door. Bring your ATV, UTV, dirt bike, or Jeep and ride right from camp, no need to trailer! Mental Mods ATV/UTV shop is 1 mile north should you have any issues during your stay and they offer trail recovery services! Motorcyclists will enjoy riding the beautiful Pig Trail Scenic Byway which starts just a few miles away. We're also near the White River and Mulberry River if you're into fishing or paddling. With plenty of other popular hiking or biking trails and points-of-interest nearby, it'll be easy to find an adventure. The hard part is deciding what to do first! See the map links below to help plan your trip.
Parking is available for $5. Click BOOK ONLINE below.
OHV Trail Maps
These linked files can be dowloaded into the Avenza or Maprika apps on your smartphone or tablet which allows you to track yourself in real time anywhere on the trail system.
MAPRIKA app and map links
Apple app download
Android app download
2022 Ozark Full Map
AVENZA map links
Boston Mountain District MVUM (Mill Creek & Buckhorn)
Pleasant Hill District MVUM
Big Piney District MVUM (Moccasin Gap & Brock Creek)
All Ozark-St. Francis National Forest Recreational Maps
Please help keep our trails open!
The Ozark National Forest has some amazing off-road trails and we'd like to keep them ridable for years to come. The UTVs are getting bigger, more powerful, and larger, aggressive tires are becoming the norm. Please be good stewards of the land and ride in a manner that preserves trail integrity. Do your best to avoid wheel spin on erosion prone areas. Stay on the trails and DO NOT attempt to climb off trail embankments and inclines! There are private parks and other trails systems for that type of riding. This quickly causes major trail damage and erosion which leads to impassable or dangerous sections and trail closures. PACK OUT YOUR TRASH! If everyone will be a little more mindful we can keep these trails open and maintained for everyone's enjoyment!
RESPECT PRIVATE PROPERTY
If you see PURPLE paint or signage indicating private property STAY OUT! Ride at a reasonable speed when traveling county roads or forest roads past private property and houses. Aggravating locals is a good way to lose our riding privileges!