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Cane Creek State Park

Average Rating:    (4 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 2

Located where the rolling terrain of the West Gulf Coastal Plain and the alluvial lands of east Arkansas's Mississippi Delta meet, this park offers you the opportunity to explore two of Arkansas's distinct natural settings in one visit. Hike or bike the park's 2,053 acres of woodlands in the Coastal Plain. The 15.5-mile, multi-use trail goes through rolling terrain, along the lake, and across many bridges including three spectacular suspension bridges. There is also a 2.5-mile multi-use trail for smaller adventures. The park’s 2-mile kayak trail offers a relaxing outdoor aquatic adventure.
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Latitude
33.930685
Longitude
-91.847355
City/County
Star City
State/Territory/Province
Arkansas
Zip/Postal Code
71667
Country
United States
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Review Date
August 16, 2009

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 4 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 3 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Ridden Once

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Reviewed by: trf6x6 ,  Weekend Warrior

Summary:
Me and my wife rode this trail last weekend. This is a really fun trail. We cut ourselves short on time. It took us just over three hours to ride it. It was a pretty good work out for us. We made it back to the truck a little after dark. It is ever bit of 16 miles. It has alot of bridges and three big suspension bridges. We won't go back until the fall after it cools down a little. We were wore out when we got back to the truck. My wife not the happiest camper around. I recomend when you leave the trailhead and you have the choice to go left or right. We will go to the left which is the opposite of the way we went. If you do it this way, you will still be fairly fresh while you are peddling through about 5 miles of tire sucking grass. The grass in on the levee and is flat as a board. The rest of the trail is rolling hills. They are pretty small but some are very steep.

Recommended Route:
Go counter clock wise.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Only one we have rode over in this part of the state.



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Review Date
November 6, 2008

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 3 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 2 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Every few months

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Reviewed by: OutdoorJoe ,  Weekend Warrior

Summary:
Very diverse trail starting (if you go clockwise) in some beautiful rolling hills and heavily wooded. This trail as like 50 bridges including 3 big suspension bridges that are really cool to ride. They have also built a nice boardwalk section through a wetter area. Don't think you'll get out of this ride dry though, it does have some nice stream crossings. The last 5 miles of the trail is along the top of a levee. At first I thought this would be the easy part of the ride but it has tire sucking grass which gives riders a nice little workout. This trail is an unexpected treasure in a part of the state that really needed a good mtn bike trail.

Recommended Route:
Go clockwise and sign in.



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