Black River and Trappers Lake Trails

Hoxie, Arkansas

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These trails make a consecutive loop through the park. Where one ends, the other begins. The route goes through woodlands and a historic town site, beside a river, and around a lake. Old Davidsonville State Park is centered around the site of what was once a bustling town. Now only a few artifacts remain. Old Davidsonville State Park gets high marks for several reasons. The trails are well maintained, park personnel are hospitable and helpful, and the campgrounds are very clean and safe. Camping here is a lot of fun, especially in the off-season. Within the solitude of the deep woods, the night wind sometimes carries the eerily beautiful refrains of a distant coyote chorus.
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by Janie & Wyatt Jones (Falcon Guides)

These trails make a consecutive loop through the park. Where one ends, the other begins. The route goes through woodlands and a historic town site, beside a river, and around a lake. Old Davidsonville State Park is centered around the site of what was once a bustling town.

Now only a few artifacts remain. Old Davidsonville State Park gets high marks for several reasons. The trails are well maintained, park personnel are hospitable and helpful, and the campgrounds are very clean and safe. Camping here is a lot of fun, especially in the off-season. Within the solitude of the deep woods, the night wind sometimes carries the eerily beautiful refrains of a distant coyote chorus.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Hoxie
Distance: 2.5
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Old Davidsonville State Park
Local Maps: USGS Noland
Driving Directions: Directions to Black River and Trappers Lake Trails

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May 2018