Best Fitness in Arkansas

Looking for the best fitness in Arkansas? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Arkansas. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the incredible Outbound community.

  • Hike the Pinnacle Mountain West Summit Trail

    This rocky trail begins at the park picnic grounds and winds its way to the top of Pinnacle Mountain. From the top is a spectacular view of Lake Maumelle, the Arkansas River Valley, the Ouachita Mountains and west Little Rock. This is truly a brea...

    1.5 miles 1011 ft gain

  • Hike the Caddo Bend Trail

    Located within the Lake Ouachita State Park, the Caddo Bend Trail is an wonderful 2-3 hour hike. Although promenently covered by shade the entire 4 miles, the Ouachita Lake area can be very hot in the summer and the trail should be done in the mor...

    4 miles

  • Indian Creek to The Eye Of The Needle

    Starting at approx. 900' in elevation, this 5 mile out and back hike ascends 700' in elevation to 1,400 at the highest point- The Eye of The Needle. The trail head is located next to the Buffalo River sign at Kyles Landing on the West side of the...

    5 miles 700 ft gain

  • Hike The Rock Valley & East Quarry Trail, Pinnacle Mountain SP

    The Rock Valley Trail and East Quarry Trail trailheads can be found on the Southeast side of the vistors center parking lot (Make sure the take the small walk up the stairs to the nearby overlook before your hike). This portion of the trail is hea...

    2.5 miles 500 ft gain

  • Bike or Walk Across the Big River Crossing

    This is one of the best ways to experience the Mighty Mississippi and view the Memphis skyline.It takes about 10 minutes to bike across and maybe 20 minutes to walk across. On the Arkansas side there are picnic tables.You can make this a quick tri...

    1 miles 0 ft gain

  • Bike the Arkansas River Trail Bridges Loop

     To start this bike ride, we parked in the Clinton Presidential Library parking lot just east of downtown. Head north over the Arkansas River on the Clinton Bridge and continue to follow the Arkansas River Trail signs on the north side of the rive...

    15 miles

  • Climb at Jamestown Crag

    Jamestown Crag is just a few minutes south of Batesville and is one of the largest, most exposed areas of Atoka sandstone in Northeast Arkansas. There are 70+ well bolted sport routes ranging in difficulty from 5.5 to 5.13. The crag offers many to...