Four Wheel Driving in Ott Park, North Little Rock, Arkansas USA

5 mi / 8 km
Climate Type:
230 ft / 70 m to 250 ft / 76.2 m
8.00 am to 6.00 pm
North Little Rock known as "opposite Little Rock" until the civil war, Argenta from January 1906 to October 1917 when it took its final name and boundaries, is located across the picturesque Arkansas River in Pulaski County, Arkansas. The state’s 6th largest city includes among others beautiful lakes, magnificent parks, walking and bicycling trails, recreational and entertainment facilities.

Located on the Old England Highway, east of Interstate 440, the Ott Park is the only free all-terrain vehicle riding park in North Little Rock. This 200 ac/ 0.80 km² tract of land is open seven days a week, from 8 am until dark. The Ott Park is open to ATVs, UTVs and dirt bikes. Its land features many trails –enough to keep you riding all day- and two lakes.

At Ott Park you will find the most awesome mud holes that are waiting all four wheel driving enthusiasts to get into mud. Its elevation starts at 230 ft / 70 m to 250 ft / 76.2 m and its trail can reach 5 mi / 8 km. Though it’s mostly for amateurs, more experienced drivers can also join the fun.  All in all, if you are willing to get muddy while driving in the forest then you’ve found the perfect spot!