Mountain Biking in Camp Robinson, North Little Rock, Arkansas USA

37 mi / 59.54 km
Singletrack, Loop
Elevation Gain:
Top Elevation:
600 ft / 182.88 m
North Little Rock, known as "opposite Little Rock" until the civil war and ''Argenta'' from January 1906 to October 1917, 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.

CARP Camp Robinson is a 37 mi / 59.54 km trail. It is actually a loop of trails, but the entrance is mainly one. In order to have access to the trails, you should acquire a sportsman’s pass. You can take the pass at the gate M-F from 8.00 am to 4.00 pm. You can also buy the CARP membership card for ten dollars from the Arkansas Cycling and Fitness. Trails vary from easy to harder and they are well maintained with decent climbs, offering you some great speed.

The easy trails are the Airport loop, the two bridges and Yucca. The intermediate trails consist of Buddha, Portopotty, Ball of Nails and Advanced Trig. You can start your warm up on the new trail called Turn Turn Turn and then move on to the more difficult ones. Keep in mind that you should have water supplies with you, because there is nowhere to fill up. While entering, it is best to sign in at the fire station for your own safety.

So, if you like to keep things interesting and change up your route every time, there is no better place to visit than Camp Robinson. Just get out and ride!!!