Little Missouri Trail

#2 of 42 trails in Ouachita National Forest

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Little Missouri Trail is a 15.4 mile point-to-point trail located near Caddo Gap, Arkansas. This trail is fairly level with a few steep inclines. It
crosses the Little Missouri River eight times and Crooked, Brier, Long, and Blaylock creeks once.

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brian lauter (737)

18 Completed14 Reviews

we had a cabin at camp albert pike for about 50 years and did the all the trails in the area as kids, what a great memory

Stephanie Seller (103)

6 Completed1 Reviews

Great hike and beautiful :)

Ryan Spraul (673)

13 Completed9 Reviews

Beautiful camping by the falls. Great way to finish up a 3rd day hiking the Eagle Rock Loop.

Tim Frilling (192)

2 Completed2 Reviews

Beautiful easy hike. Good swimming by falls.

Matt Shapter (102)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Great trail. Very well kept. We parked at the end and drove up to the step off point. Hiked 4 miles first day. Set up camp at first bridge. Great sources for water. Next day hiked 10 miles through Albert Pike and over the ridge to the big river crossing and set up camp. Soaked our feet in the nice cool water. Finished the next day. It was a good thing we had marked our truck with our GPS. it would have been hard to find without. Lots of great campsites along the trail.

Doug Evans (255)

9 Completed5 Reviews

Great trail, fantastic falls and sites. Bring a picnic and spend the day hiking and exploring the area.

Doug Neidholdt (88487)

482 Completed492 Reviews

This trail passes through the Little Missouri Falls. Very Scenic. Crossed the water 7 times. The water was up, Alot of creeks were flowing. Great year round, best in spring or fall for the falls. absolutely gorgeous. Hiked it in one day. Next time I will slow down and camp on the trail.