Choctaw Nation Trail

#6 of 42 trails in Ouachita National Forest

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Choctaw Nation Trail is a 40 mile point-to-point trail located near Muse, Oklahoma that offers the chance to see wildlife. The trail is rated as difficult offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Mike Norman (141)

1 Completed3 Reviews

This trail basically runs from Talimena State Park to Billy Creek Campground. The park is about 7 mi NE of Talihina, OK. Park has tent & rv campsites with water & elec. Dump station avail. Trail starts from park & runs basically east parrallel to Hwy 1. Trail is over 40 miles long & not for beginners. Trail comes out just a little north of Nat'l Forest Serv Campground named Billy Creek. BC is a few miles north of Hwy 63 & west of Big Cedar. BC has tent & rv campsites. There is water & one pit toilet. There is a rv park & cabins & Big Cedar. There is no town at Big Cedar, it's just a road junction (63 & 259).

Mike Norman (141)

1 Completed3 Reviews

Oct 15, 2011 there are many more atv trails in this area.

Mike Norman (141)

1 Completed3 Reviews

Very good & challenging atv trail.

Doug Moore (122)

2 Completed2 Reviews

Much of trail is old 4 wheel drive road. Fairly good signage although there is the opportunity to take a wrong trail. Best done in the spring when water is available. Great view of the Ouachita mountains.