4x4 Rock Hop G19 is another great connector trail at Hot Springs ORV Park to get out of the sun and enjoy some shade. Grab a seat at the covered picnic table, relax, and recharge before continuing on to the excitement awaiting on
, one of Jeep's "Badge of Honor" trails. The "Kids Zone" at Waypoint 3 is a great place to let the younger ones enjoy some time on their four-whee
About Hot Springs ORV Park:
Originally established in March of 2002 as Superlift Off-Road Vehicle Park, Hot Springs Off-Road Vehicle Park is considered an off-road Mecca by many. The trails are well marked and rated from one to five diamonds (one being the easiest, five being the hardest.) According to HSORV Park's own trail map, a five-diamond trail is described as "These are the "real deal" obstacles for the hard-core off-roader. Go with at least 36" tires and all the other truck stuff. Mechanical and body damage is the norm. These trails require a co-driver/spotter and the driver's undivided attention. Bring a camera and a clean change of underwear." The Park's trail map is located here:
and is a great reference for trail rating, rules, and regulations. You will also see on the map there are trails that are intended for motorcycles and/or SxS's/ATV's/UTV's only (no SUV's allowed.) If you are traveling from afar, plan on staying a while. You can wheel on the trails for days and not even make it to half of them. Anyone from beginner to expert can come and get their money's worth out of several days of trail riding or extreme rock crawling. After a day on the trail, you can shower up at the Park and head downtown to enjoy what Hot Springs has to offer. HSORV Park is only 5 miles from downtown Hot Springs. The city itself is a huge tourist attraction. From the beautiful scenic views atop Hot Springs Mountain Tower, a fun and refreshing day at Magic Springs Theme and Water Park, or enjoying the history of the city in the downtown spas or Gangster Museum of America, there is something for the whole family. Oaklawn is close by if you like to wager on horses or play some electronic gaming such as poker or blackjack. You could easily stay a week and not take it all in.lers or SxS's, as no big rigs are allowed in their loop.
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