Deberrie Road

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4.2/5 (6 reviews)
Jessieville, Arkansas (Perry County)
Last Updated: 07/28/2020

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Deberrie Road/607 offers a variety of scenery in this 10-mile excursion through the Ouachita National Forest! It starts off as a quaint little forest road, after traveling about halfway you'll drive through an incredibly captivating forest canopy. Then on to see Wallace Bridge, Fourche LaFave River and picture-perfect fields with the Ouachita Mountains in the background! When you "stack" Deberrie Road with Doyle Springs/207, Forest Road 29000, Trail 86 to West Forked Mountain/124 and the Winona Auto Tour Scenic Drive, you'll have hours worth of trail riding adventure!

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4.2/5 (6)
Rated 4/5
Visited: 07/19/2023
Difficulty Accuracy: Spot On

This is a relatively easy trail although there was a tree down blocking the road around waypoint 2. This trail runs past a few houses so I doubt the tree will be in the way for long. I tried moving the tree using my recovery gear but the tree was too large and wedged between other trees so a chainsaw which I did not have will be necessary for clearing this obstacle. Otherwise this is an easy trail and provides great access to the interior forest and surrounding areas.
Rated 5/5
Visited: 05/21/2023
Difficulty Accuracy: Spot On

Made the run up to Deberrie Road this morning with my co-pilot. Started at east entrance to Winona Scenic Tour. Saw some amazing scenery and had a few adventures along the way. We stopped for a picnic lunch on Highway 7 going back home. Highly recommended for a loss stress JEEP outing.
Trail Review: Deberrie Road - George Gray
Trail Review: Deberrie Road - George Gray
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Rated 4/5
Visited: 07/28/2020

Wonderful ride through the country. Nice mix of forest and pasture land. Kind of feels like something you would see in an old movie. The old Wallace Bridge is pretty neat. Definitely recommend checking out this area.
Rated 3/5
Visited: 04/20/2020

Travelled east to west. Nice, easy ride. The only obstacle was a downed tree from the previous night's storm, just west of Wallace Bridge. Sawed it down & moved the limbs out of the way. Good traction throughout. Nice scenery - mix of forest, pasture land & some homes. Drove on & explored 3 side tracks that were open: Y09/Long Hollow, Y09M/Runt, and 607A/East Long Hollow. Roads were in decent condition. Y09M had some muddy spots but no problem with my stock Subaru Outback. These tracks had a few remote dispersed campsites. No spectacular scenery.
Rated 4/5
Visited: 03/06/2020

Took this trail along with a few others in the area, a nice drive although a waypoint eight where you turn right it feels like you're driving through someone's yard because the house is so close to the road you can almost reach out and touch it. Thought the pipe attached to the low water bridge on the left was neat, I guess it's there to keep foolhardy people from getting swept off the bridge when the water is too high.

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