Deberrie Road

Jessieville, Arkansas (Perry County)

Last Updated: 07/28/2020
4 / 5 ( 4 reviews )
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Status: Open
Typically Open: Year Round
Length: 10.31 miles
Highest Elevation: 691 feet
Duration: About 45 minutes
Shape of Trail: Connector
Best Direction to Travel: N/A
Nearest Town: Jessieville
Nearest Town w/ Services: Jessieville
Official Road Name: Deberrie Road
Management Agency: Ouachita National Forest
District: Winona Ranger District
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Highlights

Highlight: Deberrie Road
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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Route Information

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Waypoints

1. Trailhead (0 mi)
Deberrie Road starts off of Highway 7. There is a Winona Wildlife Management Unit sign that marks the beginning of this trail.

Directions to Trailhead

Trailhead Coordinates: 34.929855, -93.144915

Starting Point: Jessieville Forestry Information Visitor Center

Form the Jessieville Forestry Information Visitor Center, head northeast on Ar-7 N for 22 miles. Turn right onto Deberrie Road the forest road number sign says 607. This is the trailhead.

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Trail Reviews (4)

Author: Official Crew
Status: Open
Offroaded on:
Rating:
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.

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Status: Open
Offroaded on:
Rating:
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.

Author:
Status: Open
Offroaded on:
Rating:
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.

Author: Official Crew
Status: Open
Offroaded on:
Rating:
Excellent ride through the county with some great scenery. Definitely recommend checking it out along with the other forest roads in the area!

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Derek Shoptaw


I am an Arkansas native that has a passion for exploring the roads less traveled, turning wrenches, getting dirty and having fun. I drive a 2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited and enjoy finding and sharing with others what is in their own back yard. For some reason, most people think they have to plan some extravagant trip for it to be an adventure. While I don't want to take anything away from an extravagant trip out of state, an epic offroad adventure could be right down the road if you know where to look. I try to find these places and share them with others. It isn't always necessary to travel out of state in order to have a good time. In my opinion the great state of Arkansas offers everything a person could want if you know where to find it. I have an off-road Facebook page I call Offroad Testament, I'm also on Instagram and YouTube as Offroad Testament. Please take a moment to look them up and see what I'm about. Be safe, have fun and Happy Trailing✌️
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