Photo by Mike Sprague
Terry Coddington rides the newly dedicated Enders Fault Mountain Bike Trail at Woolly Hollow State Park on Saturday, June 7.

2015 Winter Quarterly Meeting

Lake Dardanelle State Park - Lakeview Room,
Russellville, Arkansas
10:00 am, Saturday, January 10

2014 Arkansas Trails Council Awards:

2014 ARKANSAS TRAILS VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR

Basil Hicks, Jr.

2014 ARKANSAS TRAILS ADVOCATE OF THE YEAR

Jerry Shields

2014 ARKANSAS TRAILS PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR

Chris Ham

Mission Statement:

The Arkansas Trails Council provides a unifying voice for the trails community across Arkansas. It brings together people and resources with an interest in the development, expansion, use, and maintenance of trails in Arkansas. The Trails Council provides a public forum for members of the trails community and serves as an organized voice for trails advocacy within the state. The Trails Council promotes trails awareness, trail usage, and trail education within the population in general and is a proactive advocate for development and use of trails in Arkansas.

The Arkansas Trails Council is concerned with trails regardless of user group (e.g., foot trails, bicycle trails, equestrian trails, water trails, off road vehicle trails, or multi-purpose trails) or primary purpose (e.g., recreation, health / exercise, watchable wildlife, history).

What is the Arkansas Trails Council?

By-Laws Officers and Committees- 2014 & 2015
Trail Events Arkansas Trails System List
Arkansas Trails System Application
2013 1st Quarter Meeting Minutes
2014 1st Quarter Meeting Minutes
2014 2nd Quarter Meeting Minutes
2014 3rd Quarter Meeting Minutes
Trail Publications
2014 Volunteer of the Year Nomination Form
2014 Professional of the Year Nomination Form
2014 Advocate of the Year Nomination Form
Contact

The members of the Arkansas Trails Council are charged with building and maintaining the Arkansas Trails System List. This list is comprised of some of the best trails in the state and strives to provide the managers of the trails with some well deserved recognition. Any trail is eligible to apply to be on the list. Once an application is received it is rated through a points criteria system and those that receive the minimum required points are presented to the members of the Arkansas Trails Council for a final decision for inclusion on the list. You can apply to have your trail considered by hitting the link above and downloading the application. The return address is on the application.