The AHRA has a wide variety of trails for every outdoor enthusiast, from the hiker to the to mountain biker and OHV rider.
The AHRA has a variety of trails originating from campgrounds and day use sites. Look for the names of these sites on the Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area Map and Brochure.
OHV trail riding
There are many trails for off-highway vehicle riding in the AHRA. These include the Four Mile and Texas Creek Area which includes a new Texas Creek Trail Map. View additional US Forest Service trails also.
Other Public Lands Trails
If hiking is part of your vacation plan, AHRA can direct you to trails originating from our sites or can even give you information on climbing a "fourteener", a mountain that is 14,000 or more feet high. See the Trails section for descriptions of trails leading from the Arkansas river access points, picnic areas and campgrounds. There are also many popular hikes in the surrounding San Isabel National Forest. For more information, also see Central Colorado Hiking and Backpacking Information, and the Pike/San Isabel National Forest Recreation page.