Hi Robert, the Twin Forks trail does have a lot of history, going waaaay back to the 1500's when it was a hunting reserve for the local Indians.
I wrote an article a few years back for a magazine, so hang with me a little while and let me see if I can find and get it on this website.
I want to celebrate my 45th birthday at Big South Fork with a few of my girlfriends November 17th. I will need to rent a cabin as I only have a two horse bumper pull. There is so much info on the net but what I am finding is many of these cabins you have to trailer to the trails. Does any one have a lead on a nice cabin where you don't have to trailer to the trails ??? I know many of you probably have living quarters in your horse trailer so you can stay in the park at the horse camps... I have never been there and don't want to make a mistake about where we stay. Thanks a bunch ! Karen, Chapmansboro, TN.
Ride safe and have fun...I'm jealous! Actually, I am hoping the trails have dried out some by the time we get there, Little Rock isn't fond of sucking mud holes! If you see any particularly pretty trails that have a lot of fall color or good views, please let me know. Thanks!
Welcome Robert! I saw your pics from Big south Fork...we are going the 22nd through the 25th this month, and your pictures make me want to leave now! You and your wife have some very pretty horses. Maybe we will see yall on the trail somewhere. Ride safe!
Marty is a character! I love to trail ride - I have ridden at Viola, Circle E, Why Not, Percy Warner, Fountain Creek Normandy and Laurel Hill this year. Always looking for new places to ride (horses & 4-wheelers) - where do you ride?