Things to Do
-Cass, Arkansas-

White water kayaking, canoeing, and rafting on the National Wild and Scenic Mulberry river. The Mulberry is known for its class I and II whitewater.
ATV/OHV trail riding areas: Boston Mountain and Pleasant Hill District 


Frog Bayou,  Road #1705 is a great all-day ride. The terrain is easy to medium difficulty.  It's a great place to swim and enjoy the beautiful falls.

Lilly Falls
Section 2 North

Explore the Mulberry River

The headwaters of the Mulberry originate in the heart of the Boston Mountains, which are the highest and most rugged of the Ozarks. Many of the mountain ridges that define the edges of the watershed peak out at over 2300′ elevation. The Mulberry flows approximately 62 miles west-southwest to its confluence with the Arkansas River. Along the way it drains almost 400 square miles, the majority of which lies in the Ozark National Forest.

Byrd's Riverfront Restaurant

Byrd’s Adventure Center welcomes you to our new Riverfront Restaurant. Bring the family on your next outdoor adventure and dine in style beside the Mulberry River. Enjoy good food with a beautiful view that overlooks the river. Fly in, float in, or drive in to enjoy the view and a great meal with us.

Mulberry Mountain ATV Rentals

Polaris Adventures UTV Rentals Mulberry Mountain and Polaris Adventures are offering the ultimate Arkansas Ozark Mountain off-road experience! Rent a NEW 2021 Polaris RZR XP 1000 and explore the incredibly scenic Ozark National Forest. Each Polaris UTV is equipped with a state of the art GPS navigation system allowing riders to easily traverse the trails on an exciting Self-Guided Tour. Ride Routes include the Mill Creek OHV Trail System and the National Forest Gravel Off-Road Adventure and Frog Bayou Trail & Waterfall. The Mill Creek OHV Trail System is an aggressive mountainous terrain that offers an adventurous rock crawling experience in the Arkansas Ozarks. The National Forest Gravel Off-Road Adventure and Frog Bayou Trail and Waterfall is a scenic gravel off-road ride across some of the most beautiful parts of the Ozark Mountains and includes pristine mountain views, the National Wild and Scenic Mulberry River and the Frog Bayou Creek and Waterfall. Riders can choose which adventure they prefer. The 4 Seat Polaris RZR XP 1000’s are ONLY allowed on the scenic National Forest Gravel Off-Road Adventure and Frog Bayou Trail. What is Included: Polaris RZR XP 1000, Helmets, Safety Goggles, GPS Navigation System, Plenty of Fuel.

ATV Trails

Mill Creek OHV Trail Loop is a 49.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Ozark, Arkansas that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for off road driving.


Looking for a great trail in Ozark National Forest, Arkansas? AllTrails has 42 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you.

The Pig Trail

Why is this spectacular scenic route, Highway 23 called the Pig Trail Scenic Byway? Well, for one thing, the meandering nature of the route reminds visitors of a trail carved in the woods from wild pigs. Another factor that influenced the name was that this route has been a major travel way for students, sports fans and other University of Arkansas supporters going to and from Fayetteville, Arkansas, home of the Arkansas Razorbacks. And lastly, it’s a National Scenic Byway. The Pig Trail provides numerous recreational opportunities. Enjoy open fields and pastures, rugged cedar breaks and rocky bluffs or the banks of the Mulberry River. If fishing isn't your favorite activity, brave the rushing waters for a few hours of whitewater rafting or kayaking and afterward spend a night under leafy boughs while the rushing waters from the White River sooth you to sleep. Start off the next day with a hike along the Ozark Highlands Trail, and capture the widespread views beneath you with your camera. There is Turner Bend Store and campground at the "end of the trail" where you can get a patch that says "I survived the Pig Trail" and a campground, along with several lodges and cabin sites along the beginning and end of the ride. The rugged and forested Boston Mountains region of the Ozark Mountains provides the setting for this 19 mile route, which often runs through a tunnel of foliage during spring, summer and fall. Winter provides the clearest views of the mountain terrain. Spring wildflowers and brilliant autumn foliage make the route especially popular during those seasons. The route crosses the Mulberry River and the 165-mile Ozark Highlands Trail.

White Rock Mountain

The White Rock Mountain 16 miles from us
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