Jeff Anderson Memorial Trail- .60 mi (currently), A City trail at Sandy Beach accessible at the end of Main Street West (Parking)
or Front Street dead ends at Sandy Beach location of the trail (Parking). This newly renovated 10' wide packed solid base trail skirts the lake shoreline with some beautiful view of the lakee.  This trail is multi-use but no motorized vehicles are allowed. The plan is to make the trail a loop. Map Link
Bridal Veil Falls Trail -(.6 mil round trip,) located on the south side of Heber Springs, 49 Bridal Veil Falls Rd (off of Hwy 25 south).  Parking at trailhead and picnic tables with a very nice easy to navigate overlook. The trail features the notorious Bridal Veil Falls and accessibility to the bottom requires some sure footed skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year round.  During the rainy season another falls appears northwest of the creek named Cornelius (sure footedness required) Map Link
Sugarloaf Heritage Council Trails- The Summit Trail (.66 mi. round trip) which leads you to the base of the summit of Sugarloaf Mountain east of Heber Springs on the ASU-Heber Springs Campus is moderate to steep.  There are, however, rest areas along the way. Tonawanda Base Trail  (1.30 mi. long) meanders around the base of the mountain.  It is of easy to moderate difficulty with some small hills and occasional uneven footing.  Benches have been installed along the way.  The Hidden Pond Trail (.25 mi. to pond) is easy, being relatively flat and paved, with good footing and a picnic table near the pond.  There is also a 90 foot wooden bridge with seating along the way. Map Link
Josh Park Memorial Trail-  1.23 mi.  Located at Dam Site Park (US Corps of Engineers, Greers Ferry Lake). A multi-purpose trail, located within the boundary of features a fault toilet, drinking water, picnic area and fitness station at the trailhead.  It is home to a large, multi-school cross-country meet held every fall.  The trailhead is located just off of Hwy 25 B North, on the northside of Heber Springs. Map Link
Collins Creek Trail- .6 mi. located on the east side of Hatchery Rd. Located at the John F. Kennedy Park, near the Greers Ferry Fish Hatchery, includes a catch-and-release trout fishing area for youngsters (under age 16), a hiking trail and nature-watching opportunities. Constructed by the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission. About one hundred yards from the trail head is the beautiful Collins Creek Falls.  Map Link
 Sugarloaf Mountain in the Lake Nature Trail- 2 mi. moderate to steep loop. This trail is located on an island in Greers Ferry Lake.  It is accessible by boat from Hwy 337 at Sugarloaf Recreation Area on the south and Hwy 330 at Fairfield Bay Park on the north.  The trail is primarily used for hiking and canoeing and is accessible year-round. This trail affords spectacular view of Greers Ferry Lake and the surrounding countryside.  The summit, 540 feet above the lake, overlooks the pines and hardwoods growing on the island where this trail is located. Map Link
Mossy Bluff Trail/Buckeye Trail - Buckeye: .125 mi. and Mossy Bluff: 1.6 miles (round trip) Start from the Garner Visitor Center (north side of Heber Springs) near the Greers Ferry Dam.  Mossy Bluff Trail follows the canyon rim overlooking the Little Red River. A 96 step stairway is provided at the craggy bluffs near end of hike.  This is an excellent place to rest and enjoy the view before your walk back to the Visitor Center. Spectacular overlook of Greers Ferry Lake, the Dam and Fish Hatchery at the top and a great nature trail.  Map Link
The Big Creek Natural Area - 0.75 mi. roundtrip for Creek Trail; 1.75 mi. roundtrip for Overlook Trail.  There are two different loop trails at this natural area, both begin and end at the parking lot.  A number on interpretive panels share information about the flora, fauna, and management of the property.  There are many great wildlife observation opportunities.  The overlook trail takes visitors to a high bluff line which overlooks a long pool and a series of rapids on Big Creek.  there are several waterfalls that can be seen and often times heard along this trail. Easy to moderate; not ADA accessible - Trail Blazes - Blue Map Link
Fairfield Bay Trails:  The newly developed Fairfield Bay four-trail system varies in difficulty and length, including two five-mile trails, a 20 mile trail and a seperate 8 mile horseback riding trail- all of which are FREE to the public.  Trail maps will be available at the trail heads entry signs. For further information on the new trail system, visit:

To plan, build, operate and maintain multi-use trails in the Greers Ferry Lake area which promote fitness and enhhance transportation, the local economy and community relations

"A partnership between YOU, Greers Ferry Lake Trail Council (501c3 Non Profit) and the City of Heber Springs"