Pullman Trailhead, 800 Pullman Avenue
This 0.65-mile trail connects hikers and mountain bikers from downtown Hot Springs to the Northwoods Trails through a section of Hot Springs National Park. Trail users should note that the Pullman Trail passes near a historic homesite. Objects that may appear to be trash, such as bottles, tin cans, toys, and even a car, are archeological artifacts. They are protected by federal law and should be left in place. Mountain bikes are allowed only on Pullman Trail. Other trails within Hot Springs National Park, including Sunset Trail which crosses Pullman Trail, are closed to mountain bikes. Horses are not allowed on Pullman Trail. Dogs are welcome, but must be kept on leash within National Park boundaries.
Cedar Glades Trailhead, 461 Wildcat Road
Home to Cedar Glades Park with 432 acres of beautiful cedar forests, 10 miles of nature trail, as well as activities for everyone in the family, including a World Class Disc Golf Course, Arkansas’ Premier R/C Flying Field, two meeting pavilions with ADA accessible tables, playground, restroom facilities, scenic overlooks, observation decks, and more.
Bull Bayou Trailhead, 1124 Cedar Glades Road
This small trailhead offers direct access to Northwoods Trails and access to Cedar Glades Park. Bull Bayou has paved parking, playground and restrooms.