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Superlift Off Road Vehicle Park


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Directions: The park is just five miles from downtown Hot Springs. Take Magic Springs Exit on Hwy. 70 and drive North on Mill Creek Road. The Superlift ORV Park is located approximately 3.2 miles on Mill Creek Road North, right past Panther Valley Ranch.

1254 wooded acres form the Superlift Off Road Vehicle (ORV) Park. This acreage contains the majority of the original trail system, including famous fear invoking obstacles like Concrete Hill, Quicksand Hill and The Ravine. New trails and obstacles, with varying degrees of difficulty, are continuously being built on every terrain type imaginable - hill climbs (both "finesse" and "horsepower required" types), mud pits, rock gardens, and water crossings. All trails are mapped and posted with difficulty ratings for the various vehicle types, so you will always know your location in the Park, and what to expect terrain-wise. The Super-Kids "children only" ride area is specifically for children up to 12-years old riding non-race type ATVs and dirt bikes. Ample parking allows off-load onsite, then oversee children while they learn and enjoy themselves in a safer, less congested riding environment.

Also offered are both tent and RV campsites nestled in beautiful shaded hardwoods, clean and modern restrooms with showers, and a laundry room. The Park store carries an array of supplies plus Superlift and Park apparel.


Address: 2100 Mill Creek Rd.
Phone: (501) 625-3600
Fax: (501) 625-3607
Our Email: orvpark@prodigy.net
Our Website:www.orvpark.com

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