Lowder 1365

Total Miles
4.4

Elevation

287.54 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

6

Moderate

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Lowder 1365 is a 4x4 road only. I would highly suggest airing down before you venture down this trail. Large rocks the size of bowling balls make up the roadway in a portion of this trail. Driver Creek with a depth of at least three feet, limits cars, dirt bikes, and low-clearance vehicles. It clearly goes to a very narrow trail that would be difficult for any vehicle to go down other than ATV and SxSs. There are some dispersed camping areas however there are no restrooms but lots of areas to collect some firewood. This trail is a great area to start if you are first heading into the Ozark's as it connects to a trail system that leads you through this forest for hundreds of miles.

Difficulty

This is a 4x4 road only due to the depth of water and the bowling ball sized rocks you have to drive over.

History

Here is a history article on the Native American Tribes and their time in Driver, Arkansas. https://americanindiancoc.org/native-american-tribes-the-indian-history-in-driver-arkansas/

Technical Rating

6

Status Reports

Zachary Cashio
Aug 20, 2023
2020 Jeep Wrangler
Open
Normal
Dusty
Tristen Strong
Jul 19, 2023
ATV
Open
Dusty

Access Description

From Cleveland, Arkansas take highway 95 north then left at Stracner Rd. Turn left on Wilderness Trail which is the start to Lowder 1305.

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