East Fork Wilderness, AR

US Forest Service

East Fork Wilderness

The East Fork Wilderness takes its name from the East Fork of the Illinois Bayou, which bisects the wilderness from the northeast to southwest. The Area encompasses 10,777 acres along the southern edge...[more]

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Take Arkansas Hwy 124 from Russellville, turn north (left) on Arkansas Hwy 105 to Hector. Continue north on Arkansas Hwy 27 and go 12 miles. The wilderness is on the east side of the highway and a parking area is available on the west side of Highway 27. helps you discover and book trips to all of America's public places.
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