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Frequently Asked Questions

For information about our cancellation policy, pet policy, OHV Trails,

and other activiites in our area, this is your page! 


Cancellation Policy

Effective April 13, 2024

All reservations must pay a NONREFUNDABLE 50% of the total stay at the time of booking. 
If the reservation is cancelled 30 days or more before your check in date, you will not be charged any additional amount. If the reservation is cancelled less than 30 days of your check in, you will be charged the remaining 50% of your stay. 

Pet Policy


To help keep us pet friendly in our cabins, we ask that you limit your reservation to 2 pets. If you have more than 2 pets you would like to bring, please give us a call. We are flexible with allowing more than 2 well behaved pets that don't shed much. There is a $50 pet fee for the cabins. Please sweep up all pet hair before you check out. Our cleaning lady is the best on the mountain, but it takes her a lot longer to get the cabins ready for the next guests when she has to sweep up a lot of pet hair. If you're a pet owner-you will understand :) 

Rockin' Horse Camper

We do not allow pets in the Rockin' Horse Camper. 


You are welcome to bring your fur babies with you to the campground. Please be sure to clean up after your pets and keep them on a leash while they are outside your camper. If your dogs tend to bark while you are away, please take them with you when you leave. 

OHV Trails

Mill Creek Trail System and Surrounding Ozark National Forest Trails

Depending on your riding style, our area has enough trails and sites to keep you busy for a couple of weeks! We've ridden our whole lives and still find trails we've never been on before. To hit the ATV/UTV trails from Pig Trail Lodging, you do not have to trailer. Enjoy riding in and out of the park on your ATV/UTV while staying with us. We recommend downloading a mapping app on your smart phone or tablet. These apps use GPS to track your exact location on the trails. We recommend the following:

Other Activities in our Area

Floating, Fishing, and Swimming the Wild and Scenic, Mighty Mulberry River

The Mulberry River is only about a half mile south of Pig Trail Lodging! The closest river outfitter from us is Turner Bend. Contact them for shuttle services and canoe, kayak, and raft rental.

Like our waterfalls, the Mulberry River levels depends on rainfall. Water levels rise and fall fairly quickly. When the river is low, the Mulberry River is a great place to swim and catch fish, especially small mouth bass! For more information and rules regarding river usage, click here

Riding the Scenic "Pig Trail" Highway 23

We are located on the scenic "Pig Trail" Highway 23! Get on your motorcycle and ride the famous Pig Trail as it cuts, zigs, and zags through the Ozark National Forest with just about every kind of scenery imaginable from rivers to waterfalls to mountain views. In addition to the twists, turns, and pretty views, the Pig Trail is also a part of American history, having been used by both the Union and the Confederacy during the Civil War. Put simply, the Pig Trail has it all… Exciting curves, beautiful scenery and centuries of American history. For more information about riding the Pig Trail, click here

Hiking the Ozark Highlands Trail

The Ozark Highlands Trail (OHT) is a hiking trail that crosses the Ozark National Forest and is recognized as one of the most scenic trails in the US. Starting at Lake Ft. Smith State Park on Arkansas 71. Several trailhead access points are located in our area. Hikers in need of rest stay with us often! For more information about the OHT, click here.  Besides the OHT, there are several other hiking opportunities in our area, including the trails around White Rock and Redding! 

Shores Lake Recreation Area

Shores Lake Recreation Area offers an 82 acre lake with a swimming beach. Soak up the beautiful sites while enjoying boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, and picnicking! For more information, click here

TransAm Trail

***This is not an ATV/UTV trail. The TransAmerica Trail is the cross-country adventure ride of a lifetime that spans from coast to coast with mostly off-pavement travel. The TAT may be traversed using either a dual-sport motorcycle or a 4×4 vehicle. For more information, click here

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