While dogs aren't allowed on the golf course, walking along the perimeter of the golf course provides a gentle, easy walk. A river also stretches along the course, providing natural beauty and increasing the likelihood of glimpsing wildlife.
Across the highway from the Greens, steep hills stretch up, dotted infrequently with homes. If you and your dog are in the mood for some real mountain climbing, these stiff hills may be perfect for you. Hiking along the river can also provide some challenging terrain for you and your dog.
A wide river runs along the highway, through the golf course, and along the ridge of the township. This river provides interesting hiking and a relief from the heat during hot Arkansas summers. While dogs aren't allowed on the golf course, you can find access to the river in a variety of places away from the golf course.
On the other side of the highway, a steep cliff can provide challenging hiking for you and your dog. Remember to put safety first and never hike somewhere too steep to get down from. Walk your dog on a harness if you will be hiking in steep areas so you can use it to pull your dog up if they slip.
The wide river that runs along the highway and cuts across the golf course provides a beautiful, cool, natural place for hiking. You are likely to see all kinds of wildlife come to drink from this river. Especially in the areas where forest meets river, you can expect to see some fascinating wildlife, and your dog can enjoy smelling the wild smells as you hike along.
Steeper cliffs on the other side of the highway from the town mean fewer houses and trees. While this is a more intense hike, you are also more likely to see wildlife that is too shy for the more heavily populated side of the highway.