Located at a national forest, the Camp Livingston Trail Complex offers two interlocking loop trails. These are not just simple trails, however, as they have everything from creek crossings to winding lanes through beautiful pine and hardwood trees.

With two staging areas, there is ample space to park. The trails are marked for convenience and to keep you from getting lost, because there are 35 total miles of trail!

The southern loop, Little Creek Loop, is about 22.6 miles of moderate riding terrain. The Hickman Trail is the northern loop, which runs across 12. 5 miles of similar terrain.

The climate is swampy, so expect lots of mud-perfect for ATVs, UTVs, or motorcycles. All the amenities you may need are located in nearby Alexandria, including RV hookups and campsites.

To get to the Camp Livingston Trail Complex from Alexandria, take the US-165 heading north for 10.5 miles. Take a right on Livingston Road and drive another mile and a half. Veer left onto A Street and travel one more mile to the trailhead on your left. Take your ATVs or UTVs and drive the day away!