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Old 09-16-2017, 10:19 PM   #1
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Motor home on the Pig Trail in Arkansas

Want to drive the pig trail in Arkansas but not sure it is a viable road for a 31' class A.

Does anyone have any experience with this highway?

I'm really sorry that this question is on such short notice but we'll be heading that way this coming Monday, September 18, 2017.

If you have any experience please share.

Thanks in advance.

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I have ridden the Pig Trail several times on a motorcycle.

Based on my experience, there is only one curve that could be a potential problem... it's a pretty tight hairpin curve pretty close to Turner's Bend (you should stop at Turner's Bend... very cool little general store there).

Anyway, in a 31', I don't think you will have any problems. And, on a Monday, the traffic will probably be lighter than on weekends.
If you are traveling from the north to south, you can actually look down to your left and see if there is any traffic coming from the other direction, before you go into the hairpin curve.

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Pig Trail

Thanks so much for the info.

If all else fails we will rent a car.
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You won't have any problem. I have taken my motorhome down that way several times. Take it slow in spots and be safe, but nothing will be too tight to fit height or width wise.

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