Devil’s Den State Park Arkansas  » Travel  »
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11333 W Arkansas Hwy 74, West Fork, AR 72774, tel.(479) 761-3325
  • Bring you own water, they do have spigots at each end of the campground unfortunately we were never lucky enough to be near them, we were tent campers at that time
  • We all enjoyed the hiking, there are trails for hikers, horses and mountain bikers

    • by mememe
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      This was one of our favorite places to camp when are kids were younger. There are several campsites including full hook up, electric and tent camping. There is a shower house and nice bathroom but many of the bathrooms in the campgrounds are pit style. Bring you own water, they do have spigots at each end of the campground unfortunately we were never lucky enough to be near them, we were tent campers at that time. A word of advice, keep your food in your vehicle at night, we watched a raccoon one night

      raid our trash and head to the table where he thought a feast was waiting for him. We shooed him away but he had a good memory as he came back the next night.

      If you own horses there is a horse camp with easy access to the horse trails. There are cabins to rent, a cafe and a swimming pool is available during the summer months in the main park area.

      We went on a group hike one year with the park interpreter who led us on a 15-mile overnight backpacking hike ...


      • on the Butterfield Hiking Trail. The hiking opportunities are just fabulous here, there are several backcountry areas. Trails will lead to discoveries of bluffs, caves, crevices, creeks, streams and spectacular views.

        We all enjoyed the hiking, there are trails for hikers, horses and mountain bikers. There are some very cool caves we explored every time we went. If you are going to check out the caves be sure to bring a flashlight for each person and it is a wise idea to have some sort of head protection, like a plastic construction hard

        hat. Some of the rocks inside the caves are sharp and lower in some area that others.

        Devil’s Den State Park has a small lake you can fish, canoe, kayak or rent a pedal boat. There are picnic shelters and tables and a playground for the kids. The pool costs a couple of dollars to use.

        This is a wonderful State Park, the scenery is fabulous, the camping is great and it is a hiker’s paradise. Our whole family enjoyed this park, we have many fun camping memories of Devil’s Den State Park.




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