The Natural State has its share of national parks in the northwest corner. There are plenty of beautiful places to get away from it all! For instance, try taking a stroll along one of Devil's Den's hiking trails. Autumn foliage on the lakeSunset on Beaver Lake Showboat Prairie Grove battlefield Waterfall at Devil's Den Waterfall
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Northwest Arkansas National/State Parks

Devil’s Den State Park Offers a Wealth of Natural Beauty

Deep within the Ozark Mountains of Northwest Arkansas you will find one of the most beautiful natural sights in the state. The mysterious caves, deep crevices and breathtaking bluff overlooks of Devil’s Den State Park are certain to provide many pleasant memories as well as opportunities for horseback riding, backpacking, camping, hiking and mountain biking.

If you are in the mood to hike, you will find that several of the hiking trails which wind through the park actually lead into the Ozark National Forest, which is adjacent to Devil’s Den State Park. Numerous options are available for accommodations including tent sites as well as cabins situated along the attractive hillsides of the park.

The park was originally established as one of the first state parks in Arkansas and was constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s using native timber and stone.

Within the heart of the park lies a tranquil 8-acre lake which offers the perfect opportunity for canoeing and fishing. Be sure to take along your camera, because you will certainly want to capture photographs of the lake as it cascades over the rugged stone dam that runs along the creek.

If you are of the mind to bring your horse with you, you will find numerous riding trails as well as a horse camp area. The varied colors and hues of the Ozarks as the seasons change will certainly enhance your horse riding experience.

Of course, if you are up for something more adventurous there are also many caves located throughout the park which you can explore as well. Devil’s Den Cave, at 550 feet, is the longest of these caves. You can choose to explore on your own, make sure you bring along a flashlight, or participate in a guide cave exploration.

However, if you have an O2 phone that is equipped with a camera feature, you can capture quality photographs without taking your bulky camera with you. Many O2 phones are equipped with high resolution cameras that help you take quality pictures instantly. In addition to this, some O2 phones are equipped GPS-assisted system that can help you have a sense security and complacency while in the vicinity of the Ozark Mountains. Certain gadgets like mobile phones can be essential in making your trip to Devil's Den State Park and other parks worthwhile

Devil’s Den Park offers some of the most beautiful in Northwest Arkansas. Whether you are into hiking, fishing or canoeing you will find plenty to keep you occupied in this gorgeous setting. Thanks to Words You Want!

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