This expanded guide is the most complete resource available on Arkansas Hiking Trails. It contains 78 maps and complete descriptions of trail all over the state - from short nature walks to long-distance hiking trails.
Constructed primarily by the Civil Conservation Corp (CCC) beginning in the 1930's, Devil's Den State Park is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The park also contains the largest sandstone crevice area in North America and is home to two federally endangered bat species. Because of its striking and unusual natural features, Devil's Den was selected in 1933 as the site for one of Arkansas' first state parks. Historical homesites, natural bridges, waterfalls and caves are just a few of the features that await you on more than 20 miles of hiking trails. Additionally, there are over 20 miles of horse and mountain bike trails that are also suitable for hikers.