Devil's Den State Park
Unusual Rock Formations and Outstanding Scenic Beauty. A Must See Arkansas Park.
Check out the slide shows, pictures, videos, and information below.
Devil's Den Trail
Dam on Lee Creek
Devil's Den is one of Arkansas' most scenic parks especially during the fall when we visited. The park was built in the 1930's by the CCC, and many of the original buildings are still used. The rock formations are unusual and the vistas are outstanding. There are hiking, biking, and horse trails in the park. The wildlife and flora are extensive. There is a small lake created by a rock dam on Lee Creek, which has a beautiful water fall in the spring and the rainy periods. If you plan to camp in the park, there is an excellent campground with some sites having full hookups as well as a section for horse camping. The park also offers rustic cabins for rent. If you want a motel, check out Mountainburg or Fayetteville, Arkanasas
There is also information from the Arkansas State Park Site.
Below are pictures from our visit to give you a taste of the parks uniqueness. Click picture to enlarge slideshow.
Entrance Sign to State Park.
Dick checking out cave in the rocks.
Rustic CCC cabins built in 1930's
Fall is especially nice for a visit to Devil's Den State Park.
Our campsite on Lee creek.
Bridge over Lee Creek
Getting ready to hike Devil's Den Trail.
On the trail with its unique formations.
Very unique formations!
Looking up from trailway.
Arlene hiking along trail.
Dick resting along trail.
A short trail through old CCC camp area.
Memorial to the CCC workers
Old CCC storage area.
Chimney is all that remains of CCC cooking area.
Plaques along the path tell CCC story.
CCC rock dam forms Devil's Den Lake on Lee Creek.
This 2 minute video done by 5NEWS out of Little Rock gives some background and scenes from Devil's Den.