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Devil's Den State Park
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Devil's Den State Park, Winslow, Arkansas 72774
CCC Constructed Spillway on Lee Creek
Devil's Den State Park
11333 West Arkansas Hwy 74
West Fork, AR 72774
Ph:  479-761-3325
E-mail:  devilsden'@'arkansas.com
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97 Campsites
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Young Cave Explorer getting ready to enter the Devil's Den Cave Devil's Den Trail     Length:  1.5 miles, 1.5 hours (loop)

    The Devils Den Trail was built during the 1930's and is a designated part of the National Trails System.  Features include Devil's Den Cave (sandstone), Devil's Ice Box, Twin Falls, Cold Springs and many other unique natural features. This trail is the park's most popular and can be crowded on weekends.  Cave exploration has been halted.


   Trailhead at parking lot at south edge of Hwy 170 Bridge over Lee Creek.  You can also start at the Visitor's Center
Yellow Rock Overlook Yellow Rock Trail     Length:  3 miles, 2 hours (loop)

    The Yellow Rock Trail is another original CCC-constructed trail and is part of the National Trails System.  Features include:  Wild Dog Crevice, The Devil's Teapot, The Devil's Race Track, Yellow Rock, cedar glades and old-growth woodlands.  Although this trail is the park's second most popular, there are few hikers, even on weekends.  While the upper loop is not as steep, some of the best features are seen along the lower trail beginning near Camping Area 'A.'


   Trailheads at Camping Area 'A' and at the Pavilion on Hwy 170 just west (uphill) from the Dam Area.
Devil's Den Photo Gallery
Yellow Rock looking North up Lee Creek at the Devil's Den State Park
Yellow Rock looking North up Lee Creek at the Devil's Den State Park
Devil's Den State Park, Winslow, Arkansas Devil's Den State Park, Winslow, Arkansas
Devil's Den State Park, Winslow, Arkansas Devil's Den State Park, Winslow, Arkansas
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Ricky Moses deep in the back of Devil's Den Cave!
Devil's Den Cave Entrance
First Building Project for the CCC Camp Men
View of Lee Creek and Bridge From the Pavillon- Devil's Den State Park
View of Lee Creek and Bridge From the Pavillon- Devil's Den State Park
Canoeing, Kayaking, Fishing and Swimming
Long and Short Hiking Trails at Devil's Den
Ricky Moses exploring a crevasse at the Devil's Den State Park
NO Rock Climbing in Devil's Den State Park

Please Note:  There is no rock climbing or rappelling anywhere in the park.   However, south of the Park and Hwy 74 almost 2 miles into the National Forest along the 'Butterfield Trail' footpath is a place called Quail Valley.  Here climbing enthusiasts can climb; the DDSP maintains the trails.  All Climbers need to register at the Devils Den Visitors Center before embarking on their rock climbing adventure.

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