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Devil's Den State Park


11333 W Arkansas Highway 74
West Fork, AR 72774
479.761.3325
devilsden@arkansas.com
http://www.arkansasstateparks.com/parks/park.asp?id=4
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We camped here for a week in a travel trailer. The park has full hook-ups available. We loved this park. We had our 7 year-old grandson with us and we all participated in the park's educational interpretive programs with a park naturalist. My grandson earned his Ark. Junior Naturalist certificate and badge. The programs were excellent. Our campsite was on a loop. The site were level and large with a picnic table and grill. Our site backed up to the creek and my grandson learned to skip rocks. The hiking trails are excellent and we thoroughly enjoyed hiking into the caves and throughout the park. There is a large swimming pool available for a fee. There are also laundry facilities which were old but very clean. The park is beautiful and filled with history and lovely CCC details. We are looking forward to a return visit. Reserve early.

Received from Rebecca for visit in Jul 2009


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Stay Again? YES
We stayed there for two nights. It was very nice. There is more than one campground. We stayed at the one furthest north. It was big enough to get my 40' class A into. There are lots of hiking/biking/horseback riding trails and an area to ride ATV's. The park itself is beautiful. It was well worth the stop. There is a road out of the northernmost campground that leaves to the west. We took our Jeep down it for a long way. It's just forestry service type road. If you stay to the left, you'll come to blacktop eventually and a really neat bridge. Just after the bridge, you can turn off to the left and drive down to the river edge. It was a nice place for the kids to play in the water.

Received from David G for visit in May 2005


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
Devil's Den State Park is located 13 miles west of Winslow, Arkansas off State Route 74 in a steep, rugged valley of the Ozark Mountains. Lee Creek flows through the park and is impounded by a small dam built by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the mid-1930's. (See picture) The park has many striking and unusual natural features (Devil's Den Cave, Devil's Ice Box, and Twin Falls to name a few) and is a popular destination for thousands of visitors. Because of these unique features, Devil's Den as selected in 1933 as one of Arkansas' first state parks. The campground has 75 sites and is well suited for smaller RV's and Tents. Larger units (over 26 feet) may have some problems negotiating the steep roads and tight turns along SR 74 and within the park itself. We camped in Area C and had a heavily wooded site with electric and water hook-ups. Our cost was $13.50 per night (11/99). One of the major activities in this 2000 plus acre park is hiking. The park offers more than 20 miles of hiking trails and an equal amount of horse and mountain bike trails. Interpretative guides to the many trails are available at the Visitor Center.

 

Received from Norman H for visit in Nov 1999


Site Number: Area C
Stay Again? YES



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