Cassatot River Falls State Park Natural Area Trail is a 3 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Umpire, Arkansas that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and camping and is accessible year-round.
Cassatot River State Park Natural Area Trail is an unofficial trail along the river that allows one to view the many cascades along this stretch of the river. Cassatot falls is one of the most scenic natural areas in the state. Primitive camp sites are at the trail head. You can bushwack down stream or follow the primitive trail for up to about 1.5 miles on the east side of the river,
Great area to see some of the beautiful scenery along the river. Rocks and boulders create areas along the river where you can walk out and sit at rivers edge and enjoy the water.
It's a great place to feel peace and quiet, in a way rarely experienced on this earth. There's a helpful link here for those who want to learn more!
Well maintained trail with nice camping spots. I hiked a little while then took a swim back near trailhead. I visited The visitor center where their was very helpful and friendly staff! Watch out for slippery rocks when in the water!!!
Great little unofficial trail allows great views of a series of waterfalls/cascades along the river.