Devil's Den Trail is a 1.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near West Fork, AR that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and camping and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
The Devil's Den Trail has wet weather water falls, a cave, & unusual rock formations. The trail is located in the Ozark Mountains.
This is a fun trail and there is a lot to do if you venture off the trail as well.
Loved it ! When Monday morning and it was beautiful! The water level was low, but apart from that it was a wonderful little park.
Nice moderate trail.
Beautiful waterfalls during the right times of year. Magnificent rock formations and view. Very easy hike with a view that will reward the work!
What a great trail. We had such a good time.
Harder than it looks.
Great morning hike! Lots to see and explore. The only things is that it can be easy to get lost if you aren't paying attention.
Could be marks a bit better, but it's beautiful.
Nice moderate trails. The creek was low when I went. Someone had built several cairns in the creek bed. Really something to see.
So happy we went after a good rain- the falls were beautiful and we had a great time. A little slippery, but we made it fine. Took us about an hour to hike and it was well worth it! Lots of families on the trail today- so nice!
Great trail. Hopefully they open the caves again one day.
Fun trail. Great for families.
We did this trail with 5 children aged 4-9 and all seven of us loved it! The Devils ice box and crevices provided much need air conditioning for the adults and great break spots. The waterfalls were virtually nonexistent (middle of a dry spell) but you can tell when it's rained they would be absolutely breathtaking. We all loved the trail rock area! The water is pristine and has the most beautiful turquoise hue. The kids loved stacking their own rock towers. Overall a must when visiting Devils den state park!
By far my favorite Trail.
I loved this trail. Beautiful waterfalls, caves that when you are hot you can just stand in front of to cool off, and neat bluffs. Once the hike is pretty much over you end up along the creek bed which is also pretty. I truly wish there was a sign at the entrance that said no flip flops though. For those of us that enjoy hiking it just takes one incident to ruin it for us! You'd think people would know, but apparently not. I won't let people or the fact I couldn't go into the caves ruin a 5 star rating from me though! The waterfalls alone were worth the hike. They are beautiful!