Falls Branch Trail is a 1.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Hot Springs National Park, AR that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Directions from Malvern: Take Exit #97 off I-30 at Malvern and travel 12 miles north on Arkansas Hwy. 171 to the park.
Scenic and well marked. Short hike with many interesting views , bridges , a waterfall , etc
Was a really great hike and had some pretty view spots and interesting bridges. It was a little populated with other hikers but everyone was very friendly.
easy trail with a few snags
Nice fun easy hike.
Very pretty, quite and peaceful trail.
Fun, easy trail.
Nice trail with water views.
Lots of fun!
Great for us and 2 dogs. Not too crowded on a late September Sunday. We loved the waterfall and vistas!
this is a beautiful trail with a fun waterfall. The kids and dog enjoyed it! It would have been even more enjoyable if other people would pick up their trash. one family left a wet diaper by the waterfall. :(
beautiful and fun for the whole family! highly recommended for all ages!
This trail and the waterfall were beautiful! However, it is a moderate-level trail. In fact, all of the trails in this area are moderate-level according to the visitor center. Taking a 4 year old and two dogs was quite difficult...but I'll definitely return because I absolutely loved it, just not with so many responsibilities
Beautiful after a solid two weeks of rain. This may be our favorite trail in Central Arkansas.
Good place to have a family hike, trail running, or start building your endurance back up. My wife and I have been on alot of trails in Arkansas, but we keep coming back to this one.
Great easy trail but as of today the falls were dried up.
Beautiful, lots of shade, vistas, and critters.
This is a beautiful short hike. Get out as early as possible to avoid crowds. Best times to hike would be April after new leaves and anytime in fall especially last week October, first week November fall foliage. Short and sweet but beautiful rocky trail, waterfall, streams make it one not to miss when visiting this beautiful park.
Nice trail. Expected more difficult terrain, but this trail was still great. #shortScenic