Paige Falls & Broadwater Hollow Trail is a 0.6 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Compton, Arkansas that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
A Short hike off the gravel road follows a scenic creek to two water falls in 1/3 of a mile. Paige Falls is eight foot tall and Broadwater Hollow Falls is twenty-one feet tall. The creek itself has some small cascades that add to the enjoyment. The trail is not well defined. Simply follow the creel down hill on the east side and you ca't miss the falls.
The dirt road to the falls is a little scary, maybe not minivan approved. Had a flat tire on the way out. Probably best to have a SUV for this one. Water was not running this time of year, but the rock formations were cool. There is some more difficult hiking if you want to explore.
No water in the creek, must need to go after a good rain.
Great waterfalls, back to back. Really short trail, follows the creek, not sure how other(s) had trouble finding it.
A friend Seth James has run the upper falls (kayaked).
Trail head is not marked. No way to find it unless someone tells you where to look for it.
Beautiful scenery. The road is a little bumpy getting down to where the trail is but it's worth it.
Super easy. Very private trail. To much to take in on 1 trip.
Such a beautiful trail. It also connects to Cecil Loop Trail
Great set of falls! Easy Hike. Loved it!
A perfect hike
Perfect place to spend Earth Day! With some help, my 2 and 5 year old navigated the trail as well. Beautiful!! Check out our adventure here... http://www.adventuresintheozarks.com/2014/04/paige-falls-broadwater-hollow-falls-trail.html
This was a short fun trail. Lots of boulders along the creek bed that provided added entertainment and obstacles. Short distance to the falls and fairly easy hiking. The road to the trail was pretty rough but I was able to get there in a standard sized car. Something a little higher off the ground would be recommended though.
Returned to these two falls with family and enjoyed them as much as the first time. Water was up and they falls looked great.
Great trail and places to explore... bring a rope;)
These two waterfalls are upstream from each other so you get double your money without the extra trouble. best visited in the spring or fall during the rainy season for best effect. Nice short hike for any age. I took my three and five year old grandchildren and the hike was not to much for them.