Seven Hollows Trail is a 6.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Morrilton, AR that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Directions from Morrilton: Travel nine miles south on Arkansas Hwy. 9, then go 12 miles west on Arkansas Hwy. 154 until you reach the park.
This is a great hike. The trail is well maintained and marked. It is easy most of the way but rated moderate due to the rocky steps which can be a challenge especially if it is wet. The state park trail guide says it takes 4 1/2 hours to complete. We did the trail plus the grottos; which are well worth the extra half mile, in about 3 hours.
Great trail! One of the best hikes I've done in a while. Going the extra distance but to see the grotto is super worth it. Trail is very well marked. Storms this season have caused a few trees to fall on the path, but it's easy to get around. We went right when you reach the fork at the beginning, and as others have suggested, think it's the best way to do the trail.
October 2015: Hiked all Petit Jean State Park trails, this was a really beautiful and special hike.
Love this trail!!!! So many things to see. Great bluffs and tons of boulders to play on! The "Grotto" is worth the extra steps....cool little spot!
Trail was great and well marked. I would recommend going counterclockwise, for the sake of having more sights to see on the tail side once you may be more tired. We did it after a week of rain and the creek was bubbling the whole time and even some unexpected waterfalls. The grotto and natural bridge are great areas to have a packed lunch (and packed out of course).
This is a great trail. Make sure to visit the Grotto, you won't regret it.
A very scenic trail and I look forward to going back in spring. Could be a bit challenging in areas but if I can most can. It is very rocky in places and a comfortable walk in others. The waterfall was the icing on the cake.
easy to moderate awesome rock formations i would suggest once you start the trail to go right towards the grotto and make the time to check it out and stop and admire the natural bridge
An awesome hike, the scenery is killer. It's a workout, be sure to take water & snacks.
Lovely loop trail somewhat near little rock.
Lots of interesting rock formations. I would suggest you take the path to the right to make the loop as this is the most strenuous part of the trail.
Pretty, with lots of rocks, natural bridge, and a very nice grotto with some small aquatic wildlife. Our gps says that it was actually 5.89 miles, not 4.5, so not sure why the discrepancy, but we were glad to have the workout.
Great trail. Family had no trouble with it. My oldest is 3.5 and made it 3 of the 4.5 miles and I packed him out. Definitely will be back.