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Accord Hollow Falls is a 0.9 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Oark, Arkansas that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and trail running and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 0.9 mi Elevation gain 252 ft Route type Out & Back

Dogs on leash

Hiking

Running

Forest

Waterfall

Rocky

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Accord Hollow Falls is a 66 ft. tall falls accessible by hiking down a drainage through heavy Ozark timber.

Park at the pull off along side the road.

Steel Creek Ranger Station, 870-861-2570

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Brent Murray
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Walking

Not much of a trail in some places. Look for the orange ribbons. I’ll have to go back as I didn’t make it to the bottom of the falls. It was just too slick from all the rain. And 3 or 4 creek crossings... They wouldn’t normally be an issue, but the rain the night before made them wider than a hop across and slick. Still a beautiful area.

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Stephen Wilson
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HikingMuddyOff trail

You actually start on the Ozark highlands trail. Then very quickly, there are orange or pink flags wrapped around trees and you follow those down the water runoff to where the falls are. Parking just passed the sign for Ozark highlands. Pretty muddy in spots.

Shawn Michael
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WalkingOff trail
melissa triplett
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Hiking

Looks like some road work may have been done. Had no trouble getting there, aside from it being a bumpy dirt road. Neat little drainage. No real trail. Someone put up ribbons.

Donovan Randall
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Hiking

Count find trial but found waterfall follow orange ribbons

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Kodee Trotter
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HikingMuddyRocky

You must have a four wheel drive vehicle to get where you need to be. I thought maybe we could wing it with our Toyota Highlander but halfway had to pull over and park it. Luckily my brother was following in a very well equipped vehicle with 4x4 capabilities.You will drive through the middle of the Highland trail, marked on the left side of the road and right. Drive about 100 yards and you can park on the left of the road. After you go to head out for the hike walk back to the trails you passed and take the one on the right. Walk another 150 yards and you will see a orange/pink ribbon on the right. Follow them. Halfway in you will pass 2 small falls about 30 yards apart. The 60ft fall is a ways down, if you follow the creek you will come right on it. I suggest staying at the highest points or follow the pink/orange ribbons. This is trek down. Be prepared to slide/scoot down to the big fall.. It’s best to pass the big fall on the high points and walk back to it. We took a shorter route the first time and it was pretty rough. My kindergartener handled it pretty good though!

Tara Barger
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Hiking

We wanted to see this trail so badly, but after driving miles and miles on an eventually really sketchy gravel road, going back and forth trying to find it, (and with it being late in the day and rain coming in), we had to give up and turn around. Will possibly try again in the future. Definitely take a 4WD to find this trail if it’s wet at all, the gravel road is really rocky, uneven and also muddy when wet.

Doug Neidholdt
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HikingRocky
First to Review

This is a hidden gem and a must see. Go in the wet weather season.

Julie Lanshe
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Hiking
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Darcy Jackson Stephens
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Hiking
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Bill Jones
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Hiking
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Jen York
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