Bingham Hollow Falls Trail is a 0.3 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Ozark, Arkansas that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length0.3 miElevation gain36 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashKid friendlyHikingForestViewsWaterfallWildlifeRocky
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This is a short and easy hike, aside from finding a place to cross the creek in order to then find a place to climb down the rocky bluff bank to get to the bottom of the falls. From the parking waypoint location, we followed a volunteer trail (very visible) alongside the creek and then over to the falls bluff line. At the time of visiting here, the creek was flowing steadily and at about ankle-deep in the best place I could find without getting too wet. The climb into the bottom was fairly easy too. While the bluff bank is relatively steep, the way the rocks have fallen and sorted themselves makes for a good way down if you are careful. Bingham Hollow Falls flow over the top of a huge cave overhang grotto Great place to hang out at for a while!

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Stacy Bailey
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HikingGreat!

GORGEOUS trail. Super short hike from the road to the falls. Super cool to look over the edge. You can, climb down into the falls to see the super cool bluff from below and even get behind the fall. It’s a little treacherous; you just have to use your hands to climb down the rocks to get there, but very worth it when you do. Would go back.

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Jennifer Dennis
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It was easy until the descent to the bottom of the waterfall and then back up. I’m feeling it today lol. It is such a beautiful place. I want to check out the off road adventures near by. Saw lots of off road vehicles driving around but not near the waterfall

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Gez Rogers
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This is a short and easy hike, aside from finding a place to cross the creek in order to then find a place to climb down the rocky bluff bank to get to the bottom of the falls. From the parking waypoint location, we followed a volunteer trail (very visible) alongside the creek and then over to the falls bluff line. At the time of visiting here, the creek was flowing steadily and at about ankle-deep in the best place I could find without getting too wet. The climb into the bottom was fairly easy too. While the bluff bank is relatively steep, the way the rocks have fallen and sorted themselves makes for a good way down if you are careful. Bingham Hollow Falls flow over the top of a huge cave overhang grotto Great place to hang out at for a while!

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Gez Rogers
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This is short and easy hike in the Mulberry area. The well trodden volunteer trail to the top of the falls is very easy to follow and navigate. To get to the bottom however, you do have to cross the creek that feeds the falls (about ankle deep at a the best place we found today) and the creek bed is very smooth and very slippery. You also have to climb down the rocky bluff side, which isn't too hard to accomplish. Slow and steady, and be sure of your footing!

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Joli VanPortfliet
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Jennifer Deming
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Sonya Rhein
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Alex Fitzhugh
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Robin Thomas
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