Lake Alma Trail is a 3.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Alma, Arkansas that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from January until January. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
On this trail you will see bluff lines and moss-covered boulders all along the trail. You will cross a stream or two, and you will also see some small cascading waterfalls. This trail is situated in a hardwood forest where you have the ability to see some wildlife such as rabbits, foxes, or deer. About 20 minutes into the hiking trail, you come to a nice area with a waterfall, which is known as Mcwater fall.
Just don't go during a down pour. There is a small wet weather creek that is difficult to cross.
So many great features to discover on this trail. An old homestead site, bluffs, a pretty lake, and a disc golf course too!!
Lovely little trail - lots of surprises! The little waterfall, old stone structures, and rustic bridges are all great. You also get some lovely views of the lake, of course, plus bluffs, boulders, pretty creeks, an amazing view from the top of the dam... I was astonished by how much this short, easy trail offered.
Very well maintained!
challenging but fun trail! we saw 2 bald eagles! easy access from interstate 40.
This trail is a nice loop if you live in the area and want to do some hiking without driving too far into the mountains. The trail runs right along the lake and is primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running. The trail is very kid friendly.
Fun trail can be strenuous at times. Waterfall is my favorite spot to stop at. There are a couple of bridges to cross. The lower trail is a lot easier.