Seven Hollows Trail

MODERATE 92 reviews
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Seven Hollows Trail is a 6.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Morrilton, Arkansas 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.

6.1 miles 849 feet Loop

dogs on leash

birding

hiking

nature trips

walking

forest

river

views

waterfall

rocky

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.

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8 days ago

Hot!

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29 days ago

Not ideal for trail running at all. It is a much better hiking trail. we had to run it as part of a scavenger hunt. It has some cool sights along the way.

1 month ago

Beautiful!

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2 months ago

What a great trail! Even with a downpour in winter!

2 months ago

Cool sights and not too crowded.

2 months ago

Hey guys! As stated below the others noted it's not 6.something miles. It's what there trail map recorded: a little over 4! I've hiked it recently and back in 2006. So my opinion would be to take the trail clockwise! The incline uphill is what I would say an "easy uphill" which is always nice!
You'll cross a few small low points/creeks. There extremely small shallow creeks so no worries even on a rainy day!
When you make it to "the Grotto" trail about the half way point in the main trail the sign states it's ".25 miles" to the Grotto. NO, it's literally like a 7 minute walk. It's worth seeing!
Note: Soon as you climb the small hill/bluff right past the "Grotto" sign a trail/old road cuts directly back to the left.(it's a well traveled travel-The name is unknown? Because really I believe it's been traveled on to no where because people missed the painted mark on the bluff pointing down hill leading people down the bluff to the grotto trail sign(hikers doing trail counter clockwise) Don't take it. After climbing hill/bluff after the Grotto sign Continue straight following alongside the bluff line and look for the trail diving off to the left into the pines! {Just trying to help the trail guessers or blind map readers!} Have a blast and take a ton of photos!

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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.