Triple Falls Trail is a 0.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Jasper, Arkansas that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

Distance: 0.3 miles Elevation Gain: 9 feet Route Type: Out & Back

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

walking

bird watching

running

forest

river

views

waterfall

wild flowers

wildlife

bugs

no dogs

Triple Falls (aka Twin Falls) at Boy Scout camp Orr, is a simple hike along the trail on the north side of the creek that heads west from the parking to the 48 ft. tall falls, arguably the most scenic in Arkansas with this ease of accessiblity.

hiking
19 days ago

Trail to the falls was an easy, scenic hike. We took the creek bed for a little more adventure! Falls were beautiful! Good water flow from 2 of the falls and a trickle from the 3rd! Not bad for late August. The road leading to the trailhead was very rough and steep. Would recommend only taking 4 wheel drive with good ground clearance . Falls were worth it!!

hiking
25 days ago

The road down to the trail is a little narrow and steep. The wife and I were the only ones there for the short hike. The water falls did not have very much volume, but the scenery was still very nice to look at.

hiking
1 month ago

Easy. Short hike. The waterfall was beautiful! Steep hill right before you get to parking. A 2wheel drive car we passed couldn’t make it up the hill. They had to reverse up the hill. Another vehicle parked at the top of the hill and walked down.

hiking
1 month ago

Very easy walk to the falls. Road is rough, but I’ve seen a number of minivans and Camrys at the “trailhead”. Great place to take photos, and a nice backdrop for “senior portrait/family” photos.

hiking
1 month ago

Road going in is rough and bumpy. Trail itself is easy—not truly a hike, but falls are worth it. We went mid-June and plenty of water was flowing!

hiking
1 month ago

Easy trail to get to waterfall. The roads to get there are very steep and bumpy. Go slowly and when it hasnt rained and you will be fine.

hiking
1 month ago

if you don't like dirt roads than cross this off your list. i love them but if its been raining a lot. you might pass this up. to get here you'll go pass a private property sign. which i almost turn around at this point but i meet a guy the own property here and he said it was an easement. so after have a great chat with this man for at least an hour i was on my way. there is a small parking lot right in front of the boy scout camp. so please respect the area and only park here. i do the the sign there saying twin falls but the falls must of had a friend visiting that day because i counted 3. lol. to get to the falls is only a jump, hop and a skip and your'll be there. don't blink or you'll miss it. :) it was another beautiful day (1-27-2019) in arkansas and i meet a really cool family there. i talked with the wife and kids while we watch the husband and his bother go to the top of the falls. the falls was run pretty good that day she told me and they we walk back to our cars. what a nice way to start the day. a nice falls and two great conversations with some super people.

hiking
2 months ago

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2 months ago

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hiking
2 months ago

It wasn't much of a trail. It was pretty to see but wasn't jaw dropping or anything. I would recommend another trail in the area.

hiking
2 months ago

You pass a sign that says “private property, no trespassing” right before the trail. Trail is clearly marked, right outside Camp Orr. Road in is awful and steep. No hike at all - you don’t go far and there it is. Sign says no swimming, pets, alcohol, camping, etc. However it is so easily accessible that people ignore this, which is why I gave it a one star. Easily 10 ppl there swimming with their dog. Not hikers. I am sure this is abused quite often bc of how easy it is to get to. Would have been beautiful otherwise. I prefer less populated and more respectful fellow travelers.

hiking
2 months ago

Easy path and the waterfalls are beautiful! Only problem we had was the road getting there was pretty steep!

hiking
2 months ago

Easy path and the waterfalls are beautiful! Only problem we had was the road getting there was pretty steep!

2 months ago

The waterfall is beautiful! An easy path to get there, good for all ages!

hiking
3 months ago

Easy for anyone with out physical limitations. We loved it. The ground was very saturated and muddy when we went but it was absolutely perfect. The falls looked so grand.

hiking
3 months ago

Super easy hike. The last mile was a little rough if you don’t drive a 4x4 but not impossible if you are careful. I wouldn’t drive there if the ground is wet though!

hiking
3 months ago

The drive to/from is the hardest part (need some HP and a little more than sedan ground clearance) and the reward is just a quick hike away.

hiking
3 months ago

Very short trail that is good for the whole family. Really beautiful waterfall. Makes for a great picture spot that’s really easy to get to.

hiking
3 months ago

Beautiful view short hike

hiking
3 months ago

Beautiful, really neat, really easy hike! Be prepared to TREK down the mountain in your vehicle to get to the trailhead. The falls were really cool and there is a pool at the bottom, but a sign says no swimming, for what that’s worth. Probably because of liability, as this trail is privately owned I think.

3 months ago

Real short walk, did this one after hemmed hollow it was very nice. noticable cooler.

hiking
3 months ago

not sure I would call this a hike as much as a leisurely stroll. I went with a group of kids (2,4,5,6,8 & 10) 5 adults ranging from 40 - 72. Everyone enjoyed the walk and the beautiful fall at the end. the drive down is pretty steep so make sure you go slow, have good brakes and watch for traffic

3 months ago

Beautiful triple waterfalls

4 months ago

B E A utiful this is a great hike for people of all ages the drive down is a little rough but totally worth it.

hiking
4 months ago

Brings back great memories at Camp Orr. Nostalgic for some and fun for others.

hiking
4 months ago

This is a great waterfall. We actually went to see this waterfall by splitting off of the Buffalo River Trail...word of caution, it is quite a steep grade going down and back up from BRT to the falls. It likely added 1.5 miles to the hike. We went down the west side to see the falls, but on the east side there appeared to be some trails that would lead down to the falls as well. We didn’t go that route, but maybe that isn’t as steep? Great waterfall and well worth the effort!

hiking
4 months ago

Great little trail. Wouldn’t really call this a hike, about the length of a grocery store parking lot, but a beautiful little walk. The falls were a triple an pouring beautifully, an the temp at the base is roughly 10 degrees cooler. Great mini hike for small kids.

hiking
4 months ago

Short little walk to the falls. Was so much more beautiful than I was expecting.

hiking
4 months ago

Love this place!!!

hiking
4 months ago

About a football fields worth of actual hiking into the falls, the drive down to the lot itself is more work! Beautiful falls though, definitely worth seeing! Would’ve given 4 stars but I’m not sure i would do it all over again myself, maybe with visitors but not for my own enjoyment!

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