Fox Den Trail is a 1.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Colcord, Oklahoma that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length1.1 miElevation gain242 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashKid friendlyCampingHikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingForestLakeRiverViewsWaterfallWildflowers
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Fox Den Trail trail is a nice loop through a forested hillside down to a creek, a small lake with a pictureque dam, over another hill, following a creek before climbing back up the hill to the trailhead.

Park entry fee charged, for fee camping options from tent to RV. Picnic tables and grills can be found throughout Natural Falls State Park. Campsites including 44 RV sites and 27 tent sites are available along with a comfort station with showers. The Red Fern Reunion Center is available for group functions. Other amenities include four and 1/2 miles of hiking and nature trails, picnic shelter, volleyball, horseshoes, basketball court, catch and release fishing, playgrounds and a formal garden area.

Natural Falls state park Hwy 412 W West Siloam Springs, OK 74338 Phone: 918-422-5802 Fax: 918-422-0026

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Brandon Culbert
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Anthony-Jillian Coghill
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Beautiful falls. The trail itself is not marked well, it's difficult to discern where it goes. There are 3 different trails in the park. they could do a better job marking things with ribbon or paint on trees. Several bathrooms are good! Looks like they've put in some new huts for campers... maybe we come back for an overnight stay.

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Julie Arnold
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HikingGreat!

Love this trail! At points it can feel remote, which I liked. Lots of "lookout" points. Definitely a couple of steep areas, one being coming back up from seeing the carved out rocks area. Definitely a challenge for a newbie (me) but nice and peaceful/relaxing. Will be heading back!

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Darren Cook
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V L
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WalkingGreat!

Easy.

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Sarah Schaefer
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HikingGreat!

Trail was in good shape but could have used some more signs or arrows. You get close to some rock formations and also the river and dam. The trail is steep at times and has some loose rocks.

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Lady Arcane
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Hiking

There is something for everyone— Pine is paved and easy, Dripping has the upper (easy) and lower falls (elevation), Ghost Coon is an easy walk in the woods winding with the Disc Golf, Bear is a short downward natural rock connector to Lower Dripping, and Fox Den has caves and creek Crossings (most advanced). Each trail can be accessed from the paved Pine trail. There is something for every fitness level. I recorders them all as one 4.5 mile hike. Not well blazed — needs markings — there are signs are the beginning for all, no blaze marks, and Bear & Coon are marked at the ends.

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Dustin Matheson
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Scenic driving
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David Shauberger
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Very steep with loose footing in and out of the stream, but the views are worth it

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Gina Hitz
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Beautiful, rocky in some areas and could use some better markings.

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Heath Gallagher
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Stanley Shortes
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easy to follow; good shade; lookout point

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Joshua Zurel
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Rusty Landon
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HikingFeeGreat!

Nice trail I feel like it could’ve been marked better, but overall nice, not to many scenic views but an enjoyable walk

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Devin Waddell Babcock
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Wound our way from Fox Den to Bear to Ghost Coon. Fox Den was my fav, Ghost Coon was pretty... vanilla. Sad we didn’t get to the Dripping Springs trail today.

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Emilie Garrelts
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Vanessa McKnight
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This trail is fantastic! Very well marked, easy to navigate, and technical. I would recommend letting someone clear the webs before getting on the trail.

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Rachel Butler
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Beautiful trail but poorly marked. Very steep in some areas. Also overgrown in some areas with poison oak. Right at a mile.

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WILLIAM GRANT
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Beautiful trail but poorly marked. Otherwise we would’ve given it a higher rating

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Megan Haywood
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Not a bad trail. Pretty scenery but we did get off trail due to not being marked very well. Other than that it was a good hike!

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Lori White
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I really liked this state park. I wish they allowed swimming. It’s beautiful and the trails aren’t to bad. I went with my family and 3 dogs. We completed all the trails in about 3 hours.

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Mike Helmick
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This trail was more complicated that I thought. Not very well marked at all. Thank God for this app with gps to stay on the trail. Steep downhill, had to cross a river and then a very steep climb back up. Should be labeled hard or strenuous. This is much more then a moderate trail. Don’t be fool. Be prepared for quite a hike. Less stars just because it wasn’t marked hardly at all.

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Drew Cash
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We started at dripping springs and kinda got a little off course and ended up on this trail was really pretty and had some steep spots.

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Jordan Perryman
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Walking

We started off on drilling springs and some how ended up on fox den. I need to go back and try again

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Ryan Meadows
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Tougher than expected some pretty good climbs at the end

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Serena Ryan
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Hiking

Little hard to get to. Nothing spectacular. Kiddos still enjoyed it.

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Ben McBryde
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Wasn’t the best hike, but had a couple of good views.

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