Devils Den State Park

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Devil's Den State Park

The Basics

Devil's Den State Park
11333 West Arkansas Hwy 74
West Fork, AR 72774

Phone: (479) 761-3325

Directions: Travel 8 miles south of Fayetteville on I-540 to exit #53 (West Fork), then go 17 miles southwest on AR Hwy 170;
Or, from I-540 take exit #45 (Winslow) and go 7 miles west on AR Hwy 74
[Trailers over 26 ft. long should take exit #53]

About Devil's Den

Nestled in the Ozarks Mountains of Northwest Arkansas, in picturesque Lee Creek Valley, sits Devil's Den State Park. Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in the 1930's, the park's cabins and several other facilities were built using native wood and stone from the area. Spanning Lee Creek, the CCC also used native stone to build a dam, creating peaceful 8-acre Lake Devil. Canoe and kayak rentals are available at the park, as well as pedal boats and water bikes for use in the lake.

Hiking, backpacking, and mountain biking are popular activities in and around Devil's Den State Park, with numerous trails leading to popular features such as the Devil's Den Cave and Twin Falls. Many trails also lead into the surrounding Ozark National Forest.

Devil's Den also hosts a horse camp with adjacent access to three equestrian trails totaling about 20 miles altogether. All three trails begin and end at the horse camp.

Seventeen fully-equipped cabins are available to rent at the park, each with a kitchen and wood-burning fireplace. The cabins are available all year long, and fireplaces are available for use from October thru April. The park also has 143 campsites, with 42 of those sites being in the horse camp area. Group camping is also available.

Devil's Den State Park also hosts a seasonally-oped cafe, swimming pool, pavilion, meeting room, playground and store.

For pricing and availability of the park cottages, cabins, campground or other facilities, please call or email the park directly. The contact information is listed above.

Features & Facilities

Visitor Center | Gift Shop | Exhibits | Meeting Room | Amphitheater | Pavilion | Picnic Area/Tables | Playground | Ballfield | Caves | Cafe | Cabins | Campground | Group Camping | Horse Camp | Restrooms | Showers | Laundry | Dump Station | Waterfall

Activities Available

Camping | Hiking Trails | Mtn Biking Trails | Equestrian Trails | Swimming | Canoeing/Kayaking | Caving | Twin Falls

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