Devil's Den State Park

Devil's Den State Park


Location:8 miles south of Fayetteville; from I-540 take exit 53 (West Fork), then 17 miles southwest on AR 170.
Facilities:144 campsites (most with hookups), several tent-only campsites (including 8 hike-in), 16 cabins, group camp, pavilion, meeting room, playground, store, cafe (seasonal), swimming pool (seasonal), water sports rentals, hiking and mountain bike trails (é); a horse camp at the park has 43 campsites with water/electric hookups and access to about 20 miles of riding trails.
Activities:Camping, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, pedal boating, swimming, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, horseback riding, interpretive programs.
Special Features:Located in Lee Creek Valley in the Ozark Mountains, the park features rustic-style wood and stone structures crafted by the Civilian Conservation Corps. These structures include a native stone dam spanning Lee Creek in the heart of the park. The park's 8-acre Devil's Lake is formed by the dam.
Address:11333 W Arkansas Hwy 74
West Fork, AR 72774

Phone:479-761-3325
Fax:479-761-3676
Web: www.arkansasstateparks.com/parks/park.asp?id=4
Size: 2,047 acres.

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