Tag: waterfalls

Leatherwood Wilderness Waterfall Hunt

Leatherwood Wilderness

Are you ready to explore the stunning beauty of the Ozark National Forest’s Leatherwood Wilderness? This hidden gem is a must-visit destination for anyone seeking an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. With miles of hiking trails, crystal-clear streams, and breathtaking vistas, the Leatherwood Wilderness is a nature lover’s paradise. Whether you’re…Read more

Dismal Creek Special Interest Area

Dismal Creek Special Interest Area

Dismal Creek Special Interest Area is located in the Ozark National Forest just a short distance from the Glory Hole Falls hiking trail. To reach this area continue southwest of the Glory Hole Falls Trailhead on AR Highway 16 for a short distance. Look for a county road on the left that is marked 65….Read more

Falling Water Falls

Falling Water Falls 4

In this post, we want to bring you one of the easiest waterfalls you can visit in the Ozarks. Falling Water Falls is easy to visit because it is right beside the road. You can drive right up to the falls. You can use the map above to plan your trip to see these falls….Read more

Bear Creek Canyon

Slot Pool Falls in bear creek canyon

Bear Creek Canyon is located in the Ozark National Forest in north Arkansas. This area is a waterfall lovers’ paradise. We viewed 6 distinct waterfalls within a few hundred yards of each other. I will add that this hike was tougher for me than the other hikes we have taken. It is a little less…Read more

Arkansas Waterfalls Guidebook Review

Falling Water Falls

This review looks at the Arkansas Waterfalls Guidebook by Tim Ernst. If you are looking for a guide to a vast number of waterfalls in the Natural State this book is an indispensable tool. The book contains reams of information on waterfalls from those you can view from your car to tough bushwhack hikes that…Read more

Waterfall Hiking Trail

waterfall trail

The Waterfall Hiking Trail in Branson, MO is a short trail to a low waterfall. The trail is just up from the parking area near the entrance to a local resort. There is a sign at the trailhead. The trail is around 2/3 of a mile each way. It is flat for the most part,…Read more