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Buffalo National River

Use the links below to visit the page we have set up for the Buffalo River that includes info, 360° photos and Google Maps showing locations on the Buffalo River. Use these informational pages to see the area before you go, or plan your next adventure.


Indian Rockhouse Trail– 3.3 mile loop trail with a 485 ft. elevation change.

Twin Falls– Short level trail. A couple of hundred yards to the falls. Steep and rough road not recommended for standard cars.

Thunder Canyon Falls– The Cecil Cove Loop Trail at Erbie leads to Thunder Canyon Falls. You will cross Cecil Creek 4 times. At the fourth crossing, the trail to the left is on the left, leading up a hill to thunder canyon falls.

Kyle’s Landing– Kyle’s Landing is a tent only campground and canoe launch on the Buffalo River. The camp sites are on a first-come-first-serve basis and are tent-only campsites. This is a primitive campground with no electricity.

Pruitt Landing– Pruitt Landing is a few miles north of Jasper, AR. on Scenic Highway 7. Pruitt landing is a popular canoe launching spot for floating the Buffalo River.

Paige Falls– Paige falls is located near Compton, AR. Look for county road 2660 and follow it down to the falls. From Harrison look for the sign on the left side of the road. From Ponca and Compton, the sign will be on your right. The road is rough and steep in places. For more on Paige Falls click this link.

Broadwater HollowPaige falls and Broadwater Hollow are on the same trail. After you visit Paige Falls continue to the next waterfall, which is a cascade fall.

Hemmed In Hollow– Hemmed In Hollow is a 5-mile in and out hike with a 1200′ foot elevation change. A strenuous hike, but not as bad as most I have read make it out to be.

Bowers Hollow Falls– Bowers Hollow Falls is a little under 6 miles in and out to the falls. It is located near Hawks bill Crag in the Upper Buffalo Wilderness.

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