Hiking Trails Waterfalls
During your stay at HorseHead Lake Lodge, immerse yourself in the beauty of our hiking trails and the serenity of our breathtaking waterfall. Explore the picturesque trails that surround us, taking in the scenic views and connecting with nature. Our dedicated team will ensure that your experience is unforgettable, whether you’re an avid hiker or simply looking to unwind. Discover the wonders of our hiking trails and waterfall during your stay at HorseHead Lake Lodge.
If you’re looking for an unforgettable adventure in Arkansas, you can’t miss a visit to Pam’s Grotto. This hidden gem is located just a stone’s throw away from the HorseHead Lake Lodge, making it the perfect destination for anyone looking for a refreshing escape into nature. The star of the show is undoubtedly the breathtaking waterfall that cascades into a crystal-clear pool, offering a perfect spot for swimming and cooling off in the heat of the day.
Hawksbill Crag, or Whitaker Point, near Boxley, Arkansas, is a renowned rock formation in the Ozark National Forest.
The 3-mile trail showcases diverse flora, leading to a stunning overlook with panoramic views, attracting hikers and photographers to its captivating beauty.
Glory Hole Falls
Glory Hole Falls near Ozone, Arkansas, is a captivating waterfall with a unique cylindrical opening eroded through rock, creating a picturesque scene. A moderate 1.5-mile trail leads through the scenic Ozark National Forest, offering lush vegetation and wildlife. The falls, at 30 feet, showcase nature’s beauty and provide a serene experience.
Want to Go WaterFall Hunting ?
Waterfall hunting in Arkansas is an adventure through its diverse landscapes, revealing hidden natural gems. With over 200 waterfalls, the state offers picturesque cascades like Glory Hole Falls and Hemmed-In Hollow. Trails lead through the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains, creating opportunities for hikers and nature enthusiasts to explore the beauty of Arkansas’ water wonders.
Ouachitas & Ozark Hiking Trails
This loop and side trip to Spy Rock is a 8.3 mile round trip and is a easy to moderate day hike. It also can make a quick overnighter if the weather is just to nice to waste inside. We were able to leave Tulsa Saturday morning for a relaxing backpacking trip and get back early Sunday with plenty of time to get all the honey-dos done.