The Yellow Rock Overlook at Devil's Den State Park, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, offers a sweeping view of the picturesque Ozark Mountain valley where this popular state park is nestled.
Deep in the Lee Creek Valley of the Ozark Mountains, a special place is tucked away, waiting for you to discover it. With its deep crevices, caves, and striking bluff overlooks, Devil's Den State Park is ideal for hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, mountain biking and camping in Arkansas. Several of the park's backcountry hiking trails lead into the adjacent Ozark National Forest. Whether you're looking for a special getaway to relax or experience outdoor adventure, Devil's Den is a place to connect to the ancient, scenic hills known as the Ozarks.
Cabins are spaced along hillsides throughout the park. Devil's Den was established as one of Arkansas's first state parks. Built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, the park's cabins and other facilities were crafted with native stone and timber to mirror the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape. While preserved in their original style, they have also been renovated to modern standards. Camping sites are also available in several areas of the park.
To discover more about Devil's Den go to: www.ArkansasStateParks.com/DevilsDen.