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Explore Devil’s Den State Park

February 15, 2020 by Corey A. Edwards

Devil’s Den State Park DamDevil’s Den State Park, just 40 minutes south of Fayetteville, AR, is an Arkansas icon with fishing, boating, hiking trails, caves, and one of the best-preserved CCC park developments in the country.

Devil’s Den State Park was created in the 1930’s as part of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) program. The CCC first built the road to Devil’s Den, which later became Arkansas 170. Then they added hiking trails, cabins, offices, and a restaurant. They also built the stone dam across Lee Creek.

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Take A Hike – Petit Jean State Park Trails

May 18, 2019 by Corey A. Edwards

an overlook at Petit Jean State ParkLooking to get out into the great outdoors this summer? Great idea and I know just the place: Arkansas’ Petit Jean State Park trails are some of the best around, leading to waterfalls, stunning overlooks, interesting rock formations, and more!

Petit Jean State Park (pronounced “petty-jeen”) is the oldest and one of the most popular state parks in Arkansas. It’s natural beauty and fascinating geology have been attracting visitors since prehistoric times. In fact, the park contains more Native American rock art than any other in the state.

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