New Blaine, Arkansas

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Top Chillin Spots in and near New Blaine

  • Dardanelle Township, Arkansas

    Camp at Mount Nebo SP

    4.0
    Mount Nebo State Park is just 12 miles southwest of Russellville, AR, home of Arkansas Tech University. With its proximity to the university and other large cities, it makes visiting Mount Nebo an easy trip. The last few miles on Country Road 155 takes you through switch backs up the mountain, an...
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  • Dardanelle, Arkansas

    Hike the Rim Trail at Mount Nebo SP

    3.0
    3.57 mi / 226 ft gain
    The official trailhead for the Rim Trail can be found on the north side of Country Rd 92, but it seems to be much easier to start the hike right behind the visitors center. There is more parking spaces and you can purchase any last minute items you may have forgotten before you start. To find the...
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  • Hagarville, Arkansas

    Pam's Grotto Trail

    4.0
    0.92 mi / 384 ft gain
    Getting to this trailhead is the most difficult part. The small parking area/campground is located about a half mile east of the Haw Creek Falls Campground. You will see a pull off on the east side of the road where you can park your car. Once you are ready to hit the trail you will cross the ro...
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  • Morrilton, Arkansas

    Camp at Petit Jean SP

    Located between Ft. Smith and Little Rock, just south of Interstate 40, you will find the state treasure that is Petit Jean State Park. Its central location makes it very easy for any one to visit. The main hub of the State Park is the beautiful Mather Lodge, which has a rooms to rent, a restaura...
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  • Jefferson Township, Arkansas

    Hike the Glory Hole Falls Trail

    4.4
    2 mi / 345 ft gain
    This trail and waterfall is located 13.8 miles south of Boxley, AR or 5.7 miles east of Fallsville, AR. The easiest way to get to the trailhead is to locate the Cassville Baptist Church on your GPS system. If you are headed east, the church is 0.7 miles east of the trail. If you are headed west, ...
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  • Witts Springs, Arkansas

    Hike Pedestal Rocks Loop

    4.5
    2.2 mi / 200 ft gain
    Shortly after the trailhead, you’ll come to a three-way intersection. Head straight on Pedestal Rocks Trail to make a counterclockwise loop. Follow through the woods until you reach the bluff line. Check out the ledges along the way and you’ll begin to see the pedestal rock formations. There ar...
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  • Deer, Arkansas

    Hike to Magnolia Falls

    5.0
    2.5 mi
    This adventure starts at the parking area that is marked by a Wilderness Area sign. The trailhead is actually the old jeep trail that makes its way through the woods. Follow the jeep trail past a few old campsites and an camping registration box. The trail will cross over a small creek bed and...
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  • Sand Gap, Arkansas

    Relax at Falling Water Falls

    5.0
    This is definitely a hidden gem located in the middle of nowhere. This waterfall is literally on the side of the road, which makes for a great place to stop and have lunch. During the summer it doubles as a swimming hole and great place to chill. Getting there: Take Hwy. 16 east from Pelsor (loc...
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  • Winslow, Arkansas

    White Rock Rim Trail

    5.0
    2.08 mi / 335 ft gain
    The trail around the Rim of White Rock Mountain is one of the best trails for vantage points.  Nestled in the beautiful Boston Mountains in north central area of Arkansas.  The White Rock Rim trail is an easy 2 mile loop trail that is moderately hiked year round.  Start at the parking area and he...
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  • Kingston, Arkansas

    Neil Compton's Double Falls

    4.0
    2.15 mi / 404 ft gain
    The parking area for Neil Compton’s Double Falls is approximately 1.1 miles past the trailhead for Hawksbill Crag on Cave Mountain Road. Cave Mountain Road is steep and can get pretty muddy after a good rain. A vehicle with 4WD is recommended although plenty of people make it up in small cars. ...
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  • Witts Springs, Arkansas

    Richland Falls and Twin Falls of Richland Creek

    4.0
    4.8 mi / 472 ft gain
    The hike to Richland Falls and Twin Falls of Richland creek begins at the Richland Creek Campground. From the entrance of the campground take the road to the right heading to the day use area.  The trailhead is found at the end of the day use area. The trail immediately begins with a crossing of...
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  • Kingston, Arkansas

    Hike Big Spring Trail

    5.5 mi / 500 ft gain
    Big Spring Trail is located in Smith Creek Preserve just south of Boxley, Arkansas.  There is a small parking area at the entrance. Detailed maps of the area provided by The Nature Conservancy can be found just past gate. Walk through the gate and begin your hike with a steady decline down the s...
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  • Mount Judea, Arkansas

    Hike Sam's Throne

    5.0
    0.5 mi
    This hike starts at the Sam's Throne Campground parking area. Once you walk to the end of the campground there is a fence with three different entrances that all lead to different trails. Take the middle trial for the shortest and easiest hike to the bluffs. This hike is very easy and only tak...
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  • Kingston, Arkansas

    Hike to Sweden Creek Falls

    4.0
    1.5 mi
    Proceed to Sweden Creek Falls Natural Area near Kingston, Arkansas. Find somewhere to park near the gate along the dirt road. The trailhead is located beside the gate. Follow the old jeep path and continue past the old abandoned house on the right. Once the path ends, look for the blue trail m...
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  • Witts Springs, Arkansas

    Hike to Punchbowl Falls

    3.2
    4 mi / -600 ft gain
    Go in the early Fall or late Spring! You start off on the Ozark Highland Trail. As you start walking along the trail you can see where people have slept the night before. Camping is acceptable out here, you do not have to pay, but the downside is that the closest town is about an hour away so if ...
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