Hike at Devil’s Den State Park

Black and white photograph of a distant shot of young girl and boy walking with man on flat capstone at end of curved, multi-tiered rock dam with water flowing over with sparsely leafed trees in the background.

A man with a young boy and girl walk along the dam at Devil’s Den State Park in this circa 1960s photo, which is from the Shiloh Museum’s Mary Maestri Vaughan Collection (S-2015-98-2).

Friday, May 3, 2024
3 to 4 p.m.
Large pavilion at Devil’s Den State Park, 11333 West Arkansas Highway 74, Winslow, AR 72774 (directions on park sign at intersection of highways 74 and 170)

Admission: free

Embark on a journey through Devil’s Den State Park established in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Join a park interpreter for a guided quarter-mile trail hike, exploring additional CCC creations along the way. 

Meet at the park’s pavilion and come dressed in appropriate hiking clothes, shoes, and hats. Be sure to bring a water bottle, bug repellant, and sun screen. The gathering will include a CCC-themed scavenger hunt at the park’s visitor center.