Spring is the season for floating and Arkansas' iconic waterfalls. Here is a list of waterfalls in the NWA region that could be a good afternoon activity or a day trip...
- Hemmed-in-Hollow Falls: At "209-feet, this is the tallest waterfall between the Appalachians and the Rocky Mountains." It is accessible via a 5.7 mile round trip hike or by canoe.
- Kings River Falls: Kings River Falls is an easy, 2-mile round trip nature walk with a rewarding, scenic swimming hole at the end.
- Glory Hole Falls: Known as the most unique waterfall in the Ozarks. The 2-mile, round trip hike will take you to a 30ft water fall that flows through the native rocks. You should time your visit with rain to see it in all its glory.
- Sweden Creek Falls: A brief, 1.5-mile jaunt will take you to Arkansas’ 8th tallest waterfall in Kingston, AR. The 81ft tall fall is not one to miss.
Discover more locations in the region HERE, or if you're feeling ambitious, this book catalogs waterfalls across the Natural State.