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This 1 1/2 mile trail, located in Devil's Den State Park, features two fracture caves: the Devil's Den and the Devil's Icebox.

The Devil's Den Trail, one of the most popular trails within the park, features two fracture caves: the Devil's Den and the Devil's Icebox. Gravity flow springs, peculiar erosional remnants of sandstone strata, wet weather waterfalls, and lush Ozark plant and animal life are just a few of the sights you can expect as you wind through the rugged Boston Mountain terrain. A flashlight is necessary to explore the caves. Extreme caution should be used while walking in the cave area due to open crevasses! Trailheads are located behind the visitor center and by the Highway 170 bridge at Lee Creek. Parking is available at both locations.

Directions: From Fayetteville, Travel eight miles south on I-540 to Exit #53 (West Fork), then go 17 miles southwest on Arkansas Hwy. 170 until you reach the park.

Distance: 1.5 miles

Difficulty: Easy

 
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