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Devil's Den State Park
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Devil's Den State Park is located in a deep valley of the Boston Mountain region of the Arkansas Ozarks.
In 1933, Lee Creek Valley was selected as the location for a new state park. Wood and stone park structures, including a stone dam across Lee Creek to form the 8-acre Lake Devil, were constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps using local native materials.
The park includes rentals of canoes, tandem kayaks, pedal boats and water-bikes for use on Lake Devil. It shares miles of trails for hiking, mountain-biking and horses with the neighboring Ozark National Forest. Natural attractions also include caves, crevices, and bluff overlooks. Limestone and sandstone caves and crevices are found in the park.
Seventeen fully-equipped cabins are available year round, with fireplaces that may be used from October through April. A park cafe is open during the summer months as is the swimming pool. The park store offers a small supply of groceries and snacks.
There are 143 camp sites, ranging from hike-in tent sites to modern 50 amp. full hook-up sites. Slightly less than 1/3 of the sites are located in the Horse Camp which has access to the horse trails.Links: