Cooper's Ozark Cabin
Area Hiking Trails
There are countless hiking trails in the area featuring waterfalls, caves, and other unique formations. We have provided just a sampling of our favorite area hikes. The cabin has area hiking books and guides to help you plan your hiking adventures during your stay.
Hawksbill Crag is one of the most recognized spots in Arkansas because photos of it have been used in many publications about the state and the Ozark Mountains. It is an amazing rock outcrop that sticks out from a tall bluff located in the Upper Buffalo Wilderness Area.
The trailhead is approximately 30 minutes from our cabin and is a 3.0 mile in-and-out hike.
This hike takes you through a small bluff area and a wet glade area. This is a great spot with a beautiful waterfall, lots of big boulders and bluffs.
The trailhead is approximately 20 minutes from our cabin and is a 2.0 mile in-and-out hike.
Eden Falls and Eden Falls Cave is located within Lost Valley State Park. You'll discover a natural bridge; then Cobb Cave which is a giant overhang you can walk back into. Take a walk up to beatiful Eden Falls and then to the cave. You'll have to crawl a short way, but then it opens up into a large room with a 35 foot waterfall (flashlights needed for this hike).
This trailhead is approximately 30 minutes from our cabin and is a 3.5 mile in-and-out hike.
There are several waterfalls along the way and spectacular rock formations like "arch rock" which is big enough to drive a truck under. The trail continues on past several pedestals and winds up at the main pedestal. King's Bluff features spectacular views and boasts one of the tallest waterfalls in this section of the Forest.
This trailhead is approximately 45 minutes from our cabin and is a 2.5 mile hike and 1.9 mile hike to Pedestal Rock and Kings Bluff, respectively.