Yellowrock Trail

This is another short hike, but well worth the effort in the Devil’s Den State Park.  It can be completed during the same day as the Devil’s Den State Park Trail and provide a longer trail.  The Yellowrock trail winds through several great bluffs and past several wonderful geological formations, before climbing up a short hill to reach Yellowrock.  From this vantage point, you can look over the valley below including Lee Creek.  During leaf off, the view is even more spectacular and allows you to see the entire area.  Just as with the Devil’s Den Trail, this trail is very popular and can can quite busy on the weekends.

Trail Details

  • Location: Arkansas
  • Total Mileage: 3 miles
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Maintained: Yes
  • Elevation: 300 feet
  • Water Crossings: No
  • Camping: Campground camping in Devil's Den State Park
  • Head Height:
  • Access to Water: No
  • Marked: Yes
  • Directions:

    8 miles south of Fayetteville on I-540 (Exit 53), then 18 miles southwest on Hwy. 170, or 7 miles west of I-540 (Exit 45) at Winslow on Hwy. 74