This Hidden Cove In Arkansas Used To Be Home To A Native American Healing Spring
Beaver Lake has so many nooks and crannies, it’s easy to accidentally overlook some real treasures. One gem we absolutely love and that locals treasure is Hogscald Hollow. This beautiful swimming hole and natural area originally served as sacred Native American land but is now simply known as a waterfall paradise. Let’s explore this beautiful haven in Arkansas and learn a bit about the history of Hogscald Hollow at Beaver Lake as well.
We would love to see your photos of Hogscald Hollow (or your favorite spot on Beaver Lake) in our Facebook Group, Arkansas Nature Lovers. You should join for your chance to be featured and to discover why there’s nothing better than Arkansas’ stunning nature. And if you have any tips on how visitors can make the most of their visit here, let us know.
Arkansas is full of hidden coves and brilliant natural wonders! Another stunning Arkansas waterfall to visit this season can be found along this beautiful cave trail.
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Are there any natural wonders in Arkansas?
There's a reason why Arkansas is called the Natural State! From waterfalls and hot springs to caves, canyons, and beaches, Arkansas has no shortage of man-made and natural wonders:
- Arkansas Grand Canyon, Jasper
- Arkansas Sphinx, Hagarville
- Blanchard Springs Cavern, Fifty-Six
- Buffalo National River, Ponca
- Bull Shoals Caverns, Bull Shoals
- Cedar Falls
- Crater of Diamonds, Murfreesboro
- Crowley's Ridge
- Glory Hole Falls, Ozone
- Hot Springs National Park, Hot Springs
- Lake Chicot
- Mammoth Spring, Mammoth Spring
- Mystic Caverns and Crystal Dome, Harrison
- Onyx Cave
- Pinnacle Mountain, Roland
- White Rock Mountain, Winslow
What are the best museums in Arkansas to learn about state and natural history?
Arkansas is chock full of both natural and man-made history, spanning back to well before America was founded. Fortunately, the state is equally full of museums that document all of it! Whether you're a geology buff hoping to learn more about the state's (literal) foundations, or a history major craving some insights into Arkansas' role in American history, here are some of the best, most highly-rated museums in Arkansas:
- Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville
- Mid-America Science Museum, Piney
- Museum of Discovery, Little Rock
- Museum of Native American History, Bentonville
- MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History, Little Rock
- Arkansas Air and Military Museum, Fayetteville
- Fort Smith Museum of History, Fort Smith
- Japanese American Internment Museum. McGehee
- Museum of the Arkansas Grand Prairie, Stuttgart
- Josephine Tussaud Wax Museum, Hot Springs
- Historic Arkansas Museum, Little Rock
- Bradbury Art Museum, Jonesboro
- Shiloh Museum of Ozark History, Springdale
- Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum, North Little Rock
- Gangster Museum of America, Hot Springs