This Hike Takes You To A Place Arkansas’ First Residents Left Behind

Different points of time are well preserved in places all throughout Arkansas but today’s particular cave may have the most extensive history of all. Buffalo Point’s Indian Cave Trail is as beautiful as it is historic. Let’s take a hike to this rock shelter and step where Arkansas’ first residents did over 9,000 years ago.

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Another historic trail to take in the area is this hike that leads to an abandoned cemetery.