What are your favorite things about hiking in Arkansas? Is it chasing waterfalls, creek crossings, lake views, footbridges, or wildflowers? Well, if you answered yes to any of these, you’ll love the Huckleberry Nature Trail in Greenbrier. At 3.5-miles long, this trail has a lot to offer including a unique cascade, where you could sit and admire it for hours. Come with us on our next adventure to explore this scenic area offering one of the best waterfall trails in Arkansas. 

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Learn more about this waterfall trail in Arkansas by visiting the Woolly Hollow State Park website or check out the AllTrails Huckleberry Trail listing. 

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