This 2-Mile Trail In Arkansas Leads To A Double Waterfall And A Waterfall Swimming Hole
The only thing better than one stunning waterfall is two stunning waterfalls, especially when one of those waterfalls is a double waterfall! And that’s exactly what you’ll find on the Neil Compton and Amber Falls Trail in Arkansas. The two-mile trail is not the easiest to navigate; however, once you set eyes on the picturesque cascades that line it, we think you’ll agree the effort is completely worth it.
Ready to hike the Neil Compton and Amber Falls Trail in Arkansas? What an amazing adventure in the Natural State!
So, did you know about these beautiful waterfalls in Arkansas? Ever visited either (or both) of them? Know of another can’t-miss cascade? Tell us!
Of course, Amber Falls and Neil Compton Falls are just two of the amazing waterfalls in Arkansas. Looking for more accessible waterfalls in the Natural State! Here are seven easy-to-access falls in Arkansas – no hiking required.
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Amber Falls Arkansas
What are some other double waterfalls in Arkansas?
The spectacular Amber Falls is a double threat: not only is it a beautiful waterfall swimming hole, but this Arkansas waterfall will have you seeing double. But it is by no means the only amazing double waterfall chasing adventure in Arkansas. In addition to Amber Falls, you'll be seeing double at Wildman Twin Falls, a stunning double waterfall in the shadows of marvelous Mt. Magazine. This hike is short but steep -- so wear appropriate footwear and plan your visit for when conditions are dry. The most difficult part of this hike is the descent to reach the bottom of the falls. The trail will slope and open to the Wildman Twin Falls. Carefully head down and around to reach the bottom of the falls. Your efforts will be rewarded once you're there. While you may not be able to stand directly behind the 40-foot falls there are some spectacular splash zones!
What are the best waterfall swimming holes in Arkansas?
If you enjoyed swimming in the lovely Amber Falls, you'll want to check out Big Creek Cave Falls, another glorious waterfall swimming hole in Arkansas. You'll find these falls tucked away in the Ozark National Forest, along Big Creek. Quite the sight, the 29-foot waterfall flows right out of a cave! One might assume that the towering cascade is a popular destination; however, that’s not exactly the case, and that’s because the hike to Big Creek Cave Falls isn’t an easy one -- but it's worth the effort.