Devil’s Den State Park, nestled in Lee Creek Valley of the northwest Arkansas Ozarks, was selected as a state park site in the 1930s. The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) used native materials to build the park’s rustic-style wood and stone structures that mirror the surrounding natural beauty. The park now stands as one of the most intact CCC sites in the U.S., with a legacy you can see in its trails and buildings like its original cabins.

Join Park Interpreter Mystina Swaim for a virtual guided hike on the CCC Interpretive Trail to discover more about the park’s stories and structures. Then, consider planning your trip to the park to spend the night in a CCC cabin, camp under the stars, or just spend the day – and while here consider the stories the park’s historic structures hold.