Arkansas State Parks Trip Ideas Filter Park Devil's Den Crowley's Ridge Pinnacle Mountain Region Central Northwest Upper Delta Park Activity Climbing Hiking Watchable Wildlife Trail Type Day Hikes Trail Difficulty Strenuous Author Arkansas State Parks Staff Meg Matthews Waymon Cox Monika Rued Chris Pistole Heather Johnson Grady Spann Jeanette Larson Megan Ayres Paul Butler Robin Gabe Tara Gillanders Adam Leslie Don Simons Ivory Detter Jenn Menge Joe Jacobs John Morrow Jonathan Wirges Kayla Gomance Matt Manos Matt Mulheran Rebekah Spurlock Ryan Smith Sasha Bowles Shelley Flanary Amy Griffin Amy Griffin Billy Nations Bonnie Marberry Brian Whitson Cara Curtis David Armstrong Devin Moon Elizabeth Kimble Haley Johnson Heather Runyan Jackie Rupp Jason Baumgartner Jason Parrie Jeanette Larson Josh Williams Kara Helton Kelly Farrell Kristina Root Kylee Cole Leita Spears Leita Spears Maggie Howard Melissa Phillips Pete Salmon Randy Pearson Sarah Reap Seth Boone Tim Scott Zachary Fisher [X] Mystina Swaim [X] Mary Buchman [X] Ron Salley Date Published June 2020 February 2017 November 2016 August 2016 Video: A Cascading Legacy Jun 2020 ⁄ Mystina Swaim Devil’s Den State Park is a special place set aside to protect and preserve the natural and cultural resources of this unique Ozark Valley in northwest Arkansas. For over a year in the 1930s, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) worked to create one of the jewels of Devil’s Den State Park – the lake and waterfall – now a legacy for generations to enjoy. Crowley’s Ridge State Park: A High-Tech Marvel Built by the CCC Feb 2017 ⁄ Mary Buchman Crowley’s Ridge State Park was first constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, and included is still a beautiful and historic site you can visit. The Legacy of the CCC at Devil’s Den State Park Nov 2016 ⁄ Mystina Swaim If you visit Devil’s Den State Park and take a guided hike or self-guided hike of the CCC Interpretive Trail, it's like turning back time and experience the same park from the 1930's. Is Pinnacle Mountain a Volcano? Aug 2016 ⁄ Ron Salley Pinnacle Mountain stands about 1,000 feet above sea level, is on the extreme eastern edge of the Ouachita Mountain range, and sits where three rivers converge.