It’s Waterfall Season—Get Out and Explore!

The say April showers bring May flowers. But all that rain also tends to bring out the best in some of Arkansas’ most beautiful natural features—our waterfalls. Lovely though they may be, it takes a certain kind of person to hit the trail during a downpour or to bushwhack through underbrush to find the falls flowing at full strength. But if you ask someone who does so on the regular—someone like nature photographer Jeff Rose—the ends more than justify the means.

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Holed Up

BACK TO MAIN Prettiest (and Most Accessible) Waterfall:  Falling Water Falls Pope County, near Smyrna Township In the middle of the Ozark National Forest, a dramatic 10-foot-high waterfall from Falling Water Creek spills into a pool of inky, blue-green water—which you can see from your car. (Make no mistake. There’s a reason why this stretch…

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