Trails Near Lost Valley State Park - Newton County, AR

Coordinate

Latitude: 36.01035
Longitude: -93.37435

Nearest City
Buffalo National River, AR (1.4 miles away)

Lost Valley State Park, a park located in Newton County, Arkansas. Topo map of lat 36.0104 and long -93.3743. Topo maps, latitude and longitude coordinates, and address for Lost Valley State Park.


Nearby Trails

  • Buffalo River Trail
    Buffalo River Trail is a hiking trail in Newton County, Arkansas. It is within Buffalo National River. It is 24.6 miles long and begins at 800 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail …

    From the guidebook Mountain Biking Virginia

    Trails in Buffalo National River, AR - Hiking, Trail Running, Walking - 24.6 miles long

  • Lost Valley Trail
    This scenic trail along Clark Creek features caves and waterfalls. Flashlights are necessary for exploring Eden Falls Cave. The trail crosses a wooden bridge over Clark Creek, passing a…

    From the guidebook Hiking Arkansas

    Trails in Osage, AR - Hiking - 2.1 miles long

  • Buffalo National River-Ponca to Kyles Landing
    If you only paddle one selection from this book, these 10.6 miles are it. The issue? Plenty of folks know this. Winter, fall, and midweek paddlers will enjoy an emptier class II stream.…

    From the guidebook Paddling the Ozarks

    Trails in Ponca, AR - Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing - 8-10.6 miles long

  • Steel Creek
    Steel Creek Campground is in a grassy bottomland tucked into a wide bend of the Buffalo River. You’ll often spot elk in the open grasslands between the river access and the campground. …

    From the guidebook Best Tent Camping: Missouri and the Ozarks

    Trails in Harrison, AR - Campgrounds

  • Buffalo National River: Buffalo River Trail—Spring Creek Section
    This 11.6-mile out-and-back section of the Buffalo River Trail passes over three towering bluffs that offer spectacular views of the river and the surrounding Ozark Mountains. While tra…

    From the guidebook Hiking Ozarks

    Trails in Harrison, AR - Hiking - 11.6 miles long

  • Buffalo National River: Boxley to Buffalo City
    The Buffalo River begins as a tiny stream in the Boston Mountains on the north side of AR 16 near Fallsville, Arkansas, and flows approximately 140 miles to its confluence with the Whit…

    From the guidebook A Canoeing & Kayaking Guide to the Ozarks

    Trails in Ponca, AR - Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing - 132.6 miles long

  • Buffalo National River: Centerpoint Trailhead to Hemmed-In Hollow
    This 10.6-mile out-and-back hike in the Buffalo National River area has a little bit of everything that the Ozarks have to offer. Hikers choosing this route to Hemmed-In Hollow not only…

    From the guidebook Hiking Ozarks

    Trails in Harrison, AR - Hiking - 10.6 miles long

  • Hemmed in Hollow
    Hemmed in Hollow is a hiking trail in Newton County, Arkansas. It is within Buffalo National River. It is 2.8 miles long and begins at 2,250 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is…

    From the guidebook Mountain Biking Virginia

    Trails in Buffalo National River, AR - Hiking, Trail Running, Walking - 2.8 miles long

  • Smith Creek Preserve Trail
    Judging from the strata making up the sedimentary blu?s bordering Smith Creek, there’s nothing new about this area geologically, but public access to this beautiful location is new. Tha…

    From the guidebook Five-Star Trails The Ozarks

    Trails in Fayetteville, AR - Hiking - 5 miles long

  • Kyle’s Landing
    Kyle’s Landing is my favorite campground on the Buffalo National River. A low bluff overlooks Kyle’s, and a large pine grove in the downstream end of camp reminds me of the Rockies. T…

    From the guidebook Best Tent Camping: Missouri and the Ozarks

    Trails in Harrison, AR - Campgrounds

Lost Valley State Park Photos

courtesy of Google Images

  • Editor's Pick

    5 Top North American Wildflower Hikes

    Springtime brings a sense of new beginnings and new life as flowers begin to bloom and fill the air with their sweet and pleasant fragrance. Luckily we can see wildflowers all summer long, since spring hits at different times throughout North America. See flowering cactu...

    More Hiking in US States...
  • Popular Article

    How Do I Care for & Clean Mud From Hiking Boots?

    Whether you are a novice hiker or have years of experience, your hiking boots are your most important piece of gear. They protect your feet from the terrain as well as keep you dry. Eventually, those nice, new boots are going to end up covered in mud.To prolong the life ...

    More Hiking Boots...
  • Featured Article

    How to Handle a Bear Encounter

    Encountering a bear on the trails is a frightening experience. But bears generally avoid humans and usually attack when hunting for food or when they feel threatened or cornered. Remain calm and exercise extreme caution when encountering a bear. Fight back only as a last...

    More Animals...

Activity Feed

Dec 2018