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A small waterfall flows out of the “Natural Bridge" located along Clark Creek on the Lost Valley Trail near the Buffalo River and Ponca, Arkansas. Clark Creek carved the natural bridge through 50 feet of limestone.
The 150-mile Buffalo River in northern Arkansas was the first river in the United States to receive the designation as a National River. The Buffalo National River, encompasses 135 miles of the river which is managed by the National Park Service. The river is a popular canoeing, kayaking, camping, and fishing destination. Popular destinations in the national river’s boundaries include; Lost Valley, Hemmed-In-Hollow Falls (the highest waterfall between the Appalachian and Rocky Mountains, Indian Rockhouse, numerous caves and over 500-foot tall bluffs. The area is also home to Arkansas’ only elk herd.
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