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Cossatot Falls
Photo By Steve Korevec

  • Title: Cossatot Falls
  • State/Province/Region: Arkansas
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: US 278
  • Nearest Town: Wickes
  • Brief Directions: Going North on US 71, Turn Right on US 278 in Wickes. Stay on 278 until you cross the Cossatot River (about .5 miles past the welcome Center) turn left at the first gravel road after the bridge. Directly across from the Harris Creek Trail access. Follow the gravel road approx 5 mi. Turn left at the sign for Cossatot Falls. Go about 2.5 miles more and turn left at sign to the falls.
  • Notes: There is camping available for tents. No RV hookups are offered. This is classed as a Wild and Scenic River. The visitor Center on US 278 offers information and has a limited gift shop. No food is available within a ten mile radius.
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Gear: Tripod, ND and Polarizor, Wading gear
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