Cedar Falls At Petit Jean State Park

Cedar Falls

Cedar Falls at Petit Jean State Park here in Arkansas

Last month I hiked down into Cedar Creek Canyon at Petit Jean State Park here in Arkansas to photograph Cedar Falls. It had been raining off and on here in Arkansas so I was hoping that water was flowing over the falls. Cedar Falls cascades more than 90 feet to the canyon floor. Cedar Falls can be accessed by a hiking trail that leads for 2 miles along the bottom of the canyon.

Petit Jean State Park is Arkansas’s first state park: Petit Jean State Park

The trail begins behind the breezeway at Mather Lodge, a majestic CCC rustic style mountain lodge, and winds down into Cedar Creek Canyon. Massive stone boulders and large trees adorn the trailside. The trail then follows Cedar Creek to 95-foot Cedar Falls, one of the tallest continuously flowing waterfalls in the state. This is a photographer’s paradise.

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0 Responses to Cedar Falls At Petit Jean State Park

  1. new look! and a nice waterfall. What could be better.

  2. This is gorgeous Steve!

  3. cindy says:

    Beautiful Steve!

  4. Steve Creek says:

    Thanks Stephen, Mia and Cindy! Stephen I thought is was time for a new look.

  5. Julie G. says:

    A most stunning sight! Beautiful photograph, Steve! Very serene.

  6. Dan Huber says:

    Gorgeous scene Steve

  7. That’s wonderful! The falls there really look like a lovely delicate veil!

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  9. jeffreysark says:

    it is wonderful to see some fall color on your blog