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open MID-MARCH  through  MID-NOVEMBER daily

4 Miles North of Clinton, AR on US 65

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Take the journey and explore this amazing location once used by loggers as a bridge in the 19th and 20th centuries.  Located in a beautiful setting on Little Johnny Creek, often photographed for its vivid spring and fall colors.

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Excellent Roadside Stop

Rated 5 out of 5
April 14, 2024

Stopped here on the way to observe the Eclipse 4/8/24. Instead, we ended up staying here for the entire time. The owners were absolutely wonderful and accommodating. The entry was only $5 per adult. The Natural Bridge itself was very photogenic, the trails to and around were extremely well maintained and they have plans to expand them in the future. They have a nice picnic table area just inside where you can have lunch, so stop in Clinton, get some lunch and enjoy yourself.

Scott

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Rated 2 out of 5
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open??

Rated 5 out of 5
November 18, 2023

will you be open in December ? I have family coming in december and want them to see the Natural Bridge

Terri

solus

Rated 1 out of 5
October 16, 2023

color

Cornelius Streich

Surprisingly nice.

Rated 5 out of 5
July 25, 2023

We didn’t really know what to expect when we followed the one lane, winding road to the gift shop and parking lot. We were greeted by the attendant who was extremely nice. She gave us a little backstory on the place before collecting our $5 and sending us on our way. The only setback was the rain, but we had ponchos. You can basically see the rock bridge upon leaving the gift shop out the back, but we wanted a closer look. After viewing the items located in the second building, we took the very short climb up a few steps to see the bridge and other rock formations. We also followed the trail that climbed up a little higher to see the bridge from the top. We got a lot of great pictures. The trails are clearly marked, and the entire area is well maintained. There is a small area (they called it the deck) with a picnic table. It was nice to just sit, relax, and enjoy the scenery. The experience was surprisingly nice, and we are glad we decided to check it out.

CHERYL

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