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Buffalo National River Park

285 Reviews
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Buffalo National River Park

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RudySzymon wrote a review Apr 2021
Chicago, Illinois500 contributions132 helpful votes
We did couple of trails within the park including Paige and Broadwater Hollow Falls near Compton. Great scenery and multiple areas of natural wonders. The trees were still leafless so all the views of the cliffs were unobstructed.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Dave B wrote a review Nov 2020
Seguin, Texas121 contributions44 helpful votes
even in the late fall, after most of the trees have lost their leaves, this is still a nice place to get out and hike.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Woodfarms wrote a review Nov 2020
Willow Springs, Missouri45 contributions67 helpful votes
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Absolutely amazing fall views and lots of outdoor activities to do in the area. Hiking, fishing camping scenic drives waterfalls
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Date of experience: November 2020
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raybyerley wrote a review Oct 2020
Mandeville, Louisiana1996 contributions282 helpful votes
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We took several hikes throughout the park over three to four days, some more strenuous thsn others. One day we started by Steel Creek boat launch went up the Buffalo river trail for about 4 miles and back along the old river trail ( a few pictures from that hike are attached, one looking diwn at the Steel creek launch and parking area). ~8 miles total that day. Another day we started at Compton trailhead, made a big loop on Sneeds creek trail by Henderson house then on the old river trail to Hemmed-in Hallow and back up a fairly difficult trail from California point to where we parked. This is a beautiful place and with leaves 🍁 changing color in mid-October even more so.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Mike M wrote a review Oct 2020
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Camped for 2 nights at Tyler Bend campground. Top notch campground, great location. Limited paddling opportunities due to Covid and low water but great experience nonetheless. The most enjoyable time we had was sitting in chairs by the river in the evening watching the wildlife. Highly recommend!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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