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    Anyone hang near Beaver Lake, Ark? Or North Ala Sipsey area?

    Went to both of these locations as a kid and was wondering how these ares are for hanging.

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    I have hung in Devils Den State Park. Which is on I-540 going to beaver lake. It has a decent 15 mile loop trail and also a walk in camp area which is good to get away from the campground area. If you are interested in that area a lot of people go there so you would have to book in advance. Also there is another hiking loop at beaver lake I believe is 10 miles long. I haven't been on that one yet but the park is called Hobbs State Park. Most campgrounds around Beaver Lake but there is a campsite that is for tents only (5 spots) that I'm assuming is just liked Devils Den and would be away from the rv campers that would be nice and on the Pigeon Roost Trail which you might have to call and reserve if it's like Devils Den. I hope this helps you out.

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    The Sipsey is an awesome place to hang. Bankheadboy and Moderater Angrysparrow are great sources of info on the Sipsey.
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    Thanks fellas, can't wait to get out there again!

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    I'm probably going to be taking a solo trip to the sipsey the weekend of the 18th. I absolutely love it up there!

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