Natural Dam Falls Winter Pics (Ozark Forest)

Natural Dam Falls Winter Pics (Ozark Forest) photo
Snowy Natural Dam Falls from the west side, Ozark National Forest

We typically do not get a lot of ice and snow in the winter here in west Arkansas. When we do get snow, I love the chance to take some winter shots at natural sites.

Natural Dam Falls is a cool waterfall in northern Crawford County in the Ozark National Forest. It is a 187-foot-wide natural wall of rock that spans the width of Mountain Fork Creek.

As I note here, the falls is easy to get to.

Natural Dam Falls Winter Pics (Ozark Forest) photo
Natural Dam Falls from the east side

These are some pics I took last winter (February 24, 2015) after we had received a few inches of snow.

Natural Dam Falls Winter Pics (Ozark Forest) photo
Natural Dam Falls, Ozark National Forest
Natural Dam Falls Winter Pics (Ozark Forest) photo
Panoramic shot of Natural Dam Falls
Natural Dam Falls Winter Pics (Ozark Forest) photo
Some thin ice on Mountain Fork Creek, behind Natural Dam Falls
Natural Dam Falls Winter Pics (Ozark Forest) photo
View from the west side of Natural Dam Falls
Natural Dam Falls Winter Pics (Ozark Forest) photo
Natural Dam Falls in winter (panoramic)
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