Indian Rock Museum

A must see landmark is on this fun, easy trail — Indian Rock House, where Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto visited the Indians in 1542 while seeking the Fountain of youth. The path continues along the Indian Hills Golf Course, rising and returning along beautiful bluffs. 3/4 mile; Moderate Trail.

The Indian Rock Cave Trail is a ¾-mile-long trail that is family friendly and offers an incredible glimpse of history, too! Starting at the foot of the Old Log Cabin and Museum is where you pick up the trail. But before you begin, look for the bell for a fun ring-a-ding-ding!

Follow the wooden stairs to the legendary historic Indian Rock House – a huge natural structure that served as a tribal meeting place as far back as 1000 BC. It was where de Soto met with Native Americans in 1542 when searching for the Fountain of Youth. Look for petroglyphs, and imagine living in the shelter of this natural wonder. On the National Historic Registry. The cave has been the setting for modern day weddings and a golf cart drive-in movie during summer!

We’re sure the trail will beckon, so follow it as it meanders among incredible rock formations with the bluff on one side and beautiful Indian Hills Golf Course on the other. The trail continues around some incredible rock formations with lots of nooks and crannies for youngsters and young at heart to create their own adventures. It come back around close to where you started.

337 Snead Drive
Fairfield Bay, Arkansas 72088