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story.lead_photo.caption A biker and hiker admire a waterfall Tuesday Oct. 8 2019 near Lake Ann in Bella Vista along a section of the Back 40 trail system. The waterfall pours out of the Lake Ann spillway and was flowing fast and full after heavy rain on Sunday. The waterfall can be seen by car along the access road to Lake Ann dam and fishing dock. The access heads east off U.S. 71 just south of Lancashire Boulevard. Another Bella Vista waterfall along the Tanyard Creek Nature Trail is flowing full as well, as are all the waterfalls in the Buffalo National River area and all of Northwest Arkansas. - Photo by Flip Putthoff

Recent rains have swollen waterfalls in the region including one near Lake Ann in Bella Vista along a section of the Back 40 trail system.

The waterfall pours out of the Lake Ann spillway and can be seen by car along the access road to Lake Ann dam and fishing dock.

The access heads east off U.S. 71 just south of Lancashire Boulevard.

Another Bella Vista waterfall along the Tanyard Creek Nature Trail is flowing full as well, as are all the waterfalls in the Buffalo National River area and all of Northwest Arkansas.

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