Having camped at Arrowhead for over twenty five years, a few pictures needed to be posted dipicting changes to the park and also some of the things you can no longer do. Climbing down Big Bend Lookout now is strictly prohibited due to severe erosion that takes place here. Besides the banks now are much steeper than 18 years ago and one could easily get hurt on the way down.
Stubbs Falls at one time you were allowed to bath and relax in the falls but now it to is prohibited due to the dangers of climbing into the rapids here and getting a leg or arm caught in the rocks of which has happened before.
Two of the pictures of Stubbs Falls were taken about 25 years ago and if you look closely the pedestrian bridge that spans the river is made out of wood and now is made out of steel.
The pictures of the main beach have gone unchanged except for the heavy wooden picnic tables that were once used here. Now they are light weight and easily moved.
Some of these pictures were taken with an old instamatic camera with the replacable cartridge so the image is somewhat blurry.
The panoramic view of Big Bend Lookout has not really changed over the years except the growth of trees. If you go to the post Hiking the Trails you will see a more recent picture 18 years later of the amount the trees have grown.