This is a private campground club. Will let you stay one night for a try out. Cost $1600 to join then $280.00 per year there after. It is way out in the boonies there is a small pool but nothing else for miles and miles. Some shade. Way out in the boonys and nothing to do.
No cable hooks only tv in there lounge. The great fishing is no more the lake never gets stocked. Very dusty road in to dusty park. Owner very sweet but I will be spending hours cleaning the duramax and fox. Trees need trimming and the park is more work the she and her hubby can handle. 27$ good sam that was nice
Yes, this is a RV Club Park which means members get sites first before non members. Also it s not in Mountain Home but 22 miles up on hwy 20. To get to it you do have to take a three mile gravel road which can be rough so you must take it slow. These are the reasons for the three stars. We were searching on Labor Day for a stopover and the big fancy RV parks in Mountain Home would not answer their phones or call us back. The owners of Fort Running Bear answered their phone and told us what we could expect. Since the majority of their members had left for home we got a nice full hook up pull thru site close to the pool and showers. We are full timers so we weren t looking for a resort to entertain us. We got what we wanted. A place that was safe, clean and quiet. If this isn t what you are looking for then I would not stay here. We added an extra day to our stay and were well rested when we left.