This was a great fine, we was traveling thru and needed a place to stay one night and keep the truck hooked to the camper and we found this unique State Park! It was awesome, clean, and quiet. It had lots of things to do, would of loved to had more time to stay there. Very nice people that checked us in and very helpful! A great place to get away from all the technology! Put those phones down and enjoy your family in this awesome place! Loved it!!
We stayed there for 3 nights in spot #53. It has lots of shade and was perfect for keeping the sun off our trailer. We enjoyed the Big Ben Nature Hike, which was really short and also the Military Loop Hikes that was just over 2 miles. We ended up going the wrong way and made it a 4 mile hike. As pretty as the park was the only downfall was the mosquitos! They are every where, so bring plenty of bug spray. I would have given it a 5 if it wasn't for the bugs.
Two separate rate camping areas. Newer area has concrete pads with full hookups great for big rigs. Original area great for smaller trailers and tents. Typical state park with hiking trails, lots of open areas, and swimming.
Needed to stop for the night and found this little gem of a park. Most sites are level and well laid out, clean bath houses, lotsa trails and wildlife, quiet, secluded, good roads in/out (winding roads). Friendly staff, small gift shop. Worth staying here.
Built in the hills & valleys of the unique Crowley's Ridge area, this park is a Delightful surprise for visitors traveling I40 - can't tell from the interstate - you'd never guess these steep ridges are back there, alongside farms and pecan fields. Cabins and campgrounds (upgraded RV style with several pull-throughs and more wooded traditional, too - plus a separate horse camp with stalls etc.). Horseback riding trails, walking and hiking trails. Hoot owls we hear every visit - and turkeys & deer we see. It has a spectacular golf course & new clubhouse. One of our favorite AR State Parks. We planned a short driving day with this overnight stop enroute so we could enjoy the park, even if for a limited time.
Friendly staff, restful lake, deer at campsite, lots of birds, swimming, fishing and 25 miles of nature and hiking trails, easy spots to pull into. Old Military Road Trail has portions of the Trail of Tears. For those who want a resort there is golf, and tennis, equestrian camping and bath houses.
Enjoyed a weekend here. Very surprised and pleased with the park. Each space was level, straight and easy to back into. Power and water were expertly located for easy hookup. Rangers and staff were super nice. Park has about every amenity you will ever need (stables, tennis courts, hiking, biking, etc.) This is one of the best parks I've been to.
About 15 miles from the highway. Beautiful park, quiet, natural. We made it in before they closed but after hours you can pick and empty spot (each site marked available /reserved) and pay in the morning. :) We had a water/electric site for $20. Online says 2 night minimum weekend stay, but walk ups can do one night. Staff were great. Our bathhouse had individual rooms with shower, sink, toilet, bench. Super clean. Lots of bike and hike trails.
Peaceful. Level, water, dump, don't kneed more. Very bad internet, but lots of OTA TV stations. Not cheap, especially for an overnighter. Probably should have stayed at Wal-Mart down the road for the night.
When camping would campers start posting picture of campground map so fellow campers can see area. Thank you! Fellow camper
Beautiful area! Nice large sites, we did 30 amp and water hook up. We were the only ones in our area when we first pulled in. Couple more came in during the late evening. Very quiet! Bathroom/showers were all individual really nice areas! Designated swim area down the road.