National Park Service
Buffalo Point is a convenient, fun-filled destination for families and adventurists of all types. It's perched along the Buffalo National River, providing exciting river sports and hiking opportunities. In peak season, a restaurant is open at the facility, serving up meals for those…
Some sites at Buffalo Point are available for reservation at www.recreation.gov (1-877-444-6777) and others are first come, first serve. Flush restrooms, dump station, showers, water, and electricity are available from March 15 - November 14 when fees are charged. Fees are not charged from November…
- Drive-InPark next to your site
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
- Tent Sites
- RV Sites
- ADA Access
- Picnic Table
- Firewood Available
- Drinking Water
- Electric Hookups
- Sanitary Dump
- Water Hookups
- Big Rig Friendly
We camped here for Labor Day weekend and it was so nice! The bathrooms and showers were clean. They had live music one night as well as a couple other park programs throughout the weekend. The river is beautiful and holds a special place in my heart (been coming here since I was a kid). The…
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We managed to snag a last minute spot at Buffalo Point B loop for Memorial Day weekend. The place was absolutely gorgeous. You can get great spots with amazing views of the Ozark Mountains and/or the Buffalo River. From our spot I could see down into the river from our ridge and opposite the river…
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We enjoyed a nice walk along the water, views of the sunset from a small cliff, and a peaceful night with out cell service! Highly recommended for those who are looking to get away from reality!
Buffalo Point is located in Arkansas
From Springfield, MO take Highway 65 South through Branson to Harrison. Stay on Highway 65 through Harrison, turn left on Highway 62 and travel to Yellville. At Yellville turn right on Highway 14 East. Travel 17 miles to Highway 268 East. Turn left on 268 to Buffalo Point. From Little Rock, take Highway 65 North to Marshall, at Marshall turn right on Highway 27 North about 11 miles to Harriet. Turn left on Highway 14 West and travel about 14 miles to Highway 268 East. Turn right on Highway 268 to Buffalo Point.