Groups and families of all sizes come to camp at Denby Point for its scenic views, year-round fishing and convenient boating facilities. The campground promises to entertain jet skiers, boaters, hikers and birders alike.
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World-class striper fishing brings crowds of anglers year-round, and incredibly clear waters attract scuba divers, hoping to explore the flooded forests and mountain valleys below the lake's surface. Hikers take pleasure in the Lake Ouachita Vista Trail (LOViT), which lines the southern end of the lake.
The campground consists of 67 sites including 58 with electric and water hookups. The two group campsites also have electric hookups. Other amenities include a dump station, fish cleaning station, hot showers, boat ramp and a swim beach.
Lake Ouachita sits in the heart of the Ouachita Mountains, just 28 miles west of Hot Springs National Park. The lake stems from the Ouachita River and boasts 692 miles of shoreline and over 40,000 surface acres.
Explore Ouachita National Forest's 1.8 million acres, surrounding Lake Ouachita and extending across central Arkansas and southeastern Oklahoma.
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Stayed over Thanksgiving weekend and had a really nice time! If you want to be out in the middle of nowhere, this is the place for you. After Sunday morning, most people cleared out, leaving the whole loop to us for Mon/Tue. There are multiple nice RV sites with access to small beaches as well as tent sites on small peninsulas. Bathrooms were clean, warm, had good showers and dish sinks. Our site had 50, 30 and 20 amp electric as well as a frost hydrant with decent water pressure. Phone service was OK on AT&T, Sprint was 'roaming' and pretty slow. No sewer hookup, but between the multiple bathhouses and dump station, we were ok. Arrived in the evening, did self check in and rangers came by the next day to verify. Hosts were friendly and made sure we were all set up for freezing temperatures and/or making sure we didn't break the spigot. Dog friendly!
Great forest setting and if you are lucky you can get a spot overlooking the lake. Close to Hot Springs trails and city life but even closer to the IMBA epic trails in the area.
Really enjoyed how peaceful this site is. We booked late but were able to find a great spot with lots of trees surrounding us, spread out, and a lake view. Not able to put our kayaks in the water from our campsite, but just a short drive to the marina. And we do wish there were some trails closer by. But overall, very peaceful and beautiful campsite. We had a great time!
This is one of the cleanest campgrounds I have visited. It has shower facilities with hot running water that are handicap accessible. The grounds themselves have always been litter free. Each of the designated camp sites come with electric for rv hookups. This campsite has a lake access with a swimming area and a Sandy Beach. There is also plenty of room for fishing and boating. This has been a yearly visit for me and my daughter.