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About Edgewood

Edgewood Campground sits on the banks of DeGray Lake in the foothills of the Quachita Mountains. Jet skiing, wake boarding and swimming are among the family-friendly activities here.

The lake area is rich with wildlife spotting and birding. Hawks, woodpeckers, blue birds and wood ducks are among the the lake's residents.


Boating, water skiing, kayaking and other water sports are the biggest draw to the lake, and a sandy swimming beach is provided. The lake is also stocked with a variety of game fish, including plenty of hybrid striped bass, making it an ideal area for both boat and bank fishing.


The campground provides 49 reservable campsites with electric hookups. Other amenities include flush toilets, heated showers, drinking water, swimming beach, playground and dump station.

To see USACE DeGray Lake Virtual Tour, click here.

Natural Features

Degray Lake is one of the region's five Diamond Lakes, known for their crystal clear waters. The lake flows from the Caddo River in western Arkansas and spans 13,500 surface acres.

Nearby Attractions

The DeGray Lake Resort State Park offers golf courses, tennis courts, horseback riding trails and more along the 207 miles of lake shoreline.

The Ouachita National Forest and Hot Springs National Park are both located nearby.

ADA Access: N

$20.00 - $40.00
US Army Corps of Engineers
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Edgewood is located in Arkansas
34.2556 N
-93.185 W
Get Directions
From Interstate 30, take exit 78 and merge onto State Highway 7 north for 6 miles. Turn left on Edgewood road and continue 2 miles to the campground.
3 Reviews of Edgewood
Edgewood Recreation Area

Great campground on beautiful Degray Lake near Arkadelphia. 30 & 50 amp sites with electricity and water. Nice clean bath houses.

Corps camping on Lake DeGray

Smaller than its neighbor Caddo, and with a swim beach. The sites vary in length and width, as well as desirability. The concrete ones generally seem nicer than the asphalt ones. The campsites at nearby DeGray Lake Resort State Park are much more built out with wooden edging around large pads, whereas at the COE campgrounds you get a simpler setup of table, pole, and parking. If State Park isn’t full I would choose it instead.

First to Review

We stayed at this camp ground Memorial Day weekend 2018. So disappointing! I stayed at this campground as a child and have very fond memories but was very dissipointed this time. Some of the sites are very unlevel and there was poison ivy overgrown everywhere. You could not walk anywhere without having to pick your way through it. We got ticks on us and so did our dogs. The parking is terrible and not enough of it anywhere, especially near the swimming area. We have another weekend reserved here and if I can get reservations in another campground I will cancel the ones for here.