This recreation area is part of Ouachita Lake
We had a great time camping at lake oauchita state park. The water water wad beautiful and clear, the bath house was clean and the campgrounds were well maintained. We've already reserved a site for this summer.
This was our first trip here - brought our 23 Ft camper and stayed in Loop C. The well-Manicured and large sites under the tall trees and pines were Top-Notch! Many sites were on an incline, so there was a lot of terracing w great use of railroad timbers and crushed rock. Most sites were FULL HookUps. All had crushed rock pad for tent. Loop A which was NOT waterfront was heavily tree’d and huge sites as well. Restrooms were always clean and well stocked w TP and hand soap.
Kayak rental was cheap (and didn’t charge extra for staying out longer!)
We were BLOWN AWAY and can’t wait to make the long drive from Austin Tx again :-)
One of the best lakes/ parks I’ve visited. I went to Arkansas to visit the Hot Springs National Park, and left wishing I had stayed longer in Ouachita rather than visit Hot Springs. Great camping site, enough space for two tents. Beautiful trails to hike and bike. The fishing was equally as good.
Beautiful lake - crystal clear! RV sites are spacious with easy access to lake.
Lake Ouachita is a great place to camp. Many of the campsites have views of the lake and are spacious. They all have a fire ring, grill and picnic table. They also have family bathrooms that have a private shower/sink area. They have a few hiking trails as well.
There is enough nature to make this campground worth a visit. Rent a canoe or kayak and get out on the water, and hopefully see some wildlife. My favorite sites in the tent loop (B) would be site numbers 71 and 73.
Great on lake camping with lots of activities for everyone.
So much to do at this beautiful campground. We stayed in A on the peninsula and in D campground. Camping on the peninsula was so much fun. The facilities at really nice and clean. The interpreter Jen is so knowledgeable. We went kayaking, snorkeling, and an evening star cruise.
My four-legged tail-wagger and I just finished our second trip to Lake Ouachita State Park. We like the tent spots and so do the RVers who visit for the views of the lake.