Standard (Tent/RV)
Dispersed
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Ozark-St Francis/Redding Rec Area

The Redding Campground is a beautiful setting for an outdoor getaway. It sits right next to the Wild and Scenic Mulberry River and is surrounded by forest. Redding offers up a rock canoe launch and river access which is handicap accessible. A nice bath house with flush toilets and warm showers, a well water system with spouts dispersed throughout the campground, and access to the Spy Rock and Ozark Highland Trail (OHT) is what makes Redding such a desirable place to spend the night, the weekend, or even a week. Campground and Day-Use Area Rules

Operator
National Forest
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
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RVs and Trailers
Max Length: 35 ft.
Location
Ozark-St Francis/Redding Rec Area is located in Arkansas
Latitude
35.6818 N
Longitude
-93.7862 W
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Directions
From Ozark take Arkansas 23 north for 18 miles then turn right (east) on Forest Service Road 1003 for 3 miles.
3 Reviews of Ozark-St Francis/Redding Rec Area
Beautiful Getaway

Camp spots are nicely spaced out. Water available. No electric. Had cell service for the most part. Bathrooms well kept. Pretty secluded area. Note: there are snakes and ticks. A lot of ticks. Take a flashlight with you in the dark and be cautious. I encountered a copperhead on my night time bathroom run. Mulberry is one of my favorite rivers I have kayaked and this campsite offers a great take out spot. Decently priced and easy to get to.

Secluded!

Seclusion and a great place to relax! The Mulberry river is gorgeous blue water. Fishing is allowed too. Dog friendly! Clean restrooms!

First to Review
Beautiful area

We did a overnight here on a road trip. During the week there were only a few camp sites used. The river is a beautiful aqua color, but has a swift current. The hiking trails are well maintained. It seemed like most of the other campers were there to ride the 4x4 trails.