Standard (tent/RV)
Dispersed
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Unknown
Pets Unknown
Drinking Water
About Redding

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
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Location
Redding is located in Arkansas
Latitude
35.682 N
Longitude
-93.786 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 Redding
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.