This recreation area is part of Beaver Lake
There only 26 sites in this whole campground. All of them had ample shade but site #2. Sites #1 - #5 are at the top of the hill and pretty level, all other sites are at various locations on the hill and some are quite tricky to get into with a camper. We had site #15 and while I wouldn't want to back in without a spotter, we did fine with a 26' camper. This site and #17 had really pretty rock formations. Some of the sites have extra pads for tents but not site #15. Lots of ticks, so bring your spray but we will be camping here again. The two biggest drawbacks, besides the ticks, was 1) not being able to hook up to water as the sites do not have water, but we went and bought a 3rd hose to reach the nearest water to fill our tank and 2) the electric at our site was way in front of the campter, about the distance of the front, right bumper of our truck. We had to go by a $50 extension cord to even hook up to the electric but now we have the cord and I am sure it will come in handy in the future.
This place is beautiful.
Small and usually very quiet my family spends time here every year
Great views, peaceful, epic jumping bluff into the water, fantastic people, awesome marina!!
Lor of cool memories mad here
Used this campground as a base camp for Hobbs State Park. The campground is adequate with fire ring and table. The sites were level and big enough for a big tent. The shower house is nice and clean. The easy access to Rogers, Bentonville and Eureka Springs makes this camp ground a nice base camp. It could get hot in the summer but it has plenty of shade.
Historic area in the heart of the Arkansas Ozarks. Spots have shade, fire rings, and a river close by to play in. We used this spot as a base camp to hike in Hobbs State Park