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About Catherine's Landing

Whether your perfect vacation is action-packed or laid back, you’ll find everything you need at Catherine’s Landing. Conveniently situated on 400 pastoral acres with a mile of frontage on beautiful Lake Catherine just outside historic downtown Hot Springs.  Catherine’s Landing offers an ideal natural environment mixed with a range of accommodations and on-site activities that appeal to every form of traveler. Choose from RV sites with modern concrete pads, fully-furnished resort cottages, yurts for a true "Glamping" experience, or raised and bordered tent sites. Add exceptional on-site amenities, a convenient concierge at your service, a beautiful lake right outside your door, Wi-Fi and cable, and you have everything you need for your next getaway.

Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Catherine's Landing is located in Arkansas
34.4459 N
-93.0012 W
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6 Reviews of Catherine's Landing
Great for that little extra adventure!

We first stayed at Catherine's Landing during COVID-19 after other parks cancelled our reservations. Some of the amenities were shut down for safety which was more than ok with us.

The next few times where after different opening phases. So we were able to go to the pool for instance and enjoy that space after we had loaded up the boat. 

The sites are level and clear. Power, sewer and water make longer stays easy and packing up to go easy as well. They are a little close together but we did not mind as much. There is not much shade in alot of the sites. Trees are there but very young and it will be a few more years before they provide much value in that sense.

Location of sites vary, we enjoyed the sites closer to the river with the green belt behind us. But others worked just fine for us as well.

Store onsite has lot of little things you may need and location is close to a few restaurants for when you do not feel like cooking.

Bathrooms/showers were always clean with warm water.

We really enjoyed staying here and will stay here again in the future.

Great, clean, well-maintained!

We loved this place! Definitely more of a resort-style place, with great amenities. Close sites, but they are clean and very well kept. I’d recommend the sites on Humphrey’s Loop if you like shade & a water view. Pool, splash pad, playground, fishing pond, and more!

Very Nice, Lots of Amenities

Catherine’s Landing is a great RV park with lots of amenities and things happening. This park is an RVC Outdoor Destination property which is known for their “resort” amenities. The park is set on 400 acres with one mile bordering Lake Catherine and about eight or nine miles from downtown Hot Springs. 

All roads, sites and patios are paved and this is definitely a big rig-friendly park. Every site has water, 50/30 amp, sewer, cable, and wifi. Fire pits and picnic tables accompany all sites. There are a variety of sites ranging from waterfront back-in, pull-thrus, or interior back-in. Waterfront sites have a nice view of the lake from the back of the site and access for fishing. The park also has yurts and cottages (some of which are pet-friendly). Adjacent to the yurts is a nice, large covered picnic area with grills, a dish washing station. 

Lots and lots of amenities here. Hiking trails, swimming pool, fitness center, lounge, playground, dog park, zip-line, boat rental, boat launch, store, and disc golf. Some amenities (boat rentals and zip-line) are an extra charge. 

Hot Springs is a nice little town nestled in the Ouachita Mountains with interesting history and natural beauty. We found plenty to do from hiking the National Park to learning about the bathhouse history to discovering the gangster influence. We spent four nights and could have stayed longer with all that the town offers. Most people come here to bathe in the soothing warm mineral waters but there is also a horse racetrack, science museum, off road track, water/theme park, alligator farm, and a few museums. Hot Springs National Park has miles and miles of great hiking trails and a great place to spend an afternoon. The town of Hot Springs is very dog-friendly and we found many places that would allow them in and on the patio for lunch.


  • Very nice, clean, well-manicured
  • Lots of amenities
  •  Paved level sites with paved patios 
  • The dog park was a decent size for running and mingling with other dogs
  • The hiking trail(about 3 miles) was a big plus and got used a lot. 


  • Price. We booked late and didn’t have too many sites to choose from we had to pay for a waterfront site
Very Nice Campground

Located on Lake Catherine in Hot Springs, AR. This privately owned campground has it all: level paved camping pads, 30/50 amp electrical hookups, sewer, cable, picnic tables, fire rings and grilling stations. Several sites are located right on the waterfront of Lake Catherine. They have some of the nicest showers/bathrooms I’ve ever seen in a park! Lake access, water toy rentals, swimming pool, and a zip line! Easy access to downtown Hot Springs. Not many mature trees and campsites are close, but large size to accommodate any sized rigs. We enjoyed our stay there.

Better RV

We did have a great time with the camp grounds! The lake was beautiful and very natural. However if you like roughing it and being close to the water, you better have an RV of some sort or you'll miss the good spots. The tent areas were in a disk golf field. No really ideal for your dogs if you are in a tent. they really like RV owners better. But the all in all very nice, swimming pool, hot showers, and electric. Let's not forget the zipline that's also there but extra. Loads of natural trails! Have fun in ARKANSAS

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Clean Resort Campground

This was a great campground with many amenities. The facilities were clean and there were a lot of things to do right on the campground. There were no mature trees in the campground at this point, but there were many that were newly planted. The pool with splash park was well used by our kids. There is also a nice zip line course on the campground. They also offer pontoon boat rentals. Overall I would definitely recommend this campground to anyone and will probably visit again.