Our new park in the Ozark mountains is conveniently located on highway 23 between Eureka Springs and Huntsville. 7 miles north of highway 412 and 8 miles south of highway 12.
There’s plenty of fun things to do in the area and our park is right in the middle of it!
The Madison county wildlife management area is 3 miles away offering 14,000 acres to hike, hunt explore caves or ride trails.
Wildlife is abundant and the Eagles usually arrive in mid to late November and stay through February.
Eureka Springs nearly always has something going on and the shops in Old Town are a favorite of everyone.
Bring your motorcycle and enjoy Bikes Blues and Barbecue in September or any of several other bike rallies close by.
It’s an easy 45 minute drive to Feyetteville, Rogers or Springdale so when shopping is done and the ballgame is over you can come back out to the peacefulness of an Ozark mountain night. Sit back and watch the stars, enjoy a campfire and beverage of choice while the stress flows away.
Large green areas and a pavilion are perfect for larger groups to get together. Firewood and charcoal provided at nominal cost for the fire pits and grills at every site.
Nice little campground with good size sites. Right in Hwy 23 (The Pig Trail) south of Eureka Springs. Very close to Tugboats Place RV park and store.