Standard (tent/RV)
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Water Unknown
About Erbie Campground

Erbie Campground is a first come, first serve campground in the upper district of the park. Erbie has 14 drive in camp sites, 2 walk in tent only sites, and 5 group sites. There are no electrical amenities, flush restrooms, or water available.

ADA Access: Erbie Campground does not have any ADA compliant campsites. The restroom facilities are ADA compliant.

National Park Service
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
No Trash
Erbie Campground is located in Arkansas
36.0713 N
-93.2149 W
Get Directions
The Erbie Campground is located north of Jasper, Arkansas. Take Highway 7 north of Jasper for approximately 3 miles. Turn left onto County Road 79 and the Erbie Campground will be approximately 6 miles down.
2 Reviews of Erbie Campground
Scenic, peaceful

Long scenic drive in on gravel road, used to be a pay campground is now disperse camping, sites may have picnic table and lantern hook, do have picnic table, firepits w grill, bathrooms were closed and not in use.  Small campground on river, beautiful, there were mostly tent capers there, some hiked in and out following trail on multi-day hike.  Pack it in Pack it out, no services at all.

First to Review
Two Locations For Two Different Kinds Of Campers

Exploring the Buffalo River off of Route 7 I found two campgrounds which I was very excited to have found for future visits. I explored each in detail and took a day to enjoy the trails around them.   Erbie Campground actually has two different points of interest the campground for RV and tent visitors and the Horse camp area (in a different location but named the same) for larger vehicles that need pull through access.  

The entire campsite area is first come first serve but they do have some really exciting features which make a trip here well worth leaving the house a little early to take advantage.  A boat launch is designed for smaller boats and can easily be accessed, group sites for those needing a bit more space and RV areas, though they do not have electricity of water they are designed for the larger units to fit without impeding into their recreational space.  

Though it had just rained this campground seemed very full, unlike the other one I had visited.  I noticed several larger tents and a few RVs taking advantage of the grounds which seemed to be holding firm despite a lot of water from the storms.  

The water access from this location is key as are the trails. I spent a while walking along and they seemed maintained better than many primitive trails.  All in all I was very impressed with the campground and even more so when I found out there is no fee for this campsite year round.  


  • Bring your own toilet paper the facility only has vault toilets so you won’t want to risk not being prepared.
  • Lanterns are a must, there is not really any outdoor light so it is very dark around camp at night.