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Ok forget the ever running trains not to far from back of campground or the 3 mile drive on a dirt and gravel road, this is a beautiful park. The river that runs through it has great fishing. (Just down from fish hatchery) Just wish they had sewer sites available. Staff was great and very friendly.…
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Beautiful secluded area. Small (only 3 or 4 sites). River access and super close to stream/cave/waterfall area. Water from the cave is so fresh and clear! Truly a beautiful area!
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The campground is nice and well maintained and sites are fairly well spaced with lots of grass, trees and open areas. The park staff were very friendly and helpful. We were in site 4 for 3 days. All of the sites looked quite level. There are quite a few depressions around the campground that filled…
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Staff is so friendly and place is so clean and nice. Free fire wood and trash pickup at your site !
Wonderful campground! Friendly park hosts. Great view. Very clean! Would definitely stay there again. Watch our video that has Craighead Forest Park https://youtu.be/Kw3BTjl8io8
This is a float camp along Eleven Points river. This one is accessible by 2 miles of gravel road. Several dedicated camp sites that each have fire ring, shepherds hook, picnic table. There is one pit toilet building. There is a beautiful blue spring coming out of the bottom of a pool formerly used…
Greer spring is right down the road and is wrll worth the hike!
We stayed here over Veteran's Day weekend and had a pretty good time. We camped in site 54 which the website listed as a 45ft pad, but it was pretty difficult getting our 32ft camper in there. Only complaints would be- it was a small campsite, not alot of room around the firepit, and the only…
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This was a pretty, uncrowded state park in Arkansas. Nice small pond with a good walking trail around it. The park was hard to get to, narrow/windy roads. I enjoyed my stay there and its great if its on your way from point A to point B.
10/10 would stay again. Pros- Easy to find. Definitely marked campsites. Trashcans. Water. Easy on and off US 67. No one bothered us. Even saw official people in the morning.
Cons- the overpass is right there so it’s not quiet. Someone’s dog barked ALL night. Not another camper- a local’s dog.
nice place beautiful and friendly people but too many trains lol but worth it for the memories
great time gotta go labor day weekend it is awesome
This is a pretty park with a man-made pond and surrounded by pretty natural setting. The roads into this area are narrow, winding and have no shoulder. Not the best for an old Class A, but worth the trip.
We were generally disappointed by the Rangers. The showers in two of the three site loops…
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Jacksonport has grown since we tent camped here years ago. Great new Visitors Center, still love the museum (it is closed right now because of COVID), the beach is pretty, but we miss the old Paddlewheel. Nice level sites and shaded.
Nice place but he's a little high on price for electric only hookups. Tent is $10 a night and $5 a head. Camper/rv is $15 a night + $15 a night for electric and $5 a head. But its right on spring River and has a brand new boat ramp.