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This is probably our favorite campground so far. The sites are spacious and clean. The water spigots are insulated for colder weather camping. There are several hiking trails with varying levels of difficulty. There are several beautiful falls along Lee Creek.
We didn’t make it to the pool but…
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Devil’s Den is an oasis of trails and amenities. We hiked their awesome namesake trail in about an hour—Interesting paved stairs and pathways lead you to lovely little spots and views including a trio of hidden waterfalls. Bathrooms and sites are roomy at campsite A. BUT STAY ALERT: We had many…
The campground is very peaceful, only two other campers On a Thursday in the middle of June. There used to be places to get water but they are turned offIt really looks like there is very little maintenance. There are pit toilets But that is it. It is a very peaceful place but lacking in amenities
Driving from Mena to Talihina along this stretch of highway is a treat when it comes to the spectacular views. But stopping at places like this campground even further explain just how much of an amazing place this part of Oklahoma really is! This area was once logged to the point that it was…
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This was a very clean, well kept campground.
Nice park with clean bathrooms. Lots of hiking trails.
There are some good reviews here so I will just add a few extra notes. First and foremost if you are travelling on I 49 and your camper is longer than 25' it is highly recommended that you take exit 53 (170) exit. There are fewer tight turns for maneuvering big rigs. Second we camped in…
This is just a day park
It's a good place to camp they got cabins concessions and rentals
We didn't stay long, but enjoyed views. Took a hike on the trails and had dinner outside, watching the sunset. Beautifil.
Great park with beautiful trails, caves, a plethora of wildlife, and lots of CCC history. This park offers everything from primitive, hike-in camping to cabins and everything in between (including a full hook-up area). Park also has a pool. Remember, if pulling a camper, take exit 53, do NOT go…
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We only had three days and it rained all day for the first day but I still really enjoyed this park. The trails are great and our campsite had a path right down to the river. The water hookup was a bit tricky, it leaks all over the place until you turn it all the way. We were not used to this setup…
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General: Located in the Boston Mountains of northwest Arkansas, you can enjoy time off the grid (we had limited cell service when we were at the summit of the Yellow Rock Trail but none in the campground). Limited rainfall resulted in less dramatic (or non-existent) waterfalls that are…
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If you plopped me into this camp I wouldn’t have guessed I was in Oklahoma.
Just a bit off the beautiful Talimena Drive, it is well shaded, close to spectacular overlooks and lots of hiking options around.
Ouachita Trail access and other options available.
23 sites to pick from and there are a…
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One of the prettiest places I’ve ever been. Waterfalls abound, and the blue water Lee Creek is to die for. AT&T non existent.
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