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If you are in Mountain View to take it vantage of all of the music going on in the small town, Court and Square RV park is where you want to be. It’s quiet, Centrally located with an easy walking distance at the courthouse Square, and the staff cannot be beat for friendliness! Be sure to ask when…
We stayed 3 nights over a weekend in early September. We had a pull through site in loop N that was perfect for our 41’ fifth wheel...plenty big, clean, and level. It was a little sunny, but other than that no complaints. The other loops were more wooded, but wouldn’t be good for big rigs. We…
This place has easy access in and off of I40 and Hwy 63. It is full hook-up and nothing else. You call for a reservation and the lady comes by for payment.
The sewer hook-up is a little far if you are towing a ca behind and RV.
No frills to pay for.
This is a great park. There are sites near the water. The closest to the water was D7. You have a view of Sugar Loaf mountain in the background. It’s a medium sited lot but plenty of room for a tent and a canopy. The sites aren’t right on top of each other so you should have a decent amount of…
While in college, and subsequent thereto, I frequently visited Sugar Loaf Mountain for day hikes. The locations and names of “parks” are confusing on Dyrt so I would note that the camping area is called Sugar Loaf Park. I think this is a beautiful area of the state and the mountain is located…
Dam Site is a nice campground on Greers Ferry Lake. The location is perfect for enjoying the lake, the Little Red River and all the other outdoor adventures that Heber Springs has to offer. We like winter camping, but it appears that they close off most sections of the park during the colder…
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I don’t enjoy camping here during summer way overcrowded but is wonderful this time of year!!! Enjoyed our weekend!!
Good place go camping, water is nice when you go night swimming more than the day since the water is awful during the day since it's a little warmer than I like.
Sugarloaf has become my family’s go to camping area. Campsites are usually easy to book in advance, and we never had any problems with reservations. Swimming are and powered bathrooms are great. Park rangers patrol the park throughout the day and night, giving all campers piece of mind. As most…
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A nice busy but not wild family camping area. Has a swim area and marina, kids can feed the fish, able to rent boats or kayaks/canoes also. Family friendly and relaxing.
Has gone downhill in the last couple of years. Pretty, quiet, easily accessed and used to be very well kept. Current staff isn't attentive (facilities were filthy) and camp hosts were unapologetic. Still very pretty and quiet with easy access to the river.
We’ve stayed at Dam Site Park campground twice even though we’re from out of state. This is such a beautiful campground with great fishing and floating nearby. The campground sits on the tail waters of Beaver Lake and is gorgeous!! The sites are large, semi private and it’s always been quiet…
Camping and hiking
went here on a fishing trip, and i pulled out so many rainbow trouts from this lake! The camp sites are close to the water, and the boat docks are easy to access. this definitely made for a memorable fishing trip, and i guarantee that I will be back!