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Internet was great, spots are clean, level, and almost all concrete. It is tight as our neighbors were very close, but to be a short walk across the Clintom bridge to downtown was worth it. Such a unique experience, we loved spending our Thanksgiving there.
This park was incredible. We were originally supposed to be on site 41, I think, but we couldn't get level with the 3% grade. The staff was super helpful and we found another site, but without full hook ups, so we stayedess than our whole desired stay. Internet was spotty with Verizon and ATT, which baffled me, but it wasn't great. We loved the park, wanted to stay longer, but didn't make sense for us.
Realized late in the day we wouldn't make it past Little Rock. Called at 4:00 which is after hours and call was returned promptly. Nice lady said 2 sites left and we didn't have to pay in advance. Right off I40 but you don't hear traffic. Campground is in the woods in huge city park. Water and electric and dump station. Might need 2 hoses for water some sites share spigot. Be careful some big ditches off sides of roads - make wide turns. Will stay again.
Favorite hiking area. This campground makes for a great stop on a long hike or starting point for a round trip hike.
Very primitive, nicely shaded, but no cell service. Swimming/wading in water next to several sites and main trail connects to 50+ mile trail network.
Blanchard Springs has great camp sites, great hiking, multiple access to swim/wade into water, plus great caving opportunities! There is NO cell service in the park.
The back camping area has a great swimming hole, beach and shaded hiking. Some enjoy jumping off the rocks/cliff, but I would not recommend it. RV sites with water and electric and full bathrooms/showers.
The upper camping area has RV sites, bathrooms, tent sites and group sites. The Rangers and very helpful and informative. There is also parking for backcountry camping/hiking. The main trail connects to a network of trails over fifty miles long. There is also a pound with a dam and old mill structure.
There are guided cave Tours with paved walkways and elevators, plus more rugged off-trail caving tours as well. The visitor center is very informative and has a small gift shop.
We come here year round for swimming in the summer, hiking in the fall and spring, and caving in the winter.