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52 Reviews of 12 Lindulake Addition, Arkansas Campgrounds
Very rural setting
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- 17 Site with electric
- 16 Non electric sites
- Reservations accepted
- Fire Rings
- Dump Station
- Drinking Water
- Boat Ramp
- Picnic Tables
- Water Sites
- Paved Sites
- 475 Cherokee Park Road, Greers Ferry, Arkansas
- Directions: From Drasco take Highway…
Just outside Conway, AR. Easy access to sites, very clean park. Plenty green areas to throw frisbee or just play with pets.
Very nice KOA. Super friendly staff,lots of trees, little store with ice cream. Nice game room with a pool table. Laundry room and a little workout room behind the store. Small fenced in playground and a huge pool.
Great location! It's basically a parking lot with full hookups but it's right on the river with a cool pedestrian bridge. We'd stay here again.
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This is a very nice campground in an unexpectedly great spot. The lights at night are beautiful. We hope to visit again soon!
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Great campground clean safe ride right onto 20 mile paved bike path right on the water if you like president clinton you can walk to his libary
19th Airlift Wing is the host for the base and supports the largest C-130 fleet in the world. The wing supplies humanitarian airlift relief to victims of disaster in both supplies and troops. They also provide C-130 training to over 40 allied nations.
The C-130's are the work horse of the Air…
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Camp Robinson is a training center and is home to the Arkansas National Guard Force along with other military teams. It is 32,000 acres and is in the heart of Little Rock Arkansas. It consist of 26 small arms ranges and premier training centers.
Camp Robinson was named after Joe T. Robinson…
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Pool wasn’t open. Everything is old broken down .
The folks that run this place were incredibly welcoming and awesome. We stayed here in the middle of April so it was still a little too cold to swim. The bathrooms/showers were clean and decent. We had a nice primitive spot we were able to drive up to. They also have spots that you can park at and…
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This is a very nice campground. We got in late and only stayed one night, but there is a lot to do at the park, and the campground was well maintained. We had a pull through site, the only one they have. It was paved and leveled snd easy to access and also easy to leave. It is a 50-amp site, so you…
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This is a city campground that is part of Burns Park. The park complex has soccer, baseball& softball fields as well as tennis courts. There is also an equestrian and archery area. Boating, fishing, hiking, and biking are also a part of this park. The bathhouse looked like it had been recently…
Some sites have sewer hookup, all have water and electric. This campground is in an area of town that really isn’t the nicest. When I got to my campsite there was trash in the fire pit and in the grill. The sites are pretty close together. The campground manager was nice and helpful. There are…
We stopped in for a quick overnight stay and the location was convenient- which is what we love about KOA- but it wouldn’t be my top choice for a longer stay. The sites are definitely tight and amenities are very basic. We have a class A and flat tow so we needed a pull thru so we wouldn’t have to…