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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…
Well, this was our longest stay at a campground. The staff as well as all of the campers that we met were nice, pleasant, and helpful. We were there for a little more than a week, and always found something to do. Location is in a beautiful setting. The campground was a little crowded, but…
This campground is right around the corner from Greers Ferry Dam. Our family enjoyed several days and made countless memories here. The water at the dam was crystal clear—so much so that you could see the fish swimming around you! Quiet campground for families. Moderately clean bathhouses.
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This park was stunning the drive though a little narrow at times was scenic from the drive to the RV site. Pull Through with own area not to close to other sites. Also a short walk to the lakeside beach and park.
Two things l loved:
- The site setup is a really nice paved driveway with perfect…
I must make a comment regarding two other reviews. A lake is generally deeper than a pond. You weigh the depth and surface to judge if a body of water is one or the other. In Arkansas you will find a pond on a ranch or a farm. Now in some areas of the United States there are lakes that cover masses…
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We came for Memorial weekend! It was clean, not noisy at night, great wifi, city park near by to walk you dog. We love it and are staying 6 weeks. Highly recommend.
Great facilities. First time at an Arkansas state park and impressed.
Village Creek has nearly 7,000 acres of forest hills, 33 miles of multi-use trails, playground for children, 2 lakes, Andy Dye designed 27 hole golf course, & visitor center & gift shop. The park has cabins as well as rv sites.
There are three main campgrounds: Loop A (no sewer hookups…
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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…
It was a pleasure camping in our RV at Village Creek. We were initially given a spot in loop A, but moved to loop B to be closer to the playground and lake. Loop A was about 2.5 miles away - park is huge! The bathrooms in A looked brand new and really nice. In B, they were more average, but I still…
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Very nice campground with 30something sites. Mostly 30 amp with a few 50 scattered about. Sites were not the fartherest apart, but each was very spacious. Large level gravel sites with water, but no sewer. Free, but spotty wifi throughout the campground. Shower house was new with 4 separate rooms.…
We drove up from Florida for a late March early April camping experience. We loved this campground and plan going back soon! We stayed for 6 nights (5 @ site E and our last night we stayed in the "Mink" cabin.) Staff was very friendly Site "E" was huge and right on the water! The "Mink" cabin…
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This huge park and campground area were easy to find. Check in was a breeze and we headed to back-in site 56 with FHUs. Backing in was easy in this premium campsite with stand up bbq, separate fire pit and patio. The sewer is at the back of most of these long pads so you need about 20’ of sewer…
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General: This large state park has three camping loops, including one equestrian loop, for a total of 96 sites. All sites are reservable up to a year in advance (we usually try to camp during the off or shoulder season, but it was still necessary to make reservations as the loop filled up by…
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