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64 Reviews of 8 Riverside, Arkansas Campgrounds
Sit back and relax right next to Lake Craighead located only approx. 10 short minutes from the buisness heart of Jonesboro, Ar.
Stayed for one night on the way through. Sites are pretty level. Water and electric fine. Bathroom clean but dated.
This park is all concrete with level sites. Huge dog park and close to any type of store you might need. Clean facilities and very nice staff.
My friend and I camped for the weekend and it was great. Nice grounds. Showers, bathrooms were clean.
We stayed here Easter weekend. It was full but the sites are far enough apart that you have plenty of privacy and quiet. There’s great hiking near the campground. The playground is centrally located. If you have smaller kids, you may want to supervise as the equipment is more for the older…
This was such a nice relaxing place to stay. We met a park interpreter who was very nice and informative. We stayed in a small tent camping area beside one of the lakes. The hiking trail was beautiful and we saw several woodpeckers!
Took our brand new RV here for its shakedown trip the very day I picked up as it is so close to home. Was pleasantly surprised by the overall atmosphere of the campground. The entire place is completely shaded, as it seems they too the effort to not cut down many trees when putting the sites in. …
Drove through but wouldn’t stay here! Very uneven sites. Looked sketchy. Not a great neighborhood.
Overall good stay at EZ Daze. Bathroom and laundry facilities are amazing. Playground is scary. Very friendly and hospitable staff. Small spots close together. All in all would stay again but very pricey for what you get.
There's a smell due to the industrial zone right outside the park but, for a quick one night stay it ain't bad. We got a small spot, right next to the facilities which themselves, were okay. Planes go by regularly but didn't seem to be unbearably loud. The smell though...
This Arkansas state park is top notch. It offers a very quiet, immaculate campground with only 17 sites for RV hook ups. There are additional camping areas for tents, although one is closed for repairs. The Bear Creek lake surrounds the RV camping area on all three sides. There is fishing, small…
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This park has tons of trees. Every site feels like it was cut right out of the trees. They are all RV sites with electric and water but I pitched a tent with no problem. I wasn’t able to stay and explore but if you’re looking for somewhere quite this is the place.
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The campground is located in an old hardwood forest. The park goes to the Mississippi River but no camping there. There are also some nice fishing lakes on the ridge and interesting swamp hiking below. Facilities are outdated and could use some improvements. I haven't been in a couple of years…
We arrived late at night so didn’t get to see much in the evening—an odd feeling location as you drive through an industrial area but kind of cool trails in/around the camp.
We didn’t use much of the amenities so can’t comment too much on those.
Would stay here again.
Staff is so friendly and place is so clean and nice. Free fire wood and trash pickup at your site !