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This is a beautiful campground and almost all sites are either paved or have a concrete pad. The hosts were very kind and accommodating. The sites are shady, the facilities are well-maintained.
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This is a clean, cute campground. All sites have water and electric hookups. It was quiet, safe, everyone was nice. Close to a large grocery store (maybe 10 minutes). Would definitely recommend and would stay again.
Great place to camp they do not have sewer at sites but do have dump station in each section of park. Mostly shaded too and it’s hot right now so it’s perfect.
Very pretty and well shaded. Boat launches are easy access. No store So come prepared. This is a very popular spot for RV camping. Roughly 100+ sites in 3 loops.
Very nice Park, it’s a C.O.E park, we have stayed here many times. Lots of pine trees in section E. 30/50 hookup with water. Dump stations in each section of park. You are allowed to run grey water off on ground. Medical spots have sewer but will need Dr. note. Section B is River location. Park…
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.
The campground Does not have dispersed camping. Rates are $22 - 26 and if you have the correct park pass it will cost $10 per night.
I hate to sing the praises of this COE campground but I believe the word is out. If you are checking out the COE website this can be a bit confusing. The COE Book…
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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This camp site had lots of room with easy access. Met the nicest people!
Pool wasn’t open. Everything is old broken down .
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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Very well maintained park. Our spot was right beside the river. As we only stayed one night, we used our own showers. Seemed to be a good bit of traffic all through the night. Would have liked to have stayed another night and done some fishing.
Stayed in May, the geese made loud noises all night. It was loud if you are in a tent. Campers from the other end of the park put on a concert of loud music and singing into the early hours. No one on site to enforce any rules. Do not get the spot across from the bathrooms. People drive up to the…
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What’s not to love about this park. Check in was super easy. Bathrooms where always clean. Each loop has its own dump station.
This park is right on the Arkansas River so kayaking was super easy here.
All sites had plenty of outdoor space.
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