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We met friends there. We boated, jet ski'd, visited, ate, made new friends and had the best week. Concrete pads, 30 and 50 Amp available but no sewer hookups. Had to use the turd wagon but it was an easy pull. Already making plans to go back.
Cedar Oaks is a very easy campground (CG) to find and get into. We did not have a designated site number but had requested back-in site 90 on the lake or a pull through from 64 to 73. We got our first choice and after an easy check-in we were escorted to site 90 and were assisted backing in. This…
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We checked out this campground but did not stay. This is a small circle campground with sites that are very close together. I did find out later that the people that stay here are mainly fishermen because of the “quality” (untested) fishing spot.
We did some recon of this site as a potential stop, only find that the site was closed.
Very nice and clean campground. Reserve early though this one fills up fast. We camped here in the middle of the week and they where already at 75%. Lake side spots are not advisable if you have little ones, the bluffs are very close to the fire pits and have about a 30ft drop.
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My wife and I decided to take a small primitive camping trip with our puppy to see how she'd do in a tent. We had a wonderful experience-- a great view, hot showers, and very friendly campers. We were at first nervous that our campsite would be noisy as it it near the boat dock, but it wasn't very…
We stopped here on our way to Kentucky from Colorado. It was easy to find with well paved roads into the camp. Water and power hook ups all worked well. The mornings we're very peaceful here and a walk around the lake was a great way to wake up. The dump station was easy to access, clean and well…
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Decent sized campground, full hookups, WiFi is a little spotty, nice view of the lake, plenty of green space for kids or dogs to play, 2 easy trails to walk. Convenient location to town, but surprising quiet for being so close.
Really enjoyable clean state park with easy to moderate hiking. The falls are beautiful but small.
My two children (3 and 6) had their first camping experience at Coler Campground this spring. Highlights of the camping trip; Heated bathrooms, showers with HOT water, Airship coffee nestled off the greenway, trollys to haul your gear to the tent platform and campfire wood abundant and at the…
General: Located near the Oklahoma/Arkansas border, this is a surprisingly quiet campground given its proximity to the highway. Once you reserve a site, you receive an e-mail instructing you to register your vehicle for a parking pass, which must be done prior to arrival. (There is a $10 charge…
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Beautiful facilities, quite camping in the heart of Coler Mountain Bike Park. Minutes away from downtown Bentonville, feels like it is miles away from the rest of the world.
My wife and I love cycling on the trails in and around Bentonville. Blowing Springs RV park in Bell Vista is at the North end of the 44 mile paved trail that passes by Crystal Bridges, down town Bentonville and beyond. The RV park is also the trailhead to several miles of mountain bike dirt…
We spent the day visiting this pretty park and hiking down to the falls. Nice reprieve from a hot day! The park host was very pleasant and professional and informative, and the office was clean and organized. Will make time to go back in the future!
We go here every year with family, The little trails from the campsites to the lake are amazing! There are little sand bars along the way to get into the water. There are trees at every campsite. Most campsites are nestled into the trees from the road making a beautiful Escape! The showers are very…