Campground was clean and everything worked well . We had a site right on the river/stream . When we opened the door we were looking at a beautiful cascade of water over the rocks. We don't fish but there were quite a few trout caught 20 ft from our trailer . The only drawback was the river sites are kind of tight for my taste. Our usual spot are NFS campgrounds with plenty of room. So if you don't mind being a little close the place was great. We had room for our canopy to be out and the picnic table wasn't under it so we we fine. My grandkids tubed down the stream and could get out right at our door. You are only a few miles from the southern entrance to Smoky MTs national park so it is very convenient .
Nice well spaced sites with level concrete pads. Lots of trees for shade in most sites. Beautiful views from the sites on the bluff. It has been quiet every time we were there . Playground ,boat ramp , nice clean showers and rest room. the staff has always been helpful. Most sites are water and electric but there may be some with full hookups . If not , there is a dump station . Very family friendly . No swimming area , but at my age that is not a big deal.
Large campsites . Lots of hiking trails. Swimming area. Swimming pool(closed when I was there in the fall) . CCC built like a lot of Arkansas campgrounds .
All sites are 1st come ,no reservations . About 16-20 sites with water and electricity. Water spigots around park for dry campers to fill their tanks. Campsites are pretty well spaced for the most part. May get busy around holidays since the Albert Pike recreation area doesn't allow camping now.No motors allowed on the lake(I think trolling motors are OK). Usually quiet during the week. Bathhouses are fairly clean except for bugs(LOL , you are in the woods). Hiking trails in the area if you are in to that. Great place for kids to explore the creek and learn to love camping.