We were here in early December, so the campground wasn't very busy. We liked our site, pretty spacious with views of the water. The ranger said this loop is the quieter, less busy side of Cooper Lake. Easy, short hiking trails. Playground & a swimming beach. I imagine this would be a fun, possibly crowded place in season, but probably not loud at night as sites are spaced out well. We will return someday.
We stayed 4 nights in the B loop FHU area. The sites there are large, and spaced out pretty well. Bathrooms were clean, park staff was great. The golf course here is really nice, hiking trails good as well.
If you stay in the B loop, you're about a two mile hike to the hiking trails fyi. The A loop is much closer to that.
Town of Wynne not too far away for groceries, supplies. We really liked this place and will return someday ( in warmer weather).
We liked this place. Campsites are large and decent amount of shade. Close to Martin Dies SP. Only negative is a lack of hiking trails, otherwise its a great, quiet spot.
We were in the Red Arroyo loop in the south section. Sites are huge and spaced out well. Not much privacy, but that's because it's basically prairie land.
While we were there, it was really windy, maybe that's the norm. I enjoyed our stay as there are many hiking trails and wildlife viewing. Not very far from the park is the city, in case you forgot something or need ice, or a cheat meal.
While the campground is nothing special, it's in a great spot for visiting the west side of BBNP and BB Ranch SP.
Sites are pretty close together, but level. Water pressure goes low from time to time. No problems with electricity.
If we ever get back here, I'd consider staying here again.
The campsites are huge, many with water views, and spaced out well. Very quiet and starry at night. Decent hiking trails and fishing/boating/swimming at the lakes. Only 29 sites but a real nice spot to get away.
Town of Minden has all your grocery needs, drug stores, hardware & chain restaurants.
Great golf course about 35 minutes away in Arcadia.
This place has been totally rebuilt by the TVA after flooding in 2019. I don't know what it was like before, but wow it's really nice. All the sites are level, plenty of room for a tent and RV on all 92 sites. Close to some great golf & BBQ, fishing,& Shiloh Battlefield.
The perimeter sites are roomier, offer more privacy than the interior ones. Bathrooms and shower houses spotless.
Spent 2 nights here, it's really well taken care of. All the sites are level, many with lake views. Only two short hiking trails. Boating & fishing here is very popular with the locals. El Dorado about 23 miles away for groceries/supplies/liquids. Camp store on site has basics, like ice and firewood.