- May - Sep
- Reservation accepted
- 60 Sites with electric
- 56 without electric
- Boat Ramp
- Drinking water
- Dump station
- Showers and flush toilets
- Day use picnic area
- Address: 1350 Shiloh Road, Greers Ferry, AR 72067
Directions: From Greers Ferry, go south 3 miles on SR 110 to park entrance
The camp host was very nice and doing a good job. Super large marina. Sites are nicely wooded which is great as long as you don't need the sun for a solar charge. Some of the pads are rather short and uneven. Some sites are angled quite a bit so leveling will become an issue so be prepared. The sites are well marked so even if you arrive late you will be able to find your site. Many of the sites are double sites and most still have a bit of distance with trees in the middle. The double sites are nice if you are traveling as a group. The swim beach had actual sand which made for a real "beach" but it is not actually smoothed down so you need to look at it with one eye closed. I have to give them an A for effort but it could be nicer. The issue is when the rains come or they have to let the water level rise or lower it will tend to mess up the sand.
Fishing on Greers Ferry Lake is excellent. Whether you are a local or a visitor fishing is a sport year round. Every game fish natural to Arkansas is stocked and maintained by Arkansas Game and Fish. Depending on the time of the year you are able to look forward to trophy size striped bass, walleye and trout. You could even hook your share of channel catfish, bigmouth and white bass and crappie. Bring your boat or rent a boat from the multitude of marina's around the lake. Use a guide or take a chance and fish on your own. Greers Ferry Lake is waiting for all to explore. I didn't mention all the different types of boating, skiing, scuba diving, or SUP. Outdoor adventures await.
Have Fun, Stay Safe
Leave it better than when you found it