This a very nice small park on Dequeen Lake. All of the sites have at least a water view of the lake. Some of the sites are a little small with your slide outs, but they all have a lower deck with a table, fire ring and a barbecue grill. The upper level site have a lot of shade which is nice, but tough if you want a satellite signal. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wonderful COE park with a beautiful view of the lake. We stayed in the off season and, with America the Beautiful pass, our rate was only $5! Our site was alongside the lake, a drive-through site with a terraced deck which had a picnic table, BBQ grill and a firepit built in. It was quiet and very peaceful. Great view of sunset and sunrise. Would camp here again. Only drawback is the road down to the lakeside sites is a bit narrow for a big rig, but still doable. Great satellite and Verizon reception. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is on the north side of De Queen lake. COE outdid themselves on this park. Good level paving to park RV. All sites except waterfront in shade most of the day. The unique thing is the terracing. Picnic table & BBQ grill were 3' lower, then the fire ring was on a lower terrace. Fishing pier also. There are 2 other parks on the south side of the lake. If they are anywhere near as good as Bellah Mine, they shouldn't be missed. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice park on a small lake. The sites in back of the park are where you want to be. All of the sites on the right side as you drive in are very shaded and level. These are all back in. The sites on the left side are pull through, some with a water view. The front of the park have all grassy sites: some which didn't look all that level which is why I gave this park a "7" rating. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.