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Holiday Island
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Holiday Island
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2013-05-07 22:00:04
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Holiday Island, Arkansas
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April 2013
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Wireless Internet
Cable TV
Pull-Thru Sites
Big Rig Access
Waterfront Access
Shade Trees
Pool Access
Pets Allowed
Tents Allowed
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[ 8 / 10 ]
April 2013
Holiday Island Campground is a small park in the retirement community of the same name that sits north of Eureka Springs and east of Beaver. The park is best accessed from the Missouri side off 'FR2300' better known as 'Stateline Road', as the bridge from Beaver on AR-187 has a 11'6" and 10 ton limit. Even with taking the long way from the west, you still wonder if it is worth driving a 35ft Class A and Towed around the winding hills of southern Missouri between Roaring River State Park in MO and the H.I. campground. Personally, I'd say a small class A or fifth wheel were pushing the envelope, but the host was in a 35ft long 5th Wheel and a 38ft Class A pulled in the day after we did. Sites here had manageable slopes, (even with blocks under our front jacks, we still had trouble leveling and our front tires were 4" off the ground) but we could have picked a different spot and not had that issue. So, bring plenty of blocks to drive on for leveling. We had no OTA TV reception, and the cable TV never worked at our space, but we were there to see family and never really needed it beyond when we were getting ready before heading out for the day. Power was fine (works off the same grid as the adjacent houses) but water pressure was low (despite being at the bottom of the hill). Our Sprint and T-Mobile cells roamed with only two bars, while our AT&T cell had between 2 and 3 bars. At the top of the hill on Holiday Island Drive all had full bars and my AT&T aircard had 4g LTE. There is no Clear (WiMAX) service in the area. A short walk from the campground will put you at the White River, which flows from Beaver Lake to Missouri's Table Rock Lake. If you have a boat you tow behind you rig BRING IT! Table Rock has almost 3,000 miles of shoreline, numerous marinas that provide full services and will take you all the way to Branson. The community has a nice marina, plus a 9 and 18 hole golf course, community center with pool and several local stores and restaurants that will save you the drive to Eureka Springs. Reservations are made through the camp host between April and October, and the main office during the 'off season'. Property owners at H.I. are given lower rates, so they may want to make the reservation for you. As with any trip to the midwest, bring a emergency alert weather radio as storms in the region can be swift and vicious. Obey all posted speed limits as they change often, but the main concern is deer that pop out along the road and local deputies reportedly look for out-of-state plates. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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