This is an awesome campground. It doesn't have all the perks of a private campground, such as a pool. It is a COE campground in the Ozarks sitting at the base of the Norfork dam and lake. The river was 30 ft away from our site. The campground is well kept. All sites are flat and level. The roads are paved. It is beautifully laid out with each site having lots of privacy space (no ghetto). Modern hook-ups. The entire campground is post card perfect. For fishermen there is the river and boat ramp. Huge areas to walk Fido. No problem getting satellite reception. I would pay them to be a campground host here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We really enjoyed this campground. It is very scenic and pretty. If you enjoy trout fishing this is the place to go. It is close to Mountain Home, AR. The campground is at the base of the dam on the North Fork of the White River. The only reason I did not give it a 10 rating was because the bathrooms were not kept very clean and sometimes even had an odor. But, we will definitely go back. This is a Corp of Engineer campground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Beautiful park overlooking Bull Shoals Lake. Not all sites are lake front, but all have a lake view. The only complaint we've ever had was when the park was closed due to flooding behind the Bull Shoals dam! Park is also quite close (35 miles) to Branson, MO, but away from the hub-bub. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Not what they advertise on website. It should be called "Promise Land Fish Camp" minus direct access to the lake. It is definitely NOT a Resort: not even close! Pool needs to be replaced. All the docks are private. We had to walk a little more than a half a mile to find some rocks to fish from. Operator told us their dock was further away than the 1/2mile walk, we would be better off going the other way. When it says fire pits for every cabin, that does not mean the same for RV's. You get a community pit. They have only 4 RV sites. One looks like a guy lives there so really only 3. Only 4 sites should have been a big clue. Sites are hard to get to and it looks like they put them together real quick just so they could say RV park. The operator told us about a guy who stayed there the night before we did and he forgot to put blocks behind his wheels. He rolled off the gravel hill (backwards) and luckily that the tree behind him kept him from rolling down the hill into the cabins! This place was very hard to get to: not worth the drive. One of the biggest disappointments was NO SHOWERS (!!!) or bathrooms. They don't list that they do. That was my fault for not paying attention. Operators were very nice too bad their park isn't. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
It's a long way to park off the main road, but good directions are given. The 4 sites are all back in and not easy to get into. They are on a hill in the trees, on a dead end road. The power was good. the water was low pressure and off a pump. There was a nice pool, a game room and a small store. Town is about 35 miles away so bring all your food supplies. People were very helpful and friendly. We might stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
While primarily a cabin-type resort, there are 3 very nice RV sites available. Owners are very friendly and helpful. Nice swimming pool, great views of Bull Shoals Lake, boat access, nice simple store. Wonderful rural setting with lots of trees. We camped here in a Motorhome.
About the water: you can ask for a site with water as many have it, or at least share it with a nearby site. A nice place and a lot people use it, particularly locals. We would come back. The lake is fantastic and just about all, if not all sites overlook the lake and are within a 50 yard walk or less. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Visited park in 40' motorhome & found park to be very big rig friendly. All roads are
blacktop and most trees are trimmed for 12' tall rigs. The park is located on Lake Norfolk. It has sites in the trees with lake view as well as sites in the open on the lake shore. The sites are a combination of concrete, blacktop & some have gravel. All sites have concrete to park on & concrete pad with table. Most sites have a light hook, bbq table & fire ring. The sites in the open had nice lawn areas. Most sites were plenty wide enough for any number of slides & the open sites allow good satellite access. Park had children's playground, boat launch & swim area. This was a very nice park that we plan to return for another visit! This is a Corp of Engineers park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is 12 miles off Highway 412, but the access roads are in good condition. The park is neat, with all grass nicely mowed. We were in the section where RV sites back up to the White River. The site was fairly level gravel/grass, and it was plenty long. There are a few mature shade trees in this section. All services worked perfectly, and even though the resort does not advertise Wi-Fi, we had a signal during our stay. There is no TV service. Be advised there is a train track across the road from the park, but only one train a day came through while we were here. We found this to be a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the quiet. It's fun to sit out in the evening and see the fireflies at dusk. We would definitely choose this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park right on the White River. Gravel sites with full hook ups. Easy to back into and hook up. Small store on site. Boat and canoe rentals are available. We really enjoyed our stay. Camp staff is friendly and we met some really nice neighbors. Look forward to returning. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is great. The scenery is wonderful, the owners are very friendly and the
activities are fun. It is a quiet campground with a family atmosphere. It is right on the river with a huge bluff directly across the river. The only draw back is that the nearest place to eat out is 15 miles away. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.