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3 RV Parks near Bluff City, Arkansas
Mar 2018 - $24.00
Immaculate park & facilities, friendly, helpful staff, excellent hiking trails, site 14 was near a bright street light. Lots of amenities (boat rental, bike rental, horse shoes, volleyball, nice store and info center) - starcraft35
Oct 2017 - $20.00
Amazing Park. All of the Arkansas Parks show their upkeep and money invested and this one is even nicer. The park sites were impeccable manicured. We stayed in Site #3, thinking it was close to the lake. It was not. But the upside, it was close to the private shower room building, close to the Store. Sites 1, 2, 3, 4 have their Pros and Cons. The Pros: WiFi from the Store. Close to Shower (not shared, private shower room. #3 is the better of the 4, Even numbers on the inside loop, Odd on the outside. The Cons: Close to front, so everyone drives by you. The park has tall pine trees, a fishing pier, and the terrain is nice, not flat at all, rolling and gentle hills. Most sites are flat (1-2" leveling), but a few would be hard to park on and place wheel chocks. All spots have paved parking for a secondary vehicle, some next to site, some across from. The area next to the paved pad is crushed rock, it drains well, all sites have a fire ring, grill, water, electric. Dump is available in the camp. The website correctly lists the power available. Some pull through, some back-in. Fishing is good, we had some luck. The store has drinks, shirts, hats, bait(s), and other gear. Rents paddle boats, fishing paddle boat, john boats with or without motors. Bikes as well. Park has a playground, volleyball court (grass) half-court b-ball, and other balls for the kiddos. The hiking trail is nice, we did the Beech Ridge Trail, 1.5m and it was a very nice walk. We didn't catch the Bald Eagle, but another camper swore they saw one dive and get a fish...I told them that they are rumored to roost here in the winter, so it is totally possible. - TexanTraveler
Mar 2017 - $10.00
Great park. No full hookups and only two 50 amps in campground but we were fine. Great fishing. Left kayaks at shore, they were within sight of camper, 50 Ft away. Clean and super maintained camp. - Damon-Becky
Jul 2018 - $20.00
This was an overnight stop for us. Nothing fancy but a great place to rest for the evening. Right off I-30 by 1/2 mile, and while close to the interstate, there was limited road noise. Sites are level with full hookups. The owner is very friendly and helpful. A few RVs they are definitely permanent but a quiet park. - rbhaaland
Nov 2016 - $20.00
Stopped here on our travels from New England back to Texas. There is nothing special about this place except the price and convenience from Interstate 30. $20 for 50AMP, water, and sewer. No frills here; however the interior roads were all paved and nice, the site was paved and level. Easy in/out to Interstate 30. Office worker was very friendly and helpful. Would stay here again if passing thru. - dave398rls
Jan 2016 - $20.00
I only stayed there one night.
They say there is wifi and it is non existent.
Had to use a 30 amp connection as the 50 amp was broken.
Good for an overnight stop if you could not go any further and need power. The small park seems really sketchy and has a handful of run down campers.
I would not stay there again. - rynosback
Mar 2018 - $15.00
This is a county park that has the fairgrounds arena and coliseum here. There is also baseball fields and basketball courts. Lots of people milling about and the park is not secured at night, I didn't like that. The price is fantastic, $15.00 for a site with water and electricity. The park consists of an open field with water/electric pedestals scattered around. The power in the pedestals has one each of a 30 and 50 amp plug in. So two units that need 50 amp can't park next to each other. To shower or use the restrooms you have to walk to the office about 100 yards away. They give you a key to the door if you want to use the facilities after they go home at five. Not a lot for me to do at the park, but peaceful here and plenty to do/see in the area. - Mark Ford
Mar 2017 - $15.00
This "RV Park" consists of water & electric hookups scattered around the Hope City Park; also location of the Fair, rodeo arena & ball field. We camped on a weekend; the Park Office was closed, and payment was on the honor system. We didn't see a Host. Rough interior road, fairly level sites on grass, some shade trees. Plenty of room to walk my dogs around the Park. For only $15, it sure beats a Wal-Mart parking lot for an overnight stay. - FranM
Oct 2016 - $15.00
We stayed here overnight to break up our drive home. It's basically fields with rv hookups everywhere. There's a row of long term campers that have sewer but the other sites do not. It's in the city park so it has all the amenities a city park would have. They have a night drop box and they open at 8 in the morning to take payment. The sites were fairy level. Besides the long term campers there were only two other rvs besides us so we picked a spot and just pulled forward until we were level side to side. None of the sites are marked at all besides where the hookups are. But $15 beats $50 for a quick overnight stop just a little ways off the highway and it was really quiet. - LaurenP