2 Parks near Bluff City, Arkansas
Nov 2015 - $22.00
I have camped at White Oak Lake State Park on and off since 1990. Many improvements have been done since then. This place is hard to beat as far as a place to totally relax. Cell phone service is spotty so you will not be bothered by phone call. Beautiful lake at edge of campground with boat rentals and also public boat launch. Love staying here any time I can. Site surface was asphalt, had some shade, and included a fire ring and picnic table. - Alapawpaw
Nov 2015 - $26.00
This is quite a ways off the beaten path but very nice park. They have a small store with minimum supplies. Employees are very nice to deal with. Park was clean and well maintained. Biggest problem was no public phone, no Wifi, and AT&T service did not exist for miles around. We had a level back in site right on a cove off the lake. - 1texan
Jun 2014 - $26.00
Very nice state park. Staff very friendly and helpful, and the park was very well maintained and clean. Verizon cell service works here but not AT&T. We had no service but that was OK for the weekend. Will stay here again - Stujan
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
Jul 2013 - $20.00
While concrete pads were level, there is no cleanliness maintenance or infrastructure maintenance that we could determine. Empty sites are very trashy. On-site inn had questionable looking clientele. You get what you pay for. Close by interstate and there is a railroad track close by so highway and train noise. Did enjoy seeing President Clinton's childhood home. Definitely will not stay here again. - corkerinna
Apr 2012 - $20.00
Park is OK for overnight stay, but would not be suitable for expended stays unless you only want a base camp. Most of the "campers" appear to be workers, with several FEMA trailers being used. Pads are concrete and fairly level, so easy to set up. Interstate is close by, as is a railroad, so background noise is high. - willym1