14 RV Parks near Conway, Arkansas
May 2017 - $20.00
This park was a few miles off the main highway but accessible. We pulled in around 1 am and found it easily. A 14 requires some leveling but was not bad. We were staying in the Conway area for a conference and just drove our motorhome back and forth everyday since it is only 24 feet. The park attendant was friendly and the park was clean. We were close to the water and fished but didn't catch anything as it was cold and rainy. Overall a nice park on the Arkansas River with good parking. - SWilk
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Folks were friendly and spaces were long enough for my truck and 43 foot fifth wheel. Tv antennae reception was good. Not much road noise in section A next to Arkansas River. Good 50 amp service and ATT phone service strong. Only negative was low water pressure. - Don Self
Jul 2016 - $8.00
This was a motorcycle camping trip. The park is nice but a little noisy in a tent. Barge traffic on the river and lock and dam horns blared all night. - Charlie_72704
Apr 2015 - $12.00
This is a campground next to a lake that used to be the site for Bluegrass shows. There are no more formal shows but the owner and manager says people still come to "pick". There was no "picking" while I was here. The campground is easy access off highway 107. It is run down but pleasant nonetheless. Peaceful and quiet but for the sounds of nature. On the periphery, there are some permanent residents with run down units but the central area by the lake has the visitors with newer units and tidy spots. My spot was frightfully unlevel and the other sites did not look much better. But for $12 a night-fifteen if you do not belong to Escapees, this annoyance can be overlooked. That is what levelers are for. It has no WiFi but I got a bar or two with Verizon and was able to get online well enough. If I come back through Arkansas I will stay here again; only longer than the two days I stayed this visit. - nanzhere
May 2017 - $38.00
We pulled off the interstate shortly after lunch due to a series of heavy thunderstorms moving through the region. There was a wreck at the exit to this RV park and we decided to call it a day and stay safe. We are both glad we made this decision, even though it put us behind schedule. When we arrived at the office, we found that only 1 site was available, having just been vacated a short time before our arrival. This park holds a number of permanent residents. The park has few amenities, and due to the recent rains our site was in a shallow pool of water. The owners evidently don't take care of this facility and it looks like it's been cobbled together over the years. On the positive side, the man in the office was helpful and friendly. It was a good refuge from the storm, but quite pricey. - Piperjim
Mar 2017 - $40.00
This would have been ok place to spend night except rate was about twice what it should have been. This should have been a $20 a night park. However manager who checked us in was very nice. Even gave us her cell number just in case we needed anything after closing. Would not stay here again because of price. - Mississippi gal
Jan 2014 - $36.00
We stayed here for 2 years (for work reasons) because they were the only site in North Little Rock that allowed our type of dog. The site is run down, the owners don't care what you do, and despite being a 'gated community' the gate is often open and the park is easily accessible to anyone on foot. The owners are whimsical and will enforce some rules, not others according to how they feel on the day. The electric charges if you want to stay longer than a week are exorbitant.
Home built so electric, sewer and water available, but sometimes difficult to access. This was the best site as it was the last and had views of field and woodland. Site backed onto septic tank access. This frequently stank and overflowed in heavy rain.
Easy on off to the I-40. No amenities for children. Basic park. Big rigs beware. Although there is a turn round, you cannot make it without unhooking tow and then will still have difficulty. Park is run by an old couple not interested in improvement or maintenance. Very run down which is a shame as it could be a great park. - TheraBrit
Mar 2017 - $20.00
Great state park with very nice staff. Spacious sites with many having a nice view of the lake. Some sites are not level and the first we were in we couldn't get the coach level without the front wheels off the ground. Contacted the ranger and we moved to another site. Very helpful. Hookups work fine. Verizon signal is poor and only 3G. Lots of campfires and smoke on the weekends. - RoadtripImages dot com
Sep 2015 - $32.00
This is a spectacular place to go rest for a few days. Here are a few notes from our 2 night stay in September:
Excellent and speedy service - there was a problem with our water hydrant. I reported it to the office, and the ranger beat me back to the campsite to fix it.
Nature programs - We attended several naturalist programs. They were informative and added to the value of our stay.
Utilities - all worked well and hookups are well placed.
Sites - all are asphalt, but bring your boards! Wow, they could have spent an extra $75 a site on a bulldozer to level them. All but 3 or 4 sites would require boards. Most slope both front to back and side to side.
Trails - could use some upkeep. They are very narrow and don't appear to have been maintained as well as other Arkansas State Parks.
Internet - You can make a phone call, but don't expect to use much internet. AT&T signal was non-existent. Verizon was minimal. I finally took our Verizon router outside and set it on the power pedestal. I then had enough to do some minimal work, but we couldn't stream anything.
Overall, we were quite pleased with this park. We'll be back to relax, and we won't expect to get any work done next time we stay. - dad2aprincess
Jun 2015 - $32.00
Pretty park, small but well tended. Price is on the upper edge for a state park; however, sites are full hookup in the RV campground which does add some value. They offer a 25% discount for out of state seniors (but not on Fri/Sat). They have a tent only section as well. Water pressure was low, but useable and electric was steady. Sites are spacious enough with nice railings on the sites near the lake, fire pit, BBQ grills and nice picnic tables. Patios are pea gravel but the pad is asphalt. Most sites will need a little leveling. Only one bathhouse, restroom side was clean, didn't use showers. They rent canoes, john-boats, paddle boats, and kayaks for use in the lake. It is a trolling motor only lake so very pleasant to drift around in. Nice covered fishing pier. There is a boat launch for larger boats. There is an active staff here with activities planned. A swim beach and snack bar are open from 11AM-7PM. Prices are reasonable at the snack bar and food is good. Nice little store in the office. Ranger staff was very pleasant and visible in the park. Quiet hours are enforced and even when full, the park is quiet. The park sells firewood at a reasonable price. There is an old homestead on the property to visit which tells the story of the Woolley Family who settled in the area and there is a trail to walk. We would stay here again while in the area. - Fixn2gocamp
May 2017 - $26.00
What a beautiful park! I can't add much to the last review. The geese were entertaining and the campsites were great. - DD Jones
May 2017 - $11.00
We reserved online (highly recommended, as the park was fairly full mid-week) and chose a pull-through with 50A. When we arrived the check-in process was quick and we headed for our site following the people who were supposed to be next to us. When we got down there, they had decided the turns were too tight for them, so instead of just following the loop around and exiting, they unhooked their toad and took an HOUR to get themselves out of our way. We managed to get our rig into our spot, and it wasn't a cake walk due to the placement of large rocks at the entry corners, but we managed. The rest of the roads in the park seemed spacious, it's just that little section of B pull-thrus that can be tight. Dump station access was easy as we were leaving. The park is gorgeous, right on the river. Lots of trees and shade, several playground areas with old, large swingsets - the kind adults can use! The roads in the park are paved, so it's nice to ride bikes around. We would definitely stay here again. Pinnacle Valley Road was having construction work done, we managed fine in our large rig. Hopefully it will be wider when they're finished. - Denise and Glenn
May 2017 - $13.00
Maumelle Corps of Engineers Park, just outside of LIttle Rock, offers gorgeous views of the Arkansas River. The river is about 3/4 a mile wide and flows steady and strong. Add a forest of tall mature trees and you have one beautiful park. This park has four rv loops; some with 30 amp and water and other sites with 50 amp and water. I noticed some full-hook up sites that are marked for use of those with medical passes; I assume to help those who are in town for medical treatment in Little Rock, which is a very nice service for the park to offer. The interior roads are asphalt and easy to maneuver for any size rig. Sites are either concrete or asphalt and each has a concrete patio with a gravel frame, a picnic table and fire ring. Utilities were conveniently located on the sites and in good working order. There are three dump stations on the property and well as several covered large-group pavilions. Our site needed only a little assistance from us to be level. There are several sites which are "Y" shaped for those who have friends/family in separate rigs to share a spot. All sites were spacious, offering ample privacy. Restroom/Showers were clean, thanks to the diligence of the Park Hosts. We were able to connect to satellite and had great coverage on both Verizon and AT&T. We only had one night there, but wish we could have spent more time in this lovely park. - the Fishers
Oct 2016 - $30.00
We spent one night here in our fifth wheel. Don't stop here if you plan to sleep during your stay. The interstate is so close, you are essentially right beside it! The sites were extremely unlevel. We looked at several because we didn't plan to unhook. We had to unhook because there were no sites level enough to stay hooked up. The park was dirty & poorly maintained. It was well lit, so we could take our Yorkie out at night. However the Interstate was less than a football field length away. All night long we could hear cars, trucks using their jake brakes - it was very noisy. We have been fulltime RVers for 10 years & this is in the bottom 10 of the RV Parks we've stayed in. We would never stay here again - a Walmart Parking lot would be preferable. - Gypsy3
Jul 2016 - $30.00
This was just an overnight stay and was very convenient to the interstate, but the noise from the interstate was very loud. It is very obvious that most of the campers here are long term. It resembles a mobile home park more than a RV park. Our site was VERY unlevel. We had to jack the front end of the travel trailer so much that it made me quite nervous. Another complaint was the location of the electric: wrong side of the RV. We had to run the cord under the camper. Convenience was nice but does not outweigh our complaints and I would not stay here again. In fact, a Class A pulled in next to us, didn't even get out and left immediately. - tlcmom
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Needed to use the laundry. Pull in and see a washer & dryer sitting out in front of the restrooms. Apparently they were broken. You had to walk through the restroom to get to the laundry which then had access to both the men's and women's. There were dead bugs in the bathroom. Also, lots of ant hills. It was located right next to the interstate, so there was a lot of noise. You have to drive around a gas station to find the road that leads to the park. - HB Taxlady
Apr 2017 - $40.00
This older small KOA is adequate to use as a stopping off point or as a temporary residence while touring the many sights to see in this area. Set in a wooded hillside makes for a pleasant environment. Staff is friendly and helpful. Park roads are paved. Some sites are gravel, some are cement. Wifi is weak/slow. We enjoyed our stay here. - Roger H.
Mar 2017 - $59.00
Very nice park, we parked on a patio site. The patio is equipped with a charcoal grill, deck table and chairs. It was a nice warm day so we were able to enjoy the included amenities. The wifi is excellent. The pool isn't opened yet, which is understandable. To be honest, there is a bit of road noise from I 40. The park is easy to maneuver your rig. Big motorhomes pulled in and experienced "0" problems. - otterlakeram
Nov 2016 - $55.00
This park is located in North Little Rock, AR not Napoleonville, Louisiana.
If you have a larger RV it can be a challenge to maneuver to your site. They have a retaining wall that you need to get around to get to many of the sites. We saw a nice motorhome scrape alone it's side for several feet, someone told us that it was third one this week. If you careful you can make it.
Like many KOA's it overpriced.
On the position side they have a friendly staff. - Traveler II
May 2016 - $15.00
We stayed here on a 1 night stopover on westbound trip. Excellent pull through sites, plenty long enough for our 38 ft RV plus small trailer. Level concrete pad. Nice, spacious sites. Back in sites are lovely in the edge of the trees. Looks like tons of stuff to do if you are looking for an extended stay. Convenience store with gas pumps just outside the campground. I would definitely recommend this campground and hope that we get the opportunity to return for a longer stay. - Donna and Steve
Apr 2016 - $15.00
We stayed here one night while traveling east and enjoyed our stay. There is a lot of construction on 67/167 so it can get backed up. Getting to the camp was confusing with the construction on base on Vandenberg Rd with no detour signs. If the construction is still ongoing and the left turn to Arnold Rd from Vandenberg is closed, take the next left at Thomas Ave, left on Cannon Dr, then right on Arnold.
We were greeted right away by the camp host and told which spots were available, to pick one then come back with the site information and payment. Despite what is listed, all sites are full hookup. There are eight pull thru sites and the rest back in. We had a pull thru concrete site which was plenty wide but the length of the concrete pad was a little short. The rear tires of our 35 ft 5th wheel were at the edge as were the front tires of our truck, which might make for an issue with larger rigs. There was a large lip between the pad and the road on the front and back, so take it slow. All the utilities worked well, no wifi or cable, but Verizon coverage was good as was over the air TV reception. There is a nice picnic area near the entrance of the park and walking trails nearby. We did not hear a lot of jet noise, which was very nice.
The value is great (how can you beat $15 for a full hookup pull thru), the location is quiet, it can be a great park, we just didn't spend enough time there to get a long term feel for it. If passing through again we would definitely return. - pfogleboch
Sep 2015 - $15.00
This is not a fancy or modern park, but it is a nice little park in a quiet, secluded area of base, adjacent to a nice big common picnic area, a few ponds, and a nature trail. I did not see issues with long term residents as did earlier reviewers. I visited in mid September and had my pick of sites. Some are on pads, out in the open, and others are on dirt, backed into a grove of trees. I chose one of the dirt sites, and loved it - it was a huge, level site with almost complete privacy because of the trees. A few of the dirt sites were not level. The customer service from Outdoor Rec was superb, but the live-in "hosts" were MIA for the entire week I stayed. They had a big sign on their door saying "CLOSED," and directing people to a self-serve station or Outdoor Rec. There is no wifi, but about a mile and a half away is the Walters Community Center, with open wifi and a big lounge. There is a great shopette within walking distance to the camp, with a large frozen food section. The cell service is good. The camp is very quite and peaceful for being near a good sized city and on base, except twice a day, when an abnormally loud reveille and taps are played. I enjoyed my stay and would return. - KAP99
May 2014 - $11.00
For $11.00 a night you can't really complain. All hook ups were fine. It was close to Little Rock. Sites 1-16 seem to be in the older area. This is where we were at. The sites were a mess and very old, run down, unoccupied RVs were in spots. No WiFi and no laundry. If you can try to get in sites 17-34, they are very large pull-thrus and seem better maintained. No base maps and the check-in procedure is awful. Find your site first, then go back to main billeting with your site number to check in. - buckingthenorm
Sep 2013 - $13.00
The Camp Robinson famcamp has an old and new section. We stayed in the new. We found no shower/rest room, laundry or Wi-Fi in either campground so you MUST be self contained. If traveling with pets bring pick up bags and good luck finding a dumpster in the campground. The new section has 50 Amp FHU sites but as we have a rooftop satellite dish we had a few motorhome adjustments on the too short cement slab to find an opening in the overhead trees to get a signal. We also needed a very long sewer hose. Our GPS using the website coordinates took us directly to the main gate. The billeting office coordinates are 34.82231 and 92.28464. The base itself has a very small BX with a pizza shop. Really nothing more. The campground overlooks a lake from the hill and has no lighting for nighttime dog walking (bring a flashlight). It appears to have homesteaders in many sites. The price to stay is pretty spectacular if you can put up with the above deficiencies. Their 9 hole golf course is a bargain at $8.00. - 5thwheeler
Feb 2013 - $13.00
This campground is on Camp Joseph T. Robinson, an Army Post of the Arkansas National Guard. The "old" side is 30 amp, the pads are short because the park was constructed when most folk pulled smaller trailers. The "new" side is full pull throughs, for big 5th wheels and motor coaches. - tony e
Jun 2016 - $12.00
We stayed at Harris Brake Lake for 10 weeks while my hubby was working in the area. When we pulled in we knew we had found the right place, as everyone was so friendly and willing to help us set up. The monthly rate was $350.00, including electricity, very reasonable! The laundry room was clean and $2.00 a load is reasonable. The dryers dried your clothes in one load! Harris Brake is dog friendly and our 2 labs had a blast. Just be aware that this is a fishing lake that has lots of hooks and tackle in it. We did not let our dogs swim in it after one got hooked. There is a swimming hole close by if you have swimming dogs. The management went above and beyond to accommodate us. The maintenance staff was on top of it and if I had any issues they were addressed immediately. Every Friday night they have a BBQ or potluck on the deck overlooking the lake for the guests. A nice complimentary extra and a chance to meet your neighbors. Tuesday night is Bingo night, another great activity. The grounds have a huge open area with large shade trees if you want to partake in outdoor games and activities. The fishing is awesome and those Southern folk sure know how to fry up catfish and hush puppies! (The best I've ever had!) We made many friends here and it was bittersweet to leave. The staff and guests are some of the best we have had the pleasure to meet in our working travels. The cardinals are beautiful, the fireflies magical, and the huge snapping turtles magnificent. If you are looking for down home Southern hospitality this is the place for you. If you enjoy fishing and like to catch a lot, then you must stay here. - Bitterroot Bud
Oct 2015 - $35.00
Not for us! After misunderstanding the directions on their web site and wandering endlessly for over an hour on Route 300 on a very narrow mountain type road we finally found our way there. I am sure if you like to fish, this is probably and alright place to stay but that is about all that is around. It is a very big lake and was pretty. This place just seemed to be a little hard to find, not counting the misunderstanding to start it off. When we finally see a sign on the road to turn and go 1 mile to resort, there really isn't any other signs. You nearly drive by before you see the place. Then there isn't any sign telling you where to stop, so we proceed to the office, just to be told in a somewhat condescending manner we shouldn't have come down there! PUT UP A SIGN so people know! The site we were given was alright but the only way to access it was driving in the way they did not want you to drive in. By our guess at least 95% of the campground was permanent campers and some were not very neat. I was a bit hesitant to hook up the water due to the fact I had to reach into an enclosed area stuffed with insulation to reach the valve. I could not tell if there was any vermin in there or not. If this campground truly wants to accommodate vacationing campers, it needs some upkeep and a few less permanent campers. If you just want to go to fish, enjoy. - tooters74
Oct 2014 - $26.00
This was supposed to be a 4 night stay, we only stayed 2. The campground greeter met us as night was coming on quickly. He was helpful. This park appears to be a lot of year round campers. Our rate and space was not what was quoted. The campground clerk did not care and stated that is what the manager put down, no wiggle room. The lake was beautiful, OK for a night or 2 in a big rig, but not a future park for a rig our size (43 foot). We felt a little out of place. - tres gatos