11 RV Parks near Des Arc, Arkansas
We did however find 11 campgrounds within 25 miles of Des Arc. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Des Arc in the left hand column.
Dec 2017 - $35.00
This is a new park that has 22 paved sites split between back in and pull through. It has good full hookups well placed. Each site has a new picnic table on grass between the sites. It is right off of I-40 and easy to get in and out with little road noise. Overall a very clean, convenient park that was great for our overnight stay. The only downside was for what we needed the cost was on the high side. But not much. If the opportunity arises we would stay here again. - Elf86
Apr 2017 - $35.00
This park opened in 2016. When we stayed here everything was new, so new the grass was still in blocks and had not taken root yet. Excellent location for over night stay. Management informed us future plans included Shower/Toilet facilities, a building for meetings and the addition of trees. - M Masters
Apr 2013 - $26.00
If this was the last campground on earth, pass it by. Electric boxes are a mess, wiring exposed. Roads are poor. This park is getting no maintenance, they are just collecting the money. - Tom Ahlgrim
Apr 2012 - $23.00
T Ricks is right off of I-40. All they have is water and electric hook ups. They are putting in showers and a Subway. So they are trying to improve. I would stay there again for a overnight stop. The concrete slabs are sloped, but they are OK for one night. - Nedrs
Sep 2011 - $30.00
I truly wish there was a rating lower than one. After a long day of hard driving with strong winds, rough roads, heavy truck traffic and construction, we tried to find a campground before we got to Little Rock and rush hour traffic. We settled on T Rick's which is basically a service station with RV sites behind it. Sites were covered with dry grass that must have been a foot high when it was mowed. At 2:00 am a semi truck pulled through the site next to ours to turn around (it sounded like he was coming through the bedroom!) then parked on the road exiting the park. When I opened the blinds in the morning every road in and out of the park had an eighteen wheeler parked on it. Going back to sleep after the eighteen wheeler passed through was almost impossible because of the road noise. With any luck we won't have to drive through Arkansas again, but if we do and need a place to park we will go to the Walmart in Carlisle. We have never stopped at Walmart but it would have to be much better. - ccc24
Jan 2014 - $22.00
In very poor condition. I tried two pedestals and my power management system rejected both because the ground and neutral were reversed. Got my money back and went to Forrest City. - camprats
Dec 2012 - $22.00
There may be some confusion in which park this represents. It is on the north side of I-40 behind a Motel 6. There is a excellent Mexican restaurant in the office complex. My overall rating represents the poor maintenance in this park. It does have concrete slabs in all sites and concrete roads. The far right row of sites have full hookup with 30amp power. We have stayed at this park more often than any other in our 12 years on the road. Main reason is location from home (easy long day of travel), plus the Mexican restaurant. Good for overnight, but would not want to stay much longer at a time. We will definitely stay here in the future for the reasons noted. Point of interest: don't try the RV park on the south side of I-44. It also is behind a motel. We stayed there once and were concerned we wouldn't be able to get out, due to the poor roads. - WAM
Oct 2012 - $20.00
We only stayed here because an accident on I-40 had created a traffic jam. The park is located behind a Motel 6 north side of I-40 at exit 218. The only positive thing was that we had a level and spacious pull through site on a concrete pad. Negatives are that it is not secure and is located in a seedy area, and the facilities are in a state of disrepair. I was shocked to find no less than six dead crickets in the bathroom sink and toilets and showers that had not been cleaned for quite some time. - Altoflyfisher
Aug 2015 - $18.00
Hookups were satisfactory...no problems.
Person in charge was very helpful and efficient. The long time residents weren't friendly. The trash cans did need emptying.
Lots of character, shade trees, convenient to shopping and fast food. It's on main street (also highway 49)..
The night manager was a friendly and charming fellow .
We will visit again.
Byy. - 1pobabe
Jun 2013 - $22.00
We arrived at the park and we were taken back by the condition. It honestly looked like the place had been abandoned. Several electrical boxes with wires hanging out. Grass was knee deep and I wouldn't ask my worst enemy to enter the shower/bath house. NASTY!!! Do yourself a favor and go elsewhere. - rynho29
Jan 2012 - $19.00
Stay away from site #4 unless you want to get a tingle from an ungrounded power box! We had left a nice Super Walmart in Dothan, AL, that morning, but realized our trailer generator was not working up to par, and we were low on propane. We decided to find a park close to I-40 and out from Little Rock (the highway from Birmingham to Memphis had taken its toll on us). The best thing I can say about it is that most of the electrical hook-ups worked. We were able to turn on the electric element in the hot water heater and use our electric space heater and then get the heck out of here early the next morning. In our situation it was worth the price for a ONE night stay. Although they say all lots are pull-throughs, you had better walk it first. The tree limbs are not trimmed back enough to safely pull through with a rig that is nearly 13' high, and it is difficult to find a pad site that will accommodate a 53' rig (left connected for a fast exit). From the look of it only sites 5, 6 and maybe 7 were able to be backed into, if the cars of the motel "guests" weren't in the way. I'd pick pad 5 (easier to back into and less likely to get blocked in). Oh yes, the night manager really doesn't seem to care about much of anything. - Okie Drifter
Sep 2017 - $25.00
This little park is mostly seasonal or permanent but everyone keeps an immaculate site. Owner lives in home on site and was very friendly. When we called ahead there was only one site open so be sure to call. (870-589-0850) Park is about 4 miles off 40 and roads going through town are narrow but manageable. Going Eastbound on 40, take exit 216 not 202 as our GPS suggested. Turn right on 49 then after 3 miles turn left on 49. As soon as you are on top of bridge slow to turn left at 2nd drive. If coming in at night be careful of culvert when turning into park. Pull in to the right to go around pole barn. No amenities but satellite and Verizon worked fine. Grass for pets. - blumarlin
Apr 2016 - $25.00
Nice, clean park for overnight. Large sites, new electric. Pleasant owner, no wifi or tv. I would stay there again. - johnmack
Jan 2016 - $25.00
We found what the previous reviewers reported. Nice place to stop over, but no amenities. Owner was pleasant and helpful, the lot was bare, (no trees) but clean, and utilities looked new. A few miles off I-40, but not bad. Watch for the entrance on the left right after Hwy 49 turns left. We came in after dark and it was tough to spot. For what you pay, it was great. - Menno
Feb 2017 - $25.00
Nice park to spend the night. The owner is very nice and helpful. Occasional trains but no problem. Slept good. Sites are back to back. Slide was very close to camper next door. - Chuck McC
Nov 2016 - $17.00
We stayed for a couple of days in a pull-thru mostly level site. Sites are side by side hookups, so you are close to your neighbor with space between the pairs on the other side. Laundry facilities with 4 washers/4 dryers at a very reasonable price. Owner came right over when we arrived and called, and was very nice. Quiet park and we slept well. We would stay here again. - User2260
Aug 2016 - $16.00
This park is remote enough to be very quiet. The owner is very pleasant and loves to visit. There is a large number of permanent residents or workers here, but the park meets the needs of a camper passing through. - W Davidson
Oct 2017 - $25.00
This was my second stay at this park under the new management. The owner is a nice young man trying to attract business. I don't believe he has a website but is very responsive to a phone call or text. He keeps the park clean and it is very quiet despite the fact that it's just of the interstate. There are some long term residents but they are working people who are very quiet. Wifi was recently added to the park and it had laundry facilities. Each site has full hookups so there is no bathhouse. If you are passing through the area or attending a function at Harding Univ, I highly recommend this Campground. - TNknitter
Mar 2017 - $20.00
This park is recently under new ownership. The young man is eager to accommodate short term stays. Most of this campground is occupied by long term workers but, after having spent several days, I can say that it was quite during the day and they are all newer rigs. This campground is located immediately off the exit so you can hear interstate noise but leaving our fan on helped that. While there are full hookups, this place is nothing fancy. The sites are gravel but it took very little to level our trailer. It doesn't have a bath house but does have a laundry. It is a great overnight stop or if you need to be in Searcy, just one exit away. Much more convenient than the other campgrounds an hour away. - TNknitter
Nov 2015 - $15.00
Pretty spot beside the White river . We stayed one night. Back-in sites . Nearby trains overnight, didn't keep us awake. 50 amp power and water.
Drop toilets. Call in to City Hall to pay (cash/cheque) before going to park.
Crushed rock and paved sites. Area has fire ants.
It was fine for an overnight stay. $15 included tax. - Kings USA Travels
Apr 2015 - $15.00
This is a bare bones park. Long dirt road to the park. All back in spaces. Good for one night. Would be a mess if it rained. - arkietraveler
Oct 2014 - $15.00
This is a municipal park with no facilities but full hook ups. All sites are paved. Need to check in at City Hall. There is a sign on the approach road (2nd St) indicating a low height of 11'10". This is misleading as there are no height restrictions. We checked at City Hall and the Tourist office about this and they had no idea why it was there. I believe it may have been put there while some major bridge construction was being done on the new US79 bridge across the White River but is no longer valid. We are 13'6" and had no problems. There is a rail crossing which is quite steep on both sides but we didn't bottom out with a long 5th wheel so unlikely to pose any difficulties. People at City Hall and Tourist Center are very helpful. The campground is popular on weekend during hunting season so pays to call. - KiwiRVer
Jun 2010 - $25.00
Mostly construction workers and long term residents. Train whistles all night long kept us awake. - lburas
Aug 2006 - $15.00
Nice Owners. Clean & Neat little park. Good for a stay over or long term but not ness. for a fun filled family time. In other words, not a vacation spot. Has an older trailer park next door and though some of the travel trailers in the park look ancient, everything is clean, neat, well maintained, and safe. Only 10 minutes from Searcy and minutes away from a great place to eat called "Who Dats". - kap7893
Apr 2017 - $20.00
My take: Fourteen sites. Nothing fancy; barely a campground. $20/night, $100/week, $375/month. No electric meters. Safety: no concerns - peaceful. Access: Take exit 48 off US-67 north of Searcy, AR. Go west to next intersection and turn right (north) on AR-385. Go 1.7 miles. When you see the street sign for "Mattie Lane", start slowing and signal a left turn. Big sign easily seen from the road. Short, narrow, unlighted, dirt/gravel road in "ok" condition which becomes a private driveway. Office: There is no office. Call (501) 593-9007 for a spot. Facilities: No facilities. Campground: Very close sites are all back-in; no tent area, yurts, or cabins. No overhead obstacles. Some sites are 30A, others at 50A but not both. Sites are gravel/dirt, almost level, no landscaping, with utilities at rear of your rig. Sewer pipe is about 3" above ground level. Water bib (sites 117 and 119) is in an enclosure below ground level which becomes a mini-pond when raining. No room for patios or picnic tables. Good satellite views. Ground fires not permitted. Adequate water pressure and taste. No propane sales. No cable TV. OTA TV found 24 channels. No Wi-Fi. Verizon coverage at "3-bars"; 4G at "1 bar". Distant railroad. Insignificant road noise, no aircraft. No recycle bins. Bug Report: Tiny black ants came up the water hose and electric cable. Runners: Roads not suited for running. Yoga: Ground surface not suitable for mats. Conclusion: If a spot is available, this is okay as a short stop-over. Most CGs in the area are filled with pipeline workers (April, 2017). - StephenK