23 RV Parks near Fairfield Bay, Arkansas
Oct 2017 - $10.00
With the exception of no sewer at the site (there is a dump up near the gate house), this park is near perfect! It's paved, wide, long pull through in Loop N that is large enough for my 42' 5th wheel plus my crew cab, long bed truck and still more room. Large sites, with good space between you and the next camper. In Oct. it's relatively quiet campground, a couple hundred yards from a very large, beautiful lake. A couple of marinas on the lake (boat rentals, etc.) of which one is at this site. The grass is kept mowed and restrooms are close to Loop N and clean. There's also a couple of swimming beaches here at the Dam Site park. Good satellite reception as well as good Verizon reception. Using my Senion National Park pass I got it at half off so it is only $150 for two weeks. The sites are fairly level and paved. With a few blocks and my six point leveling system, we are level. - JCZ
Aug 2016 - $22.00
I've stayed here at least 10 times the past few years, and it's hard to beat the value. You are secluded, at the same time you're close to the lake and town. The sites are level and cleaned. There is also a central dump station outside the gate.
You are able to access their own ramp, dock, and swim area. If you don't have a Corps pass to use your boat, this will save you some money. Security is good, as the gate closes at 10pm, and you will need the code to enter. The sheriff's office comes through frequently. The park is spread out, and different prices depending on the service you need for the night. - mghurle
Jul 2016 - $22.00
We found that grass was tall and tree was overgrown into the spot. The check-in office personnel were very nice and helpful.
The reason the "no" to clean bathrooms is that the bathrooms and shower shared the same floor resulting in the floors had a tendency to stay wet. TP holders were plates so the TP rolls could not roll which was also impacted by the damp climate. The dump station is out of park which made have a tote a must. The actual park was really kind of nice including access to the swimming area right outside the gate. The spaces were kind of tight, and many spaces were really at an angle from the front to the back of the campers.
Cell phone reception with AT&T is good. - I/we will try to post this service condition because it is important for us. - DuranDDuran1
Apr 2017 - $11.00
Beautiful campground on the Little Red River. We walked a short distance to the river and caught trout. The sites were level and spacious. Only negative was no AT%T service. We had to drive to entrance to the park to get service. - HaveDieselWillTravel
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Nice park for families and fishermen. Close to lake and the Little Red River is great for fly fishing. Hatchery at park entrance and open to the public. Close to Heber Springs; quick 10 minutes to Walmart. D loop has less traffic and all sites are reservable. - Circe
Jul 2014 - $19.00
Very nice park. LARGE shady sites within walking distance of excellent trout fishing (Little Red River). Some sites are reservable, some have water hookups -- all have their own trash cans, fire pits, lantern poles and picnic table. Very clean bathhouse (which was cleaned twice each day we were here)
We will DEFINITELY do this one again! - ArkyDoodle
Apr 2017 - $13.00
We stayed here for one month while visiting family in Heber Springs. The park consists of two areas: an older part that is wooded, consisting mainly of full time or summer residents with RVs that don't move, and a newer area that is an unshaded gravel lot. The older part is pretty well maintained and everyone was friendly to those of us staying for a shorter term. There are also some metal buildings around that are used for storage and some light industrial activity. We had a pull through site in the gravel area that was level and very long. We had plenty of room for our 31' Class C and our Jeep. There was good room between sites as well. The water pressure was good, the electric box was modern, and sewer had a good location. A cable box was included in the rent and the cable worked very well. We had a great view to the Southern sky and had a strong satellite signal. The roads through the Park are gravel. They are wide and easy to navigate. The entrance is well-marked. The owners/staff were always friendly and helpful (we had to make changes to our reservation twice and they were very understanding). We had a few freezing nights and park staff placed a can with insulation over the water point. Bathrooms were kept clean, as was the laundry room. Although the gravel area is not very scenic and could be hot in the summer without shade, the park is located close to town, the Lake, and is a very short distance to 2-3 fishing access points on the Little Red River. You also do have a nice view of Sugar Loaf Mountain from the gravel area. Overall, the park is quiet and well maintained. We felt welcome and would not hesitate to stay here again, especially given the reasonable monthly rates. - Buckeyefan4
Nov 2016 - $40.00
Little bit different, the sites (mostly pull throughs) are behind several buildings that appear to be storage or repair companies. No trees among the sites, but they are wide & long. None of them are paved but very good rock for the driveways & sites. Since we came in after the office closed & was busy with family the entire time we were there...I never stepped foot into the office. But really didn't have a need. The overall area is quite, but we were there during the off season. While not right on the lake, you can be to it in less than 20 minutes with heavy traffic. - zhilton
Nov 2015 - $13.00
We stayed at this park for a month while in town on business for several events. We also used the park's facilities to hold an RV inspector training class. The owners were most gracious in allowing us to use a room in the office building to hold the 5-day class. They made sure our week of class went off without a hitch!
The newer area where RV's are parked is in the back of this 31-acre facility. This park was previously a KOA and it is now under new ownership. There are more than RV camping activities run out of this facility. There are a lot of older RV's parked and built onto in the old part of the park.
The newer part of the park is an all gravel area than can easily accommodate motorhomes with a towed. The electrical service was good, the water pressure was adequate, the sewer service was acceptable and the cable TV offered over 100 channels. Getting in and out was easy. The owners have worked hard to help identify the park from Wilburn road.
The staff are very accommodating and will do their best to meet your needs. We had several challenges during our stay and all was worked out to our satisfaction. - Howard Jaros
Mar 2008 - $25.00
Very nice place for fishing! The world record brown trout was caught near here. It can be a little tricky getting into some of the spots. The spots are close together back ins. Be careful pulling down to the trout docks with a big rig. you will end up backing out, no room to turn around. We will be back! - Martyman
Mar 2006 - $26.00
Some might not give this a 10 because you need to make your own fun (fishing). If you get a spot here it will be on a bank overlooking the Little Red River, a good trout stream. You can access this for wading right from your site or rent a boat and motor from the resort. Many cable channels available and you can get a wi-fi signal from the fly shop adjacent to the resort. They know and they don't mind. Be sure to be on your own side of the river if they start to generate power at the dam. You'll know by the incresed flow. Bring your own beer, it's a dry county! - raven
Jul 2016 - $25.00
The park hosts were outstanding! All the sites were grassy gravel and pretty level. There was plenty of room between sites. On Tuesdays, they have a great "jam session." Evenings there are more jam sessions by the court house and all around. This town has a lot going for it in the way of folk music. I only wish it were easier you get to. A person has to definitely want to come here. - 1dinky
Apr 2016 - $24.00
This Rv park is located about 2 blocks from the courthouse square. Easy walking distance. The owners were very friendly and extremely accommodating. We were directed to our site, allowed to get set up and then the owner came to us for sign-in and payment. Most sites are more grass than gravel. A refundable deposit was necessary for the cable which was great. The wifi signal was very strong, the best we had had our entire trip. We will return to thus rv park. - lee72
Sep 2015 - $21.00
It is a large park with very few people staying here. Evidently the prior owner wasn't very good and people that normally stayed here stopped coming. Mike the man that runs the park for the new owner, is great and so are the long term people. Very helpful. We stayed two days longer than originally anticipated. We stayed five days and will come again. - Brandl
Aug 2014 - $19.00
Arrived and were checked in by a most gracious host who showed us where our site would be. The sites are gravel/grass, mostly level. In the area where we were, it was hard to tell sites apart. There were three or four sewer connections within 10-20 feet of where we stayed. Cable, WiFi worked well. You have to know the area to make the best use of this and other parks and be there for Friday and Saturday night music sessions. We would return. - db1112
Jun 2012 - $19.00
Campground was OK. A little tight to get around with a 40' and tow. Sites are gravel/grass. Not a lot to do here. OK for a night if passing through but not a real long term place. Will probably look for a different park next time, maybe one with a pool. - sandimal
Sep 2010 - $18.00
We has planned to stay in another park but friends convinced us to stay here. Unfortunately, we think that was a mistake. The sites are waaay too narrow. We could almost touch our neighbors by reaching out our side window and this is the tightest space we have ever seen in our 6 years of full time RVing. I would NEVER stay here again because of the narrow sites. Having said that, the park is convenient to downtown Mountain View and is within walking distance of the square. Wi-Fi worked great and cable TV worked pretty well with some channels being fuzzy. Park is quiet and has a pickin' shed for folks to gather and play music. It's also next to a very nice city park with a great walking trail. If the owners would not try to pack folks in like sardines this could be a really nice place to stay. - Slouman
Oct 2016 - $20.00
Five miles north of Mountain View. Most of the sites are gravel, some level and a few not level with a lot of shade. Most of the campground is flat making easy walking.
Ask for a friendly satelite site if you need TV. We have no AT&T phone service, but their wifi works good.
The little creek is pretty and some tent sites available next to it, but no RV sites next to creek with clear view.
The staff is very friendly. The park is clean and maintained. They have firewood for sale. They rent canoes. - Jloftin
Apr 2016 - $15.00
I, my wife and our two year old stayed 4 nights. It was very family friendly and safe. Our son loved to go see their animals in the shop. We were on the water so we could easily walk to the creek and play within sight of our camper. It is close to the Ozark Folk Center and Blanchard Caverns. Overall a great Family place. We would stay there again and have recommended it to some our friends. - 3child
May 2010 - $21.00
Excellent location right on a beautiful stream. Had level gravel sites, easy hookups and well maintained grounds. Owner does have his "toys" in one area that needs to be cleaned up, but that does not interfere with the campground. - kick
Jul 2017 - $32.00
Sites very close together. No room for sitting outside or outdoor cooking. Staff very friendly. Laundry very clean and machines in good condition. Restaurant within walking distance. - campinokie
Jun 2017 - $35.00
This is not a fancy resort but it has much to offer. No noise from trains. It is clean, neat, well maintained, immediately next to the Ozark Mountain Folk Center. Full service sites with morning paper delivery to your RV's front step? Most of the shaded sites are back-in sites but they have a few pull-thru sites with some shade. My site had a downward slope that was more of a nuisance than a problem. They have church services on Sunday, Dulcimer Jam Session Monday Nights; Potluck Tuesdays. T-Mobile does not work here. The high speed WiFi does not work. At best expect very, very slow service. - Norm Nice Guy
Jul 2016 - $24.00
Only thing that I didn't like about this park is that the sites were close together. There was not many RV'ers here when we were, so it wasn't a problem. Very clean grounds and facilities. Staff the friendliest you will find anywhere. Overall GREAT week. - North La. Camper
Jul 2017 - $28.00
I couldn't have asked for better accommodations. The site was perfect for parking my Winnebago. All hook ups good. The gravel driveways are well maintained. Pickin' Shed made it a friendly place to share mountain music as well as food. Very friendly and helpful staff. Pay for two weeks that includes the whole month. The price stated was the average, daily rate for a weeks stay. Well worth the price. We will return. - Train Fan
Jul 2012 - $25.00
Sites are a little tight but manageable. Restrooms are excellent, clean and odor free. The owner/staff are very friendly and helpful. There are some shaded spots and we got the best one next to the bathhouse which also has the Wi-Fi, which was strong and fast. They have cable TV but we didn't use it. Our site was a concrete pad which was dead level and we used the jacks for stability only. Power was good and steady. It is close to a road that is fairly busy during the day but no road noise at night. We stayed three nights and would stay here again. - richvks
Nov 2008 - $23.00
Outstanding bath house. Very friendly owners. Small with close sites but had all the necessaties with wonderful community room. Easy to find and close to Ozark attractions We will return to this campground. - GumdropKids
Oct 2015 - $20.00
Nightly rate based on $137 weekly rate. The park now has wifi and it's good. Great lineup of cable stations. Park owners live onsite and are some of the nicest, friendliest people ever. Most sites are not very level, a consideration if you don't have self leveling jacks (luckily we do). Large park with several sites backing up to the Little Red River. Pull thru's back onto a large, open grassy field. Nice path down to the river and the dock. Note: if you're arriving after dark, ask for the lights to be turned on (sign is unlighted, large flag in front also unlighted). We arrived well after dark. made a wrong turn (gps a little tricky in this area), and had a very difficult time getting turned around. Also, no phone service (we have Verizon). Would stay again. - lovinretirement
Sep 2011 - $25.00
This a clean, quiet park with large, grassy sites. There are shade trees behind each site. Anywhere you park you will get sun most of the day. Many of the sites are not level and some have poor drainage when it rains. The owners are very nice and all the facilities (bathrooms, showers and laundry) are very clean and modern. There is a small fishing dock along the Red River. If you need to shop, the stores are several miles from the park but it is a scenic drive. We would visit again. - kandid61
Jun 2009 - $25.00
Very nice, clean and quiet park. Owners/management friendly and courteous. While the park lacks many amenities larger parks have (wireless internet, paved drives, etc.) we found our stay to be very enjoyable. - Ol' Joe