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22 RV Parks near Fairfield Bay, Arkansas
Apr 2018 - $37.00
We stayed 2 nights in campsite #24. It had full hookups and was just across the street from the restrooms/bathhouse. The park was very clean and the staff was super friendly. This was our first visit here and we will definitely be back during the summer so that we can take advantage of their swim area and their paddle boats. It also has some trails that we want to try out. The place is easy to get to and very quiet. - Hillbilly62
Feb 2018 - $35.00
This is a great park. Our third year there in the Super Bowl timeframe! Easy in and out. No wifi, cable, and Verizon signal is really borderline. Our satellite did actually hookup but I expect that was the exception and even less likely in the summertime and full leaves. Sites are asphalt and fairly level. No blocking required but had to live with a little nose up. Great walking. Good place to unwind. We're going back. - SHIPM8
Oct 2017 - $16.00
Beautiful quiet park. All sites are back-in except #1 and #14. #14 would be hard to level except for a very short RV. Most of the sites will require some side to side leveling. The area was under a burn ban due to drought but was allowed to use charcoal and or propane grill but no open campfires. A new check-in, visitors center building is being constructed on the entrance road and should be completed by next spring. No cell phone service at the park. Did get 8 to 10 over-air TV stations. Miles of hiking trails plus 9.8 mile mountain bike trail plus paddle boat, canoe and fishing boat rental available. Also has small beach and swimming area. - campingdog
Sites: 113 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 9 Reviews
Jul 2016 - $10.00
We give this an 8 instead of a 7- because of the location in the hollow by the creek. WiFi was erratic. Cell service die not exist. But did I mention the creek? Gorgeous! Temp was 100F but the water was just fine. Interior roads were gravel and sand and rutty. None of the sites had concrete pads or patios. Rutted sandy site required use of jack pads. LOTS of shade everywhere. Limited number of 50 amp sites. Single washer and dryer for the camp use. Nice pool and bath/shower buildings. Number of Day Users made it more busy. There really is a swinging bridge over the creek. Very nice clubhouse with kitchen. WiFi in the clubhouse was very good. Sites may be a little rustic, but did I mention the creek? We plan to return. - Vdsavell
Oct 2014 - $30.00
We did not camp here. We did visit to see what was available. I did not see this review before we went. The last two reviews were spot on. They do offer 50 amp at some sites now and cable TV. The whole park was run down. Gravel sites most look unlevel. Grass is quite tall and trees need trimmed. The bridge going to the RV sites looks very un-safe. The supports under the bridge are all cracked. I can't believe it hasn't been shut down. They are affiliated with Coast to Coast. Signs all over saying new management but there is so much deferred maintenance we would never stay there. - M.Register
Jul 2010 - $10.00
Very run down park. We were here 7 nights and the grass was not mowed at all. Unsafe bridge, dogs running loose, trees untrimmed and unfriendly staff. - lm1939