5 RV Parks near Gurdon, Arkansas
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Gurdon. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Gurdon in the left hand column.
Oct 2017 - $20.00
Amazing Park. All of the Arkansas Parks show their upkeep and money invested and this one is even nicer. The park sites were impeccable manicured. We stayed in Site #3, thinking it was close to the lake. It was not. But the upside, it was close to the private shower room building, close to the Store. Sites 1, 2, 3, 4 have their Pros and Cons. The Pros: WiFi from the Store. Close to Shower (not shared, private shower room. #3 is the better of the 4, Even numbers on the inside loop, Odd on the outside. The Cons: Close to front, so everyone drives by you. The park has tall pine trees, a fishing pier, and the terrain is nice, not flat at all, rolling and gentle hills. Most sites are flat (1-2" leveling), but a few would be hard to park on and place wheel chocks. All spots have paved parking for a secondary vehicle, some next to site, some across from. The area next to the paved pad is crushed rock, it drains well, all sites have a fire ring, grill, water, electric. Dump is available in the camp. The website correctly lists the power available. Some pull through, some back-in. Fishing is good, we had some luck. The store has drinks, shirts, hats, bait(s), and other gear. Rents paddle boats, fishing paddle boat, john boats with or without motors. Bikes as well. Park has a playground, volleyball court (grass) half-court b-ball, and other balls for the kiddos. The hiking trail is nice, we did the Beech Ridge Trail, 1.5m and it was a very nice walk. We didn't catch the Bald Eagle, but another camper swore they saw one dive and get a fish...I told them that they are rumored to roost here in the winter, so it is totally possible. - TexanTraveler
Mar 2017 - $10.00
Great park. No full hookups and only two 50 amps in campground but we were fine. Great fishing. Left kayaks at shore, they were within sight of camper, 50 Ft away. Clean and super maintained camp. - Damon-Becky
Nov 2016 - $22.00
We stayed in site 19, with a nice lake view and covenient access to trash bins. When we come back, we will request site 16, 15, or 11 in descending preference - these are directly on shore of the lake or next to the docks and piers around the lake. There were paddle boats and bicycles to rent, basketball hoop and a nice playground. We camped in November and the spaces were full of groups of hunters. It was a little noisy, but the cool 50's weather and clear skies made up for some of it. Watch out for cars, they speed through the loop. Overall it was a good park, we will come back, hopefully when hunting season is over! - troie99
Apr 2017 - $36.00
Stay here only if you need to sleep overnight and you only need elect and water. Uneven but spacious spots. Their "box TV" system didn't work and their Wi-Fi was iffy. No picnic table, grill or fire ring. Showers clean with individual showers with door locks but needs a paint job. This park has potential but needs a short and long term update plan. Very pricy for what you get. Mom and daughter are very nice but did not give me wifi code at check in and were closed when I returned for it and did not know how to hook up tv system. - Camden12
Nov 2016 - $1.00
Stayed at this park once or twice before with no problems that we can recall. Attempted to do so again, but office was being 'staffed' by a small girl and her talking bird. She couldn't call manager because no cell service. Girl was nice and bird entertaining, so we actually waited about 20-30 minutes as she had assured us manager should be around, but finally had to give up as we preferred getting more miles out and finding a park that cared a little more to waiting any longer. If you are able to get checked in, it is a pretty wooded park with plenty of shade. Some pull thrus and can fit reasonably big rigs (maybe not longer than 50' but we are 48' and could've pulled into several spots). Offers propane on site. Sure do wish they'd had some way to alert manager a check in was needed, or had given the young girl information to at least get travelers into a site. Surprising that they have multiple signs to help you find your way from the highway, only to be unable to check you in! We were disappointed. - fu11timers
Sep 2016 - $40.00
Have stayed in this park several times on a trip to Branson.
As others have said the owner was a grouch and seemed disinterested in customers.
It is under new management by a young couple. The campground is clean and we were assigned the same spot we usually stayed in. The owner assisted us in parking and showed us the hookups. I used a 2 x 10 to level one side and had to unhook because I could not level front to back although if I worked at it, I may have been level enough to remained hooked. Sites were all hard packed gravel with little to no grass.
Cable was good as was water pressure and electrical. Many full time residents but their sites was neat and tidy. There is a larger area at a lower level that had many more full time residents.
There is a grill at the sight for cooking outdoor and trash is left at the campsite and picked up by the owners.
We did not use any of the facilities. Rates were $40.00 per night with an additional 10% or so added for tax. The rate of $40 is not a good value for an overnight stay. We stayed here in a 36' fifth wheel and will stay here again when traveling north. - Tigggerdad
Jul 2017 - $14.00
Stayed at Iron Mountain second week of July 2017 in Gulfstream 14 RBC (30amp service). Nice campground however there is no water at the sites. Public water is available. Bathrooms and showers were clean and nice with hot and cold water; no air conditioning in showers. Not all sites are reservable, there are many first come first serve; site 52 was reservable. Site has a lake view; paths to the water are steep and rocky but doable. The site is short and semi level leaning down hill and only partially paved. Picnic table and fire pit were to far away from the RV, further down hill for our use. We made our own patio / seating area at the camper by pulling the trailer over as far as we could. Park seemed to allow parking off road otherwise it would have been difficult to park the truck.Overall the park is well maintained and the sites were reasonably private and a good price. In the loop we stayed in, public water is closest to sites 45, 56 and 55. 55 is pull thru. Lake DeGray is a very nice lake with lots of party boats. - RV_Ark
May 2016 - $7.00
The park itself is beautiful, heavily treed along a pretty lake. It's quiet and scenic. There is no water at the sites, but there's a dump and water station near the entrance. There are serious issues with the individual sites. They are all highly unlevel, many of them are very short, and some of them will cause issues with slide-outs because the tress are so close in. Some of the concrete pads only go back for half of the site, so you could be trying to level with half your rig on concrete and half in soft dirt. I was able to find a workable site with a great view of the lake only because the park was empty when I arrived. If you are off season and not arriving on a weekend, you may have no trouble, but otherwise, siting could be a real problem. That was the main reason I rated this park down. Also, customer service was friendly, but hopelessly inept. There is no phone in the office (the phone number listed gets you only to the Arkadelphia COE main office), and it is a mile from the campground, over some fairly steep hills. I only mention that because if you want to view the sites before you check in or pick a site, it is very inconvenient. Verizon signal a little weak. - KAP99
Nov 2017 - $20.00
Very nice Lake and Campground just a short distance from I-30. The lake is huge and there were a number of nice hiking trails. You can also walk/bike to the Lodge, where they have a restaurant onsite. Our site had easy walking access to the lake and we really enjoyed the sunrise and sunset. Because of the trees, we were not able to hook up the Dish, and there were only a couple OTA channels available - all the more reason to enjoy the hiking. Campsites had a lot of space between them and only a little bit of leveling was needed. - Davishouse2
Aug 2017 - $11.00
Site 80 is an easy back in, required some leveling. The site gets lots of run off when it rains and the ground is bare dirt. Other sites around us have edging and gravel. Don't know why they don't do that for this site. There is lots of debris and poison ivy growing around the site. Wouldn't be my choice to stay here again. I could not get any DirecTV reception with my Carryout antenna, too many trees. It is mostly full shade. If they would fix the drainage and add some pea gravel it would be a fair site. - Twiceborn
Jun 2017 - $20.00
Degray sites are paved and most of them are level. The only lake front sites are in section C. Sections A and B are not on the lake. - Gearhead58
Aug 2012 - $12.00
The website said the sites had water and electricity, but the water sources were scattered throughout the campground, not at each site. The faucet required constant twisting to keep the water flowing. Kind of a pain when trying to fill up the water tank. - ETX