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8 RV Parks near Hope, Arkansas
Mar 2018 - $15.00
This is a county park that has the fairgrounds arena and coliseum here. There is also baseball fields and basketball courts. Lots of people milling about and the park is not secured at night, I didn't like that. The price is fantastic, $15.00 for a site with water and electricity. The park consists of an open field with water/electric pedestals scattered around. The power in the pedestals has one each of a 30 and 50 amp plug in. So two units that need 50 amp can't park next to each other. To shower or use the restrooms you have to walk to the office about 100 yards away. They give you a key to the door if you want to use the facilities after they go home at five. Not a lot for me to do at the park, but peaceful here and plenty to do/see in the area. - Mark Ford
Mar 2017 - $15.00
This "RV Park" consists of water & electric hookups scattered around the Hope City Park; also location of the Fair, rodeo arena & ball field. We camped on a weekend; the Park Office was closed, and payment was on the honor system. We didn't see a Host. Rough interior road, fairly level sites on grass, some shade trees. Plenty of room to walk my dogs around the Park. For only $15, it sure beats a Wal-Mart parking lot for an overnight stay. - FranM
Oct 2016 - $15.00
We stayed here overnight to break up our drive home. It's basically fields with rv hookups everywhere. There's a row of long term campers that have sewer but the other sites do not. It's in the city park so it has all the amenities a city park would have. They have a night drop box and they open at 8 in the morning to take payment. The sites were fairy level. Besides the long term campers there were only two other rvs besides us so we picked a spot and just pulled forward until we were level side to side. None of the sites are marked at all besides where the hookups are. But $15 beats $50 for a quick overnight stop just a little ways off the highway and it was really quiet. - LaurenP
Jul 2018 - $20.00
This was an overnight stop for us. Nothing fancy but a great place to rest for the evening. Right off I-30 by 1/2 mile, and while close to the interstate, there was limited road noise. Sites are level with full hookups. The owner is very friendly and helpful. A few RVs they are definitely permanent but a quiet park. - rbhaaland
Nov 2016 - $20.00
Stopped here on our travels from New England back to Texas. There is nothing special about this place except the price and convenience from Interstate 30. $20 for 50AMP, water, and sewer. No frills here; however the interior roads were all paved and nice, the site was paved and level. Easy in/out to Interstate 30. Office worker was very friendly and helpful. Would stay here again if passing thru. - dave398rls
Jan 2016 - $20.00
I only stayed there one night.
They say there is wifi and it is non existent.
Had to use a 30 amp connection as the 50 amp was broken.
Good for an overnight stop if you could not go any further and need power. The small park seems really sketchy and has a handful of run down campers.
I would not stay there again. - rynosback
Apr 2017 - $8.00
We reserved online, and when we arrived we were checked in promptly. The gal told us that if the site we had chosen didn't work for us, there were a couple others we could use. We wound up using one of the others she had suggested. Not many options for a rig as large as ours, and many of the sites are not very level. Our fifth wheel looked like we were on the boat ramp, the nose was so close to the ground! Water can be a long way from the site in some cases, bring your long hose. Bugs were annoying but not the biting kind. We saw bats in the late evening, what a treat. Office was closed Tuesday and Wednesday when we were there. - Denise and Glenn
Sep 2016 - $7.00
I made reservations online. When I arrived to check in the lady at the gate had me set up in a flash. There were only two other parties in the campground in late September, on a week day. The campground is adjacent to the dam, over which the highways runs. During the day the trucks can be loud, but it quieted down at night, so it was not a problem for sleeping. The door to the restrooms/showers did not close all the way, so there were many bugs in the sinks and the toilets. When the door is fixed, I'm sure that the situation will be much better. - Teardrop11
Nov 2011 - $6.00
We were head over to the State Park and came across this place. It's a COE CG on the east side of the dam 18 miles E of Ashdown on state hwy 32 on the lake side of the dam. The roads and sites were paved. Sites had a picnic tables, a fish butchering table, and some with shelters. They have full electrical hooks ups. NOTE!!! CHECK YOUR POWER BEFORE YOU PLUG IN! I checked mine at the first site we choose and found that it was at 135v++. We moved down 3 sites and found some good power. They say they have 3 sites with sewer hook ups but I didn't see them. The dump station is on the other side of Hwy 32 across from the entrance of the park. COE has about 9 sites around the lake I'm not sure how many of them have campgrounds. Check out the COE web site. On the down river side of the dam there are two campgrounds. We checked out the one on the East side and it had 5 large back in sites with no pull throughs with power and water and a restroom with shower. Out site was on the lake with a great view of the sun set. There's some daytime noise from Hwy 32 which runs over the dam but not much of an issue at night. Great spot and was on $5.50/night with the federal old age card. - pumper9x9
Nov 2011 - $6.00
This is another COE CG on the East, downriver side of the dam. It has 5 long back in sites with power and water. The sites are huge private and close to the water. Don't count on swimming there due to the sign warning of large gators that hang out in the water. We did not camp here but were up on the other side of the dam at Beards Bluff. This CG is 18 miles East of Ashdown on state hwy 32. The dump station is across the road from the Beard's Bluff turn in to the east. The rate reflects the Fed. old age discount (50%). - pumper9x9
Oct 2018 - $34.00
This is a nice campground with a few things for kids to do. With the exception of the traffic noise, it’s not a bad place to stay. We would stay here again. - Clint's Travels
Sep 2018 - $34.00
Parked on gravel. Sites were not well defined except for hookups. Everything was gravel. My site had a picnic table, many did not. It had rained and water standing on roads. Office lady was friendly and explained the park had just changed hands and they were working on improvements. Restrooms and showers were spotless and plenty of hot water. - Sunchaser v
Jul 2018 - $30.00
Perfect for an overnight stay. This is our go to heading East. The staff is every friendly and helpful. The bathrooms are spotless and the water was nice and hot. The park is down from a Pilot/Flying J, so very easy to fill up before or after leaving. - Clarabels
Jun 2018 - $34.00
Stop one night on lot 22, full hookup 50 amp. - Goldwinger
Oct 2017 - $20.00
We had plans to stay at Millwood in May 2015 on our way back from Petit Jean, but due to the flooding that year it was impossible. The staff made sure to call us in advance to let us know. That was very nice for we were able to make arrangements at Daisy SP (the one we stayed at on the way up). So in October 2017 we went to Petit Jean and was able to stay at Millwood. It is a nice little park right on the lake near the dam. It would be wonderful for people who like to fish or just relax. It was quiet that night we stayed. The rangers were very nice and helpful. Maybe one day we will stay for a couple days and get to enjoy it even more. - Cirrus
Oct 2017 - $35.00
This is a very nice park. Lots of pine trees, spacious campsites, nicely paved interior roadways as well as the sites. The restroom included a shower and was immaculate. If you love fishing, there is a marina on Millwood Lake. The only reason I didn't give this campground a 10 was because they don't offer Wifi or have a laundry. As a full-timer, these are very important to us. Otherwise this is the perfect place to get away from it all. - Melodycthomas
Jun 2018 - $1.00
Sport courts, picnic shelters and pool equipment not well maintained. Sport courts look as if they have been underwater for quite awhile and never cleaned. Did not use the picnic shelters but they look rough. There were 7 poolside loungers, 6 were broken. The back supports were broken in half on several, it was not apparent and potentially dangerous to an unsuspecting sunbather. The manager said he would address it immediately and that new equipment was on order. This was Memorial Day weekend so the order planning was too late in the season. The broken loungers were still on the pool deck as we departed a week later. - GaHoosier
Mar 2018 - $1.00
Part of the Ocean Canyon network which includes Coast to Coast. As members of both, stay was "free" if you don't count the annual fees involved w/ both. They'd gotten something like 4 - 5 inches of rain during the preceding days so some sites were not in the best of shape, i.e. some were under water, some muddy, etc., but overall not too bad. Nice shower and restroom facilities. Friendly, helpful staff person. We don't golf so can't really comment on that aspect of the resort, but everything looked really nice. We would stay again. - the lowdog
Sep 2017 - $5.00
The sites were mixed concrete & grave with nice spacing in between. The wifi was good but we did not have cell phone service (AT&T). The park was very clean & well maintained. Would stay here again. - PLedet
Apr 2017 - $12.00
This is a nice, clean park. We would have stayed, except that the parking spaces are as steep as a ski slope. No way we could have leveled our rig. Too bad, as this was a really nice spot for a stop over. - retiredfields
Mar 2008 - $10.00
This beautiful grass and tree-shaded city park is 12 miles south of Murfreesboro and Crater of Diamonds State Park in Southwestern Arkansas. The back-in sites are on a big paved parking area adjacent to one of the ball fields, with shade trees behind the sites. Electric/water hookups, dump station, walking paths, paved interior roads. See the famed "Dinosaur Track" which now sits at the far side of the park next to the pond, which was found nearby in 1883, and the original framed newspaper article telling all about its discovery hangs in the park office. (I must say it was a bit of a letdown, as it is only one track, not a row of prints, and is very badly eroded from exposure to the elements.) Still, it is a very pleasant place to hang out for a few days, $10 per night, $60 per week when we were there in March 2008. We will definitely stay again if we are in the area. - doglady