6 Parks near Hope, Arkansas
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
Jul 2013 - $20.00
While concrete pads were level, there is no cleanliness maintenance or infrastructure maintenance that we could determine. Empty sites are very trashy. On-site inn had questionable looking clientele. You get what you pay for. Close by interstate and there is a railroad track close by so highway and train noise. Did enjoy seeing President Clinton's childhood home. Definitely will not stay here again. - corkerinna
Apr 2012 - $20.00
Park is OK for overnight stay, but would not be suitable for expended stays unless you only want a base camp. Most of the "campers" appear to be workers, with several FEMA trailers being used. Pads are concrete and fairly level, so easy to set up. Interstate is close by, as is a railroad, so background noise is high. - willym1
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
Jul 2016 - $28.00
This park is relatively new but is mostly a worker campground right now. It keeps a few sites open for overnight camping and we had trouble trying to get into the site we were assigned. The overnight guests receive the farthest from the showers sites. If you have to have a place to stay you can go here but I can't recommend it. - pwr
Feb 2016 - $30.00
The park was big, campers side by side like sardines, grounds were clean, the Horrible noise from the interstate was unbearable so spent a miserable sleepless night in this park. Never stayed in a nosier park. The WIFI work great most of the time. Was assigned one site but someone was already in it, so called the office where I was instructed to take "another one". Pick another RV Park. - RV-NCcamping
Nov 2015 - $30.00
Conveniently located and adjacent to I-30, Sunrise Campground boasts some of the most pristine restroom / shower facilities we have encountered during our time on the road. With plenty of open space, and numerous pull through sites to choose from, Sunrise RV Park's proximity to Texarkana (and surrounding communities) provides an excellent location for a quick 'overnight' stopover - or a lengthy multi-month stay. We easily connected to their Wi-Fi Network which provided a strong connection to the Internet, using laptops and smartphones, the entire duration of our stay. Although the campground sits right next to the Interstate, we did NOT find the traffic noise bothersome in the slightest. Occasionally, we would hear a train whistle in the middle of the night, but again, it wasn't an inconvenience in any way.
Our stay coincided with the new owners having assumed the reigns but one week prior, and as such, we didn't have an opportunity to meet them. However, we certainly enjoyed our stay.
One possible downside (which we didn't experience due to the season) might be the lack of shaded sites in the later summer months. Of course, shade or not, RV-ing in late summer across the southern states comes with Heat and Humidity no matter where one travels.
We will stay here again should we find ourselves in the area. - Todd and Heather
Jun 2012 - $13.00
Great clean park. Several water front and water view sites. Clean restrooms and showers. Bank fishing OK but a boat would be better; we caught fish using minnows. The store has boat rentals and canoe rentals along with water bike rentals. The store was open all day from 6 to 6. Bank fishing from the spillway was fun to watch as folks snagged catfish up to 10 pounds using big triple hooks and 2 oz weights. We will be back. - Marmac1
Jun 2012 - $18.00
We really enjoyed this campground. Nicely wooded, decent amount of space between sites. 24 hour Walmart (as much as we plan, we still forget things sometimes) 7 miles away. Nice playground for the kids. The entrance is tough to spot if you are coming in late, keep an eagle eye out for the sign. About a 3 hour trip from the DFW metroplex. - Steve Breen
May 2012 - $18.00
We reserved one of two park host sites, so we had full hookups with sewer. Sites are close together. Lots of tall trees with shade everywhere. We enjoyed our stay over the Memorial Day weekend. Each site has its own trash can which is nice. Unfortunately most campers seem to toss drink bottles, cigarette butts, and other small trash right on the ground. Two nice parks for kids. We would visit again. - sblanck
Jul 2016 - $50.00
This RV park has wide roads of concrete/gravel and some of the RV pads are concrete. Plenty of room to park your truck beside the RV. Lots of space between pads with trees and some grass. Other RV pads are grass with no trees. - JoeP
Jul 2015 - $1.00
This is a favorite short stay park for us but this time we were disappointed that everything was closed except the pool. The few staff we saw told us that there was a staff shortage so there was no restaurant or golf course available. The sites were clean and neat. We didn't attempt to fish in the 2 ponds as we were told there was an abundance of alligators now inhabiting them. For a quiet short stay it is OK. The price reflects our TT rate. - tcurex
May 2015 - $6.00
Price is ROD membership & includes $5 fee for WiFi up to a week. Staff is very friendly and helpful. We had cement pad pull through with no trees to interfere with rooftop dish. Verizon hotspot worked most of the time so we purchased campground WiFi which was more reliable. All utilities worked well. Quiet and peaceful there. - big greg
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