4 Parks near Kensett, Arkansas
Jun 2016 - $17.00
Our second visit to this park. Owner still very friendly and helpful. Gave us one of the few sites with shade. Pull through FHU, level and easily accessible. WIFI has been added since our last visit 2 years ago and it was excellent. Many sites are side by side but not as tight as some we have encountered. We would return in the future. - Bob & Stephanie
May 2016 - $17.00
Older park but good maintenance. Owner is very friendly. A lot of long term renters but keep their places neat. WiFi was good and reliable. Sites were long and level. - houseonwheels
May 2016 - $20.00
This park steps off the pages of a 1980 AAA Travel Guide. An old RV Park that is little worn on the edges but very comfortable and welcoming.
NOTE!! You must be self-contained, no bathrooms or showers.
The sites are close but not restrictive. There are two electrical boxes on each pedestal so the paired rv's are close, but there is a lot of space between each pair. There is a picnic table at each site.
We were able to leave our towed p/u truck attached. The sites are two strips of concrete with gravel and grass and mature trees all around.
Looking around we see lots of neighbors who live here, but, although there are the obvious signs of permanent residents, there are no derelict trailers.
Many rv units are showing some age but flower gardens, bird feeders, and lawn furniture abound. Everyone seems to have a happy banner flying.
Not a lot of amenities but the furnished wi-fi is outstanding. No cable but OTA antenna tv will get you the major broadcasters.
The owners are the nicest people. They run a very clean and neat rv park and are on-site to keep it that way. The lot count on the Park's header is a bit askew. We took a walk-about and accounted for about 50 sites.
This is a very nice little corner in Arkansas and a good overnight stop on our travels. We would come back.
2012, 32' CLASS "A", on Ford F-53, Towing Ford Ranger. - Jack B
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
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
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