2 Parks near Magnolia, Arkansas
Jun 2014 - $30.00
Quiet and shady. Absolutely loved it. The only thing that could be better is sewer hook up. However the park does offer the use of a portable tank. Also offers ice delivery using your ice chest. Wow! - Cpate
Oct 2013 - $15.00
This is a small, extremely well run county campground. Gravel and pine needle sites, heavily shaded sites, reasonably level with picnic tables, fire rings garbage cans and nice charcoal grill/smokers. A few long termers/workers, but nice. A view of the lake and very clean showers and restrooms. Looking forward to coming here again. This is our 2nd visit here. - horsefolk
Sep 2012 - $12.00
I stayed at this very pretty park for a month while working in the area. Great fishing for large mouth black bass and crappie. Fish cleaning station onsite. Very well maintained park. Trash can at every site. No laundry, no cable, no Wi-Fi; but I knew all of this going in. Mostly long termers. Very difficult to find from the highway because the GPS address was off. I had to call the park and the host came to meet me where I was lost and escorted me right in. Very quiet and peaceful. POOR Satellite reception due to the very heavy tree cover. BBQ pit and fire ring at every site. - texastiger220
May 2016 - $35.00
We were here two years ago at ribbon cutting and thought the park would become a real jewel as it grew. Well, two years later, it is just as we left it.
No better, probably no worse. I was surprised.
No amenities have been added beyond what was there two years ago. No pool, or playground, no dog park, walking trails, or camp store. Only select sites had picnic tables and no fire rings. The emphasis seems to have shifted to permanent or long-term residents, without a need to attract the traveler off the road. The nights we were there we counted three pull throughs and two back-ins available. The rest were all permanent residents or long-term employed. The morning exodus to work and the evening return makes the roads very busy.
All that said, the park is very clean and neat with the usual disregard for printed rules by long-term renters (dog pens not allowed). The staff is busy, everything is well maintained. There is a large pond in the center of the park, with attractive landscaping. The roads and sites are a rounded river-gravel, some pull throughs, all are FHU. Hook up was easy.
Wi-Fi and cable come with the site and both were very good.
There is a single Main Building with all services. This is where you check in, also laundry, bathrooms, showers, and TV lounge with table and chairs. What is odd is that all of this is accessed from the inside, no doors on the outside. It is not really awkward just odd, as you head for the shower you pass the lady in the office and the folks watching tv or doing laundry.
The two unisex showers also include a full bathroom and are amazing.
As big as a luxury hotel and as sparkling clean as home. Very nice!
This park is pricey for what you get so they try to find discounts and will ask about, GS, SKP's, and FMCA.
This a fine park for overnight, well lit and secure, but I would surely call for a reservation.
2012, 32' CLASS "A", on Ford F-53, Towing Ford Ranger. - Jack B
Dec 2015 - $15.00
Raised in the local area. In town for an extended stay due to a family illness. Quite impressed by the quality of the RV park. Several folks spending the winter, but also local college students.
Owners dedicated to making the park a value. They don't live in the area, so day to day management is by a park host.
Small rec area with very clean showers, washers and dryers. Local cable is free with site fee.
Not really on a major route, but will be our stop for future visits to family. - PawPaw
Oct 2015 - $27.00
This is an average RV park. Spaces are close, but not as bad as some. Grounds were clean. The restroom/showers/laundry are all in the main building. Didn't use any of them, but they all looked modern and clean. The laundry, though, is just two washers and dryers right by the entrance to the building and I didn't see any place for sorting or folding. Kind of a strange setup. There is a duck pond that is available for catch & release fishing that kids would probably enjoy. Wi-fi was real good, but we were right next to the office so not sure if that's the case at all sites. Bottom line, there doesn't appear to be many choices in the area for RVers, so this place is fine for an overnight or if you need to be in the town for something. - Pdxjoanne