7 RV Parks near Marshall, Arkansas
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Marshall. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Marshall in the left hand column.
May 2014 - $31.00
Nicely kept campground with a great campground store. The owners were the friendliest and most helpful we have ever met. The only thing the would have made our stay better would be to have laundry facilities. There isn't a lot to the town (post office, cafe, and outrigger company). If you have plains to be on the river the outrigger company is excellent. Hope to return one day just to visit with the owners. - buckingthenorm
Apr 2013 - $20.00
A practically new RV park and campground in Gilbert. Three miles off Highway 65. Tent area is separate from RV area. Owners are a great couple who go out of their way to make sure your stay is enjoyable. All sites are back in, and some would accommodate larger rigs, but not sure about a 40'. Hiking trails and the Buffalo river are within walking distance. Gilbert is a quaint little town and worth the six mile detour if looking for a place to stop between Conway and Harrison or Branson. - gywrwjt
Mar 2016 - $8.00
No hookups, but a lovely place. Plenty of solar access. No rig too big but roads are rather small all through AR and especially in the mountains. A wonderful drive up hwy. 27 was our route - would be beautiful in the fall. PBS only with antenna and no cell service. - SailorGolf
May 2016 - $22.00
Beautiful park on the Buffalo River. Water and electric at each site, dump station near the entrance to the park. Site surface is asphalt and gravel, featuring a fire ring, picnic table and patio. This park is great for relaxing, hiking, floating/kayaking, etc. Minimal to non-existent cell service at the sites. Got spotty service on the shore of the river. Otherwise, take a drive up the hill. (Had Verizon and AT&T devices.) - nralifer
Oct 2014 - $25.00
Very nice campground, lots of shady spots. Swimming and good places to ride bikes. - Camper41
Jul 2013 - $20.00
This park is great and we will be coming back. The camp host, plus the other rangers, were also great. We had one of the bigger sites right beside a deep ravine. We saw deer (fawns also) just about every day. It does get buggy at night, but we are in the deep woods. The only negative was the showers need hooks to hang up towels, clothes, etc. The lack of internet/phone service was a minor hassle to us being we did not have a car. - Raymond G
Apr 2017 - $25.00
Looking on Rvparkreviews we saw only 2 reviews for this park in 2009 and 2006. It was a good review but so outdated. Glad we stopped! Sites level and all the hookups for $25. Very open area but pines in back to rest under if it turns hot. This couple seem like go-getters and I'll bet they really make this park beautiful. We would come here again for longer and go to Buffalo National River and to the lake southeast of here. - coffeeman1
Jan 2009 - $19.00
Had a blowout on the right front tire of our Motorhome while in route to Memphis. By the time it was changed (thanks to Good Sam ERS) we were forced to find the next available RV park. Whispering Pines was only a mile or two down the road and was a welcome sight. The lady that checked us in was very nice and guided us to our site. We hooked up the utilities and then found out that the water faucet had (at one time or another) frozen and split. We used our on board water supply that night. Left early the next morning and could not raise anyone at the office so left note concerning the water situation. Overall, we were pleased with the campground (except for the water). - We3Brvn
Mar 2006 - $17.00
The couple who own the place are very pleasant. Pull through sites are spacious and level. Location is far enough off the road that the noise is not noticeable. Not a destination but close to many nice places (Greers Ferry, Buffalo River, etc.) - raven
Nov 2017 - $39.00
The park grounds are situated right on the White River and there is a large bluff on the opposite shore. It is very beautiful and quiet. However, this does not make up for the unlevel site, no cell service, very weak to non-existent wi-fi, no cable, no over the air t.v. channels or lousy sewer hook-ups. Bring a satellite dish, dvds or lots to read because there is nothing else for entertainment after dark. Also it is about a 20 minute drive to Gassville for the closest supplies. The shower house was basic painted cinder block construction and was generally clean. Make sure you wear some flip flops in the shower. The water pressure was o.k.
My travel trailer has black/grey water hookups that are a little closer to the ground than most RVs and the sewer connection was up hill from the hookups. I tried to dig a shallow trench to allow the hose to level out some, but the pvc sewer connection was about 3-4 inches higher than the ground. I could not use my folding hose support to make up for the uphill climb. The rigs next to me had already left, so I had to move my trailer over to a vacant spot to finish emptying my tanks. I had to use about 20 feet of sewer hose to reach the sewer. If your rigs hookups are 15 inches or so off the ground, you shouldn't have a problem.
The site was 3 inches unlevel from side to side and slopes to the river which made my rear steps really high when the trailer was level. I would recommend site 3, 4 or 5. They appeared to be the most level and spacious. The fifth wheel next to us was about 15 feet away from us, but it was ok. The excess parking is in a well manicured grass field across the road from our site. If there are other vehicles parked across from you when you try to pull out with your camper, it is very tight or impossible. Some folks actually pulled out through the field to leave and got back on the road after clearing the parked cars.
If you are trying to get away from the world, telephone and want total peace and quiet, this is your place. Fishing rules the camp and cooking on the campfire rules the day. If you need internet, cell service, a shorter drive to town, etc., there are better choices in Cotter, Flippin or Harrison. - Octane ZX
Sep 2016 - $28.00
This is the best park we have ever stayed at. Well worth the trip and the people are great. Great fishing and great facilities. - Allenb
Jul 2014 - $45.00
Quite, beautiful, and secluded. Stayed 3 nights, but could have stayed a month. Only complain: The RV is 13'4" tall. When I got to the park, I found low limbs going down drive. Climbed on top of my coach to keep limbs from damaging it. - Genecolleen
Jun 2008 - $10.00
Very beautiful campgrounds with most sites having access to Sylamore Creek, within 20 ft. Very cheep rates but no hook-ups, just a dump station. There are 3 trails and loops nearby that are just wonderful and the fishing here is nice (buy trout stamps). I don't think there is an unshaded spot in the park. There are not many sites that can comfortably fit 40 footers but there are 5 other campgrounds in the park that offer very similar camping so you can keep looking if you don't like what you see. I really would suggest checking out all the campsites during your stay so you can locate that perfect one for next time. No reservations here and it does get near full in the summer but I've never not found a spot. - phillipstewart
Sep 2016 - $10.00
Great camping lakeside. Kayaking superb. Wide level campsites. - Travellin' Tina
Jun 2016 - $15.00
It's really hard to say that it was Excellent because my stay was not excellent. The location in itself was nice, but where we camped was not. In fact, we had to leave in the middle of the night. We left all of our belongings and got the first hotel room we could find. Around 9pm we were bombarded by roaches. COCKROACHES!!! They were crawling all over us and were crawling down my shirt. We couldn't get away from them. So in a panic, we left all of our things there and ran to a hotel and showered. We came back the next day to get our things. The bathrooms that were by our site, were very smelly... but they were not flushing toilets. They were outhouse style. By the swim area was a very nice bathroom with showers. It was very clean and nice. We will come back to swim, but most likely will not stay in the park. We love to camp, and do it often, but this was by far the worst experience we have ever had. And I have been in a flooded tent from it raining all night. This was gross. Roaches are nasty!
The swimming area is very nice, but be careful when entering the water. Instead of having the concrete beach incline into the water. It starts to incline, and then there is a 2 foot drop. I scraped the back of my leg because I didn't know that it dropped. And I'm short - Lisbeth
May 2014 - $10.00
The rate reflects a 50% Senior Pass discount. This campground on Greers Ferry Lake has moderately easy access from U.S. Route 65; it is about 4 miles on paved but narrow roads. There are 91 electric sites and 55 non-electric. The sites in D loop 1 through 13 are 50 amp, the remainder are 30 amp. Almost all of the electric sites are reservable but the non-electric are not. The reservation window starts in Mid-May. There is no water at the sites. A few of the sites are on or near the water. Many of the sites have some significant slope. We were at the park the early part of May when all sites were walk-up. The park was not very busy with only a few campers but many fishermen. Only a couple of the loops were open. They were taking only cash or checks because the computers were not working. There is no security gate at night as there are at many Corp of Engineer parks. The attendant said that the park was well patrolled and that a gate was unnecessary. We would have been more comfortable with a gate, but did not have any problems. We never saw a patrol. There was a lot of drive-by activity during the day partly due to the layout of the park where you can drive though the campground to get to the marina, boat dock, and swimming area. The park is heavily treed so satellite can be difficult in many sites. We had a site where we could get DirecTV. Over Verizon phone and data plan worked well. We would stay here again as a night stopover. - TheJim