7 Parks near Mountain View, Arkansas
Dec 2015 - $25.00
This park is under new ownership and it's wonderful. Large spacious sites. Shaded and clean. Lots of room for spreading out. The owner was a real treasure. We highly recommend this park! - Nanaburt
Sep 2015 - $11.00
Stayed here for two months while house hunting in area. New owner was very friendly and has done a lot of work on the park. The park was clean, well maintained, and the sites are spacious. The roads are easy to navigate. The park has nice large trees and was a great base camp to explore the area. The bathrooms/showers were very clean. The new owner has obviously put a lot of time and effort into cleaning this park up. She was helpful to us in learning about the area. We would stay here again. Rate reflects monthly rate. - fulltime escape
May 2015 - $25.00
Parks location can not be beat! Less than 10 minutes from rivers, Ozark Folk Center, hiking, Walmart, etc but you still feel like you're camping. Large shaded lots with easy access. Under new ownership and she's amazing!! We saw some bad reviews and almost didn't stay here but those are all from before the park was renovated by new owner. Bath house was clean and well stocked. Best customer service I've ever seen!!! - Nanaburt
Apr 2016 - $24.00
This Rv park is located about 2 blocks from the courthouse square. Easy walking distance. The owners were very friendly and extremely accommodating. We were directed to our site, allowed to get set up and then the owner came to us for sign-in and payment. Most sites are more grass than gravel. A refundable deposit was necessary for the cable which was great. The wifi signal was very strong, the best we had had our entire trip. We will return to thus rv park. - lee72
Sep 2015 - $21.00
It is a large park with very few people staying here. Evidently the prior owner wasn't very good and people that normally stayed here stopped coming. Mike the man that runs the park for the new owner, is great and so are the long term people. Very helpful. We stayed two days longer than originally anticipated. We stayed five days and will come again. - Brandl
Jul 2015 - $21.00
Tried them out a couple years ago, when other parks were full. Previous owners had scared lots of folks away.
New owners and the manager have REALLY changed things around.
Clean, friendly, 30/50 amp, shady and cool in the summer sun, NEW cable system with digital cable and a gazzillion channels.
Music theater and pickin' shack for shows and bad weather pickin'.
A number of times I have called, told the manager when I would be there, and he saved me a place. Usually, he or the handy-man will see you coming in, guide you to your site, and help you get set up.
The regulars are helpful and not insular.
Only problem I have ever had is seeing through the trees with my dish when they were changing over their cable system.
Closed from mid Nov to mid Apr.
(sounds like an ad, I realize, but it's a nice place) - MajorOz
Oct 2014 - $30.00
We did not camp here. We did visit to see what was available. I did not see this review before we went. The last two reviews were spot on. They do offer 50 amp at some sites now and cable TV. The whole park was run down. Gravel sites most look unlevel. Grass is quite tall and trees need trimmed. The bridge going to the RV sites looks very un-safe. The supports under the bridge are all cracked. I can't believe it hasn't been shut down. They are affiliated with Coast to Coast. Signs all over saying new management but there is so much deferred maintenance we would never stay there. - M.Register
Jul 2010 - $10.00
Very run down park. We were here 7 nights and the grass was not mowed at all. Unsafe bridge, dogs running loose, trees untrimmed and unfriendly staff. - lm1939
Jul 2010 - $22.00
This park has a great write up in all the papers for tourist but beware. Not very well cared for and help can't even tell you if sites are level which most are not. Very tight sites for anything over 30 feet. I have a big rig fifth wheel and the trees are not cared for or trimmed thus dragging on roof, I ask them to trim the steep ramp going into the campground but nothing was done, poor help and site management. Have to drive down very steep ramp and over a concrete bridge to get to campsites and the bridge is scary, probably would not pass state inspections. Must walk to the office if you want Wi-Fi. Will not stay here again, and if you own a big rig stay away. - Grey Ghost
Jul 2012 - $25.00
Sites are a little tight but manageable. Restrooms are excellent, clean and odor free. The owner/staff are very friendly and helpful. There are some shaded spots and we got the best one next to the bathhouse which also has the Wi-Fi, which was strong and fast. They have cable TV but we didn't use it. Our site was a concrete pad which was dead level and we used the jacks for stability only. Power was good and steady. It is close to a road that is fairly busy during the day but no road noise at night. We stayed three nights and would stay here again. - richvks
Nov 2008 - $23.00
Outstanding bath house. Very friendly owners. Small with close sites but had all the necessaties with wonderful community room. Easy to find and close to Ozark attractions We will return to this campground. - GumdropKids
Jul 2008 - $20.00
Very clean park, friendly office staff. Sites are a little tight, but manageable. We were here with a rally group, so the nightly rate was a little less than regular rate. Convenient to Walmart, Post Office, and not too far from the town square and nightly free bluegrass entertainment! - DAFT
Sep 2015 - $24.00
Mt. View is a musical community. We were here a week to take in some of the music in the community. As an unknown bonus the Park was hosting the Ozark Dulcimer Gathering the week we were there. This was our third trip to the area. We scheduled a week next year before we left. Be aware if you are not an instrument player, by your third trip you are likely to buy an instrument. Sites are gravel but level. The park owners, staff and volunteers will make you feel at home. - jwindham
Jun 2014 - $24.00
This park is built on the side of a hill, with terraced parking lanes. The site offered us was too short to accommodate our 25 ft travel trailer and pickup truck; we had to park the truck in the street on the terrace below ours. One washroom for men with 3 basins, 2 urinals, 2 stalls, 2 showers. Insufficient lighting prevented one from making any qualified judgment about relative cleanliness. Marginal ventilation. Sites had received recent treatment of crushed stone and seemed to be draining well. Little privacy and not much room between sites. Main attraction of this park is walking entrance to the State Park next door. Drive through sites are reserved for larger Class A rigs. - DeltaViking
Nov 2013 - $23.00
We stayed here November 1-3, 2013 this year to visit the Ozark Folk Center, which is nicely and conveniently right next door through a nice gate! The owners and all the folks that appear to be regulars were very kind, but not in our business. They get together to jam on guitars and such most nights, playing primarily bluegrass music. All the facilities were in perfect working order and we had a great time there. We'll be back. They tell us they shut down December 1 - March 1, so our next chance to stay with them will be spring. We will stay there again. - TimeOutRV
May 2010 - $21.00
Excellent location right on a beautiful stream. Had level gravel sites, easy hookups and well maintained grounds. Owner does have his "toys" in one area that needs to be cleaned up, but that does not interfere with the campground. - kick
Jul 2007 - $20.00
Sylamore Creek Camp is located five miles north of Mt. View on Sylamore Creek and within walking distance of the White River. Because it had rained heavily the day before our arrival, some sites were not able to use sewer hookups due to overflow water into the sewer system. Sites were mostly gravel with picnic tables, fire rings and grills. Because of its location, this camp would be great if some attention were paid to cleanliness in the bathhouse and if the grass was cut. Behind the office there appeared to be a graveyard for old cars. - dachiemom
Aug 2014 - $19.00
Arrived and were checked in by a most gracious host who showed us where our site would be. The sites are gravel/grass, mostly level. In the area where we were, it was hard to tell sites apart. There were three or four sewer connections within 10-20 feet of where we stayed. Cable, WiFi worked well. You have to know the area to make the best use of this and other parks and be there for Friday and Saturday night music sessions. We would return. - db1112
Jun 2012 - $19.00
Campground was OK. A little tight to get around with a 40' and tow. Sites are gravel/grass. Not a lot to do here. OK for a night if passing through but not a real long term place. Will probably look for a different park next time, maybe one with a pool. - sandimal
Sep 2010 - $18.00
We has planned to stay in another park but friends convinced us to stay here. Unfortunately, we think that was a mistake. The sites are waaay too narrow. We could almost touch our neighbors by reaching out our side window and this is the tightest space we have ever seen in our 6 years of full time RVing. I would NEVER stay here again because of the narrow sites. Having said that, the park is convenient to downtown Mountain View and is within walking distance of the square. Wi-Fi worked great and cable TV worked pretty well with some channels being fuzzy. Park is quiet and has a pickin' shed for folks to gather and play music. It's also next to a very nice city park with a great walking trail. If the owners would not try to pack folks in like sardines this could be a really nice place to stay. - Slouman