Prescott Arkansas Campgrounds
6 RV Parks near Prescott, Arkansas
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Prescott. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Prescott in the left hand column.
Nov 2016 - $20.00
Stopped here on our travels from New England back to Texas. There is nothing special about this place except the price and convenience from Interstate 30. $20 for 50AMP, water, and sewer. No frills here; however the interior roads were all paved and nice, the site was paved and level. Easy in/out to Interstate 30. Office worker was very friendly and helpful. Would stay here again if passing thru. - dave398rls
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
Mar 2017 - $15.00
This "RV Park" consists of water & electric hookups scattered around the Hope City Park; also location of the Fair, rodeo arena & ball field. We camped on a weekend; the Park Office was closed, and payment was on the honor system. We didn't see a Host. Rough interior road, fairly level sites on grass, some shade trees. Plenty of room to walk my dogs around the Park. For only $15, it sure beats a Wal-Mart parking lot for an overnight stay. - FranM
Oct 2016 - $15.00
We stayed here overnight to break up our drive home. It's basically fields with rv hookups everywhere. There's a row of long term campers that have sewer but the other sites do not. It's in the city park so it has all the amenities a city park would have. They have a night drop box and they open at 8 in the morning to take payment. The sites were fairy level. Besides the long term campers there were only two other rvs besides us so we picked a spot and just pulled forward until we were level side to side. None of the sites are marked at all besides where the hookups are. But $15 beats $50 for a quick overnight stop just a little ways off the highway and it was really quiet. - LaurenP
Mar 2018 - $24.00
Immaculate park & facilities, friendly, helpful staff, excellent hiking trails, site 14 was near a bright street light. Lots of amenities (boat rental, bike rental, horse shoes, volleyball, nice store and info center) - starcraft35
Oct 2017 - $20.00
Amazing Park. All of the Arkansas Parks show their upkeep and money invested and this one is even nicer. The park sites were impeccable manicured. We stayed in Site #3, thinking it was close to the lake. It was not. But the upside, it was close to the private shower room building, close to the Store. Sites 1, 2, 3, 4 have their Pros and Cons. The Pros: WiFi from the Store. Close to Shower (not shared, private shower room. #3 is the better of the 4, Even numbers on the inside loop, Odd on the outside. The Cons: Close to front, so everyone drives by you. The park has tall pine trees, a fishing pier, and the terrain is nice, not flat at all, rolling and gentle hills. Most sites are flat (1-2" leveling), but a few would be hard to park on and place wheel chocks. All spots have paved parking for a secondary vehicle, some next to site, some across from. The area next to the paved pad is crushed rock, it drains well, all sites have a fire ring, grill, water, electric. Dump is available in the camp. The website correctly lists the power available. Some pull through, some back-in. Fishing is good, we had some luck. The store has drinks, shirts, hats, bait(s), and other gear. Rents paddle boats, fishing paddle boat, john boats with or without motors. Bikes as well. Park has a playground, volleyball court (grass) half-court b-ball, and other balls for the kiddos. The hiking trail is nice, we did the Beech Ridge Trail, 1.5m and it was a very nice walk. We didn't catch the Bald Eagle, but another camper swore they saw one dive and get a fish...I told them that they are rumored to roost here in the winter, so it is totally possible. - TexanTraveler
Mar 2017 - $10.00
Great park. No full hookups and only two 50 amps in campground but we were fine. Great fishing. Left kayaks at shore, they were within sight of camper, 50 Ft away. Clean and super maintained camp. - Damon-Becky
Jun 2017 - $30.00
The park was purchased by 3 men in January. It appears they are making strides to improve it. It is rustic....no pool, or laundry. The sites are gravel. Ours was perfectly level. Free WiFi that worked well. No problem with ATT service. 50 amp electric was good. Water pressure was a little weak. Picnic tables at each site. Garbage cans at the sites are emptied daily. Sewer worked fine. Everyone was friendly. I hope they will add fire rings.... maybe some flowers ( it's a woman thing). There are full timers. Some don't have the nicest RV, but were very nice people. - Skipp
Jun 2014 - $27.00
This is definitely a "rustic park". The interior loop road and sites are all dirt and gravel rock. The sites are shady and back-in. There is plenty of maneuvering room for backing. The showers/restrooms were clean, but did not see a laundry. There are several long-term campers who will share information about diamond hunting. Miners' Camp is located right outside the entrance to Crater of Diamonds State Park, so it is quite a distance to Murfreesboro and Nashville, AR. If we return to Murfreesboro, we would definitely camp here again. - geo-gypsy
Dec 2010 - $10.00
We loved the sites. The trees are well trimmed and provide beautiful shade. We found the sites and restrooms clean. We stayed one month. - JandMB
Mar 2018 - $34.00
No issues backing into the site. Unhooked and parked the truck sideways in front of the trailer. The site is mostly level. Site includes downset area with fire ring, table and 2 tent sites. The campground and bathhouse are very clean. Short walk to the diamond field visitor center over a gravel trail. Nice hiking/biking trail loop by the river with 2 fitness stations along the way. The trail is paved to the river and dirt the rest of the loop. - Idcruiserman
Nov 2017 - $35.00
We love Arkansas State Parks. The sites are on concrete with plenty of room to park your vehicle. Picnic table, fire ring & lantern hook area. Lots of room between sites. My only complaint is that they didn't clean our fire ring. But it rained the first night & the 2nd night we were to tired. So into Arkadelphia for shopping. Theres a little grocery store in town. Mine for diamonds was a blast. - jcpjane
Oct 2017 - $24.00
The campground also provided a washateria/laundry which was nice as well. Any of the sites on the outside of the loop are nice and provide a little more privacy, with 37 and 38 being down on the far loop out of the way. 16 and 17 are also nice locations as they backup to a forest area and a gully. We went into the Diamond Mine to search, not dig. Most pay the 60-70 bucks to rent all the gear, sifter, buckets, shovel, and such. Trust me it is just as easy to walk around and check down from the wash area and not spend time washing dirt. Also interesting, and I knew this before we paid our $10 a person to dig/walk around, was that they only till up the ground once a month. And if it rains the night before, then they can't till it up, so you don't get fresh turn until next month. Yeah I think you see where I am going with this: you are basically sifting through dirt that 1000's and 1000's of other people have sifted through. I know you are wondering: DID YOU FIND A DIAMOND? No. Some rocks I thought were diamonds, and had the staff look at them, but they were not. I kept them anyway. A nice side trip is to run up to Lake Greeson north of Murfreesboro and a little to the west. That's a nice way to waste a few hours. - TexanTraveler
Sep 2017 - $27.00
Ok the park is very nice and clean; the owners are extremely nice, but the managers not such a nice thing. The man has an extremely volatile temper. Campers beware. Will not camp here again due to witnessing the extreme behavior of management. - too good
Aug 2017 - $30.00
This is a small, quiet campground close to Diamond Crater National Park with great Wi-Fi. Level gravel site. Great size for our 34' fifth wheel. Great fire pits but we did not use.
They provided us with diamond mining tools free of charge. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. The workkamper couple was great. He provided us with helpful diamond mining tips even though we didn't find any diamonds. She gave us a great tip on where to stay after Murfreesboro.
We headed to Hot Springs AR and stayed at Catherine's Landing. We visited the famous bathhouses and soaked in the mineral pools after our two grueling days of diamond hunting. What a great find. We had never heard of the bathhouses. - Pete and Anna
Jun 2017 - $35.00
Great locations to visit Crater of Diamonds. Park host provides a free and informative diamond mining outdoor class. Mining tools are available to rent at modest cost. Very small campground and only 1 site to accommodate 41 ft motorhome. Site was level, clean and everything worked well. - Rose & Noel