16 RV Parks near Quitman, Arkansas
We did however find 16 campgrounds within 25 miles of Quitman. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Quitman in the left hand column.
Oct 2017 - $16.00
Beautiful quiet park. All sites are back-in except #1 and #14. #14 would be hard to level except for a very short RV. Most of the sites will require some side to side leveling. The area was under a burn ban due to drought but was allowed to use charcoal and or propane grill but no open campfires. A new check-in, visitors center building is being constructed on the entrance road and should be completed by next spring. No cell phone service at the park. Did get 8 to 10 over-air TV stations. Miles of hiking trails plus 9.8 mile mountain bike trail plus paddle boat, canoe and fishing boat rental available. Also has small beach and swimming area. - campingdog
Jun 2017 - $32.00
Most of my comments have been covered by other reviewers but here are a couple observations. We were camping in a 35' 5th wheel. The sites down by the water (1 - teens) were mostly too short for our RV. Site 1 is a pull thru that would work. We stayed in 22 and as others have noted, was slightly unlevel. The view out the rear was green trees and very peaceful. Several of the sites on the upper loop would be a pain to get a trailer into, e.g., the camp road for one site was level then had a sharp drop off just past the site. The tow vehicle would be over the crest of the hill, making visibility into the site very difficult while backing up. ATT was very limited with 1 bar coming and going at various spots in our coach, only good for texting. We found better reception down by the snack bar. Ironically, tv antenna reception was decent. However, we were there for peace and quiet and for that it was perfect. For the active ones, there's a really nice walking trail around the lake. Be aware it's strenuous and 3+ miles. The grandkids came up one day and we went swimming in the lake, which was nice but cost $ on top of camping fees. We love camping in the Arkansas hills and this place didn't disappoint. We'll be back. - Motorcyclekelly
Mar 2017 - $20.00
Great state park with very nice staff. Spacious sites with many having a nice view of the lake. Some sites are not level and the first we were in we couldn't get the coach level without the front wheels off the ground. Contacted the ranger and we moved to another site. Very helpful. Hookups work fine. Verizon signal is poor and only 3G. Lots of campfires and smoke on the weekends. - RoadtripImages dot com
Jul 2010 - $18.00
This park is very clean and well maintained. The swimming beach is so much fun. Beach was very clean and the swimming area was very large. We stayed in the lake until 10 pm - closing time of the beach. Life jackets are provided at the beach for use by anyone who needs them. Campground was beautiful, green and lots of shade. Huge marina and very close to town if needed. We loved it here and will return!! - Dilyte
Jun 2010 - $17.00
One of our favorite campgrounds. Electric only sites, but a dump station is available. Lots of trees, boat launch and marina are available in the park. Many of the sites have been rebuilt in the last 2 years do to flooding 3 years ago. - Ken Johnson
Jun 2010 - $17.00
The park has lots of shade trees, was hard to manuver into our site due to the trees. We stayed in A20. Has very friendly staff, clean restrooms and a beautiful lake to swim and boat in. Our family loved it. Only drawback, remember there are no water hook-ups. - vivlee1121
Apr 2017 - $1.00
Called and made reservations for three days and was very specific that we have a 40 foot coach with toad. This place is NOT big rig friendly so we didn't stay. Access roads are paved and OK but then you get to the dirt/gravel loop roads and you find sharp curves, steep grades, unlevel sites, and trees close to and overhanging the roads. We looked in C loop and A loop and decided to leave. Stay away if you value your rig. - Pjoe
May 2012 - $17.00
Finding a hidden gem doesn't come along often, but Fairfield Bay was one. Almost all sites overlook Greers Ferry Lake and all are in a beautiful forest park. Some have 50 amp but most have 30 amp. Water is available at most all sites. Check with the city and make reservations. If you are looking for natural beauty, peace and quiet, with lots to do in the area, check this place out. To the best of my knowledge, however, only 2 pull throughs exist, so call ahead. You will not be disappointed. - Gus the Fireant
Oct 2010 - $8.00
The COE Van Buren Recreation Area is currently under long term lease to the community of Fairfield Bay. This rustic park sits on the northwest shore of Greers Ferry Lake. Interior roads of the campground are rough. Many of the sites would be challenging to level in. E/W/Wi-Fi is good in loop D. The only bathhouse is located about 3/4 mile from the D loop at the entrance to the campground. Some sites are lakeside, with most having a view of the lake. A small swimming area is adjacent to the camping, as well as a nearby marina where boats can be rented. We have camped here twice, there never being more than 3 or 4 others in the loop during our stay. The $8 per night fee is a year long special to draw new campers to the campground. We would hesitate to pay more that twice that until infrastructure improvements were made. - TnEagle
Aug 2017 - $11.00
Nice quiet campgrounds. Some sites right on the lakeshore. All sites have electricity, but about only a third have city water. Main restroom/showers are clean but remote restroom is basically an outhouse (no running water). Staff is friendly and helpful. Beach and boat launch ramps are available. - larryo
Jul 2017 - $20.00
Great Lake access and has a couple of swim beaches. B loop can be a bit busy and has a few spots difficult to back into because of trees. - Circe
Jul 2010 - $30.00
A number of the RV sites are not level, had to use two blocks high on one side of unit. NO shade. One set of shower rooms are private, that is you lock the door. This park is NOT at the race track, it is 5 miles from it. All stone drive and parking, no concrete. - CCC
Jul 2009 - $23.00
The hosts were very friendly. They have a gift shop on site, along with ice and a vending machine with sodas. Very pleasant, but there are no shade trees. - melfred
Mar 2008 - $23.00
Clean well kept park with large spaces. Large field for walking pets. Close to many fast food shops with Wal-Mart about 4 miles away. Free Wi-Fi that works fast. While families are welcome, it is not a family park with the only facilities other than showers and bathrooms being a laundromat. Nevertheless it is a quiet place to stay. Weekly and monthly rates. - loul
Sep 2009 - $18.00
Corps of Engineers park on the Arkansas river near a lock and dam. Nice park, hard to find information on but a good place to relax for a night or two. Grey water dumping is allowed. Dump station at entrance is backwards for pulling out of campground.Sites are large, spread out and fairly level. - wilmsd
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
Jul 2009 - $17.00
A very nice Corps park. Sandy beach available, clean water and the entire park was clean. Sites are spread out, well shaded with plenty of space between sites. - travelingwizard
Apr 2017 - $13.00
We stayed here for one month while visiting family in Heber Springs. The park consists of two areas: an older part that is wooded, consisting mainly of full time or summer residents with RVs that don't move, and a newer area that is an unshaded gravel lot. The older part is pretty well maintained and everyone was friendly to those of us staying for a shorter term. There are also some metal buildings around that are used for storage and some light industrial activity. We had a pull through site in the gravel area that was level and very long. We had plenty of room for our 31' Class C and our Jeep. There was good room between sites as well. The water pressure was good, the electric box was modern, and sewer had a good location. A cable box was included in the rent and the cable worked very well. We had a great view to the Southern sky and had a strong satellite signal. The roads through the Park are gravel. They are wide and easy to navigate. The entrance is well-marked. The owners/staff were always friendly and helpful (we had to make changes to our reservation twice and they were very understanding). We had a few freezing nights and park staff placed a can with insulation over the water point. Bathrooms were kept clean, as was the laundry room. Although the gravel area is not very scenic and could be hot in the summer without shade, the park is located close to town, the Lake, and is a very short distance to 2-3 fishing access points on the Little Red River. You also do have a nice view of Sugar Loaf Mountain from the gravel area. Overall, the park is quiet and well maintained. We felt welcome and would not hesitate to stay here again, especially given the reasonable monthly rates. - Buckeyefan4
Nov 2016 - $40.00
Little bit different, the sites (mostly pull throughs) are behind several buildings that appear to be storage or repair companies. No trees among the sites, but they are wide & long. None of them are paved but very good rock for the driveways & sites. Since we came in after the office closed & was busy with family the entire time we were there...I never stepped foot into the office. But really didn't have a need. The overall area is quite, but we were there during the off season. While not right on the lake, you can be to it in less than 20 minutes with heavy traffic. - zhilton
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
Oct 2017 - $10.00
With the exception of no sewer at the site (there is a dump up near the gate house), this park is near perfect! It's paved, wide, long pull through in Loop N that is large enough for my 42' 5th wheel plus my crew cab, long bed truck and still more room. Large sites, with good space between you and the next camper. In Oct. it's relatively quiet campground, a couple hundred yards from a very large, beautiful lake. A couple of marinas on the lake (boat rentals, etc.) of which one is at this site. The grass is kept mowed and restrooms are close to Loop N and clean. There's also a couple of swimming beaches here at the Dam Site park. Good satellite reception as well as good Verizon reception. Using my Senion National Park pass I got it at half off so it is only $150 for two weeks. The sites are fairly level and paved. With a few blocks and my six point leveling system, we are level. - JCZ
Aug 2016 - $22.00
I've stayed here at least 10 times the past few years, and it's hard to beat the value. You are secluded, at the same time you're close to the lake and town. The sites are level and cleaned. There is also a central dump station outside the gate.
You are able to access their own ramp, dock, and swim area. If you don't have a Corps pass to use your boat, this will save you some money. Security is good, as the gate closes at 10pm, and you will need the code to enter. The sheriff's office comes through frequently. The park is spread out, and different prices depending on the service you need for the night. - mghurle
Jul 2016 - $22.00
We found that grass was tall and tree was overgrown into the spot. The check-in office personnel were very nice and helpful.
The reason the "no" to clean bathrooms is that the bathrooms and shower shared the same floor resulting in the floors had a tendency to stay wet. TP holders were plates so the TP rolls could not roll which was also impacted by the damp climate. The dump station is out of park which made have a tote a must. The actual park was really kind of nice including access to the swimming area right outside the gate. The spaces were kind of tight, and many spaces were really at an angle from the front to the back of the campers.
Cell phone reception with AT&T is good. - I/we will try to post this service condition because it is important for us. - DuranDDuran1