6 Parks near Sheridan, Arkansas
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Immaculate grounds, accommodating and service oriented managers. Pay for 6 nights, get 7th free. No wi-fi or cable, but satellite friendly. No tent camping sites. Under expansion with 6 large shaded sites and 6 pull thrus, all FHUs to come. Reservations are advisable. - Too Tide
May 2012 - $18.00
Wonderfully friendly. LARGE sites, lots of shade. Close to WalMart (It's behind WalMart) Daily/Weekly/Monthly rates. Paved: $20 day/100 weekly/400 monthly , Gravel: $18/90 weekly/ 360 monthly. (Electric included). The Google info takes you to the wrong address. Look for WalMart and you can't miss it. - louiskathy
Jun 2016 - $10.00
We love this park. Close by and clean with great views. We felt safe here as the local police patrolled often and the gate is closed after 10, and you are given an access code to enter if needed. This is our go-to spot when we want a quick weekend getaway. Good fishing as well! - RobinS
Jul 2015 - $10.00
The park had just reopened after severe flooding by the Arkansas River which deposited up to 4 feet of sand in areas of the park. It was ready for the July holiday crowd and had been manicured for all to enjoy. There is no more awesome sight to watch than the barges that are 1/4 mile long being pushed up or down the river by boats, especially at night when they are lit up with colored lights. We sat in chairs 50 feet from the water on our shady site for hours on end watching them. - tcurex
Jul 2013 - $19.00
This COE campground is actually about five miles east of Redfield, not really close to Pine Bluff, about halfway up to Little Rock along I-540. The campground is linear along the main channel of the Arkansas River, as well as having a loop area not on the water. Check-in inefficient, slow, had to find attendant (that alone took 20 minutes). Posted instructions for registration were vague. Shade and open sites available, with numerous waterfront sites. Sites are level, with both paved and concrete pads. Our concrete pad had long remnant parking barrier rebars hammered over to within one inch of the concrete pad, creating two serious tripping hazards. Space between sites were both huge and snug, according to where you were. Picnic tables were under shelters. No swimming or wading, but boat launching is available. Beautiful view of the water. Children's playground nice. Speed bumps were sometimes small, other times ridiculously massive. Hookups included water & electric, with each box lit at night, nice touch. Dump station at exit, well designed. CSpire phone service 2 bars voice, one trillionth G data. When the sun goes down, get inside... it's mosquito time! House flies also common. Quiet and dark at night. Good for an overnight stay or if you are into boating or fishing. - The Happy Traveler
Oct 2016 - $35.00
This is a great place to stay and deserves a higher rating. The campground is very clean and the pull-through sites are spacious. And, we appreciate not having trees that block the satellite dish reception. - LK23
Nov 2015 - $32.00
This place is a parking lot that sits right on the I-30 Feeder Road.
The spot is not level and the electric box is older. When I plugged in, I got a polarity error on my Surge initially, then it cleared. So far it hasn't come back. Two holes where old sewer connects used to come up.
This is an overpriced field. One of the few choices near Little Rock.
Motel 6 is the same price. Choose it instead. - Author
Oct 2015 - $35.00
Our site was a long gravel pull-thru with more than enough room for our 40 ft motor home and towed vehicle. Site was level and there were no trees to block our satellite dish. Good Verizon signal. Although close to the freeway there was little traffic noise. Very good for an overnight stay. A little difficult to get to from I-30 west. Recommend getting off on exit 118, take Congo Road overpass to get to east-bound side frontage road (stay in right lane on overpass). - arpijay
Aug 2016 - $27.00
If you need a quick place to spend a night or closer access to Little Rock, one would manage fine here. We stayed one night but had a large mainly level, gravel pad. We chose not to have sewer connection but they were available. Quiet wooded location with many permanent, non-intrusive residents. Management was kind and checked on us after finding location to see if our needs were met. No amenities except laundry which looked clean and presentable. Did not use restrooms. It had rained and continued to do so during our stay but we were safe and were able to maneuver the grounds easily. Used antennae for tv and had good reception. Do not know if wifi was available. - Lone Star Traveler
Jun 2016 - $26.00
Arrival: Fairly good on/off I-30 access. The road to the park itself is a little bit tough. There are more permanent than temporary residents. Once we were in, the camp host did an awesome job getting us to our site.
Roads: It's just off the road and easily accessed... just the 300' between the main road and the park brings on caution.
Sites: Most of the temporary spots are pull-throughs with plenty of space. They are relatively level but unimproved.
Restrooms: Average. You have to walk through the laundry to get there, but they keep the entire area reasonably clean.
Cost: $26 cash for water and electric. No real discounts.
Local Area: Truck stop right across the freeway... and that's it.
Internet: None. Cell reception is good -- right next to the interstate.
Other: Dump station is off-road. Usable and adequate, you just have to look for it. We'll be back if the trip schedule makes it ideal for the overnighter. - JC Penny
Jun 2016 - $29.00
If you are wanting a safe, secure and quiet site for an overnight stop after a long day of driving, this is the stop. The place is a trailer park about 1/2 mile off the interstate. The owner is super friendly and helpful. RV sites are close to his house up front of the long term people. If you are looking for a super duper 1st class campground then move on down the road cause this ain't it. It's perfect for a great night of peaceful sleep while traveling. - Juedoo
Sep 2014 - $17.00
Rate shown is Passport America. We really liked this park. It would be impossible to find nicer, more helpful people anywhere. It really is in the middle of nowhere but, if you call ahead (which we strongly recommend), they will give you excellent directions. The back roads leading to the park are narrow but there is no traffic so it wasn't a problem. Roads and sites are gravel but meticulously maintained. Pull-throughs are narrow but we did have room to get our slides out, even with the neighbor's awning out. They are continuing to make improvements and we wouldn't hesitate to stay here again. - SandyA
Aug 2014 - $17.00
Passport America park. You have the option of power only or full-hookup with a little more cost. A relatively new park, it is still being developed. As noted in other posts, you will need call for instructions to reach the park from I-30. It is not difficult other than narrow roads as noted, but we had no problem reaching the park with a 40’ RV and toad. The gate into the property is on a curve with a sign showing Arlan Tree Farm, not as Cherokee Lakes RV Park; not sure why. It is a very nice small park. The sites are tight but this should not be a serious issue for a short stay. Our unit has 4 slides, yet we had the room needed. There are several here on a long term basis but finding a space should not be a problem until others hear about the park. Power was about 112 to 116 volts all the time even in 100-degree heat meaning everyone was running their AC. Early in the mornings the power is 119. Water and its pressure are good. Our Verizon phones and MiFi ran on 4G. There is no cable but satellite reception is good. Close to Little Rock, air signal receives 9 stations. We stayed an extra day because it was so quiet and provided us with the services we needed to be comfortable. Apparently the pipeline workers mentioned in one post have departed, so there is very little traffic in or out. We would stay here again. - Workamper04
Apr 2014 - $17.00
All gravel, pull through sites with no cable, no WiFi, no pool. If you have slides on both sides, you'll be within 2 feet of your neighbor on your non utility side. Trust your GPS, which will take you to a locked gate (you have to call for the code) after a tough, twisty, rural ride that has no signs for this park, but plenty of no trespassing signs. You will feel like you're sinking in gravel. The father/son/grandson that run the park are very friendly. The picnic table at your site is one of the best I've ever seen. It is a very quiet park, other than the early morning permanent workers heading to the pipeline. They have done a terrific job with stonework around a water fall and pond, but its tough with all the shortcomings to give this park a very high rating. Rate paid is with Passport America. - simsfmly
Nov 2015 - $20.00
Beside Arkansas River,next to Regional Park and Golf Course. 10mins to Wmart, box stores.. Paved sites, back in, very narrow. Fire pit but no tables. 30amp power, water, dump station. Lots of pecan trees, shade and some without. We were on site 45 and able to recieve TV through satelite dish on roof of our 26' motor home. Several semi permants. Very quiet. Manager lovely. We enjoyed our 3 night stay. There are several portable toilets. Be careful of fire ants. - Kings USA Travels
Jan 2014 - $18.00
Pine Bluff Regional RV Park Trying to find information about this park is very hard. The web site for Pine Bluff Parks lists the RV Park, but this links on the internet site do not work. I had to call the parks department to get information and directions to the park. This could easily be corrected with the proper management of the web site. Found out later, from a friend we were visiting that you could enter “1 Harbor Oaks Drive, Pine Bluff, AR” into your GPS and it’ll get you to the right place. We pulled into the park on Thursday afternoon. There was no one at the office to take information or give us instructions as to where we could park our travel trailer. We selected a camp site and parked made the connections and settled in. We call the office and left a message that should the manager needed to contact us and gave our number. On Friday, I noticed a car was parked at the office, but had not gotten a call so figured things were okay. On Saturday, I called and talked with the manager. She informed me she had been attending a church function. I made arrangements to stop by and pay for the nights we stayed. When I paid, I found that the site was $18 per night. I had been quoted $20 when I called to get directions to the park. The park is set at the end of the road of a multiple use park. There is one shared use fishing pier. There is NO bath house, or laundry and NO full hookups. The sites are not level and are asphalt and just wide enough for the RV. Several long time campers dot the park and discharge their gray water on to the ground. There is no dog walk, which we found out by stepping in the remains of one pup. All in all, we found the park to be lacking in a lot of things. Unfortunately management hasn’t done anything to make up grades to this park. With proper management and promotion, this could be a great income producer for the city of Pine bluff. RV’ers love to fish, play golf, and many other things that the city has to offer. They spend money and pay sales taxes on the goods they purchase. - Laptopwillie
Oct 2013 - $18.00
Nice campground with sites scattered around. Water was OK but our 30 amp power voltage was high and at 7:30 am exceeded the 132v limit of our EMS shutting our RV down intermittently. Verizon cell phone and hotspot worked well. Too many trees around our sire to use rooftop TV dish. Some sites needed trees trimmed. Be careful backing into sites as there are ditches on either side. Large open grassy areas. Paved roads and pads. Two dollar senior discount from $20 nightly fee. - big greg