18 Parks near Texarkana, Arkansas
Jul 2016 - $28.00
This park is relatively new but is mostly a worker campground right now. It keeps a few sites open for overnight camping and we had trouble trying to get into the site we were assigned. The overnight guests receive the farthest from the showers sites. If you have to have a place to stay you can go here but I can't recommend it. - pwr
Feb 2016 - $30.00
The park was big, campers side by side like sardines, grounds were clean, the Horrible noise from the interstate was unbearable so spent a miserable sleepless night in this park. Never stayed in a nosier park. The WIFI work great most of the time. Was assigned one site but someone was already in it, so called the office where I was instructed to take "another one". Pick another RV Park. - RV-NCcamping
Nov 2015 - $30.00
Conveniently located and adjacent to I-30, Sunrise Campground boasts some of the most pristine restroom / shower facilities we have encountered during our time on the road. With plenty of open space, and numerous pull through sites to choose from, Sunrise RV Park's proximity to Texarkana (and surrounding communities) provides an excellent location for a quick 'overnight' stopover - or a lengthy multi-month stay. We easily connected to their Wi-Fi Network which provided a strong connection to the Internet, using laptops and smartphones, the entire duration of our stay. Although the campground sits right next to the Interstate, we did NOT find the traffic noise bothersome in the slightest. Occasionally, we would hear a train whistle in the middle of the night, but again, it wasn't an inconvenience in any way.
Our stay coincided with the new owners having assumed the reigns but one week prior, and as such, we didn't have an opportunity to meet them. However, we certainly enjoyed our stay.
One possible downside (which we didn't experience due to the season) might be the lack of shaded sites in the later summer months. Of course, shade or not, RV-ing in late summer across the southern states comes with Heat and Humidity no matter where one travels.
We will stay here again should we find ourselves in the area. - Todd and Heather
Jan 2015 - $17.00
This is the only park I've ever stayed at where I felt unsafe enough to sleep fully dressed. It's a mashup of an RV park and what looks like Section 8 housing. RVs stayed on the outer edge of the housing. No separating the RVs and the permanent residents in the buildings. The lot was level and wifi was good, but I feared I'd wake up and find my rig on cinderblocks and the wheels missing. It's right next to busy train tracks. Maybe a switching yard too, as there were a lot of crashing, banging and screeching noises all night. Narrow neighborhood street access and quite a ways off the freeway. If you are tired and out of options, it's available, but would advise looking somewhere else. - Doggie Mom
Oct 2014 - $18.00
This park is a bit off the main highway, and to get there one has to go down fairly narrow streets through a neighborhood. The park itself is part of a complex, that was once a motel, but has been converted into residents for people over 50. The sites were quite difficult to get into with our 40 foot motorhome. These are older sites with antiquated hookups (water next to sewer outlet, for example). Trees prevented access to satellite TV. There are only 30 amp hookups. The rate of $17.40 is the Passport America rate. Given the inconvenient distance from the highway, the difficulty getting into the site, and the the generally unsatisfactory nature of the site, we would definitely not stay here again. - hoppytoad
Mar 2014 - $32.00
Nice, level site park but a way from the Interstate and shower/restroom unheated. Single male and female shower/bath so if in use you need to wait. Manager courteous and friendly. Trains close but don't run often at night. - GMCr
Oct 2012 - $20.00
About what you would expect from a fairgrounds. We stayed in the area with long term residents so there were some messy sites. The other choice was to stay on the pavement near the buildings. Easy off of I-30 but the road is under construction so there is road noise. - mrracechaser
Apr 2012 - $23.00
$20 with Good Sam discount. Major construction on the exit requires you to drive south to then backtrack into the fairgrounds. There are two sections. The long term section is all dirt and dusty with mostly very old campers & such. The overnight parking is on a big paved circle with numbered boxes for power. You cannot get the box unlocked until after 4PM when the help shows up. Or rather was supposed to show up. We waited until 4:30 and called the office only to be told the guy was up at the office and would show up shortly. Once connected we were happy campers. - Ahrmless
Nov 2011 - $16.00
This is a great stopover point along I-30. BUT, the bathhouse/restrooms are horrible. No improvement since last Thanksgiving. You have to walk through a muddy lot to get to a dirty unkempt bathhouse in the arena. People are living in the restroom area. I will report to Good Sams and also to the Four States Fairground board. - hoganc
Sep 2016 - $33.00
Easy to get to, right off I-40. Electric, water and sewer were easily accessible. Turns were a little tight for our coach (42' Fifth wheel). Sites are kinda close together. Pool was small, and the bottom needed to be repainted. Only problem was because the park is so close to the interstate, there was a lot of road noise, and a set of train tracks not far from the park. Once inside the coach, AC on, there was minimal noise. We'd probably stay again. Only stayed one night. - usamacdonald2
Jul 2016 - $32.00
Close access to highway. Nice place to stay. The personnel are super friendly. They sell art work and camper novelty items. - rynho29
Jul 2016 - $41.00
An older park, it could certainly use some upgrades, our site was level and open so our satellite TV worked ok. The office staff was very friendly. Sadly we left this park with a sugar ant infestation as did our neighbors in the next site, we did report this to the office staff and they informed us that it had been reported by another guest and that the management had been apprised of the situation. Getting into and out of the park is a bit challenging, but not unbearable. There is also considerable noise from nearby Interstate highway which is small annoyance if you are a light sleeper. - Jim and Sina
Oct 2016 - $20.00
Great park, close to interstate and major highway but far enough away to be quiet at night. Nice level site, great full hook ups and friendly neighbors. The owner assisted us in the office and she was super friendly and helpful. And best of all free wifi that had a great signal! We will definitely stay here again. - Rick & Karen
Oct 2016 - $36.00
Huge park with mostly pull through and concrete streets. Security gate closes at night but you are given a code.Packed gravel and no grass. Perfectly level sites with good water, power and sewer locations.
We have stayed here before when traveling south and is easy access and very large sites and long pull through. We were able to level and remain hooked up for the night.
WIFI was good and strong as was the Verizon signal. Cable is advertised BUT you must ask for and hook up a box inside your rig. It comes with a cable and remote and must be returned when leaving. It hooks between the cable outlet and cable inlet behind the TV. You must then hook up cable from the power pedestal to your cable inlet. Reception was good but that is a little inconvenient.
We stayed in a fifth wheel and will stay here again. - Tigggerdad
Sep 2016 - $36.00
This was our first visit to this RV park. It is a convenient stopover if you are traveling from Memphis to Houston. It is a fairly new RV park. Our site was a level, gravel pull-thru site. The access roads are concrete, the hookups are good, the staff are friendly, and the WiFi is pretty good by RV park standards. There is a nice swimming pool on the grounds. The sites are close together, but we were in an area of the park that was relatively vacant, so this was not an issue for us. The negatives for this RV park are that there are no picnic tables on the sites, there is no recycling, and the gravel sites make things a bit dusty. Also, voltage was a bit low, so we threw our circuit breaker twice because we were drawing a lot of amps. The positives outweigh the negatives, however, and we would definitely stay here again if we were passing through Texarkana. - Byron Bailey
Mar 2016 - $15.00
Pick out your spot then register at the tire shop next door. Few long terms but a great overnight park. Some traffic noise. Lots are super long so no need to unhook. Lot facilities are great. Grass. Not so good laundry facilities. We were very satisfied. - Tworetired
Sep 2015 - $15.00
Park is close to I-30 and on a small highway. Easy access. Not a lot of trees but hookups work. Great for an overnight stay. Park is gravel and grass. Good satellite access. We would stay here again. - TripleE
Jun 2012 - $14.00
This park is primarily for full time residents. Sites are randomly spread around with no real site designations. The rest rooms were filthy - a sign said you had to remove your own used toilet paper - yuck. Wifi was not working and some of the electrical outlets were mounted on trees. It was quiet, but not one I would recommend. - bostonblackie
Mar 2012 - $9.00
Wonderful Christian RV park. No drugs, no alcohol allowed. Plenty of huge oak shade trees, or option for full sun. Very accommodating. A few full timers, very friendly. Owner lives on the property. We loved this quiet, peaceful park. - Tex&Claudia
Dec 2011 - $14.00
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in this quiet park. Not a lot of amenities, but so pleasant that we decided to stay an extra night under the tall oaks. Wireless was excellent. The park hosts a bluegrass festival twice a year, but in December it is just a simple, out of the way place to stay. The friendly resident cat helped check us in, then walked me around the place, showing off his park. All in all, a delightful surprise. - neimuexx
Oct 2016 - $27.00
This park is about 6 miles in from Highway 59 but is well worth the drive. The park looks new and has concrete drives and pads with picnic tables, grass between the sites and full hookups. It's got a view of a pond behind the park with a fountain. A few trees around but still not tall enough to be shady. While situated right along the highway, there was very little road noise at night. We would definitely stay here again. - pklhead2
Oct 2016 - $27.00
We've stayed here a couple of times in the past as this is an exceptionally clean, well manicured RV park! There's no gravel and no dust as the interior road and all sites are concrete. Most sites are about 60-65' long with about a 15' wide swath of grass between sites. There are a few long term RVs here but not many and they aren't junky. If you arrive with a reservation when the office is closed mid-day, there will be a note on the door with your site number. When making a reservation, just leave a message and they will call you back when the office is open. Other than some pond fishing for kids, there aren't any amenities here beyond your standard utilities. There's no cable TV but sites are good for satellite. Park wifi worked fine in the daytime and slow in the evenings. Verizon gave me 4G and a 3 bar signal. The RV parts store next door has some hard to find parts if you need anything. Contrary to another review, we got the Good Sam 10% discount for all 4 nights. - Danno
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Price does NOT reflect discount. Good Sam will get you a discount for one night, $24.
What a great park! After more than a month of either being in a maintenance bay or various city parks we may be a little easy to impress but I don't think that is the case. The park looks brand new, has an impeccable bathhouse, solid power, great water pressure, good wifi, and wide, smooth roads and pads. Each site also has a concrete patio with picnic table, but no fire rings or grills.
Verizon was a little weak for a good quality voice call but texting worked perfectly.
There is a private lake for catch-and-release fishing, a large event room (pretty sure they host rallies frequently) with a giant flat screen TV and beautiful fireplace.
This location is off the beaten path, there is no road noise that we can hear and only an occasional distant train horn.
We were only going to use this park as a one night layover but decided to add an extra night and kick back for a day in this little gem. - jperry29
Aug 2016 - $13.00
I gave this park a top rating because it usually is. One of our favorite. We were lucky to get in. It just reopened a coupe weeks ago. Last years rains flooded almost the entire park with probably 20 to 30 feet of water over most of the camping area. Two areas stayed above water and are now open with full hookups. The cleanup is going to take some time. The water is still over a few of the camp sites. Truly heartbreaking. Nice quiet park with lots of space between sites and most of the D and E loops which are now open are in shade. - 1texan
Apr 2016 - $13.00
Such a quiet and picturesque place. Deer wandering thru the area and the lake just a stroll away. Full hookups for $13 a night with the National Parks Senior Pass.
Be aware that due to the flooding in Texas in 2015 and more heavy rains this spring (2016) the park is partially flooded and all the lakefront sites in the "A" area will be closed until at least December. Stays are being limited to 14 days in any 30. Roads in the park are also closed and a longish diversion (Well Marked} is required to get to the campground. DO NOT take Clear Springs Road off the main road as the railroad crossing will hang up a long RV. - Brian n Barbara
Oct 2015 - $13.00
This is a beautiful park. Sites are paved and level. There are both full hook-up and W & E. If you choose the full hoop-up be aware that the sewer is at the very back of the site. Depending upon where your outlet is, you could need up to 30 feet of hose. There is a state park also on the lake but I wouldn't waste my time. We visited but not that great. Downside of this park is that there isn't much to do other than a short trail or fishing. But it's a great place to just relax and enjoy. - 1texan
May 2016 - $12.00
The rate reflects a Federal Senior Pass discount of 50%. When we stayed here about half of the sites were flooded. Most of the other COE campgrounds on the lake were closed because of flooding. Even so, the campground was not full during the week. Most of the sites have some shade trees. We were able to get satellite through a hole in the trees at our site. We had very good Verizon data and voice. There is a gate attendant and the gate is locked during the night to give some security. However, during the day, there are a lot of lookers driving past. The lake is visible from most sites. Overall, the campground could be very nice, but it has a tired, sort of dirty look. It could use some help. There is a pump of some type near the campground which runs continually. If you are around site 16, you will be able to hear this pump very well, which we would find very annoying. The park, overall, was quiet during the week. Unfortunately, some of the longer term folks have put up lights that are very bright, so it is not dark at night. We would probably try to stay at one of the other COE campgrounds if in the area again. - TheJim
Nov 2014 - $12.00
The park was very clean. The gate attendant was friendly.
The weather was cool, but I fished from shore for a couple hours.
I enjoyed my stay though I had business in town.
I had a beautiful lake front lot. It was quiet and peaceful.
I will camp here again if business calls in this neck of the woods. - esqtds
Sep 2011 - $10.00
This is a fair corps park. It has good sites with full hookups if needed. While it is nice to have trees totally around you - it is not good for satellite reception. So if you need to watch TV you might want to select a site, if you can find one, without trees. The bathrooms were grungy and typical campground type of surroundings. Fortunately it had rained so we didn't have to smell any campfires. - bostonblackie