This is a very nice park with lots of room. The restrooms that have showers look almost new and are very clean. The sites are large and well separated. There are several different camping areas each with it's own set of amenities. They could use more bathrooms. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice laid back campground with many waterside sites that are very spacious. Campground is a long way from town on a windy 2 lane road. Could have more bathrooms and shower houses. We would definitely return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
When we got there our sight was in the sun. The temperature was about 103. We ask if we could have another sight with shade. They security-gate attendant said sure just drive around and pick a sight at no extra charge for switching. We found a nice shaded spot #14, it was pretty level and good for satellite dish, with nice view of the lake. There are a lot of deer in the park but no bother to the campers. Horseshoe Bend is a very quite park, nice people to talk. The park is located southeast of Rogers, Arkansas, a city of 55,000. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were disappointed that a lot of the non reservable sites were not available to recent flooding, but that was no fault of the parks. Everything was wonderful while we were there. Nice bathrooms with showers. Great park for walks; so much to explore. We can't wait to go back! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed on the peninsula that is first-come, first-served. Our site was at the end, near a water faucet and facing a cove on the lake. We could pull the boat up to the shore near the camper. Site had privacy and shade. We kept extending our stay. It was great. Beautiful sunrises and sunsets and great fishing. Hosts were very nice and friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a Corp of Engineers Park. We always camp at Corp Parks. We made our reservations in January 2009 for July when we arrived there on July 11 our site was taken plus park people said it was for a 50 ft trailer which we don't have. Site was only 20ft deep and our trailer wouldn't fit on it. A pop-up wouldn't even fit. Furthermore we had no place to turn around and had to drive on the grass. Cars parked on grass everywhere. The park ranger sent us to Praire Creek. Not enough shower house in this park, only had 3 with 2 stalls in each one.
We camped here in a Travel Trailer.