We stayed here with the sole purpose of visiting the Pea Ridge National Military Park. It was within 10 miles of the park so the drive was convenient. You better write or print the directions from the highway to the RV park from the RV website because we could not locate it on either of the two navigation systems we use (Garmin and EZ Navigator). It is approximately 7 to 9 miles off the freeway and down a windy road. We didn't know that when we selected it and may have looked elsewhere. The park itself is interesting. Some long term folks, campsites on steep terraces, and gravel roads. Very tight turns maneuvering. Probably wouldn't stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Staff friendly and helped get us to our site. Sites are long: able to get a 40' and tow vehicle in. Very shaded. Sites are gravel and level with good hookups: park is multi-level. Hard to maneuver for big rigs but got sites by road. Lot of permanent campers live here. No real access to lake. Has clean showers and laundry room. No pool, closest store 3 miles away. OK campground if you want to just sit and relax. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for three days during the Bikes, Blues and BBQ Rally. The office staff was really nice and helpful. The site was a long pull through, hook ups were in good working order and arranged nicely. There is a lot of room between sites, security was excellent, and the park was quiet at night. This park is the best deal going for the money in the area. I'd definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for the Biker/Blues & BBQ Festival. RV park really nice and clean. Attendants are very friendly and helpful. A little bit of a challenge to get to (windy, turns, twisty roads). We were in a 41' camper w/a 12' long trailer attached. Sites concreted, but kind of dusty. We had no sewer problems as someone earlier commented on. There was no cable or TV connections, but that was ok with us. (We have dvd's to watch.) We left early to ride our motorbikes and came in late. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park brought back a previous owner to manage it. We were met with excellent customer service and enjoyed over a week here with relatives. Would recommend this park to anyone who is traveling in the NW Arkansas area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Bare bones: mostly a water park. Very old but it looks like the new owner is making site and road improvements. Facilities limited to your site. We took a CTC discount but I wonder when they were rated last by CTC for it is not what one might expect. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.