Nice campground on Beaver Lake. We took the recommendation to book one of the sites, 72-77 which can handle the larger RV's. Sites were shaded and well maintained. If you are looking for waterfront this campground does not offer it. Most of the sites do not have a view of the lake but it does have a boat ramp and marina. The marina was great with boat rentals and a restaurant. You will need transportation to get from your site to the lake unless you book one of the sites near the day use area. Beaver Lake is beautiful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great campground to stay at and visit the area. It's just outside Rogers. There are lakeview sites. However, the only sites that are big rig friendly are the ones in the 70's. You will find plenty of sites that are long enough, but the access is either too steep or you have a very small turnaround loop; stay in sites 72-78. There is only one shower house in the whole park (bathrooms on each loop), the showers are new and clean. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you are camping in a tent, pop-up, truck camper or small trailer, this is a good choice for you. It is a nice shaded campground with lake access. Even then, the bathrooms only have 2 stalls, no showers and have bugs and cobwebs. Many sites have no water, and many sites are small and not level. We travel in a 36' motorhome and had a difficult time just driving around the park, to find a level site that we could back into. So we gave this a 5 rating for a Motorhome, for "campers", it could be an 8. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful campground on Beaver Lake. The sites closest to the swim beach and marina are heavily shaded and have great views of the lake. The water is very clear and the beach and facilities were well maintained. While many of the sites are large and easy to navigate, there are also many more which are amazingly small and completely unsuited for even medium sized rigs. Some of the loops would trap anything larger than a car and a pop-up so be aware before starting down any smaller loops (sites 90-112 are small). There are two areas which are suited for medium/large units. The first is near the swim beach (sites in the 50's) and there is another loop with sites specifically for large rigs (sites 81-89). If you're tent camping, all of the sites are great. Pros: lots of shade, beautiful beach and lake Cons: some of the sites/loops are very tight and unsuitable for anything bigger than a pop-up. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a really old Corps park. Sites are not leveled, in fact the dump station is even on a hill. We had to move to 3 different sites to get our motorhome level without having the rear wheels off the ground. Sites were paved and spacious and the campground was very quiet. Lots of trees so satellite can be a problem. Our Verizon cell worked fine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is also a Corp of Engineer park let me first state we normally love Corp parks. This is the first time we ever had complaints. They have 2 shower houses with only 2 stalls in each one but one shower house was down completely. To me this is a health issue. We asked the campground host since we have an outdoor shower head could we buy a little portable shower house and use that? The host said yes. So four days later the park ranger yelled at us. We stated that we were to use a special soap as to not hurt the soil. We stated that the people next to us had a little pool, didn't matter. He almost fined us. The day we were leaving the campground host was washing his camper with soap. That is not fair. Call the Corp of Engineers to complain, no luck. Drive the extra hour and stay at Devil Den Campground. We spent a full day there, perfect campground had pool, cafe, lots of showers and very clean. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.