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The 20 best camping spots in Arkansas.

With 50 state parks and two and a half million acres of national forest, it's no wonder Arkansas is called The Natural State.

Primitive Creek Camping
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1. Primitive Creek Camping

We have 10 acres of land in Vilonia Arkansas. A creek flows through the back of our land. We are very excited to share our woods with other...

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Jb Trading Co. Camp
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2. Jb Trading Co. Camp

Pitch your own tent. Each site has a fire ring and picnic table. Don't forget access to our ultra nice bath house. Heated and cooled, tile...

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Yeon Joon: I stayed two nights at Thanksgiving week with my wife and a friend. Jeff was amazing. He gave us hot water for our Korean...
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From the bubbling hot springs to the densely-wooded Ozarks, Arkansas has an outdoor character all its own. Head to the Arkansas River for unrivaled RV camping, and explore the hiking, fishing and boating opportunities that abound. In a state blanketed by state parks and national forests, finding a secluded spot to set up camp along the shores of a scenic lake or pristine woods Read more...
From the bubbling hot springs to the densely-wooded Ozarks, Arkansas has an outdoor character all its own. Head to the Arkansas River for unrivaled RV camping, and explore the hiking, fishing and boating opportunities that abound. In a state blanketed by state parks and national forests, finding a secluded spot to set up camp along the shores of a scenic lake or pristine woods is as easy as tapping your finger on a map. But for the real Arkansas treatment, head to Hot Springs National Park, where these scorching natural baths are the best way to ease your muscles after a long day of hiking. Buffalo River, one of the few undammed rivers left in the lower 48 states, was the first to be designated a National River. A float down its fast rapids and quiet pools, as you take in the towering bluffs and vibrant mountain, will make you glad you booked a campsite right on the banks of this spectacular river.
Wooded Trails
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3. Wooded Trails

We have five sites with individual fire rings cleared in a wooded area down a pleasant trail. We are backed up against a section of National...

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Erwin Estates High Point
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4. Erwin Estates High Point

Welcome to the Erwin Estate! Pitch your tent in our Erwin Estates High Point and have access to your own picnic table and a lookout tower with a...

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Crater of Diamonds State Park allows visitors to dig for diamonds, amethyst, garnet, agate, and quartz.
John F. Kennedy Campground

5. John F. Kennedy Campground

Located on the sloping banks of Little Red River, John F. Kennedy Campground is a must-see, must-do for water-loving hipcampers. Providing modern...

Dam Site Campground

6. Dam Site Campground

Dam Site Campground offers more than the average getaway! This huge collection of campsites offer about a 50/50 split between full-service and...

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Arkansas is home to the World Championship Duck Calling Contest.
Heber Springs Campground

7. Heber Springs Campground

Heber Springs Campground is an outdoor enthusiasts dream! Located on the shores of the stunning Greers Ferry Lake, there is no shortage of...

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Old Highway 25 Campground

8. Old Highway 25 Campground

Family fun is easy to come by at Old Highway 25 Campground. Modern facilities and amenities make it easy to enjoy everything this sizeable spot has...

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Franklin D. Roosevelt, Babe Ruth and Al Capone have all bathed in Arkansas' famous Hot Springs National Park.
Cove Creek Campground

9. Cove Creek Campground

Nestled on the lower stretches of Greers Ferry Lake, Cove Creek Campground is lined by primitive and modern campsites, all sitting alongside the...

Woolly Hollow Campground

10. Woolly Hollow Campground

One thing that is underrated when people talk about lakeside camping is tube floating. Like, does it get any more chill than that? Floating, ya'll!...

"Arkansas" comes from the Sioux word "acansa," meaning a downward place.
Shiloh Campground

11. Shiloh Campground

Cast away at Shiloh Campground! Multiple boat launches at this large, well-equipped site will have you out on gorgeous Greers Ferry Lake in no...

Narrows Campground

12. Narrows Campground

If your idea of a good camping trip is sleeping by a sparkling lake amidst the Ozarks, than Narrows Campground is your huckleberry! Enjoy a...

Devils Fork Campground

13. Devils Fork Campground

Find a little slice of camping heaven at Devils Fork Campground. Located on Greers Ferry Lake, this place is perfect for the whole fan-damily....

Hill Creek Campground

14. Hill Creek Campground

Nestled alongside Greers Ferry Lake, Hill Creek Campground provides you with well-kept and modern campsites to enjoy the best of the Ozarks! Bring...

Sugar Loaf Campground

15. Sugar Loaf Campground

Life is sweet at Sugar Loaf Campground. This sizeable retreat has a mix of modern and classic amenities, and the shoreline location provides plenty...

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Choctaw Campground

16. Choctaw Campground

Situated on the Western banks of Greers Ferry Lake, Choctaw Campground is lined by primitive and modern campsites, all offering stunning views of...

Willow Beach Campground

17. Willow Beach Campground

Just minutes away from Little Rock, Willow Beach Campground is a great little get-a-way to the riverfront of the Arkansas River. Located next to...

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Toad Suck Campground

18. Toad Suck Campground

Creviced between the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains lies Toad Suck Campground, an area known to provide breathtaking views, and well, not suck at...

Jacksonport Campground

19. Jacksonport Campground

With a mix of sun and shade, Jacksonport Campground is a choice spot to set up camp with some sites directly on the water. If you decide to pitch a...

Maumelle Campground

20. Maumelle Campground

Nestled alongside the Arkansas River, Maumelle Campground is a sure pick for the nature lovers! Cozy on up in your spacious campsite, and enjoy...