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Ozark-St. Francis National Forests

Ozark-St. Francis National Forests, Arkansas

Two distinct forests rolled into one package! That means twice the amount of outdoorsy goodness to explore. The Ozark National Forest covers most of the Ozark Mountains, including the highest peak in Read more...
Two distinct forests rolled into one package! That means twice the amount of outdoorsy goodness to explore. The Ozark National Forest covers most of the Ozark Mountains, including the highest peak in the state. It’s awesome here when the dogwood and redbuds bloom in the spring, and when the leaves change color in the fall. The St. Francis National Forest is more diverse, with the St. Francis and Mississippi Rivers running through it, as well as lakes, valleys, and tons of wildlife. It’s the only place in the national forest system where you can access the Mississippi River from the shore, so that right there is a must do! The whole expanse of land is filled with multi-use trails, hundreds of campsites, spots for swimming, fishing, and boating, and even some amazing caves to explore. Mother Nature crushing it as usual.
White Rock Mountain Recreation Area
Gabi
Gabi: The drive up is steep and rocky so take a vehicle that can handle it. Also this is black bear country...
Lake Wedington Recreation Area
A charming, family-friendly destination surrounded on three sides by water (with picnicking areas and...
Richland Creek Recreation Area
For a rich, peaceful experience in a remote, mountainous destination, visit Richland Creek Recreation...
Wolf Pen Recreation Area
What do you get when you cross canoeing, beer, and dramatic vistas of rock bluffs? We like to call it...
Ozone Recreation Area
The basics is what you'll get at the Ozone Recreation Area. Any way you slice it, that's a pretty...
Redding Recreation Area
Enjoy the sweet lack of noise pollution at Redding Recreation Area, a quiet, forested area with easy...
Cove Lake Recreation Area
Clove Lake Recreation Area is a sight to behold, especially as it boasts the highest point in Arkansas...
Fairview Recreation Area
There are plenty of fair views to be had while camping at the Fairview Recreations Area. Mother Nature...
Long Pool Recreation Area
Besides offering access to a huge variety of recreational activities—including swimming, canoeing,...
Huckleberry Mountain Horse Trail
Rugged, remote, and the ultimate equine adventure, the Huckleberry Mountain Horse Trail provides over...
Moccasin Gap Horse Trail
Set yourself up to take advantage of one of the best rides in Arkansas by dropping in for the night at...
Ozark Highlands Trail
Gabi
Gabi: There are several places to camp along the OHT. Do your research and get a guidebook (and even some...
Shores Lake Recreation Area
Gabi
Gabi: This is one of my favorite car camping spots. They have a swim beach and fishing. Its not a well known...
Spring Lake Recreation Area
Callie
Callie: A nice surprise in Arkansas. You can hike all along the river canyon and enjoy the beautiful scenery....
Brock Creek Lake Recreation Area
If you’re looking to avoid the crowds and explore the Arkansas wilds, head to Brock Creek Recreation...
Gunner Pool Recreation Area
Willie
Willie: Be sure to check if the water is running when you set up camp. Last time we were there, it wasn't...
Blanchard Springs Recreation Area
Time to chase down some waterfalls at Blanchard Springs Recreation Area! Dust off your hiking boots...
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Baby Bears Camp
Scottie
Scottie: Located in the small town of West Fork, amidst the Ozarks, Baby Bears Camp was a perfect introduction...
Earthbag Forest
Cody
Cody: Pitch your tent, in our 20 acre wooded ozark wonderland, but be weary of our fearsome chicken, goldie....
The Swimming Hole
Dan
Dan: Perfect campsite. Close to Fayetteville and the kids loved playing in the river. Grant was a great...
Sunny Hill Farm
grant
Grant: Pitch your tent next to a creek on a remote 45 acre farm. Pick your own herbs to pair with your camp...
Morningstar
Scottie
Scottie: Morningstar is tucked into the undulating Ozark landscape that makes up picturesque Eureka Springs....
The Farm-Mountain View Camping
Jon
Jon: The Farm is a campground nestled in the hills of the Ozarks near Eureka Springs. It sits on 160 acres...
Open-air Meditation Sanctuary
Andrea
Andrea: I really valued my time here at the sanctuary. Heidi was such an incredible host, we walked the path...
Sparks Landing
Victor
Victor: Fantastic! Took the family to Sparks Landing this weekend and knocked Kayaking off the bucket list...
Yellow Brick Road Campground
Viiram
Viiram: Mostly dispersed camping, pick your own spot, with a few "designated campsites" with picnic tables and...
Eureka Springs & White River
Robin
Robin: Pitch a tent or stay in a Cute Gypsy Wagon for Ozark Mountain Experience. 4. 5 miles west of Eureka...
Fire Om Earth Retreats
Lorna
Lorna: Pitch you tent on a tree house platform in the woods. Hike the 15 acres. Clearings and seating places...
Devils Den Campground
Gabi
Gabi: There is so much to do at Devil's Den. There is of course camping: primitive, rv and cabins. Trails...
Jb Trading Co. Camp
Yeon Joon
Yeon Joon: I stayed two nights at Thanksgiving week with my wife and a friend. Jeff was amazing. He gave us hot...
Off-Grid Camping
Kelly
Kelly: 120 Acres with beautiful views including several remote camping spots. Whether you want wide open...
Shepherd's Field
Steve
Steve: Pitch your tent in the wooded area for total peace and quiet. The furthest camp site is less than 5...
Hickory Creek Park Campground
Family-friendly and ready to host anyone who knows how to have fun, Hickory Creek Campground is an...
War Eagle Campground
At War Eagle Campground, the only thing you'll have to battle over is which of you Mother Nature loves...
Horseshoe Bend Campground
Holy campsites, Batman! Horseshoe Bend Campground has noooo shortage of 'em, and what's more is...