Barns in Arkansas with a private bathroom

With 52 state parks and two and a half million acres of national forest, you can soak in hot springs, hunt for diamonds, or cast a line in the Natural State.

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2 top barns sites in Arkansas with a private bathroom

The Crooked Angel Bell Tent

2 sites · Lodging30 acres · Greers Ferry, AR
Welcome to our property, nestled on 30 acres within the city of Greers Ferry. We're conveniently located just a quarter mile from the lake and a mere 2 miles from three different marinas and swimming areas—Shiloh, Devil's Fork, and Narrows. Enjoy catch-and-release fishing in our pond, and bathroom facilities are available for shared use at the barn. Alternatively, feel free to bring your own facilities and take advantage of our outdoor shower.
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The Little Red Barn

2 sites · Lodging21 acres · Calico Rock, AR
The Little Red Barn is a unique venue that used to be a working haybarn on farm property. It boasts a vaulted ceiling and a half loft area with an interior of only 680 sq ft. Nestled in the Ozark Mountains of northern Arkansas in a 20-acre hayfield, the rural surroundings of ponds, trees, and wildlife add to its simple and natural beauty. With state highway access, this location is perfect for a wide variety of activities such as photography shoots, film scenes, and weddings. The history of the barn and property creates an interesting storyline and backdrop for a wide variety of needs. Located 4 miles from Calico Rock White River access. 3 miles from Calico Creek at Rand Park. 4 miles to Pepper Sauce Alley ghost town. 8 miles from Norfork White River access and Norfork Brewery. Campsites and RV sites are also available on the property in outlying areas.
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Barns in Arkansas with a private bathroom guide

Overview

Arkansas is full of surprises, with botanical gardens, ancient cave systems, and massive lakes that draw anglers, water sports enthusiasts, and birders. It’s also a hot spot for rockhounding, with tons of mineral-rich mines and quarries where visitors can hunt for everything from quartz to diamonds. Here you’ll also find one of the most unusual national parks in the country—Hot Springs National Park—where campers can "take the waters" in traditional bathhouses, just as people did more than a century ago. Fishing and birdwatching are popular Arkansas pastimes, and many state campgrounds sit on or near lakes. Keep your eyes peeled for bald eagles, who nest across Arkansas in the winter months.

Where to go

Northwestern Arkansas

Northwestern Arkansas

Northwest Arkansas is one of the fastest-growing regions of the state, offering a mix of cute towns and Ozark adventure. The largest state park in Arkansas, the Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area, is here, offering 54 miles of trails and campsites only reachable by mountain bike. Major geological features in the region include the Boston Mountains (part of the southern Ozarks), a forested region full of hiking trails, caves, and springs, particularly in the Ozark-St. Francis National Forest.

Southwestern Arkansas

Southwest Arkansas is characterized by lakes, wooded forests, and plenty of opportunities to get out and rockhound. Highlights include Crater of Diamonds State Park, where visitors can dig for diamonds and other minerals, and Millwood State Park, a popular spot for fishing, birdwatching, and camping.

Central Arkansas

Central Arkansas is home to the state capital and biggest city, Little Rock. About an hour away sits Hot Springs National Park, with its historic bathhouses, a couple of which invite visitors to soak to this day. Camping opportunities abound—you can rent campsites and cabins year-round at Lake Ouachita State Park or try to nab one of the first-come, first-served sites at Lake Sylvia Recreation Area, celebrated for its 18-acre lake.

Northeastern Arkansas

Northeastern Arkansas offers opportunities for fishing, water sports, and learning about what life was like in this region many years ago. Highlights include the Parkin Archaeological State Park, which preserves 17 acres of what was once a Native American village, and the Hampson Archeological Museum State Park, where you can check out archaeological artifacts from the area.

Southeastern Arkansas

Southeastern Arkansas' Lower Delta Region offers a mix of historic Civil War sites, scenic lakes, and opportunities for bird- and wildlife-watching. Hit Lake Chicot, the largest natural lake in the state, and the Arkansas Post National Memorial, a National Park Service-run living history museum showcasing life on the Grand Prairie in the late 1800s.

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