Glamping near Fort Smith

Explore the Ozark Mountains from Fort Smith campgrounds on the banks of the Arkansas River.

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97% (87 reviews)

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12 top glamping sites near Fort Smith

Boston Mountain Arkansas Adventures

2 sites · Lodging, Tents20 acres · Mountainburg, AR
Welcome to our serene retreat situated on 20 acres! We offer: 1 primitive campsite 1 cozy tiny home Explore our established walking trails and admire our fish pond (fishing not yet available). Campsite 1 is now open and features a tent platform, camping table, and a fire pit for your enjoyment. Our charming tiny home spans 400 sq ft and includes 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, full-sized appliances, and a 100 sq ft deck overlooking the pond. Nearby attractions include: Lake Fort Smith Ozark Highland Trail (OHT) Ozark-St. Francis National Forest Devils Den State Park Devils Canyon Shores Lake Rec Area Fern Rec Area Mulberry River Natural Dam Illinois River Mt. Magazine State Park Fayetteville to Bentonville Bike Trail University of Arkansas Please remember, this is mountainous country; black bears, foxes, deer, coyotes, and even feral pigs may be in the area at any given time.
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Tin Top Village

3 sites · Lodging3 acres · Fayetteville, AR
3 private cabins in the country, isolated yet accessible, park-like setting with glamp-camp accommodations! Great ride for bicyclist or motorcycles. Less than 10 miles to University of Arkansas Campus. Near Lake Sequoyah Park, Stonebridge Meadows Golf Course. Base camp to events and venues across Northwest Arkansas. Be close to happenings in Fayetteville, yet have a country get-away feel. Hike the property, enjoy campfire gatherings, relax with all the conveniences of home.
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Sacred Pines

12 sites · Lodging, Tents75 acres · Boles, AR
Surrounded by thousands of acres of National Forest, enjoy secluded time in nature! Stay in our off-grid treehouses, peaceful campsites, cozy tiny homes, and handcrafted cabins, allowing you to connect with others in the wild. We are located near many hiking trails, kayaking spots, swimming holes, atv and bike trails and so muchg more!
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Bill’s Berry Farm

3 sites · Lodging7 acres · Prairie Grove, AR
We have seven acres of partly wooded land along the Illinois River. There are a few swimming holes that we enjoy. We also tent out a treehouse, so guests share the woods and river when they are rented at the same time. There are two blueberries fields (fruit is in season during June/July). We also have peacocks.
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Nature Lover's Peaceful Getaway

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Mansfield, AR
Nestled in a quiet location between the Ouachita National Forest and the Ozark National forest, sits a cozy camper on a serene private 10 acres. Enjoy a quiet, private camping experience surrounded by a beautiful wooded landscape plus a large pond. Centrally located to many popular attractions in the natural state, this tranquil destination will be sure to excite nature lovers looking to escape the big city. Sip your morning coffee while you watch the sunrise over the pond and enjoy the beauty of the natural wildlife including deer, wild turkey, and rabbits.
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End of the Trail

5 sites · Lodging65 acres · Boles, AR
This property was once home to American Indians and arrowhead are abundant.Learn more about this land:65 acres on the Foursch La Fave river surrounded by Ouachita National Forest.. This property has access to ATV trails, horse back riding, Kayaking, hiking, along with great sunrises and beautiful sunsets. At the property entrance we have a 3 bedroom 2 bath home that is available for rent thru Evolve.
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Off The Grid-ish Nature Getaway

6 sites · Lodging, Tents38 acres · Magazine, AR
Adventure awaits you in this rustic getaway. Enjoy the outdoors with beautiful scenery, walk or hike the trails, go fishing in one or both of our private ponds (catch & release) or simply relax by the fire pit and make memories. You may see deers, hogs, foxes, bobcats, coyotes, skunks, raccoons, rabbits, turtles, snakes around this 38 acres stay. Located about 10 miles from Mt. Magazine State Park. Nestled between the Ozarks and Ouachita National Forests. Bunk bed can sleep 3, twin over full size. Has sink, microwave, small fridge with freezer, there are no sheets on mattresses. There are mattress protection covers on them. Two blankets, 3 pillows, charcoal grill, fan, firepit. Electricity so you can charge your phones. No shower or indoor bathroom but does have camper portable porta potty. Can bring small camper or popup but no Rv. Tents are welcome. Dollar General & gas station 1.5 miles away. Walmart 7 miles away. Smoking allowed, please use ash tray. Don’t throw buds out anywhere. No drugs allowed. Instant coffee, tea, dishes etc is provided but please don’t take home with you, it is for all future guests. Please respect our land. Pick up your trash, use trash cans. No littering. Bring your own fishing gear if you plan on fishing, (catch and release.) No hunting. Maybe other guest on other tent sites please respect others.
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Fourche Mountain Campground

70 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents40 acres · Boles, AR
Welcome to our 40-acre campground featuring convenient pull-thru RV sites equipped with water and electric connections (50 & 30amp), with a dump station available on exit. Our facilities include a clean showerhouse for your comfort. Choose from our 5-bedroom cabin, where you can rent the upstairs (2 bedrooms) or downstairs (3 bedrooms with a full kitchen). Enjoy the outdoor kitchen for your culinary needs. For a unique experience, we offer a glamping tent with both heating and air conditioning, accompanied by a nighttime potty. Start your day with a cup of coffee, provided for your convenience. Our location is adjacent to the Fourche Mountain ATV Trails, and the Ouachita Hiking Trail is in close proximity. Explore nearby attractions such as Hot Springs Spas, horse racing, and the renowned Mt Ida crystals. Whether you're an outdoor enthusiast or looking for a relaxing getaway, our campground has something for everyone.
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Morning Light Mountain Lodge

1 site · Lodging6 acres · Poteau, OK
After years of searching, we finally found that one perfect place, our own slice of a mountain with spectacular views and access to so many of our favorite outdoor adventure activities.  By the Grace of God, we have made a place we adore.Learn more about this land:Morning Light Mountain Lodge is our 5.7 acre dream come true on the side of Round Mountain in the Ouachita Mountains. We have several beautiful hiking trails and two breathtaking vistas at which to gaze at the picturesque mountains in the distance. “Meandering Trail” takes you to where the property borders the gigantic Ouachita National Forest. Keep going if you please. It’s 1.8 Million acres of wilderness made just for you! A true hunters paradise teeming with deer and other wildlife. The national forest is also accessible via Roger’s Pass and an easement. Bring your ATVs!If you like spectacular sunrises then this is the place for you. Just pray you have enough disk space on your camera! The Legendary Talimena Byway is just a few miles down the road; a 54 mile winding wonderland across the backs of the mighty. Winding Stair and Ridge Mountains with dozens of pull-offs and vistas that are a feast for the senses. Plenty of Ouachita’s endless hiking trails can be accessed from the byway. Kayaking the incredible Kiamichi river can also be on your agenda. Check out paddlers websites and forums for details and ideal entry points. Anyone like fishing? Oklahoma’s premier Bass fishing lake, Cedar Lake is a short 20 minute drive. Just wait till you see this lake; the happy little lake you’d expect in a Bob Ross masterpiece. Morning Light Mountain Lodge is a beautiful and wild place with plenty to keep you busy enjoying God’s Creation. It has a remote feel but is easily accessible from Talihina, LeFlore, Wister, Poteau, and Fort Smith, AR. Come and visit this magical place. You’ll be glad you did!
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Lisa Christiansen’s Childhood Home

3 sites · Lodging2 acres · Tahlequah, OK
A place carved out of history dating back over 200 years ago. This is where history welcomes you to the Cherokee culture. This land has been handed down for generations and has stayed in the family beginning on my mother’s side of the family, Mary Ann Groundhog, the fourth generation great granddaughter of Sequoyah on the “Dick” side of my family tree. My mother was heavily involved with AIM (American Indian movement). My dad was the last monolingual Cherokee. His name was Mack Vann, he was a man who loved culture and sharing it with visitors and handed down that passion to me. My hip camper site is named after my daddy, I am still a daddy‘s girl. The land originated before Sequoyah. who created the Cherokee syllabary. Sequoyah was my fifth generation great grandfather and I am very proud of my Cherokee heritage, I would love to share my culture, my tradition, and my passion with you. Learn more about this land: Come and experience the authenticity of Tahlequah, Indian country, Oklahoma where almost every resident is Cherokee, Native American, Nature at its most organic state; A place where deer run free, the sunset paints a new picture each evening with glorious colors of warmth and serenity. Away from the hustle and bustle, peaceful, and inviting. Just a short hike or drive to Todd’s access or you can swim, fish, or float down the beautiful Illinois River. Welcome to Oklahoma’s best kept secret. * * * * FREE HIGH SPEED WIFI * * * * Up to 1,000 Mbps upload and download speeds With upload speeds matching download speeds, you can transfer and back up large files with ease. Unlimited data usage, no data caps or throttling. Capacity for all your devices
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Panorama Point Farm

3 sites · Lodging15 acres · West Fork, AR
Panorama Point Farm is surrounded by mountain and valley views for miles as far as the eye can see. Unplug, relax, and just take in nature. Watch the wind blowing through the trees, swaying them back and forth. Feel the brisk evening air amongst a warm crackling fire. Panorama Point Farm is a place to truly unwind!! We are surrounded by almost 500 acres of undeveloped land on 3 sides of our property. There a huge rock facings on the upper ridge that are visible from the campers. Guests are also welcome at our personal fire pit. You will usually find us at the fire pit most evenings enjoying the views at dusk.
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Rustic Retreat

1 site · Lodging5 acres · Le Flore, OK
Learn more about this land:Pine forest with hard woods (Hickory, Oak etc...}. Location is full of thick woods with a small pond right off the cabin balcony. Quite porch and fire pit with plenty of privacy.
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Looking for a unique camping experience near Fort Smith, Arkansas? Look no further than Hipcamp! With over 225 glamping options available in the area, you'll be sure to find the perfect accommodation to suit your needs. Whether you're looking for a cozy cabin, a stylish yurt, or a luxurious safari tent, Hipcamp has got you covered. And with prices starting as low as $10 per night, camping has never been more affordable. Want to know which campsites are the best? Check out these top-rated options: Red Fern (334 reviews), Open-air Meditation Sanctuary (104 reviews), and Ouachita River Haven (82 reviews). Plus, you'll have access to popular amenities like potable water, trash service, and showers. And if you're into off-roading, wildlife watching, or whitewater paddling, there are plenty of exciting activities to keep you entertained. So why wait? Start planning your glamping adventure today with Hipcamp!

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