The best camping near Devil's Den State Park

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Hike past ancient rock formations or take a pedalboat out on the lake.  

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Wilderness Rider Buffalo Ranch

40 sites · RVs, Tents2500 acres · Jasper, AR
With a lifetime of love for the Ozarks Donny is anxious to share this unique opportunity to experience true wilderness with you. The trails are maintained with respect for the natural growth and inhabitants of the area. You may encounter wild elk and deer. Of course, visiting the property's herd of buffalo is a must.Your camping fees entitle you to hike the trail system.We also offer motorized recreation if you bring your 4 wheeler, side by side, Jeep, dirt bike or bicycle. Additional fees apply to wheeled trail recreation.
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Red Fern

8 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents7 acres · St Paul, AR
One of Arkansas' greatest treasures. Less than a minute from the Kings River Falls Trail-head, and nestled alongside the headwaters of the Kings River in Venus Arkansas. This is a remote and rugged campground with caves, bluffs, swimming holes and river a plenty. This campground has a grand exhibition of the same sandstone formation that is responsible for the Whitaker Point (Hawksbill Crag) formation. Clovis like points have been found here, and so one might assume the bluffs and crags here have been inhabited for millennia. This 7 acre property is completely surrounded by Arkansas Natural Heritage-Natural Area. There are miles of trails and cooling waters at every turn. If you like Kings River Falls, get ready to fall in love with this Red Fern Campground. So pack your curiosity, lace up your hiking boots, and let the whispering leaves guide you. Kings River Falls awaits, ready to share its secrets with those who listen. Where time slows down and the modern world fades away. Every turn reveals a new wonder; a hidden waterfall an unnoticed cave or bluff or a moss-covered boulder. It’s not just a place; it’s an experience an invitation to step beyond the ordinary and into a world where magic still thrives and fairy tales come alive. Here, the forest whispers secrets, and the river sings a timeless song. Most of our campsites are just yards away from a public swimming area, which is shared between our property and the Arkansas Natural Area. You should expect local traffic at the main swimming area during your stay. We have a private swimming area on our property which is just a short hike from the developed campsites (Please ask the camphost for directions). There are miles of county maintained bumpy dirt roads leading to the site. Expect your vehicle to get dusty. There is a creek crossing that is required to reach the campsites. We recommend high clearance and/or 4WD or AWD vehicles. If you are unable to cross the creek, you will need to park in the parking area and walk across the creek to reach your site.
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Bentonville Bike Camp

17 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents10 acres · Bentonville, AR
Welcome to Bentonville Bike Camp; Where Bikers 🚴‍♂️ Come to Relax. Hipcamp is a platform for property owners to allow campers onto their property. If you're looking for a commercial campground, we are not it. Learn more about this land: Just two miles from the highway and on a very peaceful piece of land. Great for gravel mountain bikers because we are on the gravel road and you can connect to the riding trails from here. We have a total of 10 acres of grass available to choose from; two sites with a 110 hook up. We have fresh well water to fill your tanks and a dump station. There's a bike stand to wash your bikes, community fire pit* to get to know others, clean and well-maintained port a potty, and now with a heated outdoor shower! The creek runs in the spring or after a good rain. Good dogs are always welcome. We are avid mountain bikers and travelers and we live on the property. Don't want to hassle with a tent? We've got a great A-frame... check it out! We've been hosting since May '22 and it has been a blast! We pride ourselves on offering our guest plenty of space and a peaceful, country setting. Biking distant to nearby trails - 2 miles to Slaughter Pen or Handcut Hallow. Less than 1 mile to the Snowbird trailhead, part of the Back 40. *Firepits are also at sites 1-4, as well as one in the meadow for dispersed camping.
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Bullwick Farms

5 sites · Tents50 acres · West Fork, AR
Bullwick Farms is a 65 acre farm located only 4 miles off I49 at the West Fork exit. Nestled perfectly between the hustle and bustle of the college town (only 15min to Fayetteville) and the quiet serinity of Devils Den State Park (only 15 miles further on 170) our farm has a magnificent hilltop view well worth the hike it takes to get there! Keep in mind this is a working farm so cows, horses, pigs and goats are all on property and are free range animals.
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Boston Mountain Arkansas Adventures

3 sites · Lodging, Tents20 acres · Mountainburg, AR
Welcome to our serene retreat situated on 20 acres! We offer: 1 cozy tiny home 1 primitive campsite (2 more coming soon) Explore our established walking trails and check out our fish pond (fishing not yet available). 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. Campsite 1 is now open and features a tent platform, picnic table, and a fire pit for your enjoyment. Want to try camping and don't have the gear - we have you covered with a four-person tent, queen size air mattress, cooking stove/pots and sleeping bags/blankets. - You don't have to set it up or take it down, we take care of all of it for you! Just ask to add the Glamp It Up Package (a $25-set up/take down fee, plus an additional 20.00 per night fee will be charged for use of all camping equipment. This also helps to cover the cost of waste management, washing gear, dishes, etc. 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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Miracle Mountain Homestead

1 site · RV, Tent40 acres · West Fork, AR
Our first official campsite, Tanglewood Terrace, is now available to rent! This has been a long time coming, and we are so proud of how it turned out. Nestled in the heart of the Boston Mountains and surrounded by gorgeous dogwood trees, this secluded yet convenient campsite awaits. We offer a rustic tent platform, picnic table, fire pit, PK grill, bathroom (compost toilet/outhouse), horseshoes, cornhole, and ample space for multiple tents. You can easily pull your vehicle right into camp to unload, and parking is available across from the campsite to free up space. We would be delighted to welcome you to Miracle Mountain Homestead, just 3 short miles from Devil's Den State Park! During your stay, you can also enjoy goat therapy, explore hiking/ATV trails, and indulge in goat milk and fresh eggs.
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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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Illinois River Paradise | 60 Acres

1 site · Tent60 acres · Wheeler, AR
Winding river bottoms, gravel bars, overlooks, waterfalls, & 200+ year old oaks! Walk on the same untouched trails Native Americans took followed later by Civil War soldiers. We've been working hard to create the trails, views, and unique experiences for you to enjoy God's Creation only 10 minutes from a Walmart! Tired of camping next to people? With 60 acres for your enjoyment and gated entrance, you won’t see anyone else during your whole stay! 15 min from I-49 with Walmarts and gas stations even nearer keeps you close to town. You can choose from multiple campsites, but we will not book anyone else during your stay. Camp right next to the Illinois River under giant oaks, ash trees, and sycamores with a waterfall behind you and the river in front. Or move up the hill and enjoy the 10 mile view (when leaves are dropped) while watching the sunset. Seriously, it’s the best view west of Fayetteville. The deep shade of the campsite with the breeze coming over river keeps the space surprisingly cool even in extreme heat. Feeling fun? Camp in the old dirt mine with 10’ walls around you shaded by a massive pine growing in the center and oaks around the perimeter. Hiking trails have been cut for you to enjoy the property. Make sure to check out “Mini Hawksbill Crag”- a rocky outcropping hanging off the cliff side. Another fun trail leads you up a creek bed with multiple small waterfalls. A couple canoes and kayaks are available to float the river if you desire as an add on. You can go upstream easily in normal water flow! If you’re looking for fun family time with your kids, I will do whatever I can to help you during your stay to make lasting memories. We’re big believers in families enjoying the outdoors together! A truck can be driven to riverside campsite when dry or there is a 100 yard walk from a small parking area. More vehicles can be parked on top of hill which is 5 minute walk. There is a picnic table and fire pit at the riverside campsite. Bald Eagles are seen most days in the winter. Birders will also appreciate the feeder in the campsite. Fishing poles are available as an add on. You can bring your own too! Catch small mouth, large mouth, bream, crappie, catfish, gar, and carp/buffalo, but you’re competing with the neighborhood beaver so be on the lookout for him! Please release small mouth besides a legal keeper is 14" (6-7 year old fish!) and limit of 2. Rear wheeled drive vehicles should park at the parking area by old stable Absolutely no hunting wildlife or foraging mushrooms without prior approval.
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Camp Bentonville

7 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2 acres · Bentonville, AR
This is a Homestead camp like most others in the surrounding area. Welcome to our charming RV and tent site nestled in the heart of Bentonville's blossoming art and outdoor scene! If you're seeking a tranquil escape with a touch of cultural flair, you've found your perfect getaway. Campfires crackle and laughter echoes in the air – you're free to embrace the magic of a flickering firelight under the starlit skies. Our site comes complete with a convenient portable toilet for your comfort and privacy. Bring along your furry friends because pets are more than welcome to join in on the adventure! You'll find potable water available to keep everyone hydrated and happy, and a rustic picnic table where stories and meals can be shared. Stay connected to the digital world while you disconnect from the routine. Enjoy the best of both worlds with reliable WiFi and excellent cell reception, ensuring you can share your unforgettable moments with friends and family. Got wheels? No problem! Our pull-in site accommodates vehicles under 24 feet, making it easy for you to settle in and start making memories. And speaking of memories, you're in for a treat with a plethora of exciting events just around the corner. Immerse yourself in the rhythm of live music, explore the stunning art at the Crystal Bridges American Art Museum, and experience the innovative brilliance at the Momentary. Bentonville isn't just a destination; it's a cultural phenomenon. Rejuvenate your senses as you explore a dozen golf courses and embark on bike excursions that cater to every style. The city's vibrant atmosphere and natural beauty make it a Southern hub for arts and outdoor enthusiasts alike.
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Bleau Valley Campground

11 sites · RVs, Tents12 acres · St Paul, AR
We have 12 beautiful secluded acres along the White River. Just 45 minutes to Fayetteville and 5 miles from Saint Paul. Just one mile from the famous Pig Trail. We are currently offering just primitive spots for RVs, vehicles, or tents. Campers need to bring their camp toilet and coolers. We are nestled on the cusp of the Ozark National Forest with gorgeous mountain views. Just 3 miles from the Mill Creek OHV trailhead- which holds 150 miles of trails through the Ozark and Boston mountains. You can camp among the trees along the river or in the wide open field under the stars. All spots are on a first-come, first-serve basis. This is dispersed camping. There are no designated spots.
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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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Fitzgerald Mountain RV Camp

2 sites · RVs6 acres · Springdale, AR
This land is a six acre slice of property that includes a meadow, wooded areas, a small pine forest, native stones galore, a steep mountain side, giant boulders, a wet weather stream and pond, and 2 old tin barns. From West to East, the property starts flat but then begins to slope upward as it runs from the base of Fitzgerald Mountain Eastward nearly to the top of the mountain. The former homestead was removed within the past 20 years, creating a fantastic spot for the campground. It is located a short distance from Fitzgerald Station, which was a well known stop on Military road (later known as Butterfield stage line) in the 1830’s. The camp is only 2 miles from historic downtown Springdale, which is an area undergoing exciting revitalization. A concrete trail is planned that will connect the camp area to downtown making biking to restaurants and pubs much easier in the near future. The Razorback Greenway runs through downtown, and provides a biking connection to all of Northwest Arknsas.Learn more about this land:Fitzgerald Mountain Van and RV Camp offers 2 RV spots (26' max) with ride in / ride out access to Fitzgerald Mountain's world class trails.  The mountain is home to OZ trails mountain biking and hiking for all levels. (look up OZ trails  - Fitzgerald Mountain)The 2 van camper/RV spots sit at the base of a shade tree and the entry to the “Goat Trail.”  This trail (named for the adjacent goat farm) will lead campers to the campfire area, "Fitzmo Barn", and Butterfield trail.  Fitzmo barn has a map where you can leave your mark by putting a pin in your hometown and signing the wall.  Leave your brand's sticker on the wall so other bikers and hikers can find their way to your hometown spots. The barn has chairs for the fire pit area, and can also provide some shelter if it rains.Butterfield trail crosses the camp area adjacent to Fitzmo Barn.   Head North on Butterfield to connect with blue and black trails including the “best trail ever” and fantastic views from the mountain top.  Head South to connect with trails for all skill levels including a strider course for the kids at Bayyari Park.  Bayyari Park is only 1/3 mile away and has public restrooms that I'm told "remain open until 10:00 PM year round unless there is extreme cold."The only neighbors of the camp have a small farm to the North, and their goats and peacock occasionally visit the camp’s Western field.  Other than these neighbors, the area feels secluded, especially at the fire pit and barn area. Fitzgerald is a historical area.  Fitzgerald station is nearby, and served as a stop on the Butterfield overland stagecoach mail route that was used in the 1800s. Downtown Springdale is 2 miles away, and the pubs and restaurants cater to bikers.  A paved trail is planned for the near future that will provide bike access to downtown.*Note* Backing up to a turn around area will be required for exit from the RV spots.
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The best camping near Devil's Den State Park guide

Overview

About

Developed by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in the 1930s, this park features miles of mountain biking, horseback riding, and hiking trails, including the Butterfield Hiking Trail, a 15-mile-long backpacking trail that takes hikers past rock formations and panoramic viewpoints. Other highlights include the eight-acre Lake Devil—a hit among anglers and boaters—and the area’s great lodging options, all surrounded by Ozark National Forest. Devil’s Den Campground features 135 campsites, including some hike-in tent camping sites, plus 17 cabins with kitchens and six barebones camper cabins with outdoor picnic tables. There's also a horse camp with hookups, a group camp, and a seasonal cafe.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  1. You can make reservations up to a year in advance. Same-day reservations are also available. 
  2. Weekends require a minimum two-night stay.
  3. Reservations can be made through the Devil’s Den State Park website or by calling Arkansas State Parks. You can also book directly with the Devil's Den park office, in person or over the phone. 
  4. If you can’t find a spot at Devil’s Den, you may have better luck with a Hipcamp elsewhere in northwest Arkansas.

When to go

The park and its visitor center are open year-round for camping and day use, though some restrooms and bathhouses are closed during winter. The swimming pool is only open between Memorial Day and Labor Day, while the park store and canoe and pedal boat rentals are open from March through mid-November. Interpretive programs and ranger-led hikes are offered throughout the year, and the Ozark Mountain Bike Festival is held every spring.

Know before you go

  • Gas and basic groceries and supplies are available in Winslow, a 20-minute drive away on Hwy. 74, but you'll have considerably more options if you head north to Fayetteville, a 35- to 40-minute drive away.
  • Linens are provided in the full-service cabins, but if you're staying in a camper cabin, you'll need to bring your own.
  • Devil’s Den offers ADA-accessible campsites and cabins.
  • Pets are allowed at the park, but must be kept on a leash at all times.

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