Plan a trip to the 'Wonder State' this season and explore all that the state has to offer. Stay at these amazing RV parks and campgrounds.
Arkansas was nicknamed ‘the Wonder State’ because of its attractions, and campers who have been could not agree more. Neighboring the Mississippi river, this Southern state is a tapestry of mountains, caves, lush plains, hot springs, and more. Its quaint town and historic sites are reminiscent of Old Europe and complement the stunning beauty of the state well. With over 50 state parks, three national forests, and one national river, Arkansas is your ideal excuse to escape the bustle of city life.
RV campers can take a trip through the state’s beauty to see its mountains and springs for miles, go deer hunting, or explore the antique markets. Those looking to explore the cityscape would enjoy popular metropolitans like Little Rock. Arkansas’ range of RV parks is second to none, and we have shortlisted the top five to get your trip rolling!
True to its name, Shady Oaks is a hidden slice of paradise waiting to be discovered. Nestled between canopies and nostalgia, this campground is far from the noises of the city and close to the state’s natural wonders. The Buffalo National River is 15 minutes away, where campers can go canoeing, kayaking, and rafting. Also, closeby are the state’s most spectacular eight-story Mystic Caverns and Crystal Dome, and the town of Branson, known for its boulevard of theatres. Luckily, the park is open year-round so campers can enjoy the mountain-view stay and amenities any time.
Daily = $40-$45
Full hookup 30 & 50 amp
Water, electric, sewer sites
Cabins and tents for rent
Located in the capital city of Arkansas, this campground captures the best of Little Rock. It is in close proximity to the city’s downtown for campers to take a trip to the best shopping centers, or the popular Argenta Arts and Entertainment District. History buffs are in for a treat because the area is littered with historic sites at each turn. What other RV park is a 15-minutes walk to real WWII submarines like at the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum? On-site amenities are just as fantastic with a riverfront view for your RV as you and your furry friend wind down from a busy day.
Daily = $25-$33
60+ RV sites
This campground is your gateway to the charming town of Eureka Springs. Surrounded by the Ozark Mountains, Eureka Springs is known as ‘Little Switzerland’ for its alpine architecture and Victorian manors. Campers can hold their breaths for a romantic stroll around its streets as they explore the local antique markets and diners. The Belle of the Ozarks cruise ride down Beaver Lake cannot be missed, neither can a flight through the treetops on the Ozark Mountain Zipline. The park itself features a nice swimming pool and firepits at your site for a cozy campfire before bedtime with your family.
Daily = $37-$65
Large pull-thru sites
30 & 50 amp
Picnic tables on site
Fire pits and woods
Often listed as one of campers’ favorites in Arkansas, this RV park is the ideal retreat for a dose of nature and relaxation. In tribute to its namesake, the campground overlooks the Mississippi River, its twinkling boats, and rolling waters. Local attractions include the Memphis National Zoo and the National Civil Rights Museum, and thrill-seekers will enjoy the Memphis International Raceway. With over three dozen sites to choose from at the park, campers can park their RVs between shaded woods and the river edge. The fall season at the site is a picturesque delight and campers in the fifth wheel riverfront section are in for a treat as views of blue water and foliage greet them in the morning.
Daily = $28-$59
Weekly = $168-$354
Monthly = $500-$575
Easy access back-end & pull-thru sites
30 & 50 amp hookups
Ending our list with a campground that can’t be missed! The Devil’s Den is beauty incarnate. It’s nestled in a valley in the Ozark Mountains, surrounded by an oak-hickory forest and dotted with unique rock formations and caverns, like the stunning Blanchard Springs Caverns. Campers can go spelunking, enjoy the park’s 8-acre lake, or go hiking and biking on the park’s trails that lead to the Ozark National Forest. You can also fulfill your bling dreams by going diamond digging at the Crater of Diamonds State Park, where gems of all shapes and colors await you. The campground will spoil you with amenities just as it did with activities with its swimming pool, restaurant, glamping options, and several sites for all RV classes.
Daily = $14-$36
Water, electric, sewer hookups
Hit the Road!
Here we are with the best of Arkansas’ RV campgrounds! The Southern state has something for every tourist - whether it's natural wonders, historic sites, diamond hunting, forest biking, or good ole’ lake days. This list offers you the best home bases for your vacation, so stop scrolling and get packing!