13 total RV sites, can accommodate RVs up to 38ft, 20/30/50 amp. We have back-ins, pull thrus, full hookups, WiFi, restrooms, showers, store, ice, picnic tables, fire rings, BBQ, horseshoes, tubing, float trips, canoeing, kayaking, canoe and kayak rentals, riverfront swimming access, cabins and big bunkhouse available, seasonal party room, volleyball, basketball, fishing, great area for Smallmouth Bass fishing.
PA discount is not valid March thru October. PA discount applies to nightly rate for any length of stay. Reservations and drive-ups welcome. Limited shower and restroom facilities during the winter months. No discount on tent sites. Credit cards accepted. Pets welcome. Two dogs max per RV site. All shots must be up to date. *Plus tax.
Located 6.1 miles from Glenwood and 16 miles from Mt. Ida. From Glenwood, AR, go north on AR 27 / AR 8 and then turn west onto AR 240. Go .03 miles and Arrowhead is on the right.
Surrounded by the Ouachita National Forest.
Crater of Diamonds in Murfreesboro, Little Missouri Falls, Magic Springs Amusement Park in Hot Springs, Wegner Crystal Mines in Mt. Ida.
Regular Rate: $85-130.00* Passport America Discount: 40% Type of Rental: Rustic Cabins, all with kitchenettes and bathrooms. Accommodates: 4-10 will vary by cabin. Linens Provided: No* Check in time: 2PM Check out time: 11AM Notes: Reservations and drive-ups welcome. Please call ahead to check availability. 2 night minimum stay required to receive the discount. Limit 2 dogs per cabin. All shots must be up to date. *Rates are for up to 4 people. Children 5 years old and younger are free. $10 for each additional person. Max number of guests will vary per cabin. Pets: $10 per night - limit 2 dogs per cabin. Linens available for an additional fee.
If you're looking for a luxury RV resort, this is not for you (and you would likely give the park a low rating). You need to understand that this is a rustic location. Basically it's like camping out in the woods...but you get utilities. The grounds are not going to be "prepared". They are natural, so branches and leaves will be strewn on the ground and there are ruts in the road. Sites were built around trees, not having trees planted around perfect sites. That means some sites may be a bit narrow (but surprisingly fairly level). The plus side is that the park is very peaceful with a lovely creek passing through and access to a larger river. They also offer rentals of kayaks and other recreational opportunities. Price is very reasonable. Friendly folks. One caution: The turn to get in to the park can be tricky with bigger rigs.