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15 RV Parks near Booneville, Arkansas
Oct 2015 - $15.00
The city took the police department parking lot and added electricity, water, swear & cable to back of each parking space and called it a RV Campground. Sites very close together: open awnings and touch neighbor. Utilities at back of site so need long hoses, especially sewer. Price is right, you are well protected at police department. Great cable service. No reservations and fills up at hunting season. No other advisable campground in area. We stay here visiting family every year. Caution: Big Tree in middle of lots and small posts in front across narrow street...we crushed our motor home bumper backing in trying to skirt tree in back and not seeing post in front which was below eyesight of driver. - Too Tide
Aug 2015 - $10.00
Seven small back in spaces that can handle up to a 40 ft. camper. Sites are fairly level and are concrete but close together. Quiet and secure. Located next to city park and police station. Walking trail, fishing, and picnic area in park. Pet friendly. To secure a site, contact the police dispatcher. They are polite and friendly. This is a dry county, so all alcohol will have to be consumed inside your camper. Magazine Mountain State Park is nearby. Great fishing and hunting. Will definitely stay again! Walmart just a few blocks away. Crosby's automotive located a few miles East of downtown can repair or maintain most motorhomes and trailers. - Gadzilla
Jun 2019 - $20.00
This RV park is adjacent to Booneville Police Dept but is private. Level concrete pads, new tall metal cover on a couple of sites, safe, park right next door behind Police dept. water, sewer, electric. Washeteria also right at park. Great value park we use often. - candivan57
Jan 2019 - $20.00
This park is new and is adjacent to the Booneville Police Dept. It is located behind a washeteria. Most sites are concrete slab and are pretty level. Few residents are full timers, but keep the area clean. It is very quiet except for an occasional truck or Police or Ambulance siren. A church bell can be heard during the day which I find very comforting. Crime is not a problem since the RV park is right near the police station. There is a city park behind the PD right next to the RV park which has the Booneville River running thru it. There is a sidewalk around the park and a pavilion. We feel very safe there. Owners are not on-site, but are not far away, so just call the number to make sure a site is available. Walmart, Taco Bell, McDonalds, and a couple of pizza places are just some of the eating places available. No cable, no bathrooms or shower, but the owners are great and the price is pretty good. Many State parks in the area. Scenery getting there on HWY60 is beautiful and Booneville is off the beaten path. Give it a try! - candivan57
Sep 2016 - $19.00
This place is really nice and secluded. We took our pontoon boat and was able to dock right at our site. During the day it can be really busy when the campground is full. But really was quite at night. We stay here regularly and always love it. - TazTech
Oct 2014 - $9.00
This was a wonderful place to camp overnight on our journey. Nice quiet, peaceful only problem is be prepared to have extra long hoses or extra hoses to reach the water supply areas. We ended up using 3 hoses to get water to our trailer. - Gloria S.
Jul 2013 - $16.00
Hidden jewel located near Mount Magazine State Park which is highest point in Arkansas. Located on Blue Mountain Lake between two National Forests and a very scenic drive. Easy to navigate, swim beach, fishing, boating, and spacious sites. Clean city water. Verizon service excellent. Check in staff was helpful and friendly. Shady sites with covered picnic tables, asphalt pads, and lots of room between sites. We were in non-reservable area and had plenty to choose from on a mid-week July day. Fabulous COE park, well maintained, and a secret worth sharing! - The Grizz
Aug 2019 - $20.00
We were looking for relief from the summer heat and decided on Mt. Magazine. This is a beautiful park with great views of the surrounding area. And, the summer temperatures are 15-20 degrees cooler than the valley below.
We found the staff to be competent and caring. We mentioned when we checked in that it was our 48th Wedding Anniversary and the next day we found a very nice card signed by the staff with balloons at our site.
We took the short hike to the summit and also the north rim trail with spectacular views.
We will be back. - StJohn
Mar 2019 - $30.00
Sites were nicely spaced out. Nice gravel area & "driveway". Site was a tight pulling in just because of the weird angle. Great lantern hook! Beautiful place! Great area for exploring off trails & on. - Rednight
Feb 2019 - $32.00
Site 5 was 4 inches out of level from side to side. Our 5th wheel self leveled but with the right side tires off the ground. It was very cold and our water froze since the spigot was above ground. - BaldGuy
Jul 2012 - $10.00
While we did not stay here, we drove through and talked with the ranger and camp host. Very clean park, well laid out. We have driven by here several times on our way to Mt. Magazine 9 miles away. This is a primitive park, no hook ups at all. They do allow generators during the day, but was told they are very strict for night time hours. We would give it a try in cooler months, not during 100* heat. - hoefler
Jul 2010 - $5.00
The people here at this Forest Service campground are very nice. It is a primitive site, which we like to use occasionally. The restrooms are clean and there is a beautiful swimming beach. The showers were usable but not real clean. Not filthy, but just fair. It is close to Mount Magazine State Park where there is a lot to do. There is also a nice, small fishing lake. We had a waterfront site and were quite comfortable. - rgtx
Nov 2016 - $20.00
This is a overnight stop park. It has no services other than full hookups. It is located right next to the road. My front bumper is less than 10 ft from Main Street. It is a rural area but there is traffic noise all night. The area is clean. The price is OK considering. Limited space to walk the dog. Owners are friendly. - RB-KB
Sep 2009 - $20.00
I know it says there are pull-through sites but I couldn't really see them. Kept thinking I was in the wrong part of the park. There is a sign out front to 'pick a spot'. It a very basic camp but there were hookups for the water, electric, and sewer and it was fine for an overnight stay. The gentleman who ran it was very nice and the price was certainly good. It was just outside of Waldron. - vblake
Nov 2005 - $16.00
Nicely maintained, mainly a 'parking spot' for working guys but good amenities and great rates. Discount for weekly hookup, and easy-going owner (park and drop payment when you leave!) made it a real pleasure. - john_bunton