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12 RV Parks near Danville, Arkansas
We did however find 12 campgrounds within 25 miles of Danville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Danville in the left hand column.
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
Jul 2018 - $18.00
I am from Central Arkansas, I had been told that Lake Nimrod had been closed in 2017 due to drought, which would explain the low water level. The swimming area wasn't too good, probably because the water was low, when you get to the end it had squishy mud and possibly methane. Park was quite and peaceful , There were 7 campsites total occupied. Shower was good but hot water was on and there is no turning it off, it's July in Arkansas , People!! No cell service for ATT or Verizon. It's only an hour drive for me I might go back in the Fall. Placement of boulders and trees at my site made parking difficult. But it was fairly empty, I probably could've asked for a different site. - Wilnel71
Jul 2018 - $9.00
This is a nice little park on Lake Nimrod. They have two small camping loops. Big rigs need to pick their sites carefully as the roads are a little narrow so it can be hard to back into some sites with trees on both sides of drive. There is no Verizon cell service and getting a satellite signal can be tough. There is a small swimming area. Some sites require a bit of leveling as it can slope some. - TEXASBOY
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
Sep 2019 - $10.00
Small park but very nice. Good spacing between sites. Facility is clean and well-cared for. Not much in the way of T-Mobile signal or OTA TV. Would use again for a short-term stay. Dump station was really dirty with no water hose for cleaning. - Lance 47
Sep 2019 - $10.00
This is a smaller park not too far from Russellville. The sights are roomy and not too close together. Lots of shade. There is recent damage from the historic flood of June 2019 which closed part of the sites. However the rest of is usable and was not adversely affected. The sights are level and easy to access for larger rigs. - rudyhehn
Jul 2019 - $10.00
We have stayed at this park several tmes. We like the price and the sites are large. Part of the park was closed due go the Arkansas River spring flood. - Joceil
Oct 2019 - $30.00
Our site was large, level and had a great view of the lake and sunsets...this park is big rig friendly, family friendly and has something for everyone....services work great, ATT cell signal was good, got 4 ota channels, but there is no WiFi though....the private bathhouses are very nice, just like home and there are plenty....the staff is very nice and the checkin/visitor center is excellent.....this is a fishermen's paradise so expect alot of boaters during the summer and weekends.....this is a great place to relax and enjoy the beauty around you..... - smoky40
Jul 2019 - $30.00
Very nice state park with beautiful scenery. Plenty of open space around the area to play frisbee with the dog or go for an evening walk. A bit tight to back in a 32' trailer, but not a problem. Several of the sites that don't back up to the lake are not very level so check on that if you don't want to unhook. - BamaRambler
Jun 2019 - $34.00
Restrooms and showers had no locks. No one was enforcing the speed limit. - BaldGuy
Mar 2010 - $17.00
Their prices were the best we could find in the area. The facility was very nice. You can pay extra to access their pool. We enjoyed our stay at this RV park. - Michael Stevens
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
Oct 2016 - $32.00
So close, gravel, loud train noise. The only good thing, decent WiFi. Mostly full timers living here. Very dismal setting. Very steep, poor rocky roads. This to us probably the worst RV park we have hit yet, though there are some nearly as bad. - Georgiajan
Jul 2016 - $33.00
Second stay here over the years. The park is very basic with little or no shade. The owner is friendly and knowledgeable about sights to see in the area. It overlooks the lake but is a distance away. It is quiet and well kept. - Travelall
Jan 2016 - $33.00
Just an overnite stop on our way home from Christmas vacation. We had a nice level gravel pull through site. The park had just enough room for us to pull in and park our 32' RV and toad. Nothing fancy but there is a nice view of Lake Dardanelle.
It was a quiet night with some road noise and a train passed close by too. - 2bassbuds