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4 RV Parks near Dumas, Arkansas
Oct 2018 - $18.00
Beautiful park right on the river. Plenty of green space between units. Was able to get satellite reception but most sites would not. Nice roads to ride bike on. Half price with Access Pass. - Mac54
Mar 2016 - $10.00
COE park. Sites with water and electric. Good spot for fishing. We stayed the night while passing thru the area. Wasn't worth the 10 mile drive off of AR-65.
Had dump station in poor repair.
Rained hard that night and everything was standing puddles and mud. - MapmanKC
Apr 2007 - $19.00
Excellent and beautiful campground. Three sites are located directly on the Arkansas River with 30-amp and water - these are back-in only, but allows for river view from the front windows of an RV. Eighteen relatively new sites have 50-amp service with water. Sites are very large with paved pads, covered picnic tables, fire ring, grill and table for scaling fish. We would definitely return and have already recommended to other campers. Campground is is organized as follows: C1-3 - Riverfront - 30amp & water All B sites - 30-amp and water. All A sites - 50-amp and water. Dump station was on the left as you exit the park. Clean restroom, clean park and excellent volunteer staff. - Stan & Marsha
May 2019 - $25.00
The park was easy to access with our 30' TT. The staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful. We had our grandkids with us (ages 5 & 3) and we all enjoyed participating in ranger led classes- parachute cord bracelets, constellation map making, constellation lantern, campfire storytelling and roasting marshmallows with the park rangers. Our site was right across from the bathhouse which was very clean and well maintained. All campsites provided much needed shade as it was in the 90's and humid during our Memorial Day weekend trip. The park offers bikes, solo/tandem/fishing kayaks for renting at very reasonable rates. We intended to kayak in the beautiful lake but it was just too hot to get on the water with the young kids. The park has a marked water "trail" for kayaking by certain interesting features if you like. We did fish from 2 different piers which they truly enjoyed. There was a Piggly Wiggly grocery store in Star City, AR only 7 miles away. We didn't do anything else in the area. - TN Lisa
Jan 2019 - $22.00
Friendly office staff greeted us on arrival. It was a cold, wet, winter day with few people in the park. But a ranger drove the campground to come back and tell us which site would give us the best lake view, and they changed our site for us. The campground area is not huge. 29 sites spaced well with a bath house in the center. All the sites are quite level. A few have a tree or two near the parking pad, so placement might need to be considered for slides/awnings, but they are all long enough to be able to place your rig where needed. All have water and 30 amp and some near the front have 50 amp. No sewer connections, but there is a clean dump station near the visitor center as you are exiting the park. The bath house is well kept. It was always clean during our stay. Water pressure was good and plenty of hot water for multiple showers. The park has a rental RV unit placed permanently on a site at the front of the campground. They also have 2 nice pavilions for rent in the park, a campground courtesy dock, boat launch, and a multi-use trail system. The trails and park picnic areas are as well maintained as the campground. We stayed here 4 days in a motorhome, and we are looking forward to returning when the weather is warmer for kayaking on the lake. Beautiful and well-maintained with excellent staff. #arkansasstateparks. - Jeff and Melissa 1105
Aug 2018 - $18.00
Price reflects a 25% ($5) discount for seniors. Roads and sites are paved and were no problem for our 31' 5er. Site pads are level, completely shaded, lots of room between them, and have a gravel patio. Most are very long, too. Electric is good but water pressure is fairly low. The visitors center has ice and some fishing tackle and they have a bait shop (needless to say, the lake is good for fishing), but if you need supplies, get them before arriving here. There are trails to hike (up to 15 miles) and the VC rents road bikes & kayaks and has a boat ramp (and a separate dock for campers at the CG). The park has a ranger that leads a kayak tour at sunrise or sunset. Staff is great. They have recycle receptacles for aluminum & plastic. VzW is OK. There is WiFi if you are at the visitors center or near the restrooms. - User3802
May 2018 - $16.00
We got in late and it was definitely off the beaten path. We had pre-registered and our spot was marked off with an orange cone so we were able to set up and check in, in the morning. The bathrooms were sparse but clean. The spot was level, fully shaded and close to a wonderful large playground with swings, merry go round, climbing dome, 4 way see saw, slides, sand pit, etc. There is a kids fishing area where my child caught a fish! Beautiful scenery. We didn't have time to check out the other spots closer to the lake, but since we have kids the spot close to the playground was perfect. - Sunnydance
May 2014 - $19.00
This was one of the nicest campgrounds we've ever stayed at. Everything was clean and the hosts were extremely nice. Please note this campground is quite a bit off the beaten path, so make sure you have all of your supplies. The park is a hidden jewel. There are raccoons and other wildlife, so keep your campsite clean. There are also alligators in the lake, so don't be shocked if you see one. The bathhouses are private and very clean. We will certainly camp here again. - John Maddox
Apr 2010 - $20.00
This is a very nice, well kept COE park. We had a waterfront site and water views on all sides. This would be a great place if you liked to fish, bike, or boat. We only had electric hookups at our site but that was ok with us. It is quite a ways off the beaten path, but worth the extra effort if you like big spacious sites and peace and quiet. - bgbassman
Sep 2018 - $10.00
Avoid this park!! First off asked for spot near bathroom. Given one about 6-8 minutes walk away. When setting up felt stinging on both feet/ankles-fire ants! Nothing had been mentioned when I checked in. Went and told the women at the checkin area about the fire ants and was told someone would come by later but I was the only one who had complained about them. Next went to the bathroom. Shower was continually running, would not shut off. Went into use the facilities and both toilets had been used and you could not flush. Went back to the checkin lady and was told they knew there was a problem and someone would be coming today to fix it. It was mid afternoon when I was told this. I was also told to use the men's facilities until it was fixed. The employee had a very negative attitude. I packed up and left within an hour. As an aside, i had paid cash for my spot and they would not refund it. I called Recreation.gov and put in a complaint. Was told I should hear within2 weeks if my complaint would result in a refund and it would take 6-8 weeks to have a check mailed to me. - Sewwhatsports
Jun 2016 - $19.00
This is a great camp area if you just want to put in your boat and catfish ,etc. Do not stay in area B. Area C gives you the river views, while area B has a stagnant creek behind it and made the mosquitoes unbearable. Also we were surrounded by shedding cottonwood trees which covered every inch of our site and camper. We could not use our picnic table either due to the numerous amounts of ant hills. This camp site does not supply you with firewood and the bathrooms need updating. We did however catch some good fish! - RobinS
May 2014 - $10.00
This must be one of the best kept secrets in Arkansas. The campground is beautiful. It sits on the banks of the Arkansas River. The sites are beautiful. We really can't say anything bad about the park. The only thing we didn't understand was registration upon arrival. On Tuesday and I think Wednesday the guard shack is not manned. There are no instructions posted as to what to do for entry. Luckily we had our printed reservation information with us so we knew what campsite we had. We never had anyone validate our stay. That was the only downside that we saw. When in north Arkansas, this is the place to stay. - Rick & Carol