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5 RV Parks near Marvell, Arkansas
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Marvell. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Marvell in the left hand column.
Oct 2013 - $20.00
No showers or toilets! You get a clean space with utilities. Cable TV available from local cable provider if staying for a month. Half of sites are level concrete, rest are grass or gravel. Working utilities. Staff very friendly and helpful, but office (in next door car lot) closes as five (after hours - pick a spot). Work performed on utilities at many sites, some access holes not filled in, so mounds of dirt at utility hook ups. Quiet at night, but residents in back MHP leave for work early. It's OK if you just need a base to explore the area. - LoneWolf
Sep 2013 - $20.00
We pulled in here on our way home from Gulf Shores as it is about half way. No office at the campground, it is in a used car lot next door. Arrived at about 4:30 pm, and no one was at the office. Someone who lives in the MHP behind the campground said it was $20, and he would get the money to the owners the next day. After paying, with absoutly no paperwork, we then find out there are no bathrooms or showers! Not an issue with most RV's, but a tent camper is an issue. Guess what, no refunds! There was traffic through the park all night long, and we were the only ones that were not "permanent" residents. Moral of this story is if you have a self contained RV this might be an overnight stop but not with anything else. I'll drive 100 miles more next time to avoid this place. - bipeflier
Feb 2012 - $20.00
We travel a lot for business and found this park via the internet. The owners are extremely nice, pleasant and accommodating. Unfortunately this park has seen better days and needs updating. There is a run down MHP behind the campground that must be accessed through the campground so there is a lot of through traffic. They do not have bathrooms, showers, or laundry facilities. The garbage dumpster is a long distance away behind the MHP. The plus side is the sites are paved, with full hook-ups, and good water pressure even though the sites are narrow. Shopping is located within a couple miles and the casino in Lulu, MS is approximtely seven miles away. - kandid61
Nov 2018 - $34.00
This is an excellent small park. The visitors center was exceptional with friendly and helpful staff. The small museum was educational. There was a variety of programs scheduled throughout the year. Because of our schedule we were unable to take advantage of any of these events. It is peaceful and very beautiful, but especially so this autumn when fall foliage was in full swing. We stayed at Beech Point Campground in site 10, a Class AAA site with water, 50 amp hook up and sewer. This was one of several pull through sites. This site was level concrete with a gravel sitting area. Just like most sites it had a metal fence around the back. The bathhouse was centrally located with four facilities. Each room had some heat, toilet and hot water for the shower. We had plenty of space for our 33ft toy hauler fifth wheel, two vehicles and our fishing boat. Almost all of the sites would have worked for us because whoever planned the layout made sure you were able to get your RV turned around where you had plenty of space to back in. The space between sites seemed just right, not too close. The rangers came through the park several times a day. We came to the park to get away and to do some fishing. There was a nice easy accessible concrete boat ramp which made it easy to launch and take out the boat. Our problem was our main boat motor was to large for the Bear Creek Lake, we had to use our trolling motor all week. We did understand the regulation. There were two courtesy docks provided that gave you lake access. We did catch several large catfish on jugs. One of which weigh over 20 pounds. There was not much to do in the area but we did come to fish and to get away. We plan to come back. - Debra D
Nov 2018 - $34.00
Newer State Park on Eastern Border of Arkansas. It is ~ 1.5 hours from Memphis. There are not many sites in the CG, but they are all beautiful - and FHU! We were in space 4, which was on a peninsula in a lake. Plenty of space between sites. Cell and Dish were fine. There is a nice hiking trail in the CG and another up at the Visitor Center (which was a 20 minute bike ride through forest and meadows). We were also able to ride our bikes for a couple hours on the "Great River Road" which passes through the CG. Visitor Center is well done and all staff we encountered were very friendly and helpful. - Davishouse2
Jul 2018 - $37.00
14 full hook-up RV sites. Some back-in, some pull thru. Sites are level concrete with a gravel sitting area. Some sites are a little close, but in general they are spaced fairly well. Site 14 (back-in site) is the nicest site in the campground. It's more private than the others and has access to it's own peninsula complete with bench seat for viewing the lake or fishing. This site, like some of the others, has a metal fence around the back of the site. Someone did a nice job of spacing the utilities out so they don't interfere with slide outs, however, the sewer connection is just "stubbed up" with no threads or bayonet connection - (why?). You'll have to use the resident rock to hold your sewer hose in. Water pressure was OK at 60psi. The campground is flat and bicycle friendly. There are nice hiking/biking trails in the park, and a small swimming beach is adjacent to the campground. There are 3 tent sites in the RV area (if you like improved bathrooms), but a better pick for tent campers would be one of the 8 tent sites in the Lone Pine campground down the road (in the same park). Those are much more rustic and private. Although access to the campground is not controlled, it seems secure and park rangers were seen several times during the day. Signage in the park is good, all except the small one that tells you to check in at the Visitor's Center before setting up, and the Visitor's Center is about 4 miles before you get to the campground. Most campers just get a note from the ranger to come back to the Visitor's Center. There appears to be an active schedule of nature programs by the park. - Bama Camper
Jun 2018 - $17.00
This campground is a parking lot with RV hook ups connected with the Isle of Capri Casino. There is water, electric, sewer and free WIFI for $17. The space between the parking spots is the same width as the parking spot, maybe 12 feet. Nice space but there are no tables or fire rings, just an empty asphalt parking lot. This is not a vacation stay but for a night, it is secure, cheap and easy. The casino it's self, has seen better days. - Metro Johnson
Jun 2017 - $16.00
This is a casino parking lot with E/W/S hook ups. It provides a safe location to overnight or stay if you are gambling. We used it for one night and will use it again if passing through. I did not see any shower / laundry facility. - A hitch and hop
Oct 2016 - $30.00
We were there for a week with a festival going on. Nightly rate varied.
All hookups, just parking a lot but they leave you plenty of room. Well lit and security present. I felt safe at all hours. Casino has a great Friday night fried catfish buffet. - SlicksMom
Nov 2015 - $15.00
Pretty spot beside the White river . We stayed one night. Back-in sites . Nearby trains overnight, didn't keep us awake. 50 amp power and water.
Drop toilets. Call in to City Hall to pay (cash/cheque) before going to park.
Crushed rock and paved sites. Area has fire ants.
It was fine for an overnight stay. $15 included tax. - Kings USA Travels
Apr 2015 - $15.00
This is a bare bones park. Long dirt road to the park. All back in spaces. Good for one night. Would be a mess if it rained. - arkietraveler
Oct 2014 - $15.00
This is a municipal park with no facilities but full hook ups. All sites are paved. Need to check in at City Hall. There is a sign on the approach road (2nd St) indicating a low height of 11'10". This is misleading as there are no height restrictions. We checked at City Hall and the Tourist office about this and they had no idea why it was there. I believe it may have been put there while some major bridge construction was being done on the new US79 bridge across the White River but is no longer valid. We are 13'6" and had no problems. There is a rail crossing which is quite steep on both sides but we didn't bottom out with a long 5th wheel so unlikely to pose any difficulties. People at City Hall and Tourist Center are very helpful. The campground is popular on weekend during hunting season so pays to call. - KiwiRVer