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4 RV Parks near Rison, Arkansas
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Rison. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Rison in the left hand column.
May 2007 - $18.00
Sites are only a few feet away, combination mobile home and RV camping. More for long-term use (monthly rates available) - Dave Bishop
Oct 2018 - $25.00
On Hwy 65, south of Pine Bluff, go 1/2 mile north of Jct 65/425/Love's Truck Stop. Next to Metal Mart, tan metal building. In a pine tree grove, some spots are shaded. Safe place to stay, owner lives next to rv park. - Seark
Nov 2018 - $20.00
I would not stay here again. Very run down park, no electricity at our pedestal, moved to another site and the water connection was full of fire ants. Needed mowing for the fall. There are no restrooms. The sites were very narrow for turning in. The lady checking us in was nice but she only collected money & can do nothing about the condition of the park. - Wolfcamp
Sep 2018 - $20.00
I have to question the accuracy of previous positive reviews about this park. We stayed here based on those reviews and I cannot see any correlation between the reviews posted and what we found. By the looks of it, the grass had not been cut in at least a month, probably longer. Broken limbs and debris littered the whole campground. Apparently, a windstorm had struck the area in the past and no effort had been made to remove the storm debris. We did not see any pull-thrus so we took a back-in site near the entrance to make a quick get away in the morning. The mosquitoes about ate me up while disconnecting the tow car and hooking up the electric (30 amp only) and water. When you camp near water you can expect some mosquitoes but the campground could mitigate the situation by keeping the grass cut and as this is a joint city-county park, spray for mosquitoes. When the cover on the electric box was raised a swarm of wasps flew out. Luckily, I was not stung but it indicated to me that the site had not been used in some time. The directional signage in the park as well as signage indicating camp host, left a lot to be desired. The whole campground needs maintenance. Would I stay here again or recommend this campground to someone else? Absolutely NOT. Keep on driving! - Bamabound
Apr 2018 - $18.00
We stayed in the park after our tow vehicle breakdown. The park attendant was super friendly and accommodating. We very in close proximity to the Arkansas River with grassy fields to roam. Great area for walking dogs. Our lot had only 30amp plug and had to use a dog-bone conversion. No sewer hook-up on site and they allowed running the grey water on site. There was a centralized black water dumping point. Not a lot to see in Pine Bluff, but we did enjoy our visit. - HMathis58
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. - FreeWheeler
Jun 2018 - $18.00
This park is a little out of the way if traveling through the area but I thought it was well worth the detour. The campsites are well-spaced with plenty of shade and some nice views. There's a lake there which is pretty scenic. We did not use any of the hiking trails. A walk around the campground loop was pleasant I was able to receive some OTA TV channels and my T-Mobile phones worked okay. - Lance 47