Camping in state parks is a fun, affordable way to get outdoors
Bull Shoals-White River State Park
Thirty-one Arkansas State Parks provide camping facilities. Campsites are nestled in scenic settings showcasing the natural beauty and geological diversity of The Natural State. Whether you are looking for a lake, river, or mountaintop view, or just want a cozy wooded site, Arkansas State Parks camping areas have you covered. Search for the perfect spot for your camping getaway using the online search feature on the Arkansas State Parks website. When camping in state parks, site amenities range from primitive, hike-in tent sites to those with modern conveniences including water, electric, and sewer hookups. Most state park campgrounds include modern bathhouses with hot showers and flush toilets. You can make a campsite reservation online, in person or by calling the park.
Arkansas State Parks interpreters offer over 50,000 programs, tours, events and other activities for you to join in. Experience some of the hundreds of miles of trails, for recreation or enjoy the scenery from unique overlooks. The State Parks are open every day of the year, and most do not charge admission.
For a complimentary copy of the Arkansas State Parks guide, call 1-888-AT-PARKS or order an Arkansas Vacation Kit online.
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