Thirty-one Arkansas state parks provide campgrounds. Campsite choices range from primitive hike-in tent sites to those with water, electric and sewer hookups. Located throughout the state, the parks showcase the diversity of Arkansas’s geography and scenery. Campsites are available by reservation or on a first come basis. Reservations can be made in person and by telephone at each park, or booked online at www.ArkansasStateParks.com. A non-refundable reservation fee is required to confirm campsite reservation. A nightly fee is charged per site. It is necessary to register at the park visitor center before occupying a campsite. Pets are allowed in campgrounds but must remain on leash.
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30 RV/Tent with W/E/S; 10 no hookups/nearby W
Swimming beach, change house, snack bar, gift shop, restrooms, hot showers, dump station, picnic sites, pavilion, historic cabin, playground. Pedal boats, canoes, kayaks and fishing boats are available for rent.
In the Ozark foothills of central Arkansas, Woolly Hollow offers a scenic 40-acre swimming and fishing lake. Boating limited to electric motors. Park trails include a new nine-mile mountain bike trail.
little rock, AR
My husband's great-great grandfather was born in the cabin located there. The name was spelled Woolly back then but has been modified by the military to be Wooley. There were three Woolly brothers who came from Ireland; one settled Arkansas, one in Oklahoma (Wooley Oil Co) and one in California, which I know little about. The singer Sheb Wooley is from the Oklahoma ancestors. The park is a beautiful secluded park to have a nice vacation.