Camping Sites and Lodging near Bayou Meto WMA Lakes, Arkansas
Whether you are in to Hiking, Camping, or simply relaxing next to a lake with a fishing pole in hand, Arkansas, "The Natural State" contains many opportunities for all of the above. Most camping facilities in Arkansas are available on a first-come basis.
With two magnificent mountain ranges, millions of acres of three national forests, over 600,000 acres of lakes and 9,000 miles of streams and rivers, there are very few places in the US that measure up.
Camping is one of the most pleasurable activities to do in the summer in Arkansas. The state parks offer many of the best campsites around. Most of them have water, electric and sewer hoodups as well as access to bathhouses and toilets.
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Village Creek State Park -
Here you can enjoy the unique geology of Crowley's Ridge, a landform of rolling hills in eastern Arkansas's Mississippi Alluvial Plain. A geologic anomaly, the ridge is covered with a lush hardwood forest featuring oak, sugar maple, beech, butternut, and tulip poplar.
201 County Road 754 - Wynne, Arkansas - 72396 - 870-238-9406 - Map it
Woolly Hollow State Park -
Nestled in the Ozark foothills, this state park is a serene getaway overlooking lovely Lake Bennett, 40-acres for fishing and swimming at the park's swimming beach area.
White River Campgrounds -
Modern camping facilities have 50/30/20 amp service, cable tv and instant on phones on most sites. Electrical is metered for long term camping. Each site has a picnic table and fire grate.
258 White River Trail - Flippin, Arkansas - 72634 - 870-453-2299 - Map it