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We stayed here for three nights in a 42' motorcoach. With the senior pass it was $15/night. It is quiet and there are walking trails. You are five minutes from the town of Hot Springs. It is first come first serve so get here early...More
Our spot on the creek near the amphitheater was perfect! Full hook-ups, level, and spacious with a picnic table and fire ring. We were close enough to the little dam on the creek to drown out any road noise. All sites are first come, and...More
This is a really nice campground, a few things you need to know, THERE ARE NO RESERVATIONS FOR THIS PARK, YOU CAN TENT BUT THERE ARE NO SHOWERS. All sites are paved, if your tenting your tent must be on the pavement, nothing allowed in...More
My husband and I wanted to tent or hammock camp a couple of nights before going into Hot Springs. I generally have wonderful things to say about national park campgrounds but this one was terrible. It is geared only towards plug in campers. The sites...More
Nice ARE but under construction so we were not able to stay. They are discontinuing TENT camping which we were not told and when we asked it was a throw away reaction from the camp hosts as if OH WELL. So it was simply a...More
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I would imagine it would be very packed in July, and very hot. Reservations, bug spray and fans would be a good idea. As for things to do, the natural hot springs, and bath houses are a huge draw. If you are into... More
I would imagine it would be very packed in July, and very hot. Reservations, bug spray and fans would be a good idea. As for things to do, the natural hot springs, and bath houses are a huge draw. If you are into shopping, there is a whole lot of that. If you want nature, there are some trails around. If you get out of Hot Springs and go up into the 'mountains' it's quite lovely.