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Old 04-09-2013, 03:36 PM   #21
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Greers Ferry Campground is a great place, Clean and big and a huge lake that's as clear bottle water. This campground is right on the edge of Heber Springs Arkansas. They have some fantastic Fly Fishing just below the dam. Some great bass fishing on the lake as well. You will love it if you like small towns and nice people.

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Old 04-09-2013, 03:47 PM   #22
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I ended up at CHICOT STATE PARK Lake Village on one trip - Pretty big mosquitoes there haha... They were Mississippi River big I guess...

Ark has some real nice high country camp sites... Those are the ones I like...

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Old 05-01-2013, 12:43 AM   #23
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I grew up camping in Arkansas. If you are looking to go lakeside, try Degray Lake State Park, Lake Ouachita, or Lake Catherine SP. Greers Ferry Lake is also nice, but mostly or all Corp of Engineers campsites (a little outdated). At Greers Ferry, we always stayed on the river side, John F Kennedy Park. In the summer it's cooler and if you want to drive over the dam to swim, it's a quick trip. I think my personal favorite is DeGray.
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Old 05-01-2013, 07:39 AM   #24
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Do you camp a lot at Bull Shoals State Park? We camped there a couple of times when our kids were young and would love to go back now that it's just the two of us.
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Old 07-22-2014, 10:07 AM   #25
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Go 170

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I have reservations for Devil's Den and Petit Jean State Parks in May. I noticed on the websight they say to avoid coming into Devil's Den via 74 if towing a large trailer and suggest coming in via 170 to avoid the steep switch back road on 74. To those who have stayed in Devil's Den, would that same warning apply to a 31 foot class C? 170 will be a bit out of my way, but if 74 is too hairy..... what say you?
I go 170, its not that much further and 74 is very steep and sharp turns. you might take both lanes just to make the multiple turns. The park is great, lots of hiking and very beautiful. Two camping areas, We like the lower section down past the dump site. big open area with lots of shade.

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