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Dubbed "The Natural State," it's the perfect place to spend time camping in Arkansas. RV parks in Arkansas are located throughout the state at lakes and rivers, near metropolitan cities, high in the mountains, or adjacent to great hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails.
Campgrounds in Arkansas provide you everything from exciting outdoor sports to adrenaline pumping extreme adventures for thrill seekers. Experience it all while camping in Arkansas. The diverse topography and breathtaking scenery combines to offer a wide variety of experiences for outdoor sports and extreme adventure enthusiasts. Test your skills in Class IV rapids at
Campgrounds in Arkansas provide you everything from exciting outdoor sports to adrenaline pumping extreme adventures for thrill seekers. Experience it all while camping in Arkansas. The diverse topography and breathtaking scenery combines to offer a wide variety of experiences for outdoor sports and extreme adventure enthusiasts. Test your skills in Class IV rapids at the Cossatot River or rock climb, rappel, and hang glide at Mount Magazine.
A vast majority of recreational vacations are water-related, and Arkansas RV parks are ready. With 600,000 acres of Arkansas lakes, there's plenty of space for fishing, swimming, sailing, power-boating, scuba diving and more. Campgrounds in Arkansas give anglers the opportunity to fish for trout and other species of delicious catches. To use all the water to its fullest, make sure to bring your johnboat, raft, parasail, canoe, jet ski, or kayak along with you when camping in Arkansas.
Golf courses and RV parks in Arkansas are popular throughout the state. The beautiful Ozark Mountains provide gentle rolling hills, the scenic River Valley region offers sweeping vistas and the Arkansas Delta and Grand Prairie are naturally suited to both golf courses and campgrounds in Arkansas.
Maybe geocaching, a high-tech treasure hunting game, is more your idea of a sport. In honor of the 70th anniversary of the National Great River Road, a series of geocaches were placed in the 10 counties in Arkansas that border the historic byway. For coordinates, go to www.geocaching.com—more than 4,800 geocaches are hidden in Arkansas.
Arkansas is also a family-friendly vacation spot. Whether you prefer toy shopping or antique store hopping, white-water rafting or ballroom dancing, theme park hopping or cave spelunking, horseback riding, or fine dining, you'll find it all in Arkansas.
Many cities in Arkansas offer shopping, fine dining, and nightlife opportunities. Little Rock is well known for after-hours entertainment. Hot Springs, Eureka Springs and Fort Smith, and Fayetteville are also cities that provide shopping and entertainment.