Best Kept Secret: Motor Home Parks in Arkansas
Arkansas is a great state to drive though, and has a distinctive “laid back” attitude that might fit you, especially after experiencing the full power of neighboring states like Texas and Louisiana. First, Arkansas offers plenty in the way of tourist attractions. There are wilderness grounds, mining for diamond, hiking and camping activities and cavern tours.
When it comes to finding a nice place to stay, Arkansas is the Rv’ers best kept secret. There are over two hundred public facilities and RV parks scattered all over the state, while the Arkansas State Parks system offers 28 campgrounds. If you have plans to explore the wilderness or enjoy some deep woods camping, then the Natural State is one of the best states in the nation.
The Ozarks, which is a plateau that covers four states, and is sometimes referred to as The Ozark Mountains, is a great place to explore and many RV facilities are offered deep in the Ozarks terrain. The Bull Shoals – White River State Park in Lakeview boasts 107 RV sites, with many additional amenities. Near the lake, you can also rent boats, kayaks and canoes for water sporting activities.
Even in the southern part of the state, there are plenty of things to do and more than enough RV parks and facilities to keep the full timers happy. Lake Chicot is a state park right on the Mississippi delta and accommodates RVers with prices as low as $13 dollars a night. Even at higher prices for the lake view, instead of the woods view, that’s still a great deal.
Other regions include River Valley, Central, Ouachitas and Timberlance, each with campgrounds set up in different cities. Arkansas has affordable prices for extended stays and many attractions to keep the whole family happy. That’s a secret worth spreading around.
Article By Adam O’Connor, www.RVTravelPro.com
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