We were head over to the State Park and came across this place. It's a COE CG on the east side of the dam 18 miles E of Ashdown on state hwy 32 on the lake side of the dam. The roads and sites were paved. Sites had a picnic tables, a fish butchering table, and some with shelters. They have full electrical hooks ups. NOTE!!! CHECK YOUR POWER BEFORE YOU PLUG IN! I checked mine at the first site we choose and found that it was at 135v++. We moved down 3 sites and found some good power. They say they have 3 sites with sewer hook ups but I didn't see them. The dump station is on the other side of Hwy 32 across from the entrance of the park. COE has about 9 sites around the lake I'm not sure how many of them have campgrounds. Check out the COE web site. On the down river side of the dam there are two campgrounds. We checked out the one on the East side and it had 5 large back in sites with no pull throughs with power and water and a restroom with shower. Out site was on the lake with a great view of the sun set. There's some daytime noise from Hwy 32 which runs over the dam but not much of an issue at night. Great spot and was on $5.50/night with the federal old age card. We camped here in a Motorhome.
RPI rate. CG is growing and the golf course is coming back. A new section of pull thru sites is much like the others with concrete pads and patios equipped with new picnic tables. The roads are packed gravel and red dirt, the approaches to the drive thru sites are crushed rock. There are many activities in the park and golf is available Tue-Sun. The restaurant and pro-shop are open Thur-Sun but breakfast biscuits and coffee are put out in the activities room seven days a week at 8:30A to 11. Fishing is mostly catch and release large mouth bass and catfish. Staff is super and the Ocean Canyon Properties org is making things work, now operating 8 resorts across the country. Interior roads get a little rough during heavy rains but things drain well for the most part. We would stop here if we pass this way again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful, quiet campground in a gorgeous part of the state. Very shady sites. Never crowded, but not deserted either. The site also has an 18-hole golf course in good condition. If you're looking to meet lots of people and have a party, this isn't the park for you. However, if you want to relax in nature and hit a couple rounds, you'll love Millwood.. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate (actually free) reflects the fact that we came here on a sales offer. The park is a peaceful, quiet place with two ponds and a golf course. Did I mention peaceful? Sites are paved with a small patio attached along with a wooden picnic table. No cell phone reception here but our satellite worked fine for our tv and the wifi was good. No laundry facilities alto we were told they are building them now. The park restrooms were rather dilapidated as well. Also, the restaurant/bar is not open and appears to have been on the downhill slide for a long time. But the park is very peaceful and we would return, but we did not succumb to the sales pitch! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
What a pleasant surprise. It was a clean park in a peaceful setting. The golf course is right there and affiliated with the park, plus there is a restaurant on site. We will definitely be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Has easy access from road. Check in took some time at the guard house. We were guided to our site and had our choice. Very nice, clean park with few other campers. Some sites need cleaning and others were under trees. We could use our phone, aircard and Dish. Has good water pressure and a nice long site. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
What a pleasant and clean little park in a peaceful setting. The golf course is affiliated with the park and there is a restaurant on site. Will definitely be returning in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is under a major renovation. They are adding a lot of new sites. The one we were in was level and had a concrete pad. The new sewer were place in the middle of the site which really made hooking up our unit a breeze. They seem to listen to the campers. They have a great restaurant meals were reasonable. Staff we found to be very friendly, and helpful. We were in a hollow and cell phone connections were poor down there, but good up by the club house. For those who play golf great course, and nicely restored. A great place, and we will go there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Coast to Coast rate. Swimming pool wasn't opened in late April. No laundry. There is a restaurant open on weekends. The sites are yards away from the first tee. There is a pond and a clubhouse, but no laundry. The restrooms could use a little maintenance. The sites have concrete slabs and patios. The roads are gravel. Site size was average. There is a children's play area and tennis courts. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We really enjoyed this campground. Nicely wooded, decent amount of space between sites. 24 hour Walmart (as much as we plan, we still forget things sometimes) 7 miles away. Nice playground for the kids. The entrance is tough to spot if you are coming in late, keep an eagle eye out for the sign. About a 3 hour trip from the DFW metroplex. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Great clean park. Several water front and water view sites. Clean restrooms and showers. Bank fishing OK but a boat would be better; we caught fish using minnows. The store has boat rentals and canoe rentals along with water bike rentals. The store was open all day from 6 to 6. Bank fishing from the spillway was fun to watch as folks snagged catfish up to 10 pounds using big triple hooks and 2 oz weights. We will be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We reserved one of two park host sites, so we had full hookups with sewer. Sites are close together. Lots of tall trees with shade everywhere. We enjoyed our stay over the Memorial Day weekend. Each site has its own trash can which is nice. Unfortunately most campers seem to toss drink bottles, cigarette butts, and other small trash right on the ground. Two nice parks for kids. We would visit again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
When I made the reservation, it was for a site with full hookups. We arrived Thanksgiving afternoon and there were no park hosts or park staff. We drove around looking for a site with a sewer connection and did not find one so we just picked a site. When I went to the office the next morning to pay, I was told there were two sites with sewer, that they were for the camp hosts and were rented when there was no camp hosts on duty. I paid for the night and we moved to Lake Catherine SP, which is one of our favorite parks. The roads through the loops were very narrow and winding with trees almost on top of the roads, and I think a large rig would have been in trouble trying to get through. All in all, it's a nice park and maintained in the same high standards of all of the Arkansas parks, this one just isn't for me. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice shady campground with well maintained restrooms and showers. All types of sites available near a super fishing lake. Watch out for alligators; that's what the brochure says. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is another COE CG on the East, downriver side of the dam. It has 5 long back in sites with power and water. The sites are huge private and close to the water. Don't count on swimming there due to the sign warning of large gators that hang out in the water. We did not camp here but were up on the other side of the dam at Beards Bluff. This CG is 18 miles East of Ashdown on state hwy 32. The dump station is across the road from the Beard's Bluff turn in to the east. The rate reflects the Fed. old age discount (50%). We camped here in a Motorhome.