This park is on the north side of De Queen lake. COE outdid themselves on this park. Good level paving to park RV. All sites except waterfront in shade most of the day. The unique thing is the terracing. Picnic table & BBQ grill were 3' lower, then the fire ring was on a lower terrace. Fishing pier also. There are 2 other parks on the south side of the lake. If they are anywhere near as good as Bellah Mine, they shouldn't be missed.
Waterfront sites have easy access to the lake, not a steep cliff or long walk through the weeds. Sites very well maintained. Most of the better sites are back in. It's best to get here before sundown so you don't get lost, it covers a pretty large area. With the Golden Age passport it's half price.
Nice shaded sites, trees on the west side. Can have meals at the lodge, reasonable. Weather is the nuisance: can have rain, fog, or snow on a moments notice. Real breezy, felt good on a hot day. If your rig can take an 8% grade for 2 miles, you can make it. Got senior discount.
The full hookup sites ($20) are in a circle, and close together. The other sites w/ water & electric ($17) have more privacy. Waterfront, $4 extra. The "Overflow" sites w/no hookups are $10, no big rigs. Have camped here since it opened in the 70's. The other reviews are right. It's a very nice park, much better than the state park across the lake.
There is a nice lake view, and the prevailing SE wind gives good breeze off the lake. There are plenty of trees. Sites include a concrete pad for chairs, tables, etc.The interior roads are gravel. It may be tight for large MH's & 5th wheelers but several large rigs seemed to have made it ok.