While there's no grass in this park, it's a great place to stop to see "Bill's trailer on a post" and the other sights of Little Rock/North Little Rock .It has become a regular stop for us on our way to and from "The Great White North". We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate shown reflects Passport America discount. Park is a city owned park and rights on the banks of the river. The park is next to the pedestrian bridge that goes over the river to the Clinton Library. You can easily walk to the downtown area from the park. Park is all gravel with sites a little close but adequate. Park is enclosed with security gates as the surrounding area is not the best. Wi-Fi is free and fast. Great value and great location to see Little Rock. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great campground. We stayed here three nights and had no issues. Wi-Fi worked great. It did rain while in this area and so the gravel on the site was somewhat messy. Street was paved so that was fine. It was fun to watch the river traffic. The management was helpful. Verizon Wireless works well in the park. Easy access to walking/biking paths. Secured entrance with gate code provided. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The $10 PA rate is a good bargain, as witnessed by all the high $$ rigs here instead of the Walmart parking lot. The park was overflowing due to the Obama shut down of the US Government which closed nearby cheap camping in the COE parks. We were lucky to get a spot in the overflow area which in some aspects is better than the regular sites. There is 1 bathroom for women and 1 for men. The men’s shower rates a 2, but may be under renovation as was done to the women’s bathroom. Wi-Fi was excellent. We camped here in a Motorhome.
PA rate. Easy access off I-30 & on the Arkansas River. CG is inside the "seawall" and part of the NLR City Park. Easy walk across the Clinton Bridge to the Presidential Library and on to the Clinton Museum Store. Next door to the CG is the moorage for the USS Razorback WWII submarine, open for guided tours. The CG is gravel, staff is friendly and helpful, facilities are clean, laundry a little pricey. Our Wi-Fi worked well here as did the phones. Local HDTV was clear and solid, no cable. The back-in site required a little leveling but not a problem. The towboat with barge dredging the river created more noise than did the freeway overpass next door, and that wasn't much to worry about. Be careful where you go after dark outside the seawall area. Inside is secure, outside isn't. Sites are close together and even # sites the utilities cross over and require a long reach. The river bank is very steep with riprap to prevent erosion and there is no access to the water except at the piers along the shoreline. This is a pleasant CG and we would return when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park, but no shade, no swimming pool, good electricity, parked on gravel, had to back in, because we used Passport America. Would camp here again in late fall or early spring. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a terrific location right across the Arkansas River from downtown Little Rock right under the walking bridge to the President William Jefferson Clinton Library. We only stayed one night but would like to return, great view. All hook-ups worked well. We did not bother with internet since. We used our phones for e-mail. While there was no shade, all sights were level and the view more than made up for the lack of shade. The park was very easy to get to and even though it was quite close to the I 40 bridge is was very quiet. Anytime we are in Little Rock area we will stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I rated this city owned camping park a 10, even though there is no escape from the sun and the sites are close. You can't beat the location, walking distance to The Clinton Library, which offers a free shuttle to the River Market area. Nice view of river, and it always has a breeze, despite the relentless sun. Pleasant, helpful management. I felt safe. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is for a 50 amp FHU back-in site with PA discount. How can a RV park that is essentially an open parking area with hookups have such high ratings, the answer is location, location, location. This is one of those hidden gems, an RV park within easy walking distance of a major city's downtown area. Sure it is just a big open lot that the sun bakes, but we were here to visit downtown Little Rock, not sit outside the RV. We were only here for a couple of nights this time, but we will definitely be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground is easy access from I-30. View of river and city is excellent, especially at night. Campground is fenced with gates locked at night. Entry code to gate is provided. Office staff was very friendly. Will stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our third stay at this park. It is all about the convenience and the view. The office staff is very friendly. It is a good value. There is no landscaping or pool. The WiFi is dependable. Security is excellent. It is a city owned property and they have done a good job in providing basic services in a great location. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is for a river front spot. Sea wall is only $15. Pretty view from the spot BUT no privacy as everyone comes and hangs out right behind the RV's to enjoy the river. This is a fenced and gated park owned by the city. It's in a rough area of town but we felt perfectly safe. The location is the reason to stay, right across the river from the Clinton Library which is a must see regardless of your politics. Wonderful bridge you can walk across to get to the library. The Arkansas river is fun with all the barges going down. Bathrooms are odd, sort of a portable. We stayed two nights and would stay again only for location. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
If location is everything then you can't do any better. The CG is a parking lot with W,E,and S and a little grassy area close to the river. Security is heavy as it is in a seedy part of town. You are near walking trails that take you over the river, past the presidential library and on into the downtown area. Very nice walk. We would come again as there really isn't anything else closer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Absolutely delightful, clean, basic park next to the Arkansas River. Rate is PPA. Sites are mostly level gravel; some puddles in the rain, but no mud. Good, grass dog walking area along river. Fast, free internet. Seven rating only because of lack of fancy amenities. Will be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park in downtown area across river from Clinton Presidential Library and Little Rock. Has sites directly on the river for motor coach or 5th wheel views. Pets welcome but not a whole lot of space, but they provide bags and trash at several locations. Price reflects FMCA discount of 15%. Will stay here again when in area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a smaller city campground, right on the bank of the river, and across the river from Little Rock. It's a very secure park, surrounded by a wall and locked at nite with a code for the gate. Perfect place for adults who want to stay close to the city and see the sights. Not much to do on the campground itself, but there's a nice riverfront park you can walk to. I'd have rated it higher if it had more amenities. I'd stay here again when in Little Rock. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Level gravel sites. Great power. Near to all attractions. We rode .7 to town, free parking at the town services building. For 50 cents took the trolly loop and got a good narrated tour of the historic district. You can get a 2.00 day pass and ride to the Library and get on and off all day for shopping and restaurants, The night time river view is beautiful. The free Wi-Fi is good. Our Passport America price was actually $11.50. Only con is shared hookups , we are on the correct side but a possibility of having to pull in with no view if you need to use the FHO's and nothing available, this mostly applies to the PPA sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pulled in after dark, park easy to find. Office staff very friendly, site was great & easy to get into. Wi-Fi worked well & park was amazingly quiet. Sunrise walk on the river was awesome. We didn't want to leave, but warmer climates were waiting for us down the road. Will stay here again & have recommended this park to all our "winter Texan" friends who travel that way. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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This park is a parking lot with services, which worked well. The rate is Passport America, actually $11.56/nt. It is an easy walk to some of the attractions. A note for Shaw Satellite customers, I could not get my dish to work. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has exceptional access to anywhere you want to go in the central Arkansas area. The view of the river and the skyline is spectacular. This park could really be a jewel in the city's crown with landscaping, better Wi-Fi, and cable TV. The Police patrol regularly and the park is fenced. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park owner. Park facilities are clean, but simple. No frills here, but in a great location to the Clinton library and lots of eclectic places to explore downtown; especially to have a drink or bite to eat. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There is just nothing negative to say! What a hidden gem. It would be nice to this park listed or linked to Little Rock as it doesn't show up very easily. Staff is friendly, WiFi is fast and free, power is solid, our site was very level left to right. Beautiful view of the river and downtown Little Rock. The is a museum with the USS Razorback submarine and a lot of artifacts. Sub tour was great. The Clinton library is a walk across a bridge. Easy access from I-30, IF you use the physical address and NOT the GPS database. This is a city owned park and runs very smoothly. We will stop anytime we travel through the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I read every recent comment about this park before making our reservation. All past comments are true. This park is a great place to stay for 1 or 2 nights. Does not offer anything for kids, but we were only here for convenience to Downtown Little Rock. Friendly staff, clean restroom/shower area (although did not use) and gorgeous view of river! Not sure why they put a fifth wheel right next to us when there were several other spots available. This blocked our view, but that is our only complaint! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are Little Rock natives, so were excited to be right downtown in the middle of the action. The campground itself is not a destination campground, but is clean and very well managed. The choice of sites and pricing was confusing, but the Passport American sights definitely did not look desirable, so we chose to pay more and were right up on the river nose in. It was a beautiful site and we were close to the dog walk. Now for the great part: the bike path is amazing and begins and ends right here at the park. LR have done an amazing job of developing the riverfront for leisure and exercise and we could not have been more impressed. We will definitely stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Within walking distance to Clinton Presidential Museum which my wife wanted to visit. The park was not easy to find and we had to ask a local resident to lead us to the park. Not much shade but the nighttime reflection of downtown Little Rock on the river was beautiful. The host were very friendly and nice and we felt secure. It suited our needs for an overnight stay and we would stay there again since we now know where it is located. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good quiet location near the city and historic sights, on the river, which helped offset the stark coarse gravel & rock sites with no trees or grass. There are grass areas near the river with benches, bird houses and doggie bags. Walking distance to streetcar tour route. The view of the Clinton Museum & Library, wetlands, and city park is beautiful. Office staff is very friendly. Locked gates at night. Security gate access to the biking/walking bridge across the Arkansas river is a bonus. Portable public bathrooms. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an interesting park with lot of potential, but they just didn't execute well. Who ever designed this campground knew nothing about campgrounds. It's a city run park, so I assume the city designed it. They placed the sewer and electric connection all the way at the end of the site and the sewer connection is about 8" off the ground. You will need an extension on your sewer hose if you want to use it and some slinky(S) to raise your hose. Also if you're unlucky you might be on the side where your do opens to the sewer and the lovely smell as they put all the connections in a shared spot. My neighbor had to run two sewer hoses under his camper to get to the sewer. On the plus side, you can walk or bike to most attractions and they take nearly any discount card. Passport America people get stuck with the worst spots along the concrete wall. Electric was good, water pressure was good, Wi-Fi was not great. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the most convenient Passport Park I have ever stayed in. It is within walking distance to the downtown area of North Little Rock and Little Rock. There is a bridge that you can walk across to Clinton Library. The Skyline of Little Rock is beautiful. The river traffic is fun to watch. The Passport sites are back-ins with 50 amp elect, water and sewer for only $11.56. Most Passport Camp Grounds are so far off the freeways, and this one is close to I-30 and I-40. It's a good stopping point no matter which direction we are going. We have stayed here many times and will be back again We camped here in a Motorhome.
While we were here, I saw a fold out tent trailer on the site, so they must allow these. The walkway and bike path is the big plus for the campground. As a PA we were required to hook up with sewer, water and power on the right side so that we tripped over the hoses as we got out. This is not a problem in the center sites as you can park either direction. On the wall sites ( 43 - 62), you have no option. There is only one each combination bath / toilet for men and women. This is an issue if the park is full. It is a good overnight park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
OK for a day or two, or if you have business in the area, but certainly not a vacation spot. 50 amp electric only, so bring an adapter for 30 amp. Riverside location is pretty, but there is constant noise from the adjacent highway bridge. City boat launch next door. Level gravel spots with shared hookup islands. Not cramped, but not spacious. No significant shade. Convenient walk across a pedestrian bridge to the Clinton Presidential Library and the River Market, but everything in Little Rock pretty much closes down on Sundays. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Not much to add to the previous reviews. Nothing has changed since we last stayed here in Sept. 2010. The rate quoted is for Passport America. For that you get full hookup, 50A electric in a back in against a concrete wall. Odd numbered sites have the hookups on the correct (left) side but even sites are on the other (right) side requiring running cables and hoses under the RV. Since it's wide open, all sites are good for satellite. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We like this campground. We agree with everything the previous poster said. The park is a gravel parking lot, but the riverfront location more than makes up for it. Nice grassy area next to the river where benches are set up for you to use to enjoy the views. You can walk over the new pedestrian bridge from the campground to the Clinton Library. The downtown area has many attractions to visit and the riverfront area has been developed with 17 miles of biking/walking trails, with many restaurants. The staff is very friendly, dogs are welcomed with pick up bags provided, with plenty of grassy area to walk. Sprint Hot spot worked well and no problem with satellite reception. We stayed here 4 nights, 3 nights for the Passport rate of $10, the 4th night $19. The sites along the river a little more. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you don't need to use the restrooms this is a great choice of campgrounds for near Little Rock. The campground itself is clean and attractive with very nice large level sites by the Arkansas River. We stayed in a pull through which was like staying in the parking lot BUT we had great views of river and at night we were right next to Little Rock skyline reflecting in river. You can easily walk to the Clinton Presidential Library and gardens and are within a mile of many restaurants. Nice place to walk dog and have baggies for your use. I would definitely stay here again for a few days but the restrooms are not great. They are industrial boxes set down with one toilet for men and one for women. I did not use women's restroom but husband said at first the men was OK but then a cretin went in and urinated on floor. The attendant warned me that sometimes the shower door does not latch well and water comes out and there was a mop nearby to clean it up.. That was enough for me to confine myself to camper facilities for a night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A great campground to use as a base to see Little Rock. Except when rain makes the sites' gravel base a mess. Sites are organized in staggered reverse order, can make for a pretty cozy relationship with your neighbor. It has a single purpose and fills it well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very good for a large city downtown CG. Gravel CG with paved road. Pretty easy to get to & from I-30. Rooftop TV dish worked good, Sprint cell & internet worked OK. Great location to visit Little Rock. 17 mile river walk/bike path at CG & a trolly stops 1/2 mile from CG. $10 was Passport America for 50a & water back in site, pull throughs & riverfront site are more $$$. Road noise not too bad considering the CG location. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We found this RV Park by goggling North Little Rock. The park is pretty full of construction trailers but we were parked in the overflow with water and electric. The location is about 5 miles from the Clinton Library. It's an easy off and on to I-40. Dog walking is not convenient as the road in front is busy. The owner has a good knowledge of the area and is very helpful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a basic park with little landscaping but a wonderful view. We spent two nights at $27 a night to get a riverfront view and one night with Passport America to get the $10 rate. There is a great walking/bike trail, easy walk across a new pedestrian bridge to the Clinton Library and river views that are awesome. There is some noise from the freeway but I loved the views so could easily tolerate the noise. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Actually this is a decent RV park. It looks to me that the city used construction fill to man-make the park along the river and then put a QP over the top to make it level. It does have a nice view of the city on the other side of the river. Only problem is that it only offers 2 30A sites. Everything else is 50A. They will lend you a "50A to 30A converter" for a $20 deposit. There is grass along the river with park benches to walk the dog. The bath/shower are pre-fab out buildings that are OK if you need them. The air TV signals are great. Not bad at all for an over-night stay. It looks like mostly Class A and 5th wheels stay here. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This is a bare bones park when it comes to ambiance but a good park for staying close to LR. Great view of the downtown area and the river. Hookups are fine. Wi-Fi a little slow. Level gravel sites. Security provided. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We parked right on the bank of the river with the city directly across. Interesting location right downtown. Quite a bit of noise from the nearby interstate but no surprise being so close to town. Easy access to lots of points of interest nearby. Staff was not overly exited to deal with customers but we just shrugged it off. I tried to enjoy the river and city lights the one night we stayed but the bugs overwhelmed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Used Passport America rate. Stayed here for 3 days while truck was worked on. Planned on overnight stay there was no shade so it was hot. Staff was friendly and helpful. Basically it is a large parking lot with hookups. Within walking distance to downtown little Rock. Would stay here again for an overnight. Nice view of the river and walking area along it We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great Park with a nice location to explore the Little Rock area. We paid $9.90 a night with our Passport America rate. Spent two days here, glad they had 50 amp electric as it was hot and humid! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects PA. PA campers are placed in the back or along the fence with no sewer. There is no shade except for a couple of trees along the river. Park has a nice night time view of the city. I agree with most of the previous positive postings. Management is very helpful with local information and tips to make the most of your stop. The electric tram is a nice way to get your bearings in visiting the various museums as they have drivers who give a brief talk as you pass the sights. We will stay here if we pass through again. The noise from the interstate can be heard in the early mornings as it cools off and the A/C shuts down and the morning traffic picks up. Remember the park is located almost under an interstate bridge We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects 3 nights of Passport America, 4 nights with the 15% FMCA etc discount for a middle row pull through. Riverfront is more, back ins are less. Note that only 50amp hookups are available: be sure to bring an adapter if you need less. We didn't find the freeway noise to be objectionable. You probably won't hear it over your AC if inside. Very friendly, very helpful folks in the office. Water pressure's a little low: 40lb. Park is on the river side of the flood wall, so be aware of the river levels. New pedestrian bridge across the river from the park to the Clinton Library will be open by fall 2011, making it even more convenient to Little Rock's tourist areas. Park rules limit stays to 14 days, but there are also rates posted for longer stays. Excellent Verizon signals, fast Verizon internet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent park with a beautiful view of the river and the Little Rock skyline at night. Excellent location for exploring Little Rock and the surrounding area. The staff will go above and beyond the call of duty to make your stay as pleasurable as possible. I highly recommend this park to anyone staying in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy in and out and plenty of room for our big rig this time of year. However, during busy season it would be a very tight fit. Excellent location for sightseeing. Groceries and gas fairly close. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park if you're in the Little Rock area. Beautiful view at night of downtown LR. Secured at night. Right on the river. Level gravel sites. Lot's of freeway noise but you eventually tune it out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We backed into a site next to the river and had a wonderful view. The location is terrific if you want to spend time downtown and visit many of the local attractions. The "park" is basically a parking lot with little grass and no shade. There is only one washer and one dryer. The park is clean and secure. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you need to be near Little Rock City or playing tourist, then this is a good place to be. The campground is within walking distance to the trolley or you could walk over the bridge to all of the major attractions. The interior road is paved and the sites are on gravel. The back-in sites near the sea wall are all W/E all other sites are FHU. There is a dump station on site. The electricity was good. Wi-Fi is free but we did not use it. Verizon air card and phone worked well. There are two bathroom/shower rooms (male/female) and were clean. The pedestals for the back-in sites near the sea wall are a bit odd. If you have an even numbered site, then the utilities are not on the correct side. You will need to run your electrical cord and water hoses underneath your rig to get to the utilities. The pedestals in the center row are for 4 rigs. There are no lines to delineate each rig and it could get very crowded if all of the sites were filled. All sites have 50 amp service. You must bring a 50 – 30 amp reducer if you are using only 30 amps. After 9 PM, the gates are closed but the camp host will give you the access code. My only gripe is that this park can get very, very crowded if it was filled. The price reflects the Passport America price (valid for 3 days). We would come back to the park if we were in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Along the river downtown that is secure with a fence around it. Can walk to shopping places, arena, ballpark. All gravel lot that is an excellent stop on way through as well. Clean restrooms, friendly staff, and full hookups that we paid half with passport card. Wi-Fi was not working and it is a bit noisy considering location. Will stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Really liked the full time security with check in person and then gated entry. Close to everything. Also very helpful with tourist ideas and could sell tickets. One bathroom and shower for men and one for women but very clean. Sites are on a gravel parking lot but very convenient to attractions in both Little Rock and North Little Rock. Enjoyed our stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy access off I-30, gated, quiet, convenient location, no amenities besides the pavilion. Although we were just passing through, Little Rock has a very nice River Market, cruises, many restaurants. Price reflects Passport America discount - which 'entitles' you to a back in site. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not the run of the mill campground but very nice. Riverfront sites are scenic, especially at night. All sites are level and offer ample space. Hookups conveniently placed. On-site manager is very helpful. Surrounding area looks "rough" but the park is secure. Very convenient for downtown Little Rock attractions. We very much enjoyed our stay and would definitely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the neatest campgrounds we've discovered in a long time. It recently joined the Passport America network, and that means only $10 a night. It's not often you can find campgrounds near a city's downtown. I agree with everything the previous reviewer said. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is a great find! We opted for the full hookup rather than no sewer because once we were there, we decided to stay a few days. It is right on the banks of the Arkansas River with great views; pea size gravel sites (4 on a hook up pod when busy, otherwise side by side pull throughs -- if facing correct way, no hook up problems); 7 mile bike/walking trail along the river with great parks; North Little Rock downtown is revitalized. The Starving Artist on Main has the best food we've had in a long time; $2 all day on/off pass for trolley transportation (buy at RV office -- they have all you need to know for touring) was wonderful for touring both N.orth Little Rock and Little Rock. Flying Saucer is great beer joint!; take a river cruise; see the Clinton Library. There is a great staff; facilities are limited for bath and wash; nice pavilion; some road noise; gated, lighted, secure; easy on/off (call for directions into park -- behind flood wall but easy to negotiate). We will be back! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Price is the Passport America rate. Easy access from I-30 or I-40. This campground is owned by the city but there were no signs directing us to the campground. We passed the entrance once! The entrance is a opening in the wall around the campground. Arrive early as the park closes a gate to limit access into the park after dark. Good local TV reception. Friendly and helpful staff. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Most all that needs to be said about the park has been said in previous writings. The location is easy to find if you check the reference map. I found the directions in the PA book were hard to understand. We were given a spot near the rear under an old railroad bridge. W/E no sewer. It is a convenient location to stay to visit downtown Little Rock. If you are staying more than overnight, it might be worth the extra $10 to get a site on the river so you can enjoy the night lights of Little Rock. We will come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The $10 rate is the Passport America rate. For that you get 50A electric and water and a site along the back wall. We were in a far end site and had a nice view of the river. Sites are gravel and level, interior roads are asphalt. Sites are closely spaced with shared hookups as described in a previous review. We didn't find that a problem, however. The park is convenient to the interstates and downtown Little Rock, and the Clinton Library is just across the river. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great for overnight stay. Easy on/off I-30 and I-40. Nice river view both daytime and evening. Full hookups, pull through and staff was very good to work with. Will stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great location next to the Arkansas River. 17 mile bike path starts here and goes along the river. Facilities are limited with one washer and dryer and one shower and toilet each for men and women. No tables at sites but large covered area with tables next to the river. Only grassy areas are for the pets. Passport America users get W/E sites only but for $10 who can complain. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park on the river. Great place to see the tugs and barges moving up and down river. The roads are asphalt and sites are all gravel. Site was very close to level, had water and 50 amp outlet only on each site with no dips in voltage. Site was on back wall (PPA Sites) and could be a small problem to hookup if you have the even number site (hookups will be on wrong side). Sites on the first two rows are side by side hookups with water, 50 amp outlet for each site, and sewer drops. Nice view of the river. You can hear some road noise from I-30. Gates are locked at night but you have a code number to get back in. Park is a great place to tour Little Rock, walk, or ride bikes into river park, around 2 miles long. We could pick up a number of TV channels over the air. Wi-Fi is free and works all over the park. You can pick up Wi-Fi from River Market across the river from here and I-30 River Park on this side of the river, all free. I found nine Wi-Fi systems on line from our site. Verizon cell and air card also worked well. You can ride the city street car over to Little Rock and visit the city, pick up tickets at the park office. Lots of good places to eat in city, a nice city to tour. Rate was on PPA. Staff was nice at check in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
So far as convenience to downtown, this place would be a 10. So far as shade, it is a 1. In the hot summer, even the river wind doesn't cool this place off. There is one consideration which forced me to give this place a 3. In an attempt to save money, they force two coaches to share electricity, water and sewer hookups. I could live with the "wrong" side electricity and water. But if you are in an even numbered spot, you have to pass your sewer hose under the coach to use it. This means you WILL spill junk and crud all over the gravel, hopefully to sink into the ground without stinking up the place. This unsanitary inconvenience alone downgrades the overall quality of this campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not a resort, but good value. This is mostly gravel and asphalt, but it's easy to get to, and the view of the river and downtown is nice. PA discount gets you a site in the back with water and electric only, but it has WiFi and 50 amp. For an overnight spot or even if you have some business in downtown Little Rock, it's hard to find fault with the park. Had to do quite a bit of leveling, but another site might be alright. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice urban park. Convenient to all the downtown attractions in Little Rock. It's asphalt and gravel with some grass by the river bank. A few trees that we gravitated to for the shade since it's summer in the south and hot. A nice breeze off the river. Night lights of downtown LR are awesome. Good security. Gate locked at night. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Had the nose of the motor home looking over at the river with the city of Little Rock and the Presidential library on the other side of the river. Bridge is there and just minutes away from everything. All gravel, neat and clean. Great asset to the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very convenient if you are a walker to go over to the River Walk, the walking bridge, and the Clinton Library. If you are not a walker, you can catch the trolley and take a tour of the area. The sites are gravel and there is no grass at the pull through sites. We could not sit out in our chairs due to the dust. The park has a beautiful view of the Arkansas river and skyline. You can wash your rig at your site for $5 but you will be sitting in mud. We might stay here again for the convenience. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is located on the Arkansas River in North Little Rock. Great location to downtown and attractions. Park is well kept, quiet, with gravel sites, and paved roads. Has great river and city views. Would definitely come back and stay longer. 40 footer: We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is just a little over a year old and still a work in progress. We used it for an overnight stay and were satisfied enough that we would return in the area. They gave us good directions to enter and it was very easy to get back on the 30/40 in the morning. The view of the river is beautiful at night. The park would benefit a lot if the owners would add some lighting as it is very very dark at night. The rate is a Passport America rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
In an excellent location on the river facing the city of Little Rock. Was within walking distance to the city and restaurants along the river walk and over a converted rail bridge. Trolley stop about 1/2 mile away, takes you to the local attractions. A great place to stay for a couple of days to visit the city and local area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here using Passport America. This RV park is basically a paved circle with gravel sites around and inside that circle. The night that we stayed here it rained pretty good. With two dogs, it got really dirty really fast. There aren't any trees to speak of and there aren't any good places for dogs to use the restroom. The RV park does however, have a lovely view of the river and downtown Little Rock. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Now with paved roads we found it to be really nice. The roads were wide and the sites easy to get into. Ours was gravel/crushed stone but the rain overnight did not affect it. The river and skyline were nice to see out the front window and being only a mile from the downtown of Little Rock was very nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
After having read the earlier reviews of this park, I wasn't sure I was going to enjoy camping here, but I sure did! This is a very nice campground that is getting better as they go along. The check-in process was smooth and the camp operators were very friendly and helpful. The park was gravel when I was there, but they are upgrading to a paved loop this week. All of the utilities are top notch and hook up was a breeze. The park is about 200 yards from the I-30 river bridge and there is some road noise, but with my air unit on, I didn't notice it. The Wi-Fi is a city-run public system that is free, but there are banner ads generated at the top of each new page you open. You can close the ads, but each new page brings a new ad. Wi-Fi speed was pretty good though. The only downside, is the lack of cable TV for the park. I have a portable satellite system in my trailer, so it wasn't a problem for me. Those without satellite need to bring their HD antennas for local TV. Just past the river bridge to the west, there is a river walk that is very nice for walking, jogging or bicycling. This is a nice campground and it will only get better as the city of North Little Rock continues to upgrade the facilities. Enjoy! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This place is hard to rate. All it is is a big parking lot with no amenities. But, it's right on the Arkansas River. There are things to see within walking distance. Very few 30 amp sites, but they gave me an adapter to use. The people in the office are very nice: took me to my site. The Wi-Fi worked well. No cable but I could get 5 or 6 TV stations. The owners just opened this park in Oct '08 and are working to improve it. The whole place is being paved. In fact, the trucks were here at 7:30 am to start work! The women's bathroom/shower was closed because the water was turned off. They offered to let me use the men's. It's a fine place to stay overnight or to see the local sites as long as the RV park isn't meant to be the destination. My rate was based on Escapees or military discount of 15%. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The price reflects Passport America discount. Other discounts are available. We enjoyed our stay very much at this park. It has a beautiful view of Little Rock. The city bicycle trail starts at the park. There is also a walking bridge across the river close by to walk or ride bicycles to Little Rock. The managers were very friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place to stay. Currently under construction for showers and laundry. Friendliest personnel, beautiful riverfront and views. Ultra modern sewer/water/electrical hookups (new). Have already made reservations for return visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed one night while driving through, and the campground was fine, in spite of the fact that it rained. Yes, the area is a fine gravel parking lot and it does get wet and sloppy, but this not a spot where you are going for the environment, since there are no trees and it is a downtown location. The staff was very friendly, even loaned us a 50 to 30 amp converter as our site was 50 amp only at the box. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If it is raining or blowing this is not a good park. Miserable night in the mud and sand with my dogs. There is no storm shelter except a submarine, which was not open. Won't stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a new RV Park in downtown North Little Rock, Ar. It is located right on the Arkansas River where fishing and boating are encouraged. Perminate buildings are not allowed in that area therefore there are no restrooms. It is located within walking distance of all of downtown North Little Rock and most of Little Rock. There are four FHU's, the rest are water and elect. The new rates start at $18.00 with a 15% discounts for FMCA, Escapees, AARP, AAA, Military, Golden Age/Access, and 10% for Good Sam. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We checked this fairly new park out yesterday. It's a no thrills park, large blacktop area right on the Arkansas River in downtown North Little Rock. Totally fenced and secured with a key pad gate. It's located right at the start of the Arkansas River Trail and Riverside Park. This would be a great place for doing stuff in North Little Rock or just across the river in Little Rock, every thing would be just minutes away. We were told that you get a 15% discount by showing any type of RV or camping membership (such as Good Sam,Escapee, etc or military card). We camped here in a Motorhome.