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Piney Bay Park campsite

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Click here to expand contentClick here to collapse content  Old Post Road Park
Description: Class A Park with flush toilets, showers, a trailer dump station, visitor protection, and new, level sites with water and electricity at each. Picnic shelters are available for rent March 1 – October 31. For more information, contact the park Office (*manned from March 1 – October 31) 479-968-7962 or the Project Office.

Location: 3 miles west of State Hwy 7 south in Russellville on State Hwy 7 south spur. It is overlooking the north bank of the Arkansas River at Dardanelle Lock & Dam.

Facilities: 40 campsites, 8 picnic shelters, boat launch ramp, playground, tennis courts, basketball courts, volleyball, soccer field, and softball field.

Fees: Day use fee does not apply. Campsites $20. Picnic shelters are $50 daily rental. Tennis Courts( 3-6 are reservable )$30 all day rental. Soccer field $30 all day rental.

Open: Year round. Picnic shelters and campsite reservations can be made for campsites from March 1 – October 31.

Click here to expand contentClick here to collapse content  Piney Bay Park
Description: Class A Park with flush toilets, showers, a trailer dump station, visitor protection, and many sites with water and electricity. A picnic shelter is available for rent March 1 – October 31. Located on the scenic Piney Bay of Lake Dardanelle, it offers many water sports and fishing opportunities. For more information, contact the park Office (*manned from March 1 – October 31) 479-885-3029 or the Project Office.

Location: 4 miles east of London on State Hwy 64, then 3 miles north on State Hwy 359.

Facilities: 91 total campsites, 85 campsites with electricity, 70 campsites with water, 1 picnic shelter, boat launching ramp, swim beach, and playground.

Fees: Day use fee applies. Campsite fees range from $16 to $20. Picnic shelters at $50 daily rental.

Open: Year round. Picnic shelters and campsites are available for reservations March 1 – October 31.

Description: Class B Park with a vault toilet and 8 camping sites with electricity and water. It is open for picnicking year round, with the sites open for camping March 1 - October 31. Campers can utilize the trailer dump station in Old Post Road, located across the river from Riverview.

Location: West of State Hwy 7 South in Dardanelle on Second Street. Located immediately below the Dardanelle Dam and Powerhouse.

Facilities: 18 campsites, 14 picnic sites, 1 picnic shelter.

Fees: Campsite fees range from $10 to $18. Picnic shelter at $35 daily rental.

Open: March 1 – October 31.

Click here to expand contentClick here to collapse content  Shoal Bay Park
Description: Class A Park with flush toilets, showers, a trailer dump station, visitor protection, and 62 sites with water and electricity at each. A picnic shelter is available for rent March 1 – October 31. For more information, contact the park Office (*manned from March 1 – October 31) 479-938-7335 or the Project Office.

Location: 2 miles north of New Blaine on State Hwy 197. Located on the scenic Shoal Bay arm of Lake Dardanelle, it offers many water sports and fishing opportunities.

Facilities: 82 total campsites, 82 campsites with electricity, 62 campsites with water, 1 picnic shelter, 2 boat launching ramps, swim beach, and a playground.

Fees: Day use fee applies. Campsite fees range from $16 to $20. Picnic shelters at $50 daily rental.

Open: Open year round. Picnic shelters and campsites are available for reservations March 1 – October 31.

Description: Class A Park with flush toilets, showers, a trailer dump station, visitor protection, and 23 sites with water and electricity at each, and 5 tent sites. A picnic shelter is available for rent March 1 – October 31. It is scenically located on bluffs overlooking the Arkansas River. Many opportunities exists here for waterfowl viewing and fishing. For more information, contact the park Office (*manned from March 1 – October 31) 479-754-6438 or the Project Office.

Location: 2 miles south of Clarksville on State Hwy 103.

Facilities: 29 total campsites, 24 campsites with electricity, 1 picnic shelter, 2 boat launching ramps.

Fees: Day use fee applies. Campsite fees range from $12 to $18. Picnic shelters at $50 daily, for rent March 1 – October 31.

Open: Year round.