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Millwood has over 150 campsites available for all types of campers. Some are primitive campsites for “getting back to nature” while others are equipped with water and/or electricity. Seasons vary for each campground generally running from spring to fall.

Corps of Engineers Campgrounds are located in Beard’s Bluff, Paraloma Park, Cottonshed Park, Saratoga Park, River Run East, River Run West, Beard’s Lake, and White Cliffs.

Reservations can be made at Beard's Bluff Park (870-388-9556), Cottonshed Park (870-287-7118) and White Cliffs Park (870-287-4253). The Park Attendant Booths are open March 1st - October 31st but closed on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Campgrounds

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Click here to expand contentClick here to collapse content  Beard’s Bluff
Description: Campground is in a wooded area on the lake near the Millwood Dam and Spillway.

Location: 13 miles East of Ashdown on State Highway 32.

Facilities: 25 paved sites with water and electricity (3 with sewer), 1 with no hookups, shoreline campsites, flush toilets, showers, trailer dump station, boat ramp, picnicking area, bank fishing access, overlook, and outdoor wedding chapel.

Fees:
Site with no hookups - $10
Sites with water and electricity - $13 (Mar-Oct)

Sites with water, electricity, and sewer - $15 (Mar-Oct)

Reservable Overlook - $25-$40
Reservable Outdoor Wedding Chapel - $25

Open: Year Round.

Reservations may be made by calling 870-388-9556 March – October

Click here to expand contentClick here to collapse content  Beard’s Lake
Description: Campground is downstream of the east embankment of the Millwood Dam located on the banks of Beard’s Lake.

Location: 12 miles east of Ashdown on State Highway 32, then 1.5 miles west on access road.

Facilities: 5 paved sites with water and electricity, 3 shoreline tent campsites, vault toilets, boat ramp, bank fishing access, fishing dock, and short hiking trail with boardwalk. Campers may use facilities at Beard’s Bluff Park (1-2 miles away) including showers, swim beach, flush toilets, and trailer dump station.

Fees: Sites with no hookups - $9 (Mar-Oct)

Sites with water and electricity - $13 (Mar-Oct)

Open: Year Round.

Alligators are a part of the natural habitat at Millwood Lake and tend to frequent this area; take precaution while boating and/or fishing in this area.

Click here to expand contentClick here to collapse content  Cottonshed Park
Description: Campground is in a secluded wooded area wonderful for fishermen.

Location: 8 miles southwest of Mineral Springs and Tollette.

Facilities: 43 paved sites with water and electricity, shoreline campsites, 2 boat ramps, bank fishing access, walkway/fishing pier, picnic shelter, playground, and fish cleaning station.

Fees: Sites with water and electricity - $13-$15 (Mar-Oct)
Reservable Picnic Shelter - $25

Open: Year Round

Reservations may be made by calling 870-287-7118 March – October.

Description: Campground is in a secluded wooded area.

Location: 1.5 miles south of Paraloma on State Highway 234.

Facilities: 34 paved sites with electric and water, trailer dump station, waterborne toilets, showers, shoreline campsites, 2 boat ramps, bank fishing access, rock finger dike, and playground.

Fees: Sites with water and electricity - $13 (Mar-Oct)

Open: Year Round.

Click here to expand contentClick here to collapse content  River Run East
Description: Campground is on the banks of the Little River Outlet Channel.

Location: 10 miles east of Ashdown below Millwood Dam.

Facilities: 8 gravel sites with no hookups, concrete steps by the spillway allowing fishing access below the dam, vault toilets, bank fishing access, and boat ramp.

Fees: Sites with no hookups $5 year round.

Open: Year Round.

Click here to expand contentClick here to collapse content  River Run West
Description: Campground is on the banks of the Little River Outlet Channel.

Location: 12 miles east of Ashdown below Millwood Dam.

Facilities: 4 gravel sites with no hookups, concrete steps by the spillway allowing fishing access below the dam, vault toilets, bank fishing access, and boat ramp.

Fees: Sites with no hookups $5 year round.

Open: Year Round.

Click here to expand contentClick here to collapse content  Saratoga Park
Description: Campground is in a wooded area lakeside.

Location: 1 mile south of Saratoga on State Highway 32, the 1 mile west on access road.

Facilities: 17 paved sites with water and electricity, waterborne toilets, showers 2 boat ramps, fishing pier, bank fishing access, rock finger dike, playground, picnic area, and picnic shelter.

Fees: Sites with water and electricity - $13

Open: Year Round.

Click here to expand contentClick here to collapse content  White Cliffs Park
Description: Campground is on the east bank of the Little River. It is an excellent location for fishermen and hunters.

Location: 6 miles south of Cowlingsville on State Highway 317.

Facilities: 20 paved sites with water and electricity, waterborne toilets, showers, trailer dump station, boat ramp, bank fishing access, playground and adjacent protected natural area with hiking trail.

Fees: Sites with water and electricty - $13

Open: Year Round.