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About Fayetteville

Fayetteville RV parks and campgrounds tend to be concentrated north of town, which makes sense since this part of Northwest Arkansas is the gateway to the Ozark Mountains. There are, however, a sprinkling of RV Parks south of the city, as well as a few in Springdale, just north of town.

 

In Fayetteville, check out the Clinton House, a museum that commemorates former residents Bill and Hillary Clinton, Or see the Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park, where if you’re lucky, you might catch one of their Civil War reenactments. If you’re travelling with Arkansas Razorbacks fans, be sure to stop by Reynold’s Razorback Stadium during your visit.

 

The area to the northeast of Fayetteville is far and away the most popular for RVers, who come to this part of the U.S. to experience the Ozarks. Beaver Lake is a massive body of water that twists and turns around fancy suburban neighborhoods and public parks. Beaver Lake begins just south of the border with Missouri, and the river that feeds it floats all the way down to the city of Fayetteville, taking the form of Lake Sequoyah Park.

 

One of the most popular campgrounds in Fayetteville is the Road Hog RV Park on W 15th St. The park’s location means it is a short drive north to Branson and the many attractions of the James River area. The park is also a short distance from Ozark National Forest to the south. Another popular site to the northwest of Fayetteville is the Cave Springs area, where the Spring and Osage creeks meet. Check out the Creek’s RV Park, or make a day of it at the Creeks Golf Course.

 

Right next door to the Ozark National Forest is the Devil’s Den State Park, one of the most popular local spots for RV enthusiasts. The park has waterfalls, dammed river areas that create summertime swimming holes, fishing, hike and bike trails, and a proper swimming pool. Escape the southern heat at Devil’s Pool, and enjoy the dense shade trees and foliage of the region.