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Murfreesboro, Arkansas Campgrounds and RV Parks

When many people think about Murfreesboro, they immediately think of diamonds. Why? Because of the famed Crater of Diamonds State Park. This unique park offers visitors a once-in-a-lifetime experience to adventure through the area hunting for real diamonds. You’ll be offered the chance to search over 37.5 acres of plowed field that is actually the eroded surface of the world’s eighth largest diamond-bearing volcano. The good news is, if you find a diamond, it’s yours to keep!

But beyond just becoming a wealthy diamond miner, there are plenty of other things to do and places to explore in Murfreesboro. Lake Greeson offers the chance for visitors to rent a pontoon and spend the afternoon skimming the beautiful lake waters. Whether you take time to fish or simply go for a sunset you’ll never forget, Lake Greeson is secluded and peaceful. In addition to local RV parks and campgrounds, this a great place to relax and recharge.

Another great spot to explore in Murfreesboro is Ka Do Ha Indian Village. It features a small museum that showcases beautifully unique Indian artifacts, plus actual Indian mounds that you can climb. Although there may not be any diamonds, you can still search the grounds for interesting stones and rocks dating back many years.

Updated November 14, 2016

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