Greers Ferry Lake Campgrounds


Cherokee Campground
Greers Ferry, AR 72067
(501) 362-2416
Cherokee Description: Campground is located on the north side of the lower lake just west of Silver Ridge Peninsula.

Facilities: 33 campsites (16 with electric, 17 without), vault toilet, drinking water, trailer dump station, launching ramp.
Fees: $12 non-electric, $14 electric, $16 prime electric.
Seaon: Open May 15 - September 15; First-Come, First-Served.

Location: From Drasco, AR, take Hwy 92 West 7 miles then 3 miles south on Brownsville Road. Follow signs into campground..

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Choctaw Campground
Clinton, Arkansas 72031
(501) 362-2416
Choctaw Description: Campground is located on the western end of the upper lake south of Clinton, AR.

Facilities: 146 campsites (78 with electric, 68 without), flush and vault toilets, showers, drinking water, trailer dump station, launching ramp, swimming area, playground, picnic shelter, and marina.
Fees: $14 for non-electric, $17 electric, $19 prime.
Open: April 1 – Oct 31; reservable season May 15– September 5.

Location: : From Clinton, AR, take US 65 5 miles south to AR 330 then 3.5 miles east. Follow signs into campground..

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Cove Creek Campgrounds
Quitman, Arkansas 72131
(501) 362-2416
Cove Creek Description: Campground is located on the south end of the lower lake southwest of Heber Springs.

Facilities: 65 campsites (31 with electricity, 34 without), flush and vault toilets, showers, drinking water, trailer dump station, launching ramp, swimming area and picnic shelter.
Fees: $14 for non-electric, $17 electric, $19 prime.
Open: April 1 – Oct 31; reservable season May 15 – September 5.

Location: From Heber Springs, Arkansas, travel 6.3 miles southwest on SR 25, then 3 miles northwest on SR 16, then 1.25 miles northeast on access road. Follow signs into campground..

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Dam Site Campgrounds
Heber Springs, Arkansas 72543
(501) 362-2416
Dam Site Description: Campground is located on the lake shoreline near the dam adjacent to Heber Springs.

Facilities: 252 campsites (158 with electric of which 49 will have 50 amp service, 94 without) 40 campsites have water hoolups available at the site.
Fees: $14 for non-electric, $17 electric, $19 prime, $20 with water.
Open: Year ound; reservable season May 15 - September 5.

Location: From Heber Springs, AR, take Hwy 25 1/2 mile north and follow signs into the campground..

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Devils Fork Campgrounds
Greers Ferry, Arkansas 72067
(501) 362-2416
Devils Fork Description: Campground is located on the lake shoreline near Greers Ferry.

Facilities: : 55 campsites with electricity, flush and vault toilets, showers, drinking water, trailer dump station, launching ramps, swimming areas, playground and picnic shelter.
Fees: $17 electric, $19 prime.
Open: Year round; reservable season May 15– September 5.

Location: From Greers Ferry, AR, take SR 16 1/4 mile north and follow signs into the campground..

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Heber Springs Campground
Edgemont, Arkansas 72044
(501) 352-2416
Heber Springs Description: Campground is located on the lake shoreline adjacent to Heber Springs

Facilities: : 142 campsites (106 with electric, 36 without), flush and vault toilets, showers, drinking water, trailer dump station, launching ramp, swimming area, playground, picnic shelter and marina.
Fees: $14 for non-electric, $17 electric, $19 prime.
Open: April 1 – Oct 31; reservable season May 15 – September 5.

Location: From Heber Springs, AR, travel 2 miles west on Hwy 110, then 0.5 mile north on Park Road. Follow signs into the campground..

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Fishing Info: The 30,000-acre Greers Ferry Lake is known for its clear waters and cliffs that line much of its shoreline. One easily recognizable geologic feature on the lake is Sugar Loaf Mountain, where a national recreational trail by the same name climbs the 1,000-foot summit on an uninhabited island (making it accessible only by boat).

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