Activities and Amenities
Nestled in the Ouachita Mountains of Central Arkansas, Lake Ouachita spans a surface area of 40,000 acres, making it the biggest lake completely within the state of Arkansas.
The region has a climate with four seasons. Spring and fall are mild, summer is hot and humid, and winter is variable with temperatures ranging from below freezing on up to the 60 degrees Fahrenheit.
Prized as one of the clearest lakes in the nation, Ouachita Lake is ideal for scuba diving.
Visitors also enjoy hiking, biking, scenic driving, water skiing, fishing and hunting, as well.
RV sites have electric hookups, but keep in mind the spaces are small and unpaved. Water hookups are not available, but a water faucet is located in each loop. Other amenities include a dump station, fish cleaning station, hot showers, boat ramp and a swim beach.
Head to Hot Springs National Park and discover how it earned the nickname, "The American Spa." Or take a scenic drive through the 1.8 million-acres of Ouachita National Forest.
Boat rentals, horseback riding rentals and the Hickorynut Lookout Tower are not far from the campground.