Garden of the Gods RV Resort in Colorado Springs

Garden of the Gods

Getting out next to nature is easy when you live next door. But if you are not, you don’t have to worry because there is a place where you could enjoy that allows you to explore Colorado. 

It is a few minutes away from Colorado Springs, CO, and it takes little more than an hour from Denver. You could find one of the hottest and recommended recreational vehicle retreat areas, the Garden of the Gods RV Resort. 

Tourists, guests, or even CO residents would feel astounded by its beauty and incredible amenities you could enjoy and discover as you visit the place. There is an overwhelming ambiance as you decided to take a vacation in this recreational vehicle retreat spot.

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You may not understand and know why this recreational vehicle retreat spot becomes the talk of the town. Unless you would visit the place to experience, explore, and discover the hidden glory of this featured recreational vehicle site.  

So, let us go as you read the insights and ideas deeply and do a review of this wonderful place where you could bring your family, friends, teammates, and even loved ones. It is not just to enjoy the view but also to try all the different recreational vehicle site activities.

Basic Information

If you are new, you should look at this basic information to read and reviewed for your convenience and comfort.

OPERATING HOURS

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

ADDRESS

3704 West CO Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80904, USA

CONTACT INFORMATION

  • (719) 475-945)
  • (800) 248-9451

EMERGENCY HOTLINE

2-1-1

E-MAIL ADDRESS

Getting there

If you would use your GPS, you could encode this latitude and longitude 38.857, -104.8849 directions. From Denver, you have to take Superhighway Road 25 Southbound to Centennial Land. When you are in Colorado Springs, you have to take exit 141, or US-24 Westbound towards Cimarron, and 2.5 miles follow it. Then, you could turn right onto 31st Street and go left onto Westbound of Colorado Avenue.

If you come from New Mexico, you have to take Superhighway 25 Northbound to Centennial Land. When you are in Colorado Springs, you have to take exit 141 or US-24 Westbound too towards Cimarron and head 2.5 miles again. You could turn right onto 31st Street and head left onto Westbound CO Avenue.

However, suppose you are from Kansas City. In that case, you should take Interstate 70 Westbound or US-24 Westbound to Limon, then take exit 359 towards Limon and continue to head onto US-24 Westbound, which turns you into East Platte Avenue in Centennial Land. In the Centennial Land, you could take the exit for North Powers Boulevard, Southern portion, and head 2.3 miles to the East Fountain Boulevard and take the exit. You could head to East Fountain Boulevard too, then to Interstate 25 and merge onto Interstate 25 Northbound to exit 141 or US-24 Westbound towards Cimarron and head 2.5 miles. You may also turn right onto 31st Street and head left onto the Western portion of CO Avenue.

You may take Interstate 80 East portion towards CO to exit 359A or Interstate 25 Southbound from Salt Lake City. You may take the exit 141 or US-24 West portion towards Cimarron and head 2.5 miles in Centennial Land. Afterward, you could turn right onto 31st Street, then head left onto the Westbound portion of CO Avenue.

How to Make a Reservation

Like all kinds of campgrounds or tent sites you reviewed, this recreational vehicle spot requires a booking to allow you to have your preferred place when you pay a visit to the area. Reservation helps you to find a suitable place where they could meet your needs and ideal services. 

 

You could email the spot at their email address and contact them via phone call. There are requirements and policies that you have to meet to enjoy your stay in the area. 

 

The arrangement would allow you to have an advantage in all its benefits, amenities, and opportunities. Since Garden of the Gods RV resort is one of the most popular recreational vehicle spot campgrounds in CO, there are plenty of people who want to arrange a room, suite, cottage, or bunkhouses to prepare for their vacation. 

 

So, to make sure that you arrange a place for you and your family, they require certain pricing to the area you chose that you pay either deposit or full payment via credit card as you arrange and reserve your preferred place. You could check their website too for more information and do an online reservation and arrangement.

Cost to Book

Arrangement in a recreational vehicle spot campground requires you to pay charges to avail the wonderful features, amenities, and activities that the Garden of the Gods RV resort offers to its guests and visitors. We provided you with insights about the pricing so that you reviewed the area before you decided to pay a visit to it. 

During the Fall or Winter season, the pricing ranges from $24.99 and up. It depends on the demand and availability of the area. While in the Spring or Summer season, the rate ranges from $34.99 and up, which depends on the area’s availability and demand too. 

There are three special rates you could choose and consider. These are: 

  • The Best Available Rate (BAR)

Suppose you are planning a vacation or trip, which is firm. In that case, you could lock in the best-priced rate available on the site when you arrange your reservation for your ideal and desired accommodation type near a specific season and timeframe. You must use a credit card when paying for the arrangement when you make the arrangement. You have to know that the payment is not refundable. 

  • The Peace of Mind Rate

This Peace of Mind rate is a fully refundable payment with less than a 10% cancellation fee during unexpected circumstances that you need to cancel the arrangement except during holiday periods or seasons. You may cancel the arrangement or make a change on the date, but this change must take on before 3:00 PM MST or before 72-hours before your arrival. 

When canceling your arrangement or changing the date, you have to call the property staff at 719-475-9450 and speak to a front desk associate to make things clear. An email or voice message is not applicable and accepted by the person in charge of the reservation and arrangement. The dates for the change of the arrangement must be within one calendar year. The prepayment of less than 10% would allow you to receive the refund to your credit card on file if you canceled 3:00 PM MST, 72-hours before your arrival during non-holiday seasons. 

  • Extended Stay Rate

If you want to enjoy RVC’s amazing properties for more than 28 days, the camper spots offer an Extended Stay Rate. Where you could stay longer, meanwhile, we could not guarantee you a specific unit number or site, including the cabins, camp hookups, yurts, etc. But what we could guarantee you is that we would give you a place that could give you accommodation that is greater than or equal to the type you arrange when you want to extend.

This rate is available only through phone, and take note that the camper spot requires guests who want to extend their stay must complete a simple background screening process for a nominal fee and allow the extension of their stay. Rigs could add too as the subject to approval by their management for the extension.

Major Features

Garden of the Gods RV Resort shares a location with Manito Spring and Old Colorado City. It is Colorado’s first Capital City, and you could locate it in the foothills of Pikes Peak, America’s most visited series of mountain ranges. With easy access in Centennial Land to some of the best attractions for dining, hiking, sightseeing, and everything in between.

Colorado’s historical mountain towns’ location would make your camp experience in Centennial Land very much memorable. In addition to this, the management upgraded the retreat spot’s accommodations to give you modern and extreme comforts, closely similar when you are at your home. 

Located in Centennial Land, which is about 4.3 kilometers from the Red Rock Corral and about 11.3 kilometers from Palmer Park, you could find the Garden of the Gods RV Resort. It could provide you great accommodations, including recreational vehicle areas, cottages, suites, studio type rooms, bunkhouses, and even tent areas with free access to the wireless internet connection, a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, air conditioning, and a shared lounge.

Some site units include a fully equipped kitchen, a dishwasher, a private bathroom with a hairdryer, a satellite flat-screen TV, and a shower.

The retreat spot village has a sun terrace where you could enjoy bonding with your family and feel the fresh and cool air from the mountain ranges covering the spot camp area.

You could enjoy hiking within proximity of Garden of the Gods RV Resort, and it has an amusement ground available on-site for your children to have fun and relax as well. 

From the accommodation, you would reach Peterson Air Force Base, which is only 19.3 kilometers away. On the other hand, the US Air Force Academy is 20.9 km away from the accommodation area. You could find the closest airport in the recreational vehicle retreat spot, too, the Colorado Springs Airport, about 25.7 kilometers away from the featured recreational vehicle retreat spot.

Most campers, especially couples, prefer and like the location. They give a high rate and fascinating reviews because it is ideal for a two-person trip.

Here is the property map of the Garden of the Gods RV Resort for you to review.

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Activities and Amenities

In a particular area like a recreational vehicle retreat spot, activities and amenities give life to the featured areas. So, here are some of the perfect things and facilities you have to look for and give reviews so that you could enjoy the area while staying in the featured recreational vehicle campground retreat spot. 

You could swim in the views of the campground retreat spot.

During the hot days when camping, swimming in the pool is one of the best activities that everyone would enjoy, whether you are an adult or a kid. So, you could slip into one of the featured areas, two heated swimming pools, and bask in nature, the heart of CO. With sun-drenched and a convenient seating area, you may catch some rays or relax for a sunset soak. The pools in the areas are open seasonally.

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Playtime's in session in the retreat spot's amusement ground.

Children are not always allowed to go on hiking trails or adventurous activities that most adults love to explore. So, having a place which is a modern, fun, and safe place designed for children to enjoy. It makes the amusement ground the main and prime hangout for budding glampers and campers. Tykes could swing, slide, jump, and run while you watched their curiosity enhance the spark and spirits soar.

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Let's have your Furry Friend fun around the neighboring retreat spot campground.

The “Bark Park” on the site area is a safe and gated amenity ensuring that your pets, especially your dogs, could enjoy their stay at the area as much as you do. You could contact the recreational vehicle staff for more information and the pet policies you need to follow and review.

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Day Trip

While you take a break from the stressful city activities, you could go to the Springs of Manitou for a zipline course, which is very popular among families with children that love adventures based on reviews. You could embark on the wild adventure through the forest as you try out the different varieties of zipline activities and customize the experience to suit your thrill-seeking level through the help and company of your guide. Tutorials, gears, and hydration are all important and included for your convenience.

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Parks

You could locate it at the bottom of Pikes Peak too. These popular meadows feature rock climbing, stunning geological formations, nature trails, the Red Rock Corral Visitor and Nature Center, and National Natural Landmarks.

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Specialty Museum

There is a one-of-a-kind tribute that the USA gave to the Olympic and Paralympic movements and Team USA athletes, the center of the story. It is the US Olympic & Paralympic Museum, which is a 60,000-square foot building that features twelve galleries that follows the narrative arc that takes the guests through the journey of Team USA. The city guests would experience all the team’s inspiring stories through cutting-edge technology that prioritizes inclusivity and accessibility. They connected it to the USOPM, which is the Flame Café and Museum Shop. The Flame Café offers gourmet salads, Neapolitan-style pizza, sandwiches, and more dishes from its seasonal menu. On the other hand, the Museum Shop shows off an impressive collection of Paralympic and Olympic merchandise.

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Hiking

A classic hike is ideal for area visitors who want to challenge themselves to trail in this area. It includes aspen trees, streams, panoramic views, and rock formations. The trail has more than six miles with 1,700 feet moderate elevation gain. While doing this hike, you need the help and guidance of a certified guide that could provide you with the area’s history, geology, fauna, and flora during your exciting hiking trail. Your guide would give you instruction too about the five fundamentals insights of front country hiking to help prepare you for your hikes if ever you have plans in the future.

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Private Sightseeing Tours

You may buckle up and let the bumpy excitement experience begin when you decide to explore the corners of Red Canyon, which is a bit hard to reach when you go on a 4×4 Jeep tour from the City of Canyon. You may enjoy the incredible views of the amazing red towers, too, and keep your eyes peeled for mule deer, bears, and other wild creatures. You could know the area’s unique history and the geology explained by your tour guide to give you the inside scoop and idea about the area. You could see other highlights too and overlook the Arch and the real footprints of the dinosaurs. 

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Nature and Wildlife

To enjoy the wilderness of CO, you don’t need to be a hard-core or experienced mountaineer to enjoy it. Because it has this beginner-friendly hike that may help you go on an adventure, even if you are a beginner in the Centennial Land area, you may join your guide to explore a simple and classic hiking area where you could traverse a short trail with a slight elevation gain and position. You could learn how to approach a hike in a front country neighboring the featured area. Along your way, you could take in the views of rock formations and streams, which are towering of aspen trees, and even Pikes Peak with the guidance of the tour guide that led the way.

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Climbing

You may get a bird’s-eye view of one of CO’s most well-known landmarks, the Red Rock Corral, where you could do a private rock climbing adventure along with your friends. After learning some basic climbing knowledge, you and your group may ascend to the colossal red rock formation. Of course, you need a guide and coaching from an experienced private guide. It is a four hours outing for beginner and intermediate climbers. It includes rental equipment too needed for up to four people in a team. Only a small portion of visitors could see the national meadow from this perspective and position.

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4WD

You could buckle up for an exciting and entertaining 4WD Jeep tour in some of the Springtimes in CO, which have the most renowned sights. You may have a small-group adventure where your tour guide gives you some review of the history and geology of CO’s quintessential Old West area, the Pikes Peak foothills—in comparison, pointing out views and sceneries that include the Red Rock Corral soaring red rock formations.

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Historical Tours

You are exploring one of the most beautiful parks in the westbound of American in an easy and fun way on a Segway tour in the Red Rock Corral near Centennial Land. You may learn about the ancient history of the meadow’s red rock formations and see how it shapes naturally, like the praying hands and kissing camels that get their names through its formation. You may cover much more ground than by walking, making it a great option for visitors who have so much limited time.

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Cultural Tours

If you want to wander around the Red Rock Corral and Pikes Peak from Denver, you may tick off the two top natural sights you would find in CO for a day trip or in just one day of exploring it. Suppose you want to go on a cultural tour. In that case, the group must have fourteen people maximum capacity or a small group to ensure that everyone receives personalized attention from the guide while on the round trip transfers, which allows you to focus not only on the road but on the views and sceneries.

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If you want to wander around the Red Rock Corral and Pikes Peak from Denver, you may tick off the two top natural sights you would find in CO for a day trip or in just one day of exploring it. Suppose you want to go on a cultural tour. In that case, the group must have fourteen people maximum capacity or a small group to ensure that everyone receives personalized attention from the guide while on the round trip transfers, which allows you to focus not only on the road but on the views and sceneries.

You could find a Laundry room, Convenience store, Showers, Free Wi-Fi, Game Room, Outdoor Grills, and a Pet-Friendly park and area.

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Accomodations

Your stay in Garden of Gods RV resort may not be complete if there is no good accommodation provided for you. Here are the following areas to review: bunkhouses, suites, and cottages that may accommodate you to meet your needs and preferences even if you are not in the prestigious hotels in town.

Recreational Vehicle Sites

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Recreational Vehicle Site Features to review:

Water

Yes

Amp/Power Service

 30/50 (Depends on the site)

Wi-Fi connection

Yes (Limited)

Picnic tables

Yes

Fire Pit style

Community style

Check-In
Check-Out

1:00 PM 
11:00 AM

You may enjoy the beauty of Pikes Peak because most of the area’s recreational vehicle areas share spectacular views. You may bring all of your “toys” to make the unforgettable experience of your CO adventure. 

The recreational vehicle site offers five choices: the Standard, Deluxe, Poolside back-ins, Premium, and Executive pull-throughs. All of the retreat spot amenities and services would be available, including the swimming pools, showers, laundry facilities, TV lounge, Arcade, and complimentary Wi-Fi, available to use by camper guests. It gained fascinating reviews from the campers. 

For RV Site Policies to review:

  • The charges on the areas vary, and the basis of it is on two persons per occupancy. You have to pay $3 per night for each additional person who ages six and up.
  • If you would become monthly guests, you have to pay a charge and a flat fee of $175 for electricity consumption.
  • You may not allow bringing your pets beyond the recreational vehicle areas, bunkhouse, and tent areas. 
  • All areas are full hookups with power ranging 30 amp or some with 30/50 amp, including sewer and aqua, and Complimentary Wi-Fi.

COTTAGES & SUITES

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Why It's Awesome

Frequently Asked Questions about Homestead Campsite and RV Parks

If you are not sure how good, pleasing and convenient the campsite you want to give a visit to, you may have different questions that you want to answer to decide wisely about visiting and outing at the featured campsite. So, we looked for the most frequently asked questions about this campsite that would help you.

For the Cabins, what are their check-in and check-out times?

 

Their common check-in is at noon for tent camp and RV sites, and the check-out time is at 11:00 in the morning.

What To Expect

OPERATING HOURS

Advanced booking is a recommendation for convenience.

  • Check-in time: 1:00 PM
  • Check out time: NOON

RATES

SERVICES

RATES

Cabin type Hotels

$140/day

Waterway Tubes

$20/day

Single Kayak

$45/day

Tandem Kayak

$60/day

Canoe

$50/day

Mountain Bike Shuttles

$1.00/30 minutes per mile

Kayak and Canoe Shuttles

$20/30 minutes

DETAILS

AMENITIES

ESSENTIALS

  • 14 Primitive Campsites
  • Four sites w/ water and electric hookups
  • Fire ring and picnic table
  • Men and women restroom
  • Kayak and Canoe Rentals
  • Mountain bike shuttles
  • Kayak and canoe shuttle
  • Gift shop and essentials store
  • Toiletries
  • Kitchen utensils
  • Bug repellant
  • Consider one of these portable sewer tanks to carry your waste since no dumpsite is available on-site

RULES & REGULATIONS

DO’S

DON’TS

  • Booking in advance is highly recommended
  • Leashing your pet/dog is a must for others safety
  • Be responsible for the waste products of your pets
  • No leaving of trash on the site
  • Loitering outside designated areas is prohibited
  • Trailers above 32-feet are not allowed
  • No dumping of septic tanks on the ground

THINGS TO DO

  • Kayaking, Canoeing, and Tubing – Rent a kayak, canoe, or tube and enjoy the clear lake.
  • Fishing – Enjoy several types of fishes straight out of the dock
  • ATV ride– Make your trip more exciting by riding an ATV while exploring the area’s vicinity. You can also try going to the Fourche Ranger District (about 15 minutes away) or Wolf Pen Gap.
  • Crystal mining – You could try this one of a kind activity at Mt. Ida, which is only 15 minutes away.
  • Mountain biking – Best enjoyed in the epic trails near Womble Ranger District, and Vista Trail
  • Hiking – It is the best way to admire nature’s natural beauty.

Why Should You Visit Here

If you are looking for a place to visit with good privacy other than hotels, open at any time of the year, and loaded with activities, then this site might bring good news to you.

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This campground located within the 91 beautiful acres of Heath Valley boasts a maximum capacity of 300 visitors year-round. The in-ground pool, miniature golf course, basketball court, and a large pond for canoeing and fishing left everyone united and entertained all day long. ATV riders have the chance to enjoy the Wolf Pen Gap ATV trails nearby.

Their full facility dining hall, outdoor Tabernacle with an LCD projector with a screen can be perfect for hosting church programs or family events. The whole vicinity is good for every age of the pack where you can do games for the kids and physical activities like basketball or mountain biking for the adults.

Suppose you are an adventure seeker or looking for a venue for team building or family bonding activities. In that case, we’ve got good news for you. This place is where you can enjoy them in its vast open grounds – perfect for large groups, surrounded by this natural beauty. 

SCHEDULES

OPERATING HOURS

  • Monday to Sunday – 24 hrs open
  • Thanksgiving/Black Saturday – To be determined.

RATES

SERVICES

RATES

Cottage Rentals

$150/day

RV Sites

$35/night

Tent w/ water and electricity

$15/night

Tent w/o water and electricity

$10/night

Cleaning fee

$25

DETAILS

AMENITIES

ESSENTIALS

  • Campsites (water and electric hookups)
  • 30/50 AMP 
  • Tent sites
  • Basketball court
  • Golf course
  • Men and women restroom
  • Fishing area 
  • Mountain bike shuttles
  • An ATV trail near the campground
  • Large activity areas
  • Vending machine
  • Great for large RVs
  • Mask or face cover
  • Extra lighting for tenting, portable generator
  • Insect repellant
  • Cleaning materials
  • Trash bin to avoid $25 cleaning fee

RULES & REGULATIONS

DO’S

DON’TS

  • Fill out the downloadable information registration form
  • Maintain a maximum of 30 swimmers in the pool (Mandated by the State)
  • Clean up after your pets
  • Look after the kids
  • Strictly avoid littering
  • No feeding or harming of animals
  • No loitering on neighbor’s site
  • No reservations two days before arrival
  • No reservations of more than a year before the date of stay

THINGS TO DO

  • Swimming – Take a dip and dive in its well-maintained pool. *max of 30 swimmers only at a time
  • ATV Ride – ATVs must stay on the roads and should not go above 15 mph. ATVs are only for entering and exiting the camp and driving to and from the different amenities around the camp. Joyriding is not allowed. 
  • Fishing – Catch fish and relax with the beautiful scenic view of this campground.
  • Basketball and Golf – Sweat it out and stretch those muscles by your lay-ups and swings.
  • Kayaking and Canoeing are exciting water activities for those with good paddling skills.
  • Crystal Digging – An essential to-do if you’re up to making your hands muddy. Take the chance to bring home some Quartz from the grounds of the Crystal Capital of the World.
  • Free running – Morning fat-burning runs on the field for everyone who loves to keep in shape.

Why Should You Visit Here

If the whole family is out on your trip, this large group-friendly camp is a two-thumbs up. Everyone in the fam’s got no time to waste with their full-list of outdoor activities to make everyone on board.

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The 75 large RV sites of Treasure Isle National Park in Hot Springs, western Arkansas, and eastern Oklahoma, is perfect for groups and families, with regular to large motorhomes. With a one-mile stretch of the riverfront along with the RV sites with electric and water hookups, you tend to enjoy the waters in an arm-stretch. Fishing, paddle, and row boating activities are available to maximize the water fun. A private beach for swimming is also accessible for everyone to dive in and cool down during the extremely hot summer.

You can also enjoy ground activities such as Volleyball, Basketball, Tetherball Courts, and the classic Horseshoe Pit. Savor the nighttime breeze by a campfire but make sure to have an RV heater when it becomes too cold for the kids to stay out. Or, take a dip in the hot springs and give your skin a little treat.

SCHEDULES

OPERATING HOURS

  • Monday to Saturday – 9:00AM to 5:00PM
  • Sunday – Closed
  • Check-in: 1:00PM to 8:00PM
  • Check-out: 11:00AM

RATES

SERVICES

NIGHTLY

WEEKLY

MONTHLY

Waterfront & Pull Through Sites

$40/night

$252

$630 + electricity

Full hookups

$50/night

Hamilton site

$48/day

Winston terrace site

$40/day

Gravel site

$38/day

VIP site

$100/day

DETAILS

AMENITIES

ESSENTIALS

  • 65 Campsites (water  and electric hookups)
  • 30/50 AMP hookup
  • Campfire sites
  • Dump stations
  • Self-Duty RV Wash
  • Restroom and Showers 
  • Laundry assistance
  • Swimming Pool
  • Dog area, only two pets per site
  • Accessible WiFi in some areas
  • Accepts various types of payment
  • Handicap-friendly
  • Kitchen utensils
  • Pet pads or diaper, leash
  • Sewer Hose for waste dumping

RULES & REGULATIONS

DO’S

DON’TS

  • Lookout and clean up after your pets
  • A 2-person tent is allowed on the RV site per approval
  • Utilize provided recycling bins
  • Bring utensils and drinks for your activities
  • Pets are not allowed inside bath and pool areas for other guests to be protected
  • No pets allowed for day guests
  • No tenting
  • No bath and shower, water activities, planned activities, and laundry assistance until further notice

THINGS TO DO

  • Picnics – Enjoy BBQ-ing on a fire pit and eat at designated picnic tables per site.
  • Nature Trailing – Wake those legs up during sunrise and immerse yourself in nature with a breath of fresh morning breeze
  • Playground – Make your kids active by letting them play and have fun under the sun.
  • Pedal Karting – For the young and young at heart, pedal with all your might around the national park.
  • Celebrations – There’s no better place than the natural state park to make memories for everyone to remember.
  • Sylvan Beach Theme Plaza Suppose you’ve experienced all of the site tours and amenities; a proximal amusement ground will feed your thrill cravings.

Why Should You Visit Here

When opting for a more active and playful trip, especially to let the kids appreciate wilderness; then this could be the perfect place rather than hotels where others call “stay-cation” a vacation.

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Economy-friendly spots with good services and amenities are rarely united. But with Oden, a campground in the Ouachita Nature Park is where you can relax your mind and body, as well as your pocket. Surely, a place for people who want to learn living in modesty. 

A unique feature from others, a Church on-site sits on the far end of the vicinity, accessible enough to include on your activity list. On the other hand, recreational entertainments you will enjoy with the fam are fishing and swimming, which are perfect for hot seasons. They may sound so simple, but if relaxation is what you are looking forward to, no strenuous movements, miles away from the city, TV, and the internet, the Oden is the best place to map your vacation plan. 

While both RV and House RV sites come equipped with hookups for water, sewer, and electricity, the tent campsite has no electricity source. Hence, tenting might be a challenge for some without accessible water and the comfort of electricity-powered devices, but the experience of that will be a memory of a lifetime. 

SCHEDULES

OPERATING HOURS

  • Monday to Sunday – 24 hours open
    Thanksgiving & Black Saturday – To be determined.

RATES

SERVICES

RATES

RV Site with electric, water, and sewer

$25/night

RV House Site with electric, water, and sewer

$25/night

Tent Camping Site without electricity

$10/day

  • Stay five nights and get the next two days for free Promo for 25% savings
  • Must stay seven consecutive night

DETAILS

AMENITIES

ESSENTIALS

  • With 30 RV sites equipped with 20, 30, and 50 AMP electrical, water and sewer hookups each (No pull-through spots)
  • Available tent sites without hookups
  • Two Showers and Bathrooms on-site 
  • Picnic Spot with Grill
  • Common Fire Pit
  • Ponds for swimming and fishing 
  • 29+ acres to explore
  • Dumpsite
  • Church on-site
  • Food and essentials goods
  • Pet pads or diaper, leash
  • Face mask and cover
  • Tent accessories, if needed
  • Portable and battery-operated lights 
  • Emergency kit

RULES & REGULATIONS

DO’S

DON’TS

  • Pets are for approval by management for others to be protected
  • Inform cancellations 7days before scheduled stay
  • Stay on your reserved site only
  • Keep children within sight at all times
  • No canceling after the 7-day grace period; otherwise, payment is non-refundable

THINGS TO DO

  • Swimming for cooling down during hot summer weather.
  • Fishing, a traditional bonding for families.
  • Picnic eating, a laid-back and low-power required recreation
  • BBQ-ing, a kind of bonding in its simplicity.
  • Tent Camping, spend a night for a little add-on for the thrill-seekers.

Why Should You Visit Here

If you like to chill out while seeing the Ouachita National Forest’s scenic beauty, this spot in the states of Arkansas and Oklahoma is surely a great candidate. Moreover, they have consistently positive reviews for very friendly staff that make you feel like family, a beautiful location that could be part of the memorable tours, and decent amenities, all for a reasonable price.

(Photo Credits to Rover Pass)

Economy-friendly spots with good services and amenities are rarely united. But with Oden, a campground in the Ouachita Nature Park is where you can relax your mind and body, as well as your pocket. Surely, a place for people who want to learn living in modesty. 

A unique feature from others, a Church on-site sits on the far end of the vicinity, accessible enough to include on your activity list. On the other hand, recreational entertainments you will enjoy with the fam are fishing and swimming, which are perfect for hot seasons. They may sound so simple, but if relaxation is what you are looking forward to, no strenuous movements, miles away from the city, TV, and the internet, the Oden is the best place to map your vacation plan. 

While both RV and House RV sites come equipped with hookups for water, sewer, and electricity, the tent campsite has no electricity source. Hence, tenting might be a challenge for some without accessible water and the comfort of electricity-powered devices, but the experience of that will be a memory of a lifetime. 

SCHEDULES

OPERATING HOURS

Individual sites at this campground operate on a 6-month rolling basis:
On December 04, 2020, at 11:00 pm

  • Availability releasing through June 04, 2021

Group sites at this campground operate on a 12-month rolling basis:
On December 04, 2020, at 11:00 pm

  • Availability releasing through December 04, 2021

RATES

SERVICES

RATES

Tent Rentals

$14/day

Camping sites
(with electricity and water)

$65/night

DETAILS

AMENITIES

ESSENTIALS

  • 58 Primitive Campsites (water  and electric hookups)
  • fire ring and picnic table
  • Men and women restroom
  • Boat ramp
  • Amphitheater
  • Dump station
  • Fish cleaning station
  • Swim beach
  • Hiking trails
  • Sewer Hose 
  • Foods and essentials goods 
  • Pet leash 
  • Diaper for pet

THINGS TO DO

  • Swimming – beat the hot weather while seeing the majestic view of the waters
  • Hiking trails – stretch your legs and waist and climb at the trails in the Denby Point Campground.
  • After hiking, try to catch some fish and cook in the designated areas.

Why Should You Visit Here

In case you want to temporarily escape the crowded hotels in the city and want a serene experience, then enjoying the epic scenery of this place could help a lot in releasing your life’s hassle.

(Photo Credits to NPS)

For events that you want a “beach themed” camping experience with your family and friends, this site could be the spot. It has up to 223 miles of scenic Ouachita National Forest Recreation Trail that runs in the northern part.

The campground consists of 68 sites with electricity and water connection, including the two sets of picnic shelters. A reserved camping community with complete amenities is also available.

Other facilities include a fish cleaning station, hot showers, a boat dock, and a dump station, so be sure to have an RV sewer hose with you. Of course, completing the hot summer vibes is the playground and swimming beach. Also, hikers and mountain bikers can explore an array of breathtaking views in the Mountains.

SCHEDULES

OPERATING HOURS

Individual sites at this campground operate on a 6-month rolling basis:
Currently, reservable availability is through May 27, 2021

  • On November 28, 2020, at 11:00 pm, availability release through May 28, 2021.

Group sites at this campground operate on a 12-month rolling basis:
Currently, reservable availability release through November 27, 2021

  • On November 28, 2020, 11:00 pm, availability release through November 28, 2021.

RATES

SERVICES

RATES

Campsite Group Standard Electric and water

$80/night

Campsite Standard Electric and water

$22/night

Campsite Group Shelter Electric

$50/night

Tent rentals

$14/night

DETAILS

AMENITIES

ESSENTIALS

  • 62 Campsites (water  and electric hookups)
  • Fire ring and picnic table
  • Men and women restroom
  • Dump Station
  • Swimming
  • Tent pads
  • Picnic tables

THINGS TO DO

  • Camping – scouting masters and campers, you may apply what you’ve learned from the survival lessons while enjoying the scenic beauty of nature.
  • Swimming – ready your sunblocks and swim in the water to forget about the hot climate while enjoying the beautiful landscapes.
  • Fishing – Be mesmerized by the gorgeous mountains while catching your next dish fresh from the creek.

Why Should You Visit Here

When toe-dipping on creeks is not enough for your hot summer escapade, then take your plans to the next level in this trail of Ouachita National Forest in the states of Western Arkansas and Eastern Oklahoma that offers interesting recreational activities to do.

(Photo Credits to The Dyrt)

Scouts or survival enthusiasts, this campground is good for testing the camping skills that you’ve learned. Aside from putting your craft to test, this place also provides the chance to unwind and rest worries away. The fresh air from the Ouachita National Forests trees and plants are already enough to make your stay worthwhile.

The campground has 77 sites, including 63 sites with electric hookups and 69 sites with water hookups. Most sites can accommodate up to two camping units. 

The lake proximal to Hot springs receives water from the waterway in central Arkansas, fenced by the Mountains and Ouachita National Forests. It’s crystal waters stretch over 40,000 acres and extend for up to 30 miles, making it the State’s biggest lake.

Another unique experience this place has to offer is its wilderness. Wild animals such as; black bears, deer, bobcats, and even the Bald Eagles are around during the winter.

SCHEDULES

OPERATING HOURS

Individual sites at this campground operate on a 6-month rolling basis:

  • Currently, reservable availability release through May 28, 2021.
  • On November 29, 2020, 11:00 pm, availability release through May 29, 2021.

RATES

SERVICES

RATES

Campsite Standard Electric

$22/day

Campsite Standard Electric 124351

$30/day

Tent w/o water & electricity

$14/day

DETAILS

AMENITIES

ESSENTIALS

  • 77 Campsites (water and electric hookups)
  • Fire ring and picnic table
  • Sewer dump station
  • Men and women restroom
  • Kayak and Canoe Rentals
  • Fishing
  • Boat ramp
  • Mountain biking
  • playground

THINGS TO DO

  • Camping – This is one of the best places to camp.
  • Water activities – Jet skiing and fishing are common here too. There might be many places with the same amenities as this one, but its crystal blue water makes the difference.
  • Hiking- The Vista Trail is the perfect site for this recreational activity.
  • Wildlife encounters – As we’ve mentioned earlier, this brings a one-of-a-kind travel experience.

Why Should You Visit Here

If you want to be reunited with nature and experience tours in the wild at the same time, then this part of the Ouachita National Forest might be a haven.

(Photo Credits to ASP)

The lake in the state of Arkansas near eastern Oklahoma is the main contributor to its asset. It provides massive acres of green, clean water surrounded by the beautiful Ouachita National Forest. No wonder this is a common site for water activity zealots. 

This state park has 93 campsites (58 Class AAA, 23 Class D, and 12 walk-in tent sites). Some are even seated on the water. There are cabin-type hotels in the area, but take note that you should bring your linens, cooler, and cooking supplies. 

This site houses one of Arkansas’ iconic Three Sisters Springs. And, it is also proximal to the hot springs and Hot springs village.

SCHEDULES

OPERATING HOURS

Monday to Sunday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

RATES

SERVICES

RATES

Single Sites – RV/Tent, toilets,
showers, drinking & w/ water

$15/night

Single Sites – RV/Tent, toilets,
showers, drinking & w/ water,
electrical connections

$20/night

Single Sites – RV/Tent, toilets,
showers, drinking & w/ water,
electrical and sewer connections

$25/night

*Double Sites – RV/Tent, toilets,
showers, drinking & w/ water,
electrical connections

$40/night

DETAILS

AMENITIES

ESSENTIALS

  • 93 Primitive Campsites (water and electric hookups)
  • Fire ring and picnic table
  • Men and women restroom
  • Kayak and Canoe Rentals
  • Plenty of water recreational activities

THINGS TO DO

  • Water activities – Due to its huge lake, skiing, scuba diving, kayaking, and fishing are popular here.
  • Hot baths – This could be the best way to end your long day.
  • Site Visits – Complete your adventure by visiting the historical sites in the area.
  • Special Programs – There are dedicated tour guides to hire when you want to experience the place fully.

Why Should You Visit Here

If you love the waters, you will have the best time here. The recreation activities they offer are kid and adult-friendly, so every family member has a fair share of fun.

Frequently Asked Questions

What makes Arkansas’ Ouachita National Forest special?

Aside from the tons of recreational activities and wildlife tours to experience in this Ouachita National Forest, outdoor lovers could also witness the fall color phenomena, which could also be a major contributory factor that makes this amazing green Ouachita National Forest into a vibrant masterpiece.

We can finally end our journey here, mapping this wonderful place in these states of Western Arkansas and Eastern part of Oklahoma for RVers, Campers, and Nature lovers. In short, it is for everyone who seeks a place to release the unused energies while regaining their inner peace.

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