America's first national river, Buffalo National River in Arkansas, which was established in 1972, is a premier destination for memorable RV camping experiences. Buffalo River, which flows freely for 135 miles is one of the last remaining undammed rivers in the US, and provides a wide variety of recreational opportunities for RV campers and visitors. The beautiful landscapes in the park are wonderful too.
As soon as you arrive at Buffalo National River, you can begin your journey either on the running rapids in the park or at the quiet pools that are surrounded by massive bluffs. Floating is in fact a popular activity on the park’s waters. You could also decide to hike any of the trails in the park, and bring your pets along on some of the trails. Additionally, with the appropriate license, the park is open for sport hunting. Angling enthusiasts can enjoy fishing for smallmouth bass in the Buffalo River. Horseback riding, an age-long activity in the area, is also another way for you to explore the park. As the sun sets in the park, with it comes beautiful night sky viewing opportunities. Rest assured your time at the park will be glorious.
There are various camping options available at Buffalo National River, including group camping, tent camping, backcountry camping, and RV camping. Four campgrounds in the park can accommodate RVs and trailers, with one of these campgrounds equipped with electric and water hookups.