Burns Park Campground

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Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.


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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

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Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

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The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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If you want to be at the center of all the excitement that urban life brings, but still be able to rest your eyes on lush greenery and breathe in some fresh air, park your rental RV at one of the campsites at Burns Park Campground. On the outskirts of North Little Rock and surrounded by the beauty of Burns Park on the banks of the Arkansas River, it offers a getaway spot for outdoor lovers traveling through central Arkansas. Campers will find hot showers and restrooms, as well as sites with full or electric and water hookups. Pets are welcome to the campground, and you can take them with you when you go hiking or biking in the park. The park also features an amusement park, miniature golf, batting cages, and several sports complexes.

When you explore the Natural State in a campervan rental, you are in for a treat – the magnificent Ouachita National Forest lies to the west of the campground. Couple it with its northern neighbor, Ozark National Forest, and you will find yourself in a camper’s paradise. In addition to the immense natural treasures of the surrounding region, travelers should find some time to appreciate the interesting attractions of the nearby cities. If you decide to spend the day at North Little Rock, enjoy the rustic beauty of the Old Mill or pay a visit to the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum. Those who cross the river and go to Little Rock can explore the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum or immerse themselves in history at the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site.

The Great Outdoors

Ouachita National Forest is all about big numbers – with almost two million acres of amazing nature, hundreds of miles of hiking trails, over a thousand lakes, and ten rivers. Breathtaking vistas of rolling wooded hills and meandering rivers can be seen during a scenic drive in your Little Rock rental motorhome. If you want to admire some wonderful plants and cross clear mountain springs, try completing the Horsethief Springs Trail. Explore on foot, or travel this giant by bike, on horseback, or in your off-road vehicle. In addition to hiking, visitors can take part in fishing, boating, hunting, or simply taking in the fantastic landscape.

Between Ouachita and Ozark national forests, Mount Magazine State Park is a hidden treasure that you can reach in a couple of hours in your RV rental. The park is named after Mount Magazine, the highest point in the state, offering stunning vistas of the surroundings. The mountain offers more than that – it is a top location for mountain climbing and hang gliding, activities that will add some more excitement to your RV camping trip. If you want to reach all the parts of the park, go hiking or backpacking and enjoy the views of rocky outcroppings and deep canyons along the way. Activities also include mountain biking and horseback riding, as well as birding and wildlife viewing.

Arkansas is known for its pristine rivers, and when you rent a camper near Burns Park Campground, you will find yourself only a couple of hours' drive away from Buffalo National River. One of the first designated national rivers in the entire country, its unique turquoise color and towering cliffs with waterfalls jumping from them provide a sight that you will never forget. To experience the river up-close, float on its peaceful surface in a kayak, canoe, or by tube. RV camping in this incredible place will also allow you to discover its numerous caves, the Cobb Cave being only one of a few hundred. Hikers can witness the variety of the park as they move through its wooded areas and pass by extraordinary rock formations.

Exploring the Area

You may never want to stop exploring the nature of Arkansas, but visiting its cities will certainly not disappoint. Spending the day at North Little Rock is always a good idea, and one of the spots that history buffs will enjoy is the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum. On the banks of the Arkansas River, it is home to the USS Razorback, a submarine that served in several wars before becoming a part of the museum and sharing its secrets with curious visitors. Artifacts from the nuclear-powered cruiser USS Arkansas can also be seen on display.

Visiting Little Rock is also a good way to spice up your motorhome camping trip – the capital city has so much to offer. If you love animals, make sure to check out the Little Rock Zoo. Hundreds of animals from many different species can be seen in the zoo’s various thematic areas. Whether you visit the great apes or discover the Arkansas Heritage Farm, you are bound to have a great time.

When camping at Burns Park Campground, you are just two hours' drive from the colorful streets of Memphis, sitting on the Mississippi River. While there are plenty of music-related attractions to choose from, you can start with Graceland, once owned by the legendary Elvis Presley. As you tour the magnificent mansion and look through the costumes and artifacts, you will get a unique chance to understand the life and work of the King. You can also spend some time in the gardens and check out the planes he used to travel in.

RV camping in central Arkansas is the best way to feel the warmth of the South, experience its culture, and witness nature in all its glory, so don’t waste any more time - hit the road today.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Burns Park Big Dam Bridge Trail, ARNorth Little Rock, AR
  • Arkansas River Trail, ARNorth Little Rock, AR
  • Burns Park MTB Trail, ARNorth Little Rock, AR
  • Emerald Park Trail, ARNorth Little Rock, AR
  • White Oak Trail, ARNorth Little Rock, AR
  • Pfeifer Loop, ARLittle Rock, AR
  • Trail to Downtown, ARLittle Rock, AR
  • Isabella Jo Trail, ARMaumelle, AR
  • Allsopp Park Trail, ARLittle Rock, AR
  • Meriwether Park Loop Trail, ARLittle Rock, AR

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