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Jacksonville, Arkansas is located just outside the state’s capital city of Little Rock. This perfectly centralized location makes it a great place to stay while exploring Arkansas. Many of the state’s most popular destinations, including the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum, and Hot Springs National Park, are just a short drive away. MacArthur Park and its lovely pond is a great place to enjoy a picnic, and to get to know this wonderful urban area. Live music can be enjoyed most weekends at the River Market entertainment district. All this, and there are wonderful outdoor recreational activities, all within an easy drive, including the pristine waters of Greers Ferry Lake. Book an RV in Jacksonville, Arkansas, today.

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Sites and Scenery

In the immediate area, there is a myriad of places to visit with your RV rental near Jacksonville. From right in your backyard, to areas just a short drive away, you will be able to really enjoy all that this area has to offer.

One of your first stops should be the lovely Holland Bottoms State Wildlife Management area, just a couple miles northeast of Jacksonville. From fishing to picnicking, or camping and boating, this is a nice, secluded area to enjoy nature. There are lots of walking trails, and spots to take in the views of the plants and animals of the region. Lake Pickthorne offers boating and swimming spots and is a great place for sunsets. After rains, some trails can get muddy, so make sure you have some good boots when you go.

Drive 85 miles west in your Jacksonville motorhome rental to explore Ouachita National Forest. This expansive forest area features recreational activities like hiking, scenic drives, and camping in a rugged mountain landscape. With almost two million acres of forest, the trails are beautiful and suitable for hiking, horseback riding, or mountain biking. Even just driving through the forest is always scenic, especially in the fall. Facilities are well maintained, including showers and restrooms in the campground areas. There is easy access to most trailheads, so you can readily enjoy this pretty national forest.

For a different national forest experience, head farther north in your Jacksonville rental RV to Ozark National Forest. Another large national forest area, in the beautiful Ozark mountains, here there are multi-use trails and many places to camp and fish. Around many bends, there are spectacular views. Well maintained camping spots feature picnic grounds, trailheads, access to a nearby shooting range, and swimming in pretty lake waters.

Water first attracted people to Hot Springs, and the soothing warm waters can help visitors heal and relax. Hot Springs National Park, which actually includes part of the city of the same name, includes these magical places where people from all backgrounds have been visiting for hundreds of years. Known as “The American Spa”, Hot Springs National Park includes the historic Fordyce Bathhouse, Valley of Vapors and the Bathhouse Row National Historic Landmark District. Guided tours are available, and of course, you must take a nice, long soak in these natural mineral waters.

City Sites

One of the most popular attractions in Arkansas and the southeastern United States is the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum. Ranked by many as one of the finest Presidential libraries you can enjoy, the building is beautiful, and the grounds are impressive. The museum is a “green” building, incorporating modern sustainable energy features, includes a recreation of the Oval Office during Clinton’s presidency, as well as displays and artifacts pertinent to that time in history. Conveniently located in downtown Little Rock, parking should be available nearby for the Jacksonville rental motorhome. Public transportation is available downtown if needed.

Kids of all ages love the Little Rock Zoo, with experiences and sites that inspire people to value and conserve the natural world. The zoo houses more than 500 animals and 200 species, many that are endangered. Make sure to visit the African penguins, as well as the Conservation Education Center which is always featuring unique programs including animal meet and greets, and other fun activities.

The history of the Jacksonville/Little Rock area is beautifully represented in two venues. The Old State House Museum is fascinating. Full of exhibits and information regarding the history of the area, the museum is thoughtfully designed.

Also be sure to visit the Jacksonville Museum of Military History, a beloved spot to many military history aficionados. This museum covers several wars with many artifacts displayed including vehicles, uniforms, and artillery. Local history like the Titan II missile tragedy of 1965 is included in the exhibits, as well as outside exhibits of planes, helicopters, and a thoughtful and beautiful memorial to soldiers and service members.

Make sure to check out the fun vibe at the downtown River Market District, Little Rock’s premier entertainment area. Here you’ll find museums, a park, restaurants, shops, and pubs. Start exploring this area by checking out the exquisite Ottenheimer Hall, a public gathering and event spot.

Where to Park It

You’ll find lots of places to park the motorhome rental near Jacksonville, including some right in the city, some in Little Rock, and a few near the Riverside Park area. Most of these are private RV parks with full amenities like hookups for water, electric and sewer. Most of them also offer things like laundry facilities, hot showers, swimming pools, and game rooms. If you prefer a more rustic experience, check out many of the campgrounds in the nearby national forests, or near Hot Springs National Park. State park camping can be found in spots like Jacksonport State Park, northeast of Jacksonville near Newport. Walmart Supercenters are plentiful in the area, and several offer overnight parking - just ask at the customer service desk.


Well, you’re in luck when it comes to local eats in the Jacksonville/Little Rock area. You’ll find tons of comfort food offerings, from soul food to barbeque, fast food to fast casual, new Southern cuisine, and much, much more. You can also enjoy a Saturday stroll through the wonderful farmers market held at the River Market pavilions where you’ll find fresh fruit and veggies, handmade treasures, homemade jellies and jams, soaps and much more. The second Saturday of the month at this farmers market is especially fun with Lil’ Farmers Club, Rock City Animal Rescue, and Garden Gourmet Chef Series.

Enjoy all that this region has to offer, and search for an RV rental in Jacksonville, Arkansas, today.

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