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Pea Ridge National Military Park is located in the northwest region of Arkansas, near the border with Missouri. It is a beautiful natural area to explore with a Garfield motorhome rental, only about 15 minutes' drive from the town of Rogers and approximately half an hour's drive from the city of Fayetteville. You'll also be within a 30-minute drive of the Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area and Beaver Lake, where you can enjoy many great recreational opportunities. Ozark National Forest is another excellent natural area in Arkansas, only about two hours' drive south of the park. To visit all the beautiful natural attractions of northwest Arkansas, book an RV in Benton County.

When you rent an RV near Garfield, AR, you can base your explorations around Pea Ridge National Military Park, one of the best-preserved Civil War battlefields in the country. The park is located on the site of the Battle of Pea Ridge. Here you can visit historic sites, see artillery pieces, a farmhouse, and a visitor center. When RV camping in the area, you can visit this unique historic location and join one of the guided tours to learn about the battle.

Getting Outdoors

With your camper rental near Pea Ridge National Military Park, you will be able to immerse yourself in the sights of this scenic natural and historical park, which also offers several recreational and educational opportunities. You can access the park from Highway 62 and start your visit by watching the short movie “Thunder in the Ozarks” at the visitor center. The film provides a quick lesson about the battle, and the museum exhibits will deepen your understanding of the site and military engagement. At the center, you can also join guided tours and programs.

With seven miles of hiking trails, this park is a perfect place to spend a day in nature hiking, walking, jogging, and more. The battlefield also has a bike path and horse trails. The horse trails range from five to nine miles long and run through the forest. For those who just want to see the historic sites, there are also shorter loops available, starting at the Elkhorn Tavern.

Other fun activities here include nature viewing and wildlife watching. However, the wildlife is protected, and visitors are not allowed to touch or feed animals. Here you can see white-tailed deer, turkeys, raccoons, and several kinds of snakes. Bring your cameras and binoculars for possible wildlife-observing opportunities and beautiful landscape photographs that you can capture.

Camping near Pea Ridge National Military Park

Pea Ridge National Military Park is a day-use park and doesn’t offer camping areas, but there are few nearby options, including Rogers Pea Ridge Garden RV, which is only minutes away. This RV campground has campsites with full hookups, and some sites are available with water and electric connections only. If you are camping at Rogers Pea Ridge Garden RV during the summer season, you will have access to the swimming pool. There is also a laundry room and bathrooms with showers. The sites are in a shaded area, and there is WiFi available too.

Indian Creek Park is another campground near Pea Ridge National Military Park. It has large shaded campsites, some with lake views. On-site amenities include fire rings and firewood, drinking water, toilets, and so much more. If you like water activities like fishing, swimming, and boating, this park might be a good fit for you. Indian Creek is a popular fishing destination in this part of Arkansas, home to largemouth and smallmouth bass, crappie, bream, white bass, and striped bass.

Exploring the Area

When motorhome camping near Pea Ridge National Military Park, there are many interesting attractions you can visit, including museums, galleries, lakes, and caverns. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is just a short drive from Pea Ridge National Military Park, located in Bentonville, and named after the nearby springs. This fantastic museum features multi-level galleries, a restaurant, library, museum store, and sculpture and walking trails. Here you can see artwork by American artists dating from the colonial era till today. The museum also has educational programs, lectures, and performances for all ages.

The Museum of Native American History is another interesting place to visit when you rent a camper near Bentonville. Here you can see Native American artifacts and learn about 14,000 years of history. Displays are separated by periods, with Paleo, Archaic, Woodlands, Mississippian, and Pre-Columbian exhibitions. The museum also organizes events and programs, including Storytime at the Museum, Native Conversations, and so much more.

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