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Russellville is a city in north-central Arkansas, nestled on the Arkansas River and Lake Dardanelle. North of the city is Ozark National Forest, and Ouachita National Forest is to the south. Conway is less than an hour's drive east of Russellville, and Fort Smith and Fayetteville are approximately a 90-minute drive away. Book an RV in Russellville, and you can be close to the beautiful natural areas of northern Arkansas.

Russellville was settled after the American Indians left the territory in the 19th century. P. C. Holledger founded the city in 1834, and one year later, Dr. Thomas Russell bought Holledger’s house. In 1870, Russellville was incorporated as a city and was a growing business center in the area. Some of the historic buildings are still preserved in the city, and they are very interesting to see when you rent an RV in Russellville, AR.

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The Great Outdoors

Ozark National Forest is a beautiful natural park that covers over 1.2 million acres of woodland. Some of the biggest attractions of the area are here, including the tallest mountain the state, Mount Magazine, and the living underground cave, Blanchard Springs Caverns. The forest is ideal for scenic driving, hunting, fishing, water activities, horseback riding, hiking, camping, wildlife viewing, or picnicking. Ozark National Forest has over 400 miles of spectacular all-purpose trails, including the Moccasin Gap Horse Trail, the Huckleberry Mountain Horse Trail, and Mill Creek Trail. This is a great place to visit with a campervan rental from Russellville, AR.

Ouachita National Forest is located south of the city when you rent a motorhome in Russellville. This multi-use forest covers over 1.8 million acres of woods, which are used for timber and wood production, watershed protection and improvement, the habitat of wildlife and fish species, wilderness area management, and outdoor recreation. Some of the most popular activities in the forest are biking, camping, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, nature viewing, scenic driving, and water activities.

Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge is located on the banks of the Arkansas River, less than two hours' drive west when you book a travel trailer rental in Russellville. This park is a protected habitat to many species, including migratory birds, white-tailed deer, bobcats, beavers, and American bald eagles. This beautiful natural area is a perfect place for outdoor lovers to enjoy a relaxing day by the water while keeping eyes open for wildlife sightseeing.

RV Parks near Russellville

There are lots of RV parks nearby when you have an RV trailer rental in Russellville, Arkansas. Ivy’s Cove RV Retreat is close to main roads and offers full hookups, Wi-Fi, cable TV, laundry facilities, restrooms and showers, a camp store, and much more. This RV park is a relaxing and quiet place, with great access to the attractions in the area.

Outdoor Living Center RV Park is a beautiful park surrounded by greenery, located on the shore of Shiloh Creek. Here you can get full hookups, Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, RV storage, restrooms and showers, cable TV, and much more. Enjoy fishing, hiking, swimming, and boating while enjoying the beautiful scenery. For shopping and restaurant options, the city is within walking distance.

Mission RV Park is located on the shore of Lake Dardanelle. This campground offers spectacular views from almost every location in the park. It is a popular location for fishing year-round, as well as boating and water sports. The park offers full hookups, a laundry facility, restrooms and showers, picnic tables, and much more. This park is close to all the local attractions and natural areas, as well as the city where you can do all your shopping.

Exploring the City

Russellville has many natural, cultural, and historical attractions. There are more than 33 historic locations around the city, including the interesting Russellville Depot, which is a railroad museum. You can also visit the Museum of Automobiles, which exhibits rare Climber automobiles.

River Valley Arts Center is an art gallery that hosts about 40 exhibitions throughout the year. They exhibit the work of international, national, regional, and local artists. Here you can also take art classes and visit the theater and special events.

The Arkansas Tech Museum is part of Arkansas Tech University. The museum was established in 1989, with a mission to provide a center for collection, conservation, interpretation, and research related to the history of the famous Arkansas Tech University. Some of the exhibits you can see here are The Changing Face of Campus Life, 2 to University, and John Tucker: The Original Wonderboy.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Scenic 7 Byway South: Russellville to Hot Springs, ARDardanelle, AR
  • Bona Dea Trail, ARLake Dardanelle State Park, AR
  • Meadowbrook Self-guided Trail, ARLake Dardanelle State Park, AR
  • Bench Trail, ARMount Nebo State Park, AR
  • Nebo Springs and Steps Trail, ARMount Nebo State Park, AR
  • Summit Park Trail, ARMount Nebo State Park, AR
  • Rim Trail, ARMount Nebo State Park, AR
  • Rock House Cave and Lookout Trail, ARPetit Jean State Park, AR
  • Seven Hollows Trail, ARPetit Jean State Park, AR
  • Cedar Falls Trail, ARPetit Jean State Park, AR

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