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Woolly Hollow State Park protects 370 acres of pristine Arkansas wilderness. The park is set in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains and anchored by Bennett Lake, a 40-acre reservoir built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1933. Gear up for a quintessential state park experience, with swimming, fishing, and boating just some of the activities on offer.

Dreaming of a lakeside getaway? Book an RV in Faulkner County and you can escape to Woolly Hollow State Park. Whether you're looking for a compact camper or a family-sized motorhome, you'll find RV rentals for every occasion. The Natural State is a fantastic place to plan an RV camping trip, with more than 50 state parks to discover, as well as seven National Park Service sites, three national forests, and over 200 campsites and recreation areas to enjoy.

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Getting Outdoors

Woolly Hollow State Park makes it easy to get out onto the water with canoes, kayaks, pedal boats, and fishing boats available to rent. The sandy swimming beach features calm water and is patrolled by lifeguards in the summer, making Woolly Hollow State Park a favorite with families. Bring your own rod, bait, and tackle for the chance to reel in bass, crappie, bream, and catfish. Picnic tables dot the shoreline and are great for enjoying lunch by the water. Be sure to fill your picnic basket with Arkansas specialties like farm-fresh strawberries, peaches, and watermelon. There's also a snack bar serving hamburgers, hot dogs, snow cones, pop, and other state park staples.

A network of well-marked hiking trails makes it easy to explore Woolly Hollow State Park on foot. The 15-minute Gold Creek Loop is a great option for kids and takes you through sun-dappled oak and hickory forests. For a more challenging hike, lace up your boots and hit the Huckleberry Trail. It starts at the campground, loops around Lake Bennet and climbs up to an elevated ridge where you'll enjoy sweeping views over the park. Mountain bikers can speed along the Enders Fault trail that meanders through valleys and creek beds for just under ten miles.

Throughout the year, Woolly Hollow State Park runs excellent interpretive programs. History buffs will jump at the chance to join guided tours of Woolly Cabin, an original homestead built by in 1882. Other activities include ranger-led walks, nocturnal owl prowls, and seasonal events featuring games, hayrides, and hot chocolate stands.

Camping at Woolly Hollow State Park

The Woolly Hollow State Park Campground features 30 Class A campsites set under a canopy of oaks, maples, and hickories. All are equipped with dual-electric hookups, as well as water and sewage lines. Table and grills at each site make it easy to enjoy your meals outdoors. All RV sites can accommodate vehicles of up to 60 feet in length, making Woolly Hollow a good choice for small to medium-sized rigs. There are also ten Class D tent sites if you need extra space.

Like most state park RV campgrounds, Woolly Hollow features a modern bathroom block with flush toilets and hot showers. There are also community water spigots. The campground is open year-round, with reservations recommended in the busy summer months. Visit in fall to enjoy the fiery autumn colors. Dogs are welcome to tag along for your Woolly Hollow State Park camping trip, so why not rent a pet-friendly camper and bring your four-legged friend?

Exploring the Area

Camping at Woolly Hollow State Park puts you in the heart of Central Arkansas, a colorful pocket of the state where you'll find charming riverside towns, picturesque lakes, and lush forests. Opportunists will love hunting for treasures at the antique malls and flea markets found throughout the region. One of the most unusual attractions in the area is Riddle's Elephant and Wildlife Sanctuary, a 400-acre haven that rescues former circus performers and other homeless or abandoned elephants. For a change of scene, consider a canoeing, kayaking, or rafting trip down scenic Cadron Creek.

Motorhome camping necessities can be found in Greenbrier, a small town located 15 minutes from Woolly Hollow State Park. For more choice, head 18 miles south to Conway. Little Rock, the lively state capital, is a one-hour drive south and offers a good selection of camper rentals near Woolly Hollow State Park. It's worth spending some time getting to know the riverside city, which will win you over with leady streets, farm-to-table restaurants, and fantastic bike trails. Little Rock is also home to attractions like the impressive William J Clinton Presidential Center and Arkansas Arts Center.

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