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Buffalo National River, AR

167 RV rentals

Buffalo National River is located in north-central Arkansas, barely 50 miles from the state border with Missouri. The tiny communities of Snowball and St. Joe are located within about 15 minutes of the river. The nearest larger town is Harrison, found around 50 miles to the northwest, while the nearest city is Fayetteville, which is over 100 miles to the west.

Buffalo National River is situated in a very rural part of the state, surrounded by national forestland. This location makes it a great place to enjoy outdoor activities. Water-based sports are, obviously, the primary offering here, hiking, camping, and scenic drives are available as well. There's plenty to do if you know where to look around this …

Bull Shoals-White River State Park, AR

128 RV rentals

Neighboring cities with verdant Gassville and rural Flippin, Bull Shoals is a breathtaking city in the Ozarks of North Central Arkansas, with numerous opportunities for exploring the outdoors. Snuggled just under the Bull Shoals Dam is Bull Shoals-White River State Park, a richly forested scenic retreat that's often called an angler’s paradise. With the surrounding White River, marked trails, interpretive programs, exhibit hall, and so much more, the park is an interactive stop filled with fun for the whole family.

In 1952, a dam was built across the White River by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to create a reservoir for flood control and hydroelectric generation. This reservoir is now the over 45,000-acre long Bull Shoals Lake. Just …

Crowley's Ridge State Park, AR

74 RV rentals

Crowley’s Ridge State Park is situated in northern Arkansas and covers over 291 acres. It was originally the home of Benjamin Crowley, a pioneer. The Civilian Conservation Corps took over the land in the 1930s and converted it into a park designed to honor Crowley’s legacy. Besides creating trails, the Civilian Conservation Corps also built unique log cabins, most of which can still be seen today.

This state park is located next to Crowley’s Ridge Parkway, which is a scenic road that travels through the heart of Arkansas. This makes the park very accessible for RV rentals in Greene County. It’s also near cities such as Paragould and Brookland. While the area can be somewhat humid during the summer, …

Davidsonville Historic State Park, AR

71 RV rentals

Set in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, Davidsonville Historic State Park combines pioneer history with modern amenities. The park protects the frontier town of Davidsonville, which was established in 1815 and later became the birthplace of the Territory of Arkansas. Today, a series of restored buildings and archeological sites offer a glimpse of the town's fascinating history and the role it played in local trade and travel. There are also plenty of opportunities to enjoy the fresh air, with fishing, boating, and hiking just some of the outdoor activities on offer.

Planning an adventure in the Natural State? Book an RV in Randolph County and you can escape to Davidsonville Historic State Park. You'll find rental RVs for every …

Elephant Rocks State Park, MO

133 RV rentals

Drawing visitors from far and wide are the incredible rock formations in Elephant Rocks State Park. Many people say that the rocks look like elephants, hence where the park got its name. Located in southeast Missouri, this state park has a lot to offer those that rent an RV Iron County. The rocks are formed from 1.5 billion-year-old granite and have created some fascinating shapes.

Elephant Rocks State Park was created by the donation of land to the state from geologist John Stafford in 1967 and is now managed by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. While in the area, many people choose to explore the surrounding picturesque landscape or explore some of the nearby towns such as Ironton, …

Hawn State Park, MO

132 RV rentals

Hawn State Park ranks up there with the most beautiful state parks in the state of Missouri. Trickling Pickle Creek runs through the landscape, which is made up of sandstone bluffs, deep canyons, and forests of pine and oak. There are plenty of places to sit and have a picnic lunch or see the sights on one of the many trails, plus there is a campsite for a comfortable place to spend the night when you rent a camper in St. Genevieve County.

Hawn State Park covers 4,953 acres and offers ample places to bird watch, hike, picnic, camp, and study the wonders of nature. Because of the pristine nature of the area, it has been designated as a state …

Jacksonport State Park, AR

117 RV rentals

Heading to Arkansas for a long-awaited vacation may not seem all that exciting, but Arkansas is known as the Natural State and has spectacular views and breathtaking state parks. Spend a weekend RV camping at Jacksonport State Park and unplug from the demands of everyday life. Located just outside of Newport, near Jacksonport, this smaller park consists of 164 acres and houses the 1872 Jackson Courthouse historical site.

Book an RV in Jackson County and head over to the state park RV campgrounds for a fun-filled family vacation. Bald Knob is only about a 40-minute drive to the south of the park, where you can stock up on supplies before parking your rig for the weekend. Head southwest of …

Lake Charles State Park, AR

76 RV rentals

Lake Charles State Park is set in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains and showcases the natural beauty of the Upper Delta. The park is set on the southwest shore of Lake Charles, a 645-acre reservoir that provides a picturesque backdrop for swimming, boating, and fishing. When you're not making a splash, spend your days picnicking by the water, hiking scenic trails, and taking part in ranger-led nature programs.

At just 30 minutes from Jonesboro and an hour and a half from Memphis, Lake Charles State Park is popular with weekend warriors looking to escape the city. With RV rentals in Lawrence County, you can also enjoy a getaway to Lake Charles State Park. From compact campervans to …

Lake Frierson State Park, AR

74 RV rentals

While Arkansas may not seem like an amazing vacation hotspot, many people flock here to enjoy state park RV camping while learning about the history, fauna, and flora of the Natural State. Lake Frierson State Park near Jonesboro is a great place to park your rental motorhome and relax for the weekend. While the park is only 114 acres, it's located right on the shore of Lake Frierson, a 335-acre lake known for year-round fishing and a laid-back atmosphere.

The park is only about an hour and a half from Memphis, TN, where you can check out Graceland while in the area. Poplar Bluff, MO is also about an hour and a half from Lake Frierson State Park. Be …

Lake Poinsett State Park, AR

90 RV rentals

Located only three miles south of Harrisburg in northeast Arkansas, Lake Poinsett State Park is a peaceful destination to camp in an RV for a weekend (or longer!). This 132-acre outdoor oasis offers fun activities for the whole family. Spend some time fishing or boating on the water, or stick to dry land and keep your eyes peeled for resident wildlife along the nature trails.

Planning a Lake Poinsett State Park camping adventure? The park's well-equipped campground is an ideal place to get back to nature without sacrificing your creature comforts. Book an RV in Poinsett County and you can extend your camping trip into nearby cities, such as Jonesboro and Forrest City.

Mark Twain National Forest, MO

90 RV rentals

Mark Twain National Forest, which is Missouri’s only National Forest, was designated in 1976. It is 1, 506,100 acres in size and lies in the Ozark Plateau. Rolla, MO, is located about an hour’s drive away while Park Hills is approximately 26 miles away.

Mark Twain National Forest spreads to 29 counties in Southern and Central Missouri. The forest was named in honor of Mark Twain, who was a prolific writer and humorist in the state of Missouri. Visitors interested in exploring this expansive hardwood forest will find plenty of attractions, including rivers, caves, lakes, and boulders. One of the most notable features in Mark Twain National Forest is the beautiful Eleven Point Scenic River, which meanders through the …

Mississippi River State Park, AR

103 RV rentals

Mississippi River State Park immerses you in the natural beauty of the St. Francis National Forest and Crowley's Ridge region. It's a fantastic place to soak up the Southern sunshine, with swimming, kayaking, fishing, and hiking just some of the outdoor activities on offer. Gear up for excellent birding and wildlife watching opportunities, as well as fantastic nature programs.

Mississippi River is one of the newest additions to the Arkansas State Park system and has quickly won over locals and visitors alike. The park features six unique recreation areas and three campsites, making it a fantastic place to enjoy an RV camping getaway in Arkansas. Book an RV in Lee County and you can escape to Mississippi River State Park. …

Ozark National Forest, AR

118 RV rentals

Ozark National Forest is one of the smaller national parks in the U.S. but is also one of the more impressive, with mountains, natural caverns, majestic rivers, and many more geological features that make it both visually attractive and interesting. It is located in the Ozark Mountain range and often referenced along with its sister park, St. Francis National Forest, which you will find on Crowley's Ridge. Much of the park consists of old-growth forest, mainly oak species but also including several endangered tree species.

The forest covers several counties and includes Mount Magazine, Arkansas' tallest mountain; it extends as far south as the Ouachita Mountains. Rent an RV near Russellville, and you'll be in the midst of the fantastic …

Reelfoot Lake State Park, TN

87 RV rentals

Reelfoot Lake State Park in Tiptonville is the perfect destination for boating enthusiasts. The lake is about 15,000 acres and was created in the early 19th century when a series of earthquakes caused the Mississippi River to flow backward. Eventually, nature corrected itself and the river began flowing normally, but the lake was already created. The lake is unique in that it is essentially a flooded forest where cypress trees rise out of the water and stumps are fully submerged.

Camping at Reelfoot Lake State Park is a great way to enjoy a weekend in the Tennessee backcountry. Bring your own RV or book an RV in Lake County. Memphis is only about two hours from the park and …