Clinton RV Park 2521 Highway 65 South Clinton, AR 72031 (501) 745-3778 firstname.lastname@example.org RESERVE Guest Rated favorites email park bookmark park reviews write review ACTIVITIES Enjoy fishing, boating, hiking, golf, flea markets, antiques, and more! Northern Arkansas is filled with exciting Ozark treasures and places to explore. When you camp with us at Clinton RV Park, you'll have access to famous attractions like the Ozark Folk Center, where you can learn all about traditional Ozark crafts like pottery, herb growing, soap and basket making, and much more. You can tour the mysterious Blanchard Springs Caverns or go fishing for bass and trout in the gorgeous Buffalo National River. Don't miss the EXPLORE CLINTON website for activities and events in and around Clinton, AR. Clinton RV Park is near a number of fun towns. Start your tour in our own town of Clinton, then check out the boating center of Fairfield Bay or the charming town of Mountain View. In Conway you can take part in the busy events schedule that includes the annual Faulkner County Fair and Parade. And of course, while you're here you won't want to miss the chance to go fishing and boating on beautiful Greers Ferry Lake and Little Red River. Our Ozark campground is just 70 miles from the Arkansas state capital, Little Rock, and 85 miles from Hot Springs and the famed Hot Springs National Park. You can stay with us and make day trips to see the live shows at Branson, Missouri, or enjoy a hike and a picnic lunch at Choctaw State Park. Our local area is filled with great theaters, museums, flea markets, and antique shops just waiting to be discovered. When you camp with us at Clinton RV Park, you'll find that there's always something going on in our area. Stay with us during the Labor Day weekend and take part in the Chuckwagon Races National Championship, or visit in May for the Clinton Archey Folk Festival. In April we celebrate the Ozark Folk Festival, followed by the May Toad Suck Festival. July brings the annual Cardboard Boat Races, while September is famous for the County Fair, a great time to learn about local crafts, produce, and livestock.