THERE ARE 3 OR 4 NATIONAL PARK CAMP GROUNDS, FROM PRIMITIVE TO COMPLETE SERVICE FOR RV. THERE ARE ALSO PRIVATE CAMP GROUNDS AND CABINS AVAILABLE. SEARCH BUFFALO RIVER, ARK. ON THE INTERNET. I HAVE STAYED AT SOME OF ALL AND NEVER HAD A BAD VISIT EXCEPT WHEN CAUGHT IN AN ICE STORM. COULDN' GET OUT. ENJOYED TWO DAYS IN A CABIN WITH FIRE AND KEROSENE LANTERNS. CAUGHT UP ON SOME READING.
ANYWHERE FROM $15 CAMPSITE PER NIGHT TO $100 A NITE HONEYMOON CABIN
YOU CAN RENT CABINS, BRING YOUR RV, ARE STAY IN A TEN
All rooms are suites and run around $110.00 per night
They have a narrow finger of land that extends out into the lake with a path on it. At the end of the path is a sitting area where you can watch some of the most beautiful sunsets. At sunrise, there's a mist on the water that gives the place a magical quality.
I recommend the many Bed and Breakfast places in Helena but call a year in advance if it's during the Blues Festival. The Delta Inn is nice also.
I stayed in a cabin at Calico Rock. There are beautiful cabins and a lot of camp grounds there and at Mountain View.
We stayed in a beautiful condo complex called Table Rock Landing. Each condo had a glass wall from floor to ceiling facing the lake - what a view!
Gaston's White River Resort is probably the nicest 'resort' in the north-central Arkansas Ozark mountains. When one hears the term 'resort' in this area, it usually refers to a pitiful group of cabins. But Gaston's is first rate and situated on the White River, which is famous for rainbow and brown trout fishing. There's nice cottages, beautiful grounds and trails, swimming pool, playground, tennis, boat dock (with guides waiting to take you fishing if you like), and one of the best restaurants in the area. It's a great place for a family vacation if you like fishing or nature. I've never stayed there, but I can vouch for the nicely kept grounds and good restaurant.
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