With easy access to Lake Langhoffer, Saracen Trace RV Park is located near the Pine Bluff Regiol Park. While this trailer park in Monticello, AR, has few amenities, it offers spacious sites in an attractive woodland area next to Pine Bluff Regiol Park. You may even find a site adjacent to the community golf course.
This is an affordable Good Sam Club RV park with discounts available. The low cost is made even better thanks to the spectacular scenery along the Arkansas River. The sites are spacious and quiet, and the park is close to Lake Langhoffer and the Harbor Oaks Golf Course.
“Larger, really large spaces with a lot of space between sites. Large shade trees throughout the park… Got a nice golf course adjoining. Close to town, not walking distance.” – CCC, RV Park Reviews
Pendleton Bend Recreation Area & Campground is near the site of the first village established west of the Mississippi River in 1685 by Henri de Tonti. This Monticello, Arkansas, campground is near two wildlife areas, but fishing and boating are the main activities. Visitors can take advantage of the excellent fishing for crappie, bass, and catfish in the tailwaters of the dam, and there is a boat ramp in the campground.
Pendleton Bend Recreation Area & Campground is a well-run facility with fishing and boating on the Arkansas River. If you love motorcycling, this is the place for you. It is both motorcycle-friendly and child-friendly.
“Beautiful place to go camping. I will be going back.” – Thomas, Google Review
While Crossett Harbor RV Park is located on the lower Ouachita River and surrounded by woodland, it is just 6 miles from shopping, restaurants, a museum, and a zoo. It offers a large pavilion on the grounds, so it is a convenient place for people traveling in a large group. This well-kept RV park also provides easy access to a public boat ramp.
Crossett Harbor RV Park is completely surrounded by the Felsenthal tiol Wildlife Refuge. It is one of the best places in the state for fishing and boating on the Ouachita and Saline rivers. It also has hiking trails, so it’s a great spot for those who enjoy exploring the woods.
“If you like peace and serenity, this is the CG for you. Completely surrounded by the 65,000-acre Felsenthal tiol Wildlife Refuge, it is located 6 miles west of Crossett, just off US 82… All roads to and throughout the park are paved and in excellent condition. Every campsite has a level paved pad, concrete picnic table, is shaded, and spaced for maximum privacy. .” – Biga, RV Park Reviews
Moro Bay State Park is a popular fishing and water sport area in south-central Arkansas. Raymond Lake and Moro Bay join the Ouachita River at the state park where you will find 23 Class AAA campsites alongside a marina with boat rentals, a gas pump, and screened pavilion with playground. Hiking trails and the Moro Bay Ferry exhibit with a historic barge and tugboat are also close by.
Moro Bay State Park is a great base for sports enthusiasts to enjoy the area’s many outdoor recreational opportunities. It is a prime location during the hunting season for those on the hunt for whitetail deer and wild turkey. It also has two easy hiking trails: Deer Run Trail, where you will see unusual mayhaw trees, and Low Water Trail, where there are great bird-watching opportunities.
“Loved this State Park, we had the best time!!! This place is super clean with awesome walking trails. We saw an abundance of wildlife. Would recommend this place to everyone. Campsites are immaculate and very spacious apart. We walked to the welcome center/store and was very impressed with the knowledge of the employees and park ranger.” – Diana, Google Review
Silver Eagle RV Park is a small campground with friendly owners. It doesn’t have some of the amenities offered at other Monticello campgrounds, but it is clean and quiet. It will accommodate any type of RV, and it is an excellent place for travelers looking to enjoy the woodlands.
This RV park is perfect for people who need a break from their busy lives. It is quiet and clean and located in a woodland area. The park would serve as a good base for hunters during Arkansas’ deer hunting season.
“Easy in and out. Good place to stop while in town or passing through.” – Terry, Google Review
The Union County Sports Complex provides a clean, spacious campground that caters specifically to those who are traveling with their ball team. It is also very convenient for travelers passing through El Dorado, AR.
The RV park section is near many stores and restaurants, including Walgreens and Subway. It is your best option for campgrounds in Monticello, Arkansas, if you plan to attend a game at the sports complex.
“Only eight sites but they are spacious and easy to get into.” – Hogan, RV Park Review
Pecan Grove RV Park is on Lake Chicot. Surrounded by a pecan grove that was planted in 1903, the RV park lives up to its name; it is a very peaceful spot to stay, and it offers some of the best RV camping in Monticello, AR. The park is close to the Louisiana and Mississippi state lines and has been in business for 32 years.
The park is near several music festival venues, including the free International Music Performance in Lake Village and the Bluegrass @ Pecan Grove. There is also a sunflower festival nearby. Those looking to stick around for a while will be happy to learn that this Monticello RV park has monthly rates.
“This is our second time staying here… It is a large park with close to 100 sites plus cabins to rent. Easy access into park and roads in park are good. Check in was fast and friendly. As the name suggests it is in a pecan grove and you can purchase them in the gift shop.” – Nancy, Google Review
Located between the White River National Wildlife Refuge and the Trusten Holder Wildlife Management Area, Three Rivers Lodging and RV is a center for hunting and fishing in the area. While it is a small park, it offers affordable rates and is great for those who enjoy the outdoors.
Pool/hot tub: No/No, Showers: No ,Pets Allowed: No ,Cell Reception: Yes ,Other Amenities: Sewer, water
“I rented the large Cabin (#4) for a weekend with friends. Everyone was blown away at how nice the cabins were. They are fully furnished with high quality items. Beds were comfortable with very nice quilts and they had high quality towels. The owner made sure that we had everything we needed. A front porch with big shade trees is hard to beat.” – Doug, Facebook Review
Arkadelphia Campground & RV Park is a pretty, wooded park with a lot of shade. It is the only RV park on this list with a swimming pool. Even if you do not enjoy spending your time fishing or hunting, this Good Sam RV park in Monticello, AR, is still a good option because it offers many other recreational opportunities.
It’s a Good Sam RV park, so you may get a discount. It has a pool, basketball court, game room, and other amenities for a low daily rate.
“This is a great RV Park. We have stayed here twice and will definitely stay here again. Chris and Denise are fabulous hosts and so nice. Chris is very funny and really makes you feel welcome. The park is nicely maintained and the bathrooms are clean.” -Gayle, Google Review
Iron Mountain Campground is located in the foothills of the Ouachita Mountains on the banks of DeGray Lake. It offers a selection of water sports, including boating, kayaking, and water skiing; the park has a boat ramp, and the lake is stocked with several varieties of fish. There are many hiking trails around the lake.
With a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities, this great vacation destination is a place you may want to spend more than one day. Hot Springs National Park is also nearby.
“The park itself is beautiful, heavily treed along a pretty lake. It’s quiet and scenic. There is no water at the sites, but there’s a dump and water station near the entrance.” – KAP99, RV Park Reviews
The southeastern part of Arkansas is very popular for hunting and fishing. All of the Monticello camping sites mentioned in this list are near water and provide access to fishing opportunities. In fact, many of the RV parks in the Monticello, AR, area are designed for people who are planning a hunting or fishing vacation. If you want to explore all that Arkansas has to offer, be sure to take a look at the state’s best RV trips. After exploring, you may want to visit a local RV dealer to make RVing a permanent part of your lifestyle.
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