Located in Southeast Arkansas, Crossett Harbor RV Park features everything you need to have a full and enjoyable outdoor experience. This facility is conveniently enclosed within the Felsenthal tiol Wildlife Refuge, which is the world’s largest green-tree reservoir. Visiting this park also gives you close access to the Ouachita and Saline rivers.
Why You’ll Love Crossett Harbor RV Park Coming to this park means being able to partake in river and hiking opportunities. There is also a playground and zoo nearby for family outings. You can participate in many different outdoor activities, such as water sports, fishing and hunting. Crossett Harbor RV Park boasts fabulous amenities, and there is a full-time mager on the premises to handle any customer needs or reservations.
“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. Built in 1987 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, it is now operated by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. 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. Reservations are not accepted but are unnecessary since the park is never more than a fraction occupied. No sewer hookups, but there is a convenient dump station. Only five sites are waterfront, but the park has a first-class boat launch and parking area. It is well worth a visit, and don’t miss the FNW Refuge Visitor Center about a mile east on US 82. We camped at Crossett Harbor RV Park in a fifth wheel.” – biga, RV Park Reviews