As a relatively new facility, the campground at Davidsonville Historic State Park attracts a ton of visitors each year. All of the 163 acres teem with wildlife while the 12-acre lake keeps the fishermen happy. While the campground has a boat ramp that enters the Black River, anglers often prefer to fish in other nearby rivers.
You can rent a kayak or canoe to take on the river if you’re bored with fishing from the pier. With four hiking trails, the campground at Davidsonville Historic State Park encourages you to check out your surroundings. When you get back to your Blytheville campsite, you can decide if you need to get some firewood or ice from the staff.
“…We just needed a few days to rest up and do maintenance on our motorhome. We walked the trails around Trapper Lake and Black River, toured the Historic town lots of Davidsonville, and talked to the staff at the Visitors Center. It was a nice two-day stay and we had a campfire every night.” – Earlene, Trip Advisor Review