This scenic campground is located at the very end of State Highway 25, and the surrounding recreation area extends far into the surrounding waters of Greers Ferry Lake. The main features of the Old Highway 25 Recreation Area are the two national nature trails that wind through the forest near the campground. Mossy Bluff ascends a ridge of land that overlooks the Little Red River, and Buckeye Trail is paved and flat.
While Heber Springs is just across the river, the driving route to reach Old Highway 25 Campground is long enough to give you the impression that you’ve traveled a long distance to reach your destination. The nature trails are hands-down the best feature of this campground, but the recreation area is filled with other hidden gems that reward an adventurous spirit. As with all of the other campsites that border Greers Ferry Lake, water sports and other aquatic activities are easy to embark upon from Old Highway 25 Campground.
“Great beach/swim area for families. Lots of sand for kids. Picnic area is good, each with a grill. There are life jackets available if needed. Great place to camp as well.” – Courtney, Google Review