Horseshoe Bend Park

3.5
16165 State Highway 94 East
Rogers, AR 72758

(479) 925-2561
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Park Features & Amenities

Camp Basics

Park Type:

Corps of Engineers

Sites:

188

Pull Through Sites:

2

Full Hookup Sites:

N/A

Pets Allowed:

Yes

Shaded Sites:

Yes

Big Rigs:

Yes

Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover

Utilities & Amenities

Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps

Restrooms:

Yes

Showers:

Yes

Dumping:

Yes

Recreation

Clubhouse:

Yes

Fishing:

Yes

Playground:

Yes

Boat Launch:

Yes

Traveler Tips

Reservations: http://www.recreation.gov
Lake Swimming, Water Skiing, Nature Trails
Courtesy Dock & Public Marina
Accessible Restroom



Traveler Reviews


Rob H's picture
Rob H
64 reviews
3

Quiet and spacious

This is one of many campgrounds on Beaver Lake and also one of the largest with over 170 campsites. It's within 15 minutes drive of nearby Rogers, a sizable town with plenty of shopping and restaurants to offer. The lake itself is very large; this campground offers several lakeside sites and a boat launch.

All sites have electricity and water; there is no on-site sewer service but 2 different dump stations are available. We occupied site #74 which seemed to be located in a newer campground loop than others. This campground loop offers mostly lakeview sites with a handful of lakeside sites, generous space between the fully paved sites with some trees nearby offering shade. All sites had a covered picnic table with fire ring. There is no cable tv but all the major networks are available using the rooftop antenna. Satellite reception worked great and would probably work well at any site in this loop. There is no campground wifi but cellular reception was very strong.

There is a very nice playground here for the kids, and lots of ashphalt paved roads for walking or bicycle riding. Deer can be seen on a daily basis, especially during morning and evening hours. This area had a major flood event this spring and the lake level is still very high. Some campsites remain closed and some areas of shoreline are badly lined with downed trees and limbs awaiting cleanup. Nonetheless this is a very quiet and relaxing campground to spend a weekend or several days. We stayed here 3 nights in a travel trailer and would visit again.

Date of Stay:
 June, 2017
Rate Paid:
 $20.00

therazor's picture
therazor
1 review
4

Great stay

Really nice park, nice covered picnic tables next to RV pads, great view of lake. Pads are designed for mobile homes and thus layout backwards for trailers so front door of your trailer is on wrong side of picnic table. Brand new and very clean showers and restrooms very close by

Date of Stay:
 September, 2013
Rate Paid:
 $20.00