By Don Wright
Guidebook of all campgrounds equipped and operated through the U.S. military Corps of Engineers. particularly invaluable for RV tourists who're boaters and fishermen simply because all campsites can be found on or close to lakes or streams controlled or impounded via the military Corps of Engineers. person listings comprise entire information about tenting amenities, facilities, leisure actions to be had and instructions to every campground.
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334) 269-1053. NRRS. 8 mi N; right (E) on Jones Buff Rd, then left on Prairie Creek Rd into campground; at E shore of river. All year; 14-day limit. 55 elec/ wtr RV sites, $18 base at elec tent sites, $20 for elec/wtr, $24 at premium waterfront locations ($9. $10 & $12 with federal senior pass). 7 tent sites, $16 base, $18 at premium locations ($8 & $9 with senior pass). RV limit 35 ft; 2 pull-through, 2 handicap. Tbls, flush toilets, cfga, drkg wtr, showers, picnic shelter, fish cleaning station, coin laundry, dump, playground, beach.
870-422-7555. NRRS. 920046 LOWRY PARK From Lowry, E on Shoals Lake Dr; just W of Tucker Hollow Park at lake. 3 free primitive sites with permit from lake office. Pit toilets, campfire areas, no drkg wtr. Fishing, boating. 0543 OAKLAND PARK 14 mi N of Mountain Home on SR 5; 10 mi W on SR 202. 5/1-9/15; 14-day limit. 50 with federal senior pass). 40-ft RV limit. Tbls, flush & pit toilets, cfga, drkg wtr, dump, showers, beach, playground, pay phone, picnic shelter($), change shelter at beach. Boating(ld), fishing, swimming.