Have a one-of-a-kind experience
Arkansas State Parks offer plenty of great accommodation options for guests, ranging from luxurious lodges to cozy cabins and rustic campgrounds. But if you want to experience something new, our unique lodging options are sure to fit the bill. Save time and money by staying in YURT (Year-round Universal Recreational Tent) under the stars, Rent-An-RV, or enjoy a night under the stars with your horses. Learn more about our unique lodging offerings below and book today.
Rent-A-YURT is available at DeGray Lake Resort State Park, Lake Catherine State Park, Lake Charles State Park, Daisy State Park (have heating and air), or Petit Jean State Park. These round, high-walled tents are some of the best YURTs in Arkansas, complete with electricity, wood floors, screened windows, and a door with a lock. YURTs are also equipped with cots, a lantern, a stove, and an ice chest. Linens are not furnished. Sleeps up to six people.
Rent-An-RV is available at Bull Shoals-White River State Park, and Cane Creek State Park. These recreational vehicles offer comfortable living, with heat and air-conditioning, private bath with shower, refrigerator, microwave, stove, TV, and outdoor deck with gas grill. Our rental RVs are permanently set up campsites offering that offer electric, water, and sewer hookups. Sleeps up to eight people.
Camper Cabins are a wonderful alternative to tent camping without the cost of a full-service cabin. Camper Cabins have heat/air, beds, a table, a screened-in porch with seating, plus an outdoor picnic area with a fire ring and table. Bring your own linens, a bathhouse is conveniently located nearby. Arkansas State Parks have Camper Cabins at Devil's Den, Mississippi River, Lake Ouachita, and Crowley's Ridge state parks.
Want to stay in a unique historic place? Historic Washington State Park has the perfect place. The Jailhouse Bed and Breakfast is a jailhouse that has been renovated with all the modern amenities.
Horse Camp facilities for equestrians are available at two state parks: Devil’s Den State Park and Village Creek. These offer easy access to adjacent multi-use trails where horses are allowed.
At Devil’s Den State Park, riders will find a complete campground where they can camp with their horses. The campground features campsites with electrical hookups and a modern bathhouse, there are wash bays for horses.
At Village Creek State Park, the horse camp features 30 campsites with water and electric hookups; an asphalt parking pad; picnic table and grill; a modern bathhouse; horse wash bays; and 66 stalls inside the camping area. Two horse stables are on site. The stables’ 10' x 10' stalls include water, electric, and ceiling fans.
Contact your desired destination park to learn more about availability and prices. Make reservations for one of these unique lodging options today and experience Arkansas outdoors in a new way.