Daisy State Park and Camp Grounds Review

In September we had an opportunity to camp at Daisy State Park, Arkansas.  The park was beautiful.  For the most part we had the park to ourselves because school had already started.

Features offered at the park includes:

  • bath houses
  • a convenience store
  • propane tanks
  • boat ramp
  • kayak rental
  • reasonable prices
  • free WIFI at the park office
  • hiking trails
  • walk-in camp sites, no electric, water, nor grills
  • tent-only camping pads with water and electric and grills
  • hardwood firewood for sale

Each RV camp site had:

  • fire pits
  • rock bed tent pad
  • concrete RV pad
  • boat ramps
  • Charcoal grill
  • water hookup
  • electricity hookup

The five days we spent at this camp were some of the nicest we have spent away from home.  We used our propane cook stove instead of the charcoal grill because this trip was not about survival, it was about relaxing.  And relax we did.

We spent two days on the water with our kayaks.  The fishing wasn’t that great because of the heat and water level was down due to drought and water let out the dam.  But it was fun trying.  Certainly if we relied on fishing for our dinner we would have starved.