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Fun camping locales available across Arkansas

Checking out camping spots in Arkansas may be a great summer activity.

Checking out camping spots in Arkansas may be a great summer activity.

With summer in full swing, you are probably looking for some activities to keep you and your family busy once you complete your relocation to your new home. If you are interested in moving to Arkansas, it may be good to know that the Natural State has plenty of options for those who love the outdoors. Camping is quite popular here, and you may be happy to see the significant number of different locales in the state where this is possible. Checking out some of the options below may help, and this could make it easier to plan a trip once your family has their moving containers transferred by the moving company.

Daisy State Park
One spot that may be a fun place to start your camping exploration of the state is Daisy State Park. According to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, this location offers many fun things such as hiking, kayaking and fishing. This is because of the park's location, which is next to both the Little Missouri River, Lake Greeson and Ouachita Mountain. If your kids get bored with hanging around the campsite, they can check out the playground at the park.

Blanchard Springs Campground
If you decide to head north of Little Rock, there is a place that may be a great location to set up your tent and rough it. Head up to Blanchard Springs Campground, which has a lot of fund things to offer. According to Gorp.com, this spot has more than 30 spots to enjoy, and it may be great for those to enjoy the park with the option of flush toilets and even hot water showers. Both of these options are offered here, which may be a great way to enjoy your camping trip.

Mount Magazine State Park
Another spot that can be a fun place to enjoy the Natural State is to head to Mount Magazine State Park. This is the home of a number of great camping options, and according to the Arkansas- Democrat Gazette, it has some great places to set up your tent including Blue Mountain Lake and Cove Lake. There are a number of great activities to enjoy here including mountain biking, horseback riding and even rock climbing. With so many choices, you may just want to extend your stay in the area.