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Old 03-17-2010, 02:14 PM   #1
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RV Parks in Little Rock, Arkansas

Our son and family are moving from Minnesota to Little Rock, Arkansas this summer. We looking for some suggestions for an RV Park that we could stay at and also some suggestions on where we can store our 34 fifth wheel. We are thinking that instead of storing ours in Minnesota and heading out in the winter at below 0 from there we would drive to Little Rock visit the kids and head out from there for the rest of the winter. We usually travel 3-5 months a year during the winter.

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Old 03-19-2010, 02:13 PM   #2
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TravelerII,

We have a few RV Parks around Little Rock. Are you retired Military by any chance? The Air Force base has a nice Fam-Camp. Also we have a KOA in North Little Rock and a COE Park on the Arkansas River. Also N Little Rock has a city RV park right off the freeway that looks nice.
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Old 03-19-2010, 02:59 PM   #3
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Our son and family are moving from Minnesota to Little Rock, Arkansas this summer. We looking for some suggestions for an RV Park that we could stay at and also some suggestions on where we can store our 34 fifth wheel. We are thinking that instead of storing ours in Minnesota and heading out in the winter at below 0 from there we would drive to Little Rock visit the kids and head out from there for the rest of the winter. We usually travel 3-5 months a year during the winter.

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Have you looked at RVparkreviews.com? It's usually our first stop when researching a trip and places to stay. I appreciate the reviews from fellow RVrs. Have saved us from a few mistakes in the past.
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Old 03-19-2010, 05:37 PM   #4
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Yes, we have looked at the Reviews plus we have check Woodals, but was looking for some insight from members in the area.

We are not retired military, so that's out for us. The best bet looks like the Little Rock KOA. Now I just need to find a place to store our rig from September until January.

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Old 03-20-2010, 07:38 PM   #5
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there is a great corps engineer park on the maumelle river
its a fantastic park

over 50 sites right on the river and only minutes from lil rocks downtown shopping
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Old 03-20-2010, 08:45 PM   #6
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Thanks Robert,

Are these site full hook up? We will be staying a month or more.

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Unless they have made changes, the COE park on the river only has water and electric. But go online and find out for sure. You should not have any problem finding RV storage around little rock. Some of the dealers offer monthly storage and I think some of teh mini storage sites have spots for RVs.
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Thanks, I did go on line and checked out the COE web site for the area, looks great.

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Thanks Robert,

Are these site full hook up? We will be staying a month or more.

Thanks
at maumelle the sites are mostly 50 amp with water and many places to dump tanks
you can dump grey water on the ground there and they even let you wash your rig

we stay a week at a time and take the blue honey pot for those times we need to dump the poooper



the park is wonderfully clean, and the sires along river bank are very nice

if your disabled you can reserve online and get the sites at 1/2 price
golden age pass or disabled vet
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We're on our way home from Floridia to Minnesota, but I think we will head to Little Rock and check it out.
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