CARDEN POINT

Type: Camping – Plainview AR Phone: 479-272-4324 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview Carden Point Day Use Park sits along the shores of Nimrod Lake and Dam, cradled between Arkansas Ouachita and Ozark Mountains. Natural Features: Nimrod Dam was completed in 1942 as part of a comprehensive plan for flood control and development of water resources in the Fourche LaFave River. Although recreation was not […]

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SUNLIGHT BAY

Type: Camping – PLAINVIEW AR Phone: 479-272-4234 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview Sunlight Bay Campground sits along the shores of Nimrod Lake and Dam, cradled between Arkansas Ouachita and Ozark Mountains. Natural Features: Nimrod Dam was completed in 1942 as part of a comprehensive plan for flood control and development of water resources in the Fourche LaFave River. Although recreation was not part of […]

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RIVER ROAD

Type: Camping – PLAINVIEW AR Phone: 479-272-4835 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview River Road Campground sits along the shores of Nimrod Lake and Dam, cradled between Arkansas Ouachita and Ozark Mountains. Natural Features: Nimrod Dam was completed in 1942 as part of a comprehensive plan for flood control and development of water resources in the Fourche LaFave River. Although recreation was not part of […]

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QUARRY COVE

Type: Camping – PLAINVIEW AR Phone: 479-272-4233 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview Quarry Cove Campground sits along the shores of Nimrod Lake and Dam, cradled between Arkansas Ouachita and Ozark Mountains. Natural Features: Nimrod Dam was completed in 1942 as part of a comprehensive plan for flood control and development of water resources in the Fourche LaFave River. Although recreation was not part of […]

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CARTER COVE

Type: Camping – PLAINVIEW AR Phone: 479-272-4983 Email (If available):  Description:  Overview Carter Cove Campground sits along the shores of Nimrod Lake and Dam, cradled between Arkansas Ouachita and Ozark Mountains. Natural Features: Nimrod Dam was completed in 1942 as part of a comprehensive plan for flood control and development of water resources in the Fourche LaFave River. Although recreation was not part of […]

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