RV Parks Near Texarkana, Arkansas

RV Parks Near Texarkana, Arkansas
Texarkana straddles the two states of Arkansas and Texas along the eastern corner of the Texas panhandle. The region enjoys a plenitude of small lakes and rivers where anglers go for bass, crappie, bluegill and catfish. Canoeing and kayaking, bird-watching and hiking possibilities dot the region. RV travelers have a selection of RV campgrounds and parks in the Texarkana region, on both sides of the city.

KOA Texarkana

Pull into one of the RV sites and hook up to electric, water, sewer, TV and Wi-Fi connections. Put the dog on a leash or run, and let it enjoy the campground, which permits pets. Shower off in the shower house after a day spent hiking or fishing, then cook up some barbecue at your site's fire pit. The Wildside Trail, which runs throughout the KOA, affords the possibility of seeing turtles, birds and small critters. For bird-watchers, head out to the bayous of Arkansas and try spotting the rare ivory billed woodpecker, once thought extinct.



KOA Texarkana

500 West 53rd Street

Texarkana, TX 75503-2030

903-792-5521

koa.com

Sunrise RV Park

The Sunrise RV Park the full range of water, cable TV, electric, sewer and Wi-Fi connections at each of its RV parking sites. Showers, toilets, barbecue facilities, picnic tables and fire rings are available. A swimming pool lets you cool down during the heat of the day, and you can bring your pets---provided you leash them and do not leave them unattended or in parked vehicles. Road bicyclists have access to hundreds of miles of rural roads on which to tour and train.



Sunrise RV Park

8225 Camper Lane

Texarkana, AR 71854-4827

870-772-0751

Sulphur Point RV Park

Fishermen will appreciate the on-site bait and tackle shop, fish-cleaning stations, boat launches and docks at the Sulphur Point RV Park and Marina. The RV portion of the operation offers 14 sites for RV campers. Sites feature water, sewer and electric connections. Pets are allowed. Anglers regularly take catfish, bluegill, bass and crappie from the lake, and you can fish right from your campsite. Hike or bike around the lake, where you can swim, canoe and kayak. Mountain bikers have 20 miles of dirt roads surrounding the lake to share with other off-road enthusiasts.



Sulphur Point RV Park

3995 Sulphur Point Road

Queen City, TX 75572

903-832-3444

sulphurpoint.com‎

Article Written By Eric Cedric

A former Alaskan of 20 years, Eric Cedric now resides in California. He's published in "Outside" and "Backpacker" and has written a book on life in small-town Alaska, "North by Southeast." Cedric was a professional mountain guide and backcountry expedition leader for 18 years. He worked in Russia, Iceland, Greece, Turkey and Belize. Cedric attended Syracuse University and is a private pilot.

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