Fully Equipped Riverside Lodges with Hot Tubs, Arkansas
Located in a remote area on the Little Missouri River in Arkansas, this geographical gem hosts a unique camping site. Nearby, Crate of Diamond State Park is the world's 8th largest diamond producing mine open to the public. With a "finders keepers" policy, enjoy a day searching for diamonds of all colors of the rainbow or other precious stones.
LOCATION AND SURROUNDINGS
Located in a remote area on the Little Missouri River in Arkansas, this geographical gem hosts a unique camping site. Nearby, Crate of Diamond State Park is the world's 8th largest diamond producing mine open to the public. With a "finders keepers" policy, enjoy a day searching for diamonds of all colors of the rainbow or other precious stones such as amethyst, banded agate, jasper, peridot, garnet, quartz, calcite, barite, lamproite and hematite. The 37 and 1/2 acres have beautiful forests highlighting Arkansas' natural flora and fauna, such as peacocks, geese, goats and a miniature pony. Spend a camping vacation among nature, fishing, kayaking and diamond searching while staying at a comfortable and affordable full-equipped lodge in Arkansas!
The Montana Cabin- Features a queen size bed and a small futon to sleep up to 4.
The Specialty Cabin- Features two queen size beds to sleep up to 4. It also has a spa shower and an exclusive hot tub!
The Hunter's Cabin- Features a queen size bed and small futon to sleep up to 4.
Tree House Cabin- Features a queen size bed, a twin size bed and trundle bed. It also has walls of glass and a panoramic view of the retreat!
All of the cabins have air conditioning and heat and a fully equipped bathroom with a shower except the Tree House Cabin which has a bathhouse right near by.
The camping grounds features:
2 hot tubs
Free use of diamond mining equipment
Free use of canoes, kayaks and boats
Fishing poles provided
Information and tips for gem explorations for visitors provided by experienced natives of the area
Toilets and showers in common area
Enjoy boating, kayaking or canoeing for free on the Little Missouri River which is footsteps from your cabin. Fishing is a popular activity for visitors. During the summer months, the river water is crystal clear for swimming. Picnic tables and BBQ pits allow you and your group to enjoy barbecue-style meals. There is a playground area and gem hunt at night with flashlights that the kids will surely love! Many animals live on the grounds including geese, goats, ponies and exotic peacocks. Nearby, you can visit a local Indian village or dig for diamonds at Crater of Diamonds State Park using the equipment provided for free! The camping site is perfect for your family, family reunions, church events, boy scouts/girl scouts and honeymoons/anniversaries.
From Murfreesboro, Arkansas, take the 301 South to the State Park on the right, go past the entrance and drive 1.6 miles. Turn right on Terrell Road, go over a bridge and the camping site will be on the right.
From $100 per night