Robinson Point Campground is one of the most popular camping sites in all of Arkansas. The site sees a large number of visitors on a daily basis and boasts several facilities for those who want to spend some quality time with friends and family. This is also one of the largest campsites in the state, totaling a capacity of 25 acres, which is why people tend to choose this over other places available locally. The campground has a total of one hundred fully equipped campsites on offer, which means that you are always sure to find a spot in this incredible campground.
The surrounding area around the campsite is filled with beautiful lakes and scenic, trailing hills. The streams in the area have eroded the land over thousands of years until it had formed a plateau, making the land incredibly even and smooth. The closest stream to the campsite is the Norfork Lake, with several others spanning over the area to meet in the center.
The Robinson Point Campground is incredibly well-equipped, which makes this a great place even for first-time campers. The campgrounds have electric sockets at every site and water sources for safe and clean drinking water. There are also a number of shower stations, a dump station, flushing toilets, a boat ramp, a playground, and a pay phone is made available for emergencies.
Most of the activities that one can do while at the campsite involves water-based activities such as fishing, boating, and swimming. Some campers even try water-skiing, so it is a great campsite to get to do all those sports you have always wanted to try.
Pets need to be kept on their leashes during their whole stay here, and, like all Arkansas State Campgrounds, dogs are not allowed to be in the designated swimming areas. Firearms and hunting tools are not permitted on the Robinson Point Campground.