Located at the east bank of the Little River in SW Arkansas lies White Cliffs Campground. Beloved for its quiet and quaint location, this seasonal site lies right next to the White Cliffs Natural Area, famous for its chalk bluffs and nature trails.
The campground is comprised of 25 spacious campsites, all of which can be reserved. All sites are paved, have water, and 50-amp electricity hook-ups. Three sites are pull-thru driveways, while the others are back-in. All campsites are on the riverfront, can hold up to two vehicles, and come equipped with BBQ, grills or fire rings, picnic tables, and a lantern pole. Amenities on site include a playground, boat ramp, and access to showers and restrooms with flushing toilets.
The nearby White Cliffs Natural Area provides breathtaking views of its 100-foot-high chalk bluff and holds one of the least disturbed sites of chalk woodland. A trail stretches through the area, too. It’s not too challenging – it is marked as easy to moderate so everyone can use it, and part of it is also paved and ADA accessible. The specific topography of the area consists of ravines, knolls, and ridges, and scenic views are just a short distance away from the designated parking area.
The campground visitors can enjoy fishing or duck hunting in the area. Little River feeds into Millwood Lake, one of the most popular fishing spots in Arkansas. The variety of fish includes spotted, largemouth, and white-striped bass, bluegill, buffalo carp, flathead catfish, and drum.
It is a pet-friendly campsite that allows domestic pets. There are no special restrictions, but it’s best to call ahead to be sure about leash rules and dog access to all areas of the campsite. It’s also important to note there are potentially alligators in the area, so keep your dog on a leash and out of infested areas. Plus, don’t forget to clean up after your pooch during your stay.