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Old 06-25-2015, 09:27 AM   #1
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Planning on going to Eureka Springs, AR this Fall or late summer. I have always stayed at Wanderlust RV Park with no complaints, just curious if anyone has a favorite park in Eureka Springs that I should check out.

I am long and prefer not to unhook the trailer. Thanks.
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With your setup, definitely don't try the city campground at Lake Leatherwood west of town. We're a 40-foot motorhome and even without the toad, the road in was not fun--avoiding branches on a hilly narrow road with tight curves.

They have five, I think, RV spaces, all on grass and full hookup. However, only a couple of those would hold us, and they had leveling issues.

It's a pleasant place but definitely not big-rig friendly--a campground and not an RV park. We stayed there because there are mountainbiking trails right there.
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