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Old 07-27-2013, 10:21 PM   #1
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Highway 412 Springdale, Arkansas

To Harrison, Arkansas. How is this route for traveling?

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Good highway, just a little crooked in places and 4-laned in others but you won't be averaging 60MPH, in an RV I presume. We've taken 412 from Fayetteville through Harrison to Bull Shoals State Park several times in our 36' DP towing a Jeep Wrangler, and then returning on 412 through Springdale and on back to our home in Oklahoma.

Very nice roadside rest area just west of Harrison and what looks to be a decent campground several miles on the east side of Harrison (we've never stayed there though).
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We just came home from Bull Shoals state park Friday on 412 back to Oklahoma, good road but like other poster stated it is crooked in places and will probably avg. about 55 mph. By the way Bull Shoals White River state park is a fantastic place to camp.
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We just came home from Bull Shoals state park Friday on 412 back to Oklahoma, good road but like other poster stated it is crooked in places and will probably avg. about 55 mph. By the way Bull Shoals White River state park is a fantastic place to camp.
Isn't it though. Everytime we've camped there I can't help but think about what would happen should the dam fail. Kind of like when we're in Colorado and keep thinking about all the fires going on and where the next lightning strike might be. Not exactly a pessimist, but maybe a little overly causious.
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Take it slow in town there is one hard left, but we have not had an issue with our DP and toad.
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We are going to be on 412 around Sept 23 from Springdale to Flippin. Have not been there before. Probably staying outside of Cotter, Ar, at Denton Ferry RV park. Also have not been there either. Will follow up when we get on the road. Happy Trails.

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We have stayed at Denton Ferry before. Not really much in the way of shade there and it is pretty close to the highway so there is some highway noise. Sites are gravel but they were level. If you are planning on being in the area for awhile I would check with Bull Shoals White River State Park and see if they have any sites available.
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We plan on starting at Denton Ferry and explore from there. Certainly want to look at Bull Shoals S.P. Depending on weather, we may be able to dry camp along the White River and Denton Ferry is closer to that site. Our plans are very flexible.

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