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reubenray 07-29-2017 08:36 AM

Horseshoe Bend COE, Rogers, Arkansas
 
Has anyone stayed here lately? The reviews on RVParkreviews are mixed.

missourijan 07-30-2017 11:49 AM

One of the main problems is heavy rain that fell in May & June. The peninsula has been underwater since then and there's a lot of debris everywhere. The Corps has to wait for the water to go down more on Beaver Lake so that it can be cleaned up. The swim area at Horseshoe and Hickory Creek have both been closed all summer due to debris.

reubenray 07-30-2017 01:50 PM

Thanks for the reply. I have been thinking about moving North to Prairie Creek COE instead. There are several sites that are available that will work with my 40'+ motorhome. It would be about 10 miles closer to my brother who is buying a house on the North side of Roger's. There is a RV pad on his property, but I want to see the road in to it before I just drive it in my new motorhome. He is wanting me to help do some light remodeling to the new house.

missourijan 07-30-2017 03:29 PM

How funny, we are park hosts at Prairie Creek. The road into Prairie Creek is good. We have 40+ rv's in here all the time. However, only book sites 72-79 for your rig (50 amp + water). Those are most popular and get reserved first, so book ASAP. There are a few other sites you could park in, 5, 17, 82, but they are 30 amp. We have 112 sites but few that are appropriate access for big rigs. Good luck

reubenray 07-30-2017 05:23 PM

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Originally Posted by missourijan (Post 3726512)
How funny, we are park hosts at Prairie Creek. The road into Prairie Creek is good. We have 40+ rv's in here all the time. However, only book sites 72-79 for your rig (50 amp + water). Those are most popular and get reserved first, so book ASAP. There are a few other sites you could park in, 5, 17, 82, but they are 30 amp. We have 112 sites but few that are appropriate access for big rigs. Good luck

Great - I have a few questions for a September 30th arrival date. I have slides on both sides if it makes any difference. Also I will like to be able to get a clear sky for satellite. I can run a cable for a tripod setup if necessary.

1) What does it mean by having a shared water hookup?

2) Which site would be the best for my 40+ motorhome - 73, 76 or 77?

3) Which way does the pad slope?


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