Eureka Springs Koa

Eureka Springs, Arkansas

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The rugged beauty and natural wonders of the Ozark Mountains await you at this KOA. You'll find big-rig friendly, full-hookup Pull-Thru RV Sites, padded Tent Sites and a variety of Cabins. All the RV Sites and Cabins have cable TV. You're only 10 minutes from historic downtown Eureka Springs with all its shopping, dining and attractions. Nearby at Beaver Lake, take a relaxing canoe ride or even go scuba diving! At KOA, enjoy the hiking trail, playground, basketball court, horseshoes, Kamp K9 and giant 90,000-gallon pool, perfect for hot summer days. The convenience store has souvenirs, essentials and RV parts/accessories. You'll appreciate the air-conditioned shower house and full laundry. This KOA strives to be the Ozarks' campground of choice, so come unwind, relax and make memories. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 85 feet. Your hosts: Mike & Chris Camp and Mike & Deb McCarthy.

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