The capital and largest city in Arkansas, Little Rock, makes a big impression. A center for culture in the South, Little Rock is known for its role in the Civil Rights Movement and as the birthplace of former President Bill Clinton. There are few better places to get outdoors than the Natural State, with the Arkansas River, Lake Maumelle, and Pinnacle Mountain State Park just a stone's throw from downtown.
Book an RV rental in Little Rock during the spring and chow down at the city's world-class food festivals. Or, head into town in the fall for the best hiking weather, participate in the Arkansas State Fair or take a short drive to visit Hot Springs National Park. Little Rock offers something for everyone and is the perfect spot to camp in Arkansas.
Before taking your Little Rock trailer rental into the city, consider road conditions and parking. Little Rock may be one of the worst cities in the state for traffic, but you'll find plenty of places to park your motorhome downtown, including Burns Park and Walmart. If you don't feel like driving into the city, use the local streetcar and bus services to get around.
Take the bookworm in your crew for a day out at the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum. One of 13 presidential libraries in the U.S., the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum features millions of artifacts and documents relating to the 42nd president of the United States. There are also several fascinating exhibits, including recreations of the Oval Office and the Cabinet Room during the Clinton administration.
Little Rock is also home to some of the best family-friendly attractions in the state, like the Read more
As a major city surrounded by natural attractions, Little Rock has some superb campgrounds. RVers looking to stay close to the action will want to check out the Downtown Riverside RV Park. As the name suggests, the Downtown Riverside RV Park sits just over a mile from the city center on the banks of the Arkansas River. Sites come with full or partial hookups that supply 50-amp electricity. Home comforts include restrooms and laundry facilities. Use the on-site boat ramp to set sail down the Arkansas River, or if you’re a landlubber, take a stroll along the Arkansas River Trail.
Another top-rated RV campground in Little Rock is the Little Rock North/Jct. I-40 KOA Journey. Positioned 12 miles north of Little Rock surrounded by scenic woodlands, this campground is perfect if you're looking for some peace and quiet. Each shaded site comes with full hookups, max-amp electricity, and pull-through access...
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