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Dam Site(Greers Ferry)

Greers Ferry Lake

Dam Site Park is located at Greers Ferry Dam at the foot of Round Mountain in the beautiful Ozark Mountains of north-central Arkansas. The environment provides the ideal location for family camping, fishing, boating and hiking.

This large campground offers 211 sites, 131 of which offer electric hookups, with 40 having water and electric hookups.


Additional amenities include flush and vault toilets, showers, a dump station, playground, marina, swimming area and a boat ramp.

Need to Know

  • Attendant is on duty during peak season.

  • One wheeled camping unit and two tents or four tents are allowed per site.

  • ATV's, golf carts or off-road vehicles are prohibited.

  • No horses, livestock or exotic animals are allowed.

  • Don't Move Firewood: Protect your forests from tree-killing pests by buying your firewood locally and burning it on-site. Visit Dontmovefirewood.org for further information.
  • For more information on Greers Ferry Lake, click Here .

Natural Features

A dense mix of red cedar, black gum, red oak, elm, pecan and sweet gum trees forest the area, providing shade in the summer months and beautiful fall colors during autumn.

Wildlife is plentiful around Greers Ferry Lake. Visitors commonly see white-tailed deer, wild turkeys, rabbits, squirrels and a wide variety of birds.

Nearby Attractions

With over 30,000 acres of water surface, the lake serves as a playground for all kinds of water sports. Eighteen parks around the shoreline provide modern campgrounds, boat ramps, swim areas and marinas. 

The William Carl Garner Visitor Center is just west of the dam, with exhibits, a children's touch table, and a replica of the world record 40 lb. 4 oz. brown trout caught in the Little Red River downstream of the center.

The Greers Ferry National Fish Hatchery, in Heber Springs, located below the dam, offers free tours. Built in 1965, the hatchery produces about one million rainbow trout a year for restocking the Little Red and other Arkansas streams.

Recreation

Greers Ferry Lake is an outdoor enthusiasts' dream, with boating, sailing, water skiing, swimming, scuba diving and fishing opportunities. Hikers enjoy the area's three National Nature Trails and one multi-purpose fitness trail.


The William Carl Garner Visitor Center is just west of the dam, with exhibits, a children's touch table, and a replica of the world record 40 lb. 4 oz. brown trout caught in the Little Red River downstream of the center.

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Greers Ferry Project Office P.O. Box 1088 HEBER SPRINGS AR 72543

Physical Address

315 HEBER SPRINGS ROAD NORTH HEBER SPRINGS AR 72543

Phone Number

For campground inquiries, please call: 501-362-5233

Rental Options

Learn more about gear rental options for your trip

Driving Directions

From Heber Springs, AR, take SR-25 3 miles north and follow signs to the campground.

Available Campsites

  • Site I11, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site I15, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L22, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site H08, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site M03, Loop M, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L21, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site H20, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L35, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site I25, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site Dam Site Shelter PM, Loop Dam Site, Type Group Shelter Electric
  • Site K03, Loop K, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site N19, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site G15, Loop G, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site L11, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site H34, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H23, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site K08, Loop K, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site I09, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L20, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site L12, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site I01, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site J17, Loop J, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site J07, Loop J, Type Standard Electric
  • Site F03, Loop F, Type Standard Electric
  • Site J06, Loop J, Type Standard Electric
  • Site F05, Loop F, Type Standard Electric
  • Site J14, Loop J, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site L15, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site L08, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site H03, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site I05, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site J01, Loop J, Type Standard Electric
  • Site I14, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site K06, Loop K, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site H38, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site F02, Loop F, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L24, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site J13, Loop J, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site F17, Loop F, Type Standard Electric
  • Site M08, Loop M, Type Standard Electric
  • Site K10, Loop K, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site F18, Loop F, Type Standard Electric
  • Site J09, Loop J, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H10, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L36, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site I13, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L30, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site H15, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site N15, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site J08, Loop J, Type Standard Electric
  • Site F09, Loop F, Type Standard Electric
  • Site G18, Loop G, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site L04, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site J19, Loop J, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site N04, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site N01, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site M11, Loop M, Type Standard Electric
  • Site J22, Loop J, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site N06, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site G11, Loop G, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site I20, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L09, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site H32, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H22, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H37, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L38, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site G10, Loop G, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site H33, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L18, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site K02, Loop K, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site J18, Loop J, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site K07, Loop K, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site N23, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H35, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L02, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site H17, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site N10, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site I12, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H36, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site M01, Loop M, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H16, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H05, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site I10, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L32, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site I24, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L23, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site J10, Loop J, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site G05, Loop G, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site F10, Loop F, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H06, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site F16, Loop F, Type Standard Electric
  • Site I21, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site N05, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site N13, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L17, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site I16, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H19, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H30, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site M15, Loop M, Type Standard Electric
  • Site N12, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L01, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site L37, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site L13, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site J20, Loop J, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site N21, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site I08, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L10, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site J16, Loop J, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site I18, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site G13, Loop G, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site I02, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H24, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site J21, Loop J, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site L05, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site H04, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site I17, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site N09, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site J12, Loop J, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site M13, Loop M, Type Standard Electric
  • Site G08, Loop G, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site H18, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site I06, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site K04, Loop K, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site H26, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site I19, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L07, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site F15, Loop F, Type Standard Electric
  • Site G06, Loop G, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site G01, Loop G, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site G09, Loop G, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site F13, Loop F, Type Standard Electric
  • Site J04, Loop J, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H21, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site N16, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L16, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site H31, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L03, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site F06, Loop F, Type Standard Electric
  • Site G03, Loop G, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site G14, Loop G, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site H25, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site N11, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L28, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site N03, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H14, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site K11, Loop K, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site J02, Loop J, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L27, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site M05, Loop M, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H07, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site Dam Site Shelter AM, Loop Dam Site, Type Group Shelter Electric
  • Site H28, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L34, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site M16, Loop M, Type Standard Electric
  • Site F12, Loop F, Type Standard Electric
  • Site J03, Loop J, Type Standard Electric
  • Site F08, Loop F, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H01, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H13, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site K09, Loop K, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site I23, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L31, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site H02, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H29, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site I04, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L25, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site N08, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site F11, Loop F, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L29, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site F07, Loop F, Type Standard Electric
  • Site G04, Loop G, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site J15, Loop J, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site N18, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site F14, Loop F, Type Standard Electric
  • Site I07, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site M06, Loop M, Type Standard Electric
  • Site N02, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L19, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site M02, Loop M, Type Standard Electric
  • Site N20, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site G07, Loop G, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site I22, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L06, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site M04, Loop M, Type Standard Electric
  • Site N24, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H39, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H27, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site N07, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site I03, Loop I, Type Standard Electric
  • Site K05, Loop K, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site N14, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site G02, Loop G, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site H11, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L14, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site N22, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site K01, Loop K, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site J05, Loop J, Type Standard Electric
  • Site M12, Loop M, Type Standard Electric
  • Site F01, Loop F, Type Standard Electric
  • Site M10, Loop M, Type Standard Electric
  • Site H09, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site M07, Loop M, Type Standard Electric
  • Site M14, Loop M, Type Standard Electric
  • Site G17, Loop G, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site G16, Loop G, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site L33, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site H12, Loop H, Type Standard Electric
  • Site L26, Loop L, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site M09, Loop M, Type Standard Electric
  • Site N17, Loop N, Type Standard Electric
  • Site G12, Loop G, Type Standard Nonelectric
  • Site F04, Loop F, Type Standard Electric
  • Site J11, Loop J, Type Standard Nonelectric

Photo Gallery

Sours: https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/232567

Greers Ferry Lake

11 campgrounds in Greers Ferry Lake

Nestled on the lower stretches of Greers Ferry Lake, Cove Creek Campground is lined by primitive and modern campsites, all sitting alongside the area’s serene landscape. Cove Creek Campground is well-known for fantastic fishing, boating, and swimming. After spending your days in aquatic bliss, cozy up by the campfire, feast on s'mores, and take in Read more...

Heber Springs Campground is an outdoor enthusiasts dream! Located on the shores of the stunning Greers Ferry Lake, there is no shortage of opportunity to let your wild side shine. In the summer there is water sports, boating, fishing, and even scuba diving. In the fall, the forests flame with color. Campsites are modern, quaint, and a great place Read more...

Nestled alongside Greers Ferry Lake, Hill Creek Campground provides you with well-kept and modern campsites to enjoy the best of the Ozarks! Bring the whole fan-damily for days filled with fishing, swimming, boating, and strutting your stuff out on those hiking trails. Back at camp, set up a picnic feast and get your voice ready for a night filled Read more...

John F Kennedy Campground

Located on the sloping banks of Little Red River, John F. Kennedy Campground is a must-see, must-do for water-loving hipcampers. Providing modern campsites, John F. Kennedy is the perfect outlet to experience Mother Nature in all of her glory. Enjoy boating, sailing, water skiing, swimming, fishing, and even scuba diving! If you prefer land, you c Read more...

If your idea of a good camping trip is sleeping by a sparkling lake amidst the Ozarks, than Narrows Campground is your huckleberry! Enjoy a diversity of unique flora and fauna, boating, sailing, water skiing, swimming, scuba diving, and fishing (seems like you’ll have plenty to do). Back at camp, enjoy the pleasant sites with modern amenities, and Read more...

Old Highway 25 Campground

Family fun is easy to come by at Old Highway 25 Campground. Modern facilities and amenities make it easy to enjoy everything this sizeable spot has to offer. Located on beautiful Greers Ferry Lake, a wide assortment of water sports are easily accommodated. Inland, you’ll find breathtaking scenery, a wide assortment of wildlife, and award-winning h Read more...

Cast away at Shiloh Campground! Multiple boat launches at this large, well-equipped site will have you out on gorgeous Greers Ferry Lake in no time. Haven’t got your sea legs? Take to one of the National Nature Trails to enjoy the dense forest shade and observe a wealth of wildlife. Land-lubber or lake lover, Shiloh’s got you covered like no other Read more...

Dam Site Campground offers more than the average getaway! This huge collection of campsites offer about a 50/50 split between full-service and basic amenities, so you can choose what fits your needs. Whether you need full water and electric, or you’re keeping it basic, you can look forward to over 30,000 acres of water sports fun on Greers Ferry L Read more...

Situated on the Western banks of Greers Ferry Lake, Choctaw Campground is lined by primitive and modern campsites, all offering stunning views of the lake’s sun-kissed horizon. Be prepared to be an early bird, as Choctaw Campground is known to be well-stocked with a wide-array of game fish. Lucky for us, campsites are available for reservation wel Read more...

Find a little slice of camping heaven at Devils Fork Campground. Located on Greers Ferry Lake, this place is perfect for the whole fan-damily. Cruise the lake on a boat, fish for your dinner, or explore the depths of the lake while scuba diving. If that’s not enough there’s hiking trails and playgrounds to boot. Time to pull that old tent out of t Read more...

Life is sweet at Sugar Loaf Campground. This sizeable retreat has a mix of modern and classic amenities, and the shoreline location provides plenty of access to Greers Ferry Lake. Hikers will appreciate the proximity to the Sugar Loaf Mountain Island National Nature Trail. Accessible by boat, this natural treasure offers stunning panoramic views f Read more...

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Greers Ferry Lake, Arkansas

Open Mid May to Mid Sept

Limit  14 days

63 sites   31 electric  $18.00    32 Non electric $16.00

Reservations 877-444-6777   or recreation.gov

Dump station  picnic table fire ring  grill  showers  flush and pit toilets  swim beach  boat ramp drinking water

Some campsites have been washed out…

  • Nice new bathhouse
  • Great fishing pier
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Sours: https://thedyrt.com/camping/arkansas/near/greers-ferry-lake

Greers Ferry Lake

Us Army Corps of Engineers, Arkansas.

Greers Ferry Dam stands at the foot of beautiful Round Mountain in the Ozark Mountains of north-central Arkansas. Numerous parks offer modern camping and recreational opportunities. Marinas provide rental services, food and other supplies and services. Lake fishing is good throughout the year. A trout hatchery furnishes trout for the Little Red River flowing out of the dam. Hiking trails give visitors a beautiful natural view of the lake and its surroundings. Activities on and around Greers Ferry Lake will keep anyone busy.

Camping and Day Use

Nearby Activities

  • Boating
  • Camping
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Picnicking
  • Playground Park Specialized Sport Site
  • Visitor Center
  • Water Sports
  • Wildlife Viewing

Directions

From Little Rock, 15 miles north on US 67-167, 50 miles north on AR 5.

Additional Information

Photo Gallery

  • fisherman wading in the lakefisherman at the lake
Sours: https://www.recreation.gov/camping/gateways/537

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