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We (finally!) got to Arkansas. And found a hidden gem of an RV park right on the Arkansas River overlooking the Little Rock skyline!
After years of passing by Arkansas on every side, we had a chance to stop in. We’ve officially added the 45th state to our RV travel map. Only three more states in the lower 48 to go!
Our home for the evening was the Downtown Riverside RV Park in North Little Rock, Arkansas. It is both an easy and convenient overnight stop and a great place to take a mini vacation.
Perfectly situated to explore Little Rock, this awesome RV park sits right on the banks of the Arkansas River. Our site looked out over the river and had great views of the Little Rock skyline.
Every night, a LED light show illuminates the old train bridges that span the river and the water below.
A walking & bike path in an old converted train bridge leads over the river to the Clinton Presidential Library, a riverfront park and the Metro Streetcar historic trolley stop. At the neighboring Inland Maritime Museum you can tour a WWII submarine.
The RV park is gated and sites are paved with full hookups. It is also easily accessible from I-30 & I-40.
Sadly we couldn’t stay for more than one night but we’ll definitely be going back to explore more of Little Rock. By the time we left I had a list of places I would like to see on our next visit.
Downtown Riverside RV Park – Visit site
North Little Rock, Arkansas
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