Spring Creek Campground is a lightly trafficked trail located near Harriet, Arkansas that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, camping, fishing, and canoeing and is accessible year-round.
Hwy 14 south of Yellville, county Rd 99, west to campground on banks of the river.
What a beautiful little camp site. Very secluded and when we went, we were the only ones there. So it felt like we had the place to our selfs.
Things to know when camping here-
It's primitive camping. No running water (other than the river), no electricity. Each site has a picnic table, a trash/latern pole, and a grill.
That's all u need really. But some folks need more than that.
The river is right there. About 20 yards from the sites. Beautiful and clean. Keep it that way.
There is one porta-potty style bathroom.
NO trash cans or dumpsters. You have to burn ur burn-able and/or bring up the road and to a store.
Please don't dump your trash on the side of a road like some others have done.
Keep this place as natural as u can. No Trace. Leave it like it was when u got there. Keep ARKANSAS Beautiful.
My family and I enjoyed this beautiful little slice of the ozarks.
Hope you do too!
Very nice campground and trails
Spring Creek is a nice primitive campground along Buffalo river. It was quiet and pleasant. No fee for camping. It would make a nice base camp for floating the Buffalo.