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Ft. Chaffee RV Park

Ft. Chaffee Campground

Eligibility: NA
Telephone: (479) 484-2252/2917
Season: All Year
Directions:

Take Exit 8 from I-540 and go Southeast on SR-22 approx. 5.4 miles to Ft. Chaffee entrance on your right. Go through gate and proceed on 4th St. approx. 0.9 miles to 4 way stop. Turn right onto Ft. Smith Blvd. (Sign In is in the building on the Northeast corner of this intersection) and proceed to stop sign. Turn left and then turn right at the first road to the right into the camping area.

Reservations: Call for availability. Reservations for cabins only.


Note:
NA

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Little Rock AFB - FAM Camp

Little Rock AFB

Eligibility: Active Duty, Retirees, DOD Civilians
Telephone: (501) 987-3365
Season: All Year
Directions:

Follow US-67 North from Little Rock to Jacksonville. Exit at the AFB exit (Exit 11) and follow signs through gate. Go straight ahead on Vandenburg Drive to Arnold Drive (first junction), turn left and follow Arnold Drive about 1.5 miles to Second St. (Family Camp Sign on your right). Turn right on Second St., then turn left at first road into FAM Camp. Check-in is at building 640 but you can find an empty space and call telling them you're there and leave your money in an envelope at the bulletin board at the camp. Look for tags on posts at each site to determine unoccupied spaces.

Reservations: Call for availability. No reservations.


Note:
RV and/or tent sites can be rented by military for a monthly fee of $275.00 if on Military TDY orders.

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