Sunday, October 8, 2017
Roughing It In Comfort at Devil's Den State Park.
There's a gulf between those who love to camp in the rough and those who prefer to stay in cabins. For some, the idea of getting away from it all doesn't include being away from an electrical outlet, light or a sturdy roof during storms.
Each of the cabins has parking spaces, a fire pit, a charcoal grill (bring your own charcoal) and picnic table.
Unlike the fancy cabins at other Arkansas State Parks, these cabins are sparse, which means they rent cheaper than standard cabins. Each of these brand new units (which have heating and air as well as light and electricity) rent for $65 a night.
If you'd like more information about these cabins, or you're interested in renting one (or several) out, call Devil's Den State Park at (479) 761-3325 or head to the park's website.
Note: Arkansas State Parks had no idea I was coming by, but the staff at the park was cordial as always. I love Arkansas State Parks.
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Can't wait till spring break.ReplyDelete
Is there water available at each site?ReplyDelete
Yes there is.Delete
What are the checking hoursReplyDelete
Checkout is at 11am. I am uncertain on checkin.ReplyDelete
Check in is at 3pmReplyDelete
How many beds in each camping cabin?ReplyDelete
I believe there is one full and a set of twin bunk beds in each cabin.Delete
Are there tent pads at the sites?ReplyDelete
The tenting area is close but not immediately adjacent.Delete
We are just looking to reserve....ReplyDelete
I see options as 3CC, 4CC, 7CC, 8CC. And thoughts?