It is open all year but no facilities from 11/15 thru 3/15. Great campground in Fall and Spring if you like great weather.
June 1, 2017 - reviewed by Kim G.
A Clean, Quiet, Family-Friendly Paradise
We were blown away by this place. It is a quiet campground completely surrounded by evergreens, oak trees, and deer. The views of the river and bluffs are amazing. This area is full of wonderful hiking trails. There is a short half mile long trail but there are also longer 4-5 hour hikes. Take time to explore the Indian Rock House Cave. The trail in and out has very interesting features along the way. The campground has a great swimming area where you can also put in your kayaks and float down to Rush. It's about a 7.5 mile float. The Buffalo River is so clean and clear. We saw so many fish, turtles, blue herons, and even a bald eagle. If you pull out at Rush be sure to stop at the ghost town and walk the trails through the old mining community. There is an informational map of the area at the trail head. The campground hosts are very friendly and the park is very clean and well maintained. Great location if you are wanting to get away from everything and enjoy nature.