Camping

Relaxing in a campsite here on Arkansas's second highest mountain has its own special rewards. The campground at Queen Wilhelmina State Park is a special home away from home where you'll find peace and quiet, fresh mountain air, and unforgettable natural beauty. Choose your favorite of Arkansas's four seasons and experience it here on 2,681-foot Rich Mountain. The mountain is a cloud-capped getaway wrapped in the cool mountain breezes of summer. In autumn, it is ablaze with fall colors. Snowfall transforms the mountain to a winter wonderland. Wildflowers decorate it with the colors of spring. A park campsite is your front row seat to all this natural beauty. Choose from 41 campsites [eight Class A campsites with water/30 amp and 50 amp service, 27 Class B campsites with water/30 amp electric service, and five Class C with water or 30 amp electric service]. In addition, the park offers one Walk-in Tent Site separate from the rest of the campsites. The campground includes a modern bathhouse with hot showers. A trailer dump station is located at the entrance to the campground. Campsites are available by reservation or a on a first-come basis. However, it is necessary to register at the park lodge before occupying a campsite. All sites are assigned. Arkansas State Parks' camping rules and regulations are available online at: www.adptfoi.com.

Type / Location # of Sites Rate Other Information
Class A - Water/50 AmpAccessible
8 2017
$25.00
  • Tent
  • Electrical Hook-Up
  • Water & Electrical Hook-Up
  • 50 Amp Service
  • Showers
  • Dump Stations
Class B - Water/30 AmpAccessible
Mountain View
27 2017
$20.00
  • Tent
  • Electrical Hook-Up
  • Water & Electrical Hook-Up
  • 30 Amp Service
  • Showers
  • Dump Stations
Class C - W (Tent only at Queen Wilhelmina)
Mountain View
5 2017
$16.00
  • Tent
  • Showers
  • Dump Stations
Class D Hike-In Site (Tent Only)
Valley View
1 2017
$12.00
  • Tent
  • Showers
  • Dump Stations

 

Campsite Reservations
Call 877-879-2741 or Book Online.

Discounts

  • Current Arkansas residents age 62 and over will be admitted to campgrounds at one-half the regular fee Sunday through Thursday nights, and at a 25% discount weekends and holidays. [NOTE: A government issued photo identification with date of birth is required as proof of age.]
  • Out-of-state residents age 62 and over will receive a 25% discount Sunday through Thursday nights and no discount on weekends or holidays. [NOTE: A government issued photo identification with date of birth is required as proof of age.]
  • U.S. Citizens with 100% total and permanent disability will be admitted to campgrounds at one-half the regular campsite fee throughout the year. Current written proof of 100% total and permanent disability is required. Document must specify "Permanent and Total Disability" or indicate an individual is "100 percent Disabled." For veterans, this should be a copy of the Awards letter (dated within the last two years) from the Veterans Administration Regional Office or an Arkansas license plate with the letters DV or DAV. For non-veterans, a qualifying document would be a letter from a personal physician, Railroad Retirement, or Civil Service (federal or state government) dated within the last two years stating "100 percent disabled" and/or "permanent and total disability." Arkansas State Parks accepts the America the Beautiful-Access Pass and Golden Access Passport as proof of disability and age.
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