Completed in December of 2011, White Oak Campground is a great place to stay during your visit to The Ozark Mountains. The camp is centrally located between Mountain View Arkansas and The Buffalo River National Park on highway 14, a Scenic Byway. The Buffalo River is only a twenty minute drive from White Oak. Once there you can rent a canoe, kayak, or raft, or just spend the day enjoying the scenic beauty of The Ozarks. Mountain View Arkansas is only a twenty minute drive away and is known as the Folk Music Capital of the world. The weekends are usually loaded with activities centered around The Court House Square where musicians’ gather from everywhere and bring their acoustic instruments and “Pick and Grin.” Other things to do include visiting local shops where local artisans sell their many hand made crafts. Another attraction, The Ozark Folk Center, is also a twenty minute drive from the camp. There you can watch artisans make many things just as they were made at the turn of the century. Loco Ropes and the “Zip Line” is also a must do for the young or the young at heart. You will find it located on the way to The Folk Center . Blanchard Springs Caverns, one of the largest cavern systems in North America, and one of the most famous attractions in the area is only a five minute drive…a must see while visiting The Ozarks.
White Oak is an excellent place to stay for those who like to see the world on two wheels. Every direction you ride from the camp is packed with plenty of curves and hills. The infamous Push Mountain Road is only five minutes away. Highway nine that will take you from Allison to Melbourne is only a fifteen minute ride away. There are at least four loop rides that would be enjoyable to any motorcyclist. For those who prefer to pedal their way around, the Sylamo mountain bike trail, a premier mountain bike trail is within fifteen minutes of White Oak camp and cyclists from all over the United States gather to experience the challenges the trail offers.
The most notable amenity White Oak Campground has to offer is that it’s surrounded by The Ozark National Forest. The Forest is publicly owned, which gives citizens the right to access and provides offerings to the outdoors, and it’s all free. If you’re looking to catch a rainbow trout, hunt for wild turkey, bag a white tail deer or go after a black bear, or wild hog, all you need is an applicable license during the proper season. Hiking, mountain biking, swimming, exploring, trail riding on horseback are just a few of the things to do during your stay at White Oak. We have covered horse stalls available for our guests to use during their stay for a small fee. The Forest also has designated roads and trails for those that enjoy riding their four-wheelers, ATV's or any other off road vehicle. The majority of those roads are located within a few miles of the Campground, so load up your ATV and come and stay with us and enjoy access too miles of roads and trails approved for off-roader's
White Oak Campground is the wise choice among the choices available for lodging during your visit to The Ozark Mountain Region. Its central location in relation to so many offerings and the modern amenities make it the “place to be”.
White Oak Campground offers four cedar log cabins with queen-sized beds, flat screen T.Vs. on DIRECT T.V., FREE WI-FI refrigerators, microwaves, and coffee makers. Each cabin has its own bathroom with shower. There is a sleeping loft in each cabin which will sleep two in sleeping bags, or on an inflatable mattress. Each cabin has its own picnic table and camp fire ring. Also, one larger cabin is available that has one bedroom, with gueen bed, living room with small sleeper sofa, kitchen, and bathroom downstairs, and a loft bedroom upstairs with a full size bed. The kitchen comes equipped with full size refrigerator, cook top, microwave, small toaster oven, coffeemaker, cooking and eating utensils. White Oak Campground also offers five R.V. sites with fifty and thirty amp hook-ups. Each space is shaded with picnic table, and fire ring. The spaces are angled for easier backs and are about sixty feet in length. The campground also has a service building with clean bathrooms, which include handicapped accessible stalls, and large tiled showers.
Considering we can sleep from two to twenty-two, with everyone having their own space, a total of six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and the R.V. sites ,White Oak is the logical choice for the individual, family or group, having only to pay for the space you need.
Rates: Small log cabins are $80.00 per night for two adults and two children, or $100.00 per night for four adults. Maximum occupancy is four.
Large cabin is $120.00 per night for four people, each additional person will be $10.00. Maximum occupancy is six.
R.V. sites are $17.00 per night. One wheeled camper and one tent per site only please
All five cabins $400.00 per day or $2500.00 per week.
Rates do not include 8.5% tax.
Deposit will depend on the number of units rented, please call or e-mail for more information. We are open seven days a week March through November, and by reservation only (two night minimum stay) December through Feburary.
Activities: Boating, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, trail riding, sightseeing, junking, shopping, golf, fishing, hunting.
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