Buffalo Point Campground (Buffalo National River)


New Member
Nov 17, 2012
>Campsites:83 RV with W/E; 21 Tents; 5 Group Tents
>Location:14 miles south of Yellville on Ark. 14, then 3 miles east on Ark. 268.
>Attractions:Rugged mountain scenery and nature trails to hidden springs and caves, overlook. Swimming and fishing, naturalist programs in season.
>Facilities:Modern and rustic cabins, restaurant (May 15-Labor Day), flush toilets, warm showers, water, picnic sites with nearby grills, 3 pavilions, amphitheater, river access.

Love this place! I make it a point to camp here every year. I like how the whole place is set up, it gives you a different feel depending on which site you camp at. I like camping on the cliffs side the most since large RV's cannot quite get in. So it is nice and quite at night. Each loop is different so camping here can be new each time. I also love the wildlife in the area, they will come into your camp.


Active Member
Jul 17, 2010
I love it also - one of my favorite parks! The cabins there are great too when it gets too cold for camping.