Catherine’s Landing is an absolutely beautiful RV resort with a mile of water frontage on Lake Catherine. The rest of the park is surrounded by forest. With a diverse range of top notch amenities, you really can’t go wrong here.
The terrific thing about this campground is the location. It is set far enough away from the tourist locations, that you feel you are . However, it is close enough (~15 miles) for a quick trip to historic Bath House Row at the National Park or hiking at the State Park.
Top Notch Amenities
They have both pull through and back in paved, level sites. There are several waterfront back in sites to choose if you desire. Each site has a picnic table, BBQ grill, and fire ring. Here’s our site:
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We’re loving Catherine’s Landing RV Resort so much, we’ve only ventured out once. They have an awesome pool, kayaks & boat rentals, hiking trails, disc golf, and a zip line! Do you ever like to just stay at the campground or prefer to sight see? #arkansas #travelusa #rvlife #rvtravel #rvcouple #rvcamping
The park has a ton of amenities including a great heated pool area with splash pad, play ground, dog park, disc golf course, kayak & boat rentals, and covered pavilion with picnic tables and cooking area. They also have 2 very clean bath houses and laundry rooms. They even had a very nice pet bathing area.
Really, the only thing missing was a hot tub.
Most of the time, we stayed at the resort and enjoyed the amenities there. However, we did venture out to two major attractions.
Hot Springs National Park
This is as far from a typical national park as you can get. Most of the park is actually the little town with the Bathhouse Row National Historic Landmark District where you can tour a historic bathhouse and even partake in the full treatment.
Sean & I both decided to step outside our comfort zone and give the baths a try after watching this video from Phil & Stacy of You, Me & The RV. I actually watched this video a couple of times, it is so funny!
Garvan Woodlawn Gardens
While at Catherine’s Landing, I met a fellow blogger and we went on a walking tour of Garvan Woodland Gardens. I try to visit botanical gardens along my travels, and love ones with a twist. This botanical garden is nestled in the picturesque Ouachita Mountains of Southwest Arkansas. It showcases the indigenous flora and fauna, 4 ½ miles of wooded shoreline, and rocky inclines.
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