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Quick Facts

Iron Springs Campground

Handicapped Accessible: Yes
Length of Stay: 14 Days
Number of Sites: 7 camping units
Reservation Status: $5.00 registration Nonrefundable.

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General Description

The Iron Springs Campground sits within a beautiful wooded roadside setting on a stream and near to some historic springs.

Facilities include: 7 camping units, a wheelchair accessible vault toilet, picnic sites, a drinking water pump, three picnic shelters, an accessible walkway to the historic springs, plus a wading area.

This campground is a fee paying site.

Directions from Jessieville: Take scenic Byway 7 four and a half miles north.

Seasonal Information:
Normally Open: Year-round .

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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Camping
ICON Hiking & Walking A short scenic walkway to the historic springs.
ICON Picnicking This area has picnic sites and picnic shelters.
ICON Swimming & Waterplay Wading

Related Activities
Bear Creek Trail - The Bear Creek Trail is situated north of Jessieville off Highway 7. The area offers visitors 45 miles of various settings, including forested creeks, panoramic vistas and captivating rock formations.

Buffalo Gap Trail - Buffalo Gap Trail is situated north from Jessieville, off Byway 7. The area offers visitors 9 miles scenic trail.

Fourche Mountain Campground - Fourche Mountain Campground is located south from Rover. This mountainous campground offers camping and picnicking.

Fourche Mountain Trail - The Fourche Mountain Trail is situated close to the Mill Creek Recreational Area off U.S. Highway 270. The trail offers visitors various levels of difficulty

Ouachita National Recreation Trail - This is the longest trail in the Ouachita National Forest spanning 192 miles across its entire length.

Scenic 7 Scenic Byway - Arkansas State Highway 7 runs from the Louisiana State Line near El Dorado, Arkansas to Diamond City, Arkansas near the Missouri State Line. It is approximately 60 miles of Highway that passes through the Ozark and Ouachita National Forests.

South Fourche Campground - South Fourche Campground is located one mile south of Hollis on Scenic 7 Byway. The campground is currently under reconstruction, and when complete will allow wheelchair access around the site.

More Information

Visitor Information:

Jessieville Ranger District, P.O. Box 189,, 8607 Hwy. 7N, , Jessieville., AR, 71949, Phone: 501-984-5313


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