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Buffalo Point Campground

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Campsite at Buffalo Point

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Buffalo Point is the only campground in the park which has hookups for RVs and reserves individual sites in advance. A map of all Buffalo Point campsites is available so you may choose a site that suits your needs.

 

Individual campsites, group sites and day use picnic pavilions at Buffalo Point may be reserved in advance at www.recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777. Individual campsites can be reserved up to 6 months in advance and pavilion and group campsites up to 1 year in advance. Please note a small fee is charged to make each reservation.

Drive-in campsites have water and electric hookups (30/50 amp) and are suitable for both RV's and tents. Walk-in campsites are for tents only. The campground has hot showers with four separate shower buildings. Each campsite has a picnic table, fire ring and lantern hook. RV dump station is available just outside the campsite on Highway 268. Up to six people are allowed for all individual campsites. Drive-in campsites are $22 per site per night while walk-in campsites cost $16 per site per night.

Group sites are available for 10 (minimum) to 25 (maximum) people per site at a cost of $3 per person per night.

Pavilions can be rented out for day use at the rate of $50 per day.

For more information about the Buffalo Point Campground, please call the Buffalo Point Ranger Station at 870-449-4311.

 

Did You Know?

Twilight on the Buffalo National River

Did you know that there are no dams found on the Buffalo National River. In fact, a number of people realized this and fought to keep the river untouched by dam builders. On March 1, 1972, Congress established Buffalo National River as the country's first national river.