Fort Smith/Alma KOA
3539 US 71 N Hwy
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 78
Tents Allowed: Yes
A blanket of trees sweeps across the rolling hills and mountains that surround this KOA, making this a scenic stop that's especially glorious in the fall. This quiet Ozarks campground offers long pull thru sites with cable TV, Wi-Fi and the equipment and place to wash your rig. Relax at the pond with your fishing pole, take a paddleboat ride and feed the friendly ducks. Swim in the saltwater pool or lay out and tan. A playground and basketball court add to the fun. Fort Smith National Historic Site showcases 80 years of America's westward expansion and includes the remains of two frontier forts. Bird-watchers like the walking trails along the Arkansas River. Shop Victorian Van Buren's crafts or antiques and ride the Scenic Ozark Railway. Attractions include a Civil War cemetery, golf courses, wineries, a trolley ride. Coming to Fort Smith in the near future is a Marshal's Museum, personally I can't wait . Two casino's are close by. Be sure to add this campground to your stop and stay list. See you SOON!
50 Max Amp
75' Max Length
Pool (Open May 25 to Sep 8)
From I-40 Exit 13, north 2.3 mi. From I-540 Exit 24, east 5/8 mi, south 1 mi.
From I-540 N, go to Hwy 40 toward Little Rock, exit 13 turn left at stoplight, go 2.3mi N
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