Arrow Rock State Historic Site
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 47
Number of Sites with Electric: 34
Number of Full Hookup Sites: 1
If you enjoy the easygoing serenity of a quiet village, then Arrow Rock is the place for you. Once a thriving riverport, the town is dotted with architectural treasures from the past. Limestone gutters of carefully carved blocks line the main street, marking the toil of earlier generations. Wooden sidewalks and overhead canopies still line store fronts, recalling the grace and aura of times long past. The entire town of Arrow Rock was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1964.
Arrow Rock State Historic Site offers 12 basic, 34 electric and one sewer/electric/water campsites and a special-use camping area. Two electric campsites and one basic campsite are accessible. All campsites are open year-round. Reservations can be made for stays during the on-season (April through October).
On-season (April through October) services include a dump station, shower facilities and woodlot, along with potable water spigots located throughout the campground.
During the off-season (November through March), potable water, showers facilities and firewood are not available. Campers planning to carry in firewood must comply with current firewood advisories.
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