​​Hide-A-Way on The White River RV and Tent Campground

New Owners !!!  RV Sites, Tent Sites and RV Rental. Great campground for Trout Fishing the White River; located adjecent to Reds Landing Public Boat Ramp just outside of Norfork Arkansas​​

870-499-0553 for Reservatiions

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Things to do within an hour drive
  1. White River Trout Fishing
    Come fish one of the best Trout Fishing rivers in the US. Fishing Guides connections available. Fish half day or all day. Some guides provide all equipment. No boat then enjoy over 70 yards of river front property to fish.
  2. Norfork Lake and Dam
    Norfork Lake has more than miles of shoreline and covers some 22,000 square acres. Enjoy Boating, water skiing, jet skiing or relaxing on the lake. Boat rental is available. Love fishing - Norfork lake is home to almost all varieties of fresh water game fish. Bass, walleye, crappie, bream and catfish to name a few.
  3. Ozark National Forrest
    Across the river is the Ozark National Forrest. Great for hiking, bird watching or just enjoying mother nature.
  4. Norfork National Fish Hatchery
    Next to the Norfork River and Norfork Lake Dam, the hatchery is home to 2.5 million Brown, Rainbow and Cutthroat Trout that stocked annually into Arkansas waterways. Take a tour of the Hatchery to learn about trout and their habitat, have an opportunity to fish with your kids or grandchildren.
  5. Mountain View, AR
    Enjoy Bluegrass music at the downtown square. Ozark Folk Center State Park - crafts village with classes, folk music, food and learn about old time crafts.
  6. Dry Run Creek
    Dry Run Creek is the Norfork Fish Hatchery stocking stream. It is know to be one of the best places in the country for children under 16 and the mobility impaired to test their trout fishing skills.
  7. Mountain Homes, AR
    Home to many historical sites to visit, including the Baxter County Courthouse, the Casey House, and just down the road from our campsite is the Wolf House - the oldest structure in the area built around 1824. Try your luck on the golf course voted #1 course in Arkansas eight times 2004-2012 - Big Creek Golf and Country Club.
  8. Blanchard Springs Caverns
    It is one of the most spectacular caves founds anywhere. You enter a "living" cave where glistening formations like stalactites, stalagmites, columns and flowstones are still changing (hence a "Living" cave). The Dripstone Trail runs through the uppermost levels for about 1/2 mile. The Discovery Trail runs 1.2 miles descending to a lower level of 366 feet underground.