Thursday, September 29, 2011

Crowley’s Ridge State Park, Paragould, AR



We did another 177 miles of driving today through the very flat boot heel of Missouri into northeast Arkansas, landing at Crowley’s Ridge State Park. We are the only ones here besides the camp hosts. There was one pull through site which we took so we wouldn’t have to unhook the car. In order to pull in the proper way for the hookups we had to go to the end of the loop and turn around. Too bad the turn was too small to make it with the car attached so we had to unhook anyway. Oh well.

We paid $19.62 for the night but at least there is electric and water at the sites. We finally got to rinse off the mud we got all over the car and rig during our off road adventure in Illinois the other day. Tomorrow we plan to get to Mountain View for the Lazy Daze get together. It doesn’t officially start until Sunday but we just want to get there and stay put for a week.


  1. Don't you love empty state parks? That is the best way to go.

  2. Hope you enjoy Mtn View and your rally. It's very possible we will still be here after the 6th. We are at Maumelle Park -- a Corp park. With your senior pass, it's $11 for 30 amp or $12 for 50 amp, sitting on the AR River. Check it out!

  3. Looks like a nice place to spend longe than a night.

    But getting to a rally early means you can take it easy while everyone else is getting everything set up. Sounds like fun to be with an entire rally of folks with your same coach make. I've never done that.


  4. Looks like a great place to spend a night or two, and empty at that. Have a good time at the LD GTG.