Crystal Springs Camp Grounds

Crystal Springs Campground on lake Ouachita is open year round.

Crystal Springs is listed as one of the top ten fishing spots by ReserveAmerica, the United States’ leading recreation reservation and campground management solutions provider.

Camping Reservations: 1-877-444-6777 www.recreation.gov
Corps of Engineers Lake Ouachita Field Office: Phone: 501-767-2101

Latitude, Longitude
34.543293,-93.349371

Location:
16.8 miles west of Hot Springs on Highway 270 W,
then 1.5 miles north on Crystal Springs Road.

Map out your directions on the Lake Ouachita Map by clicking on the Crystal Springs icon.

Campsites 74
Standard Electrical (63) Tent Only Non-Electrical (11)

Campsite description:
Concrete table, ground grill, pedestal grill, lantern post, shade.

Amenities:
Flush toilets, potable water, showers, boat ramp, trailer dump station, swim beach (2), fish cleaning station,
Handicap accessible sites (# 22 and # 73).
Group Shelters Electric (2)

Crystal Springs Boat Ramp open all year.

Crystal Springs has the largest boat ramp on Lake Ouachita.

A fish cleaning station at the entrance of the parking lot at the ramp allows you to clean your fish with ease. The locations of the camping sites are user friendly with plenty of space.Water hookups are available to every RV site.

A day use facility with a swim beach, two pavilions and a playground are right outside of the camping area.The Charlton trailhead, a four mile hiking/biking trail, begins at the entrance of Crystal Springs Campground.

You can rent a Houseboat at the Crystal Springs Resort as well. Lake Ouachita has an abundance of bass, bream, crappie, striped bass, walleye, and catfish.

Known for their size and tackle busting runs Striped Bass up to 50+ pounds roam the lake.

Catfish are plentiful ranging in sizes from 2 to 80+ pounds. Fishing Guide Services are available for almost every species.

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