Spend The Night In A Covered Wagon In Arkansas

Fox Pass Cabins are known for their over-the-top themed retreats, but the Prairie Palace Covered Wagon transport you to a different era completely! If you want a real, Wild West experience, then you have to spend the night in a covered wagon in Arkansas. This museum-quality replica will foster your Old West desires with authenticity and modern sufficiency. Pack your bag, grab your loved one, and head on over to this blast from the past. Let’s giddy-up to this one-of-a-kind lodging and learn more:

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Did you know Arkansas has a covered wagon retreat? Would you spend the night in a covered wagon in Arkansas? Have you stayed at one of the Fox Pass Cabins before? We’d love to hear about your Prairie Palace adventure in the comments below!

If you want to keep with the covered wagon theme, make sure to dine at the place where The Home Cooking At Bob & Wanda’s Wagon Wheel Restaurant Will Make Any Arkansans’ Mouth Water.

Address: 1287 Fox Pass Cutoff, Hot Springs National Park, AR 71901, USA
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Spend The Night In A Covered Wagon In Arkansas

February 07, 2021

Are there a lot of campgrounds in Arkansas?

There are! 32 of Arkansas state parks feature campgrounds, and those are just the state run options. You’ll find other amazing places to spend the night, like private themed campgrounds, all across the state. If it’s scenic beauty you’re looking for, these seven campsites in Arkansas will not disappoint!

What is the best time of year to camp in Arkansas?

Autumn is the best time of year to camp in Arkansas. The fall season is mild and dry, with plenty of sunny days, and the perfect weather to pitch a tent and get out in the great outdoors.

What are some other hidden gems in Arkansas?

Arkansas is full of hidden gems — you just need to know where to look! Luckily, we’re here to help. These 20 hidden gems in Arkansas are a great place to start; the Louisiana Purchase History Marker is an important piece of history. You’ll find this little historical marker at the Louisiana Purchase State Park near Blackon. Originally placed in 1815, the marker was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. Toltec Mounds are another interesting place to visit — nestled along the banks of Mound Lake, the 18-mound complex was originally inhabited from 600 to 1050 CE and is the tallest surviving prehistoric mounds in Arkansas, worth a visit for sure!

Address: 1287 Fox Pass Cutoff, Hot Springs National Park, AR 71901, USA