September 2, 2020 - reviewed by GNG
Nice campground but very popular as was packed full in late August. Sites are gravel and very close and it gets noisy with kids playing in the street. We had site 59 and it was 4 inches off from level so had to use all our leveling blocks and a small stool at the bottom of the stairs to exit the fifth wheel. Electric and water were good. Dump station is on far end of the park along narrow road so hard to get by when there’s a line waiting to get to the dump station. Had one bar of AT&T cell and no antenna TV. Very friendly staff at the check in gate. It’s a nice family campground for boaters and has a nice swimming beach. Only gave 4 stars because site was so far from level.
October 21, 2018 - reviewed by John W.
Awesome Lake Experience
This is our first stay here and it is absolutely awesome. This is a first come first serve basis campground and stays pretty full and with all the beautiful views of Lake Quachita I understand why it stays full. The sites are well spaced but not all sites are really level so you might want to bring some blocks. Prices very from $14-24 and they do honor the senior pass. Our site was $22/ night but with senior pass it was $11. All the sites close to us at site 33 have 30amp/50amp and water. dump station wasn't extremely far away. For the most part all sites seem to have plenty of shade. Highly recommend this park to all that love to enjoy lake views and quiet peaceful camping.
April 19, 2018 - reviewed by LittlePiney
Beautiful And Serene
The campground is very clean with breathtaking views.
June 20, 2015 - reviewed by Stacy
We are from Texas and do alot of camping, we were very pleased with Crystal Springs campgrounds. Most campsite are right on the water, you can fish from camp. Many sites are close to the swim beach (sandy) where you can watch your older kids swim from camp. There is plenty of shore to tie your boat up, even a couple of wakeboard boats where anchored just off the bank of campsites. The restrooms were always clean. The showers had three seperate stalls. All sites have water, we found that many campgrounds around Lake Ouachita dont have water hookups. This park sits back in a cove, you cannot see the main body of the lake. Superb hospitality from the people working the gate and the park rangers. Our only regret was not bringing our boat so we could see the beauty from the water. Highly recommend. Other native campers said crystal springs was the best on the lake. We didnt think we would ever come back just cause we like new places but I think most of us want to return next year.