White Cliffs Campground is located on the east bank of the Little River feeding into Millwood Lake in southwest Arkansas.
Visitors to this area enjoy fishing, duck hunting and relaxing in this peaceful campground. This area affords a great diversity of fish and wildlife habitat. Millwood Lake is one of the top fishing lakes in the country. Some 20,000 acres of submerged timber provide excellent fish habitat for a wide variety of fish including largemouth, white striped and spotted bass, channel and flathead catfish, bluegill, sunfish, buffalo carp and drum.
White Cliffs Campground offers 25 paved sites with water and electricity, flush toilets, showers, and a trailer dump station. Area amenities also include a boat ramp, bank-fishing access, a playground and adjacent protected natural area with hiking trail.
White Cliffs Campground is located on the Little River and within walking distance of White Cliffs Natural Area. The natural area includes a 100-foot high chalk bluff over the Little River, from which the area derives its name. The area includes the largest, and least disturbed Arkansas occurrences of chalk woodland. A nature trail meanders through unique topography characterized by knolls, ridges and ravines.
Nearby towns include Ashdown and Nashville, Arkansas, and Texarkana, Texas.Located six miles south of Cowlingsville on State Highway 317.870-287-4253N