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We have stayed at the cabins several times now and love it each time. Cabins have plenty of room and everything you need. We love having a fire pit and charcoal grill. We do lots of fishing and kayaking. The staff are always friendly and...More
We're a family group with ages ranging 4 to 92. When we're all together it is about 30 of us. The cabins offered us enough room for our group to come together for meals. The park has plenty offer for all ages: walking trails,beautiful veiws...More
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Arkansas State ... R, Manager at Moro Bay State Park, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
“Thank you for your kind review. It’s our goal to see that you have a great time and make memories that will last a life time with the people you care about. I hope you will bring your family back again. If you are bringing...More
Moro Bay is peaceful and serene. It was a welcomed change from the hustle of our everyday life. Cabin accommodations were five star. The park staff were friendly and helpful.
Our family will definitely be back.
It was one of the best Cabins I’ve ever stayed in. In is very homey and lovely. I plan to go to all of the Arkansas state parks before I graduate high school. During spring break 2017-2018 we hit 11 state parks in three days...More
My husband and I are loving our first trip to Moro Bay. The campsites are so nice, with water, electricity & sewer. They’re also paved and level which is fantastic for newbies like us! I love the view of the lake from our windows! I...More
They have revamped all of the camp sites with new pads and sewer at all sites. The camping area is clean and nice. All roads are resurfaced. The only drawback is there is not much to do unless you have a boat. Nice and quiet...More
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Arkansas State ... R, Manager at Moro Bay State Park, responded to this reviewResponded 1 May 2018
Thanks for staying with us and for your kind words about our park and your experience. It’s true that the most popular activities are centered around the Ouachita River and there is much to experience by boat around our park. Some of the...More
This little find was worth the drive. We rented a cabin on the bay which was very well appointed and the perfect size. The screened porch is so nice but unfortunately the weather was bad and cold we couldn't enjoy it like we planned. The...More
Response from Arkansas State ... R | Property representative |
“Hello Shanna, Thanks for choosing Moro Bay State Park and the answer to your question is Yes, you can check in after hours. The park visitor center closes at 5 p.m. but it is common for guest with reservations to arrive... More
“Hello Shanna, Thanks for choosing Moro Bay State Park and the answer to your question is Yes, you can check in after hours. The park visitor center closes at 5 p.m. but it is common for guest with reservations to arrive after that. We call all of our expected guest prior to their arrival to let them know how to get in the cabin after hours. We have electronic door locks and a secret code is entered and communicated to each guest prior to arrival so they can get in when they arrive. We also have park rangers that live on site to assist anyone who has trouble. Here are 3 things I would recommend to make your late arrival go smoothly. 1. Be sure to make your cabin reservations in advance. We operate with a small staff but do our best to maintain high standards in a scenic and unique location. If you haven’t made a reservation prior to our visitor center closing, you will not be able to get a cabin. 2. Make sure you give us a phone number where we can reach you when making a reservation. A cell phone is a better choice when you are traveling than a home phone you won’t be home to answer. Also, feel free to call the park with questions about your stay at any time from 8-5. After dialing 870-463-8555, press 2 to talk to on site park staff who can tell you the details about what you might want to know. 3. Make sure you are familiar with the basic rules of the park. Such as quiet hours start at 10 p.m., parties and reunions are prohibited in our cabins (but we do have pavilions that can be reserved for them by calling the park to accommodate them during the day), all vehicles must park on the pavement, no smoking is allowed in our cabins, no more than 6 adults are allowed to stay in any one cabin (fees apply to each adult beyond 4 adults), and only 1 cabin is dog friendly. Non-compliance with park rules will likely result in a visit from a friendly park ranger.”
Response from Melissa J | Reviewed this property |
Campsites are unavailable until about Aug.; campground renovation is currently underway. The cabins rent for about $138/night ($145/night with taxes). This is for 4 adults. Additional people (sleeper sofa) are $10/person.