MAYFLOWER, Ark. — How does roaming several hundreds of acres in central Arkansas sound?
Many aren’t aware this is a possibility just about 5 miles east of Mayflower on Clinton Road. The Camp Robinson Special Use Area is a multi-purpose destination for an assortment of activities.
Visitors are welcome to use the archery range which is where the Discover Arkansas team met with Carrie Crawford of Arkansas Game and Fish. Carrie is an avid bow hunter and has won many trophies in archery.
Not only is the area a great location to hone your archery skills, visitors are welcome to drive the car tour of the area. A map at the trail head describes the route and what one can expect whilst upon the adventure.
This area could serve as a wonderful place to let your dogs run. In fact this is a popular destination for bird hunting dogs to work. Have a squirrel dog and want to train them? This would be a wonderful place to use.
Horseback riding is very popular in Arkansas, and guests are free to utilize the stable and campground at no charge, to include water and electricity hook-ups with a dump station nearby.
So whether you want to horseback ride, take an “off-road” vehicle tour, run your dogs, or hone in on your archery skills, the Camp Robinson SUA is a wonderful destination to discover, all free of charge.