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Acorn Acres RV Park and Villas is conveniently set off Highway 76, surrounded by beautiful Ozark forest yet not far from a Walmart super store or restaurants in Branson West side.

Established in 1974, Woodlands Camping Resort is located in the heart of the Elk Neck State Forest and is open year round for transient camping. Our season runs from April 1st to October 31st, and we have many events and activities during this time that are setup by our entertainment committee. We maintain a family atmosphere and would love to have your family join us for a weekend!

Holden Family Campground is located just off of Route I-A, the "Bar Harbor Road", in Holden, Maine. Ideally located just minutes away from Hollywood Slots in Bangor, several golf courses, OTB and harness racing. Take a scenic ride to Ellsworth, Mount Desert Island, or Acadia National Park. During your stay, you will enjoy a visit to the Penobscot Narrows Observatory and Historic Fort Knox.

Arkansas, The Natural State, is blessed with an abundance of geological wonders. Crater of Diamonds State Park, the only diamond-producing site in the world open to the public, stands out as a unique geological "gem" for you to explore and enjoy. Here, you are invited to prospect in the park's diamond search area, a 37 1/2-acre plowed field that is the eroded surface of an ancient volcanic pipe that 95 million years ago, brought to the surface the diamonds and some of the semi-precious stones lucky visitors find here today. Diamonds of all colors of the rainbow can be found here at Crater of Diamonds, but the three most common colors unearthed by park visitors are white, brown and yellow. Crater of Diamonds State Park is a rockhound's delight since, along with diamonds, more than 40 types of rocks and minerals can found here, too. These rocks and minerals include lamproite, amethyst, banded agate, jasper, peridot, garnet, quartz, calcite, barite, and hematite. Within the park boundary, many remnants of old mining ventures remain, including the Mine Shaft Building, the Guard House, mining plant foundations, old mining equipment and smaller artifacts. Nowhere else is North American diamond mining history as evident or as well preserved as here.

Beyond all of the basic camping amenities, including a diverse selection of campsites and settings for everything from tents to RV's, Falls Campground offers many unique features that cant be found anywhere else. The main attraction is "The Falls" itself. While its not tall in stature, it makes up for it in breadth and width. The natural features and unique opportunities of the campground are a result of water constantly cascading, over hundreds of yards of sandstone rock formations.