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Reservation Terms & Conditions

Booking Terms and Conditions for Denton Ferry RV Park and CabinRental

Things To Know Before Booking Your Stay with Us.


Cabin Rental Policies:
Cabin reservations are confirmed, once a credit card number has been placed onfile and the deposit charged. To hold the reservation, a deposit of 50% of the total will be charged, with the balance due 7 days prior to the date arrival.Your reservation can be cancelled with a full refund, minus a $50.00 fee, up to 30 days prior to the date of arrival, when cancelled in writing to Cancellations with more than 14 days' notice, but less than 30 days' notice will be assessed a one-day charge ($175.00 min), plus the $50 fee. Cancellations with less than 14 days written notice will result inforfeiture of the deposit and you may be assessed the balance due for the reservation in full. Weather, acts of God, Illness, and/or injury are notgrounds for cancellations with less than the required notice. Any damage, or broken items may be assessed to the card on file upon check-out. Conditions deemed excessive or requiring additional clean up from our housekeeping crews will be charged based on what work is required to return the cabin (and grounds, grill, deck, etc.) to a satisfactory level of cleanliness; the card onfile will be charged for the additional clean-up. We are a smoke and pet free facility. Smoking or pets in the Cabin will result in a minimum $500 charge plus cleaning fee (tbd). All persons over 3 years of age constitute anadditional person per the daily rates. Cabin Check-in is 3:00 pm, check-out is10:00 am. Please follow the check-out process in the pre-arrival email, and left in the cabin.

RV Park Policies
When space is available, we always welcome drop-ins.
We are open year-round with daily, weekly and monthly site rentals.
We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.

Due to scheduling conflicts, or other issues with scheduling and occupancy, we reserve the right to assign a similar site (and to always attempt to relocate the reservation within the same site class when possible) or reassign a site number based on the current availability. This may be a different number than the one originally reserved.

All primary renters must be 25 years of age.

Daily and Weekly RV Site Rentals-
You will be charged a 50% deposit at the time of the reservation. Daily and weekly rentals may cancel with no charge, with 14 days advance WRITTEN notice (TO: Any cancellation with less than 14 days’ notice will result in the full rental charges being assessed. Changing or altering your reservation with less than 14 days written notice may result in the full charge of the origional days reserved being assed.  
Monthly Site Rentals are booked directly through our office. For all monthly site-rentals ANY cancellation with less than 30 days’ notice will result in half of the rental charges being assessed. Monthly site rental rates are not applicable for stays less than 28 days. Monthly site rentals require a 50% payment at the time of the reservation. All ongoing monthly rentals require 14 days advanced written notice of the intent to vacate. Any notice less than 14 days will result in a 50% charge for the month. All cancellation emails must be sent to

Weather, natural disasters, pandemics, mechanical issues, and/or acts of God do not constitute grounds for cancellation with less than the required days written notice.

All site sales are final, no refunds on site sales, all sales are final for the duration of the reservation booked. If you pull out or do not stay for the time reserved, or arrive later than the scheduled reservation, you will be charged for the duration of the time reserved.

Failure to comply with the posted and acknowledged park policies may result in removal from the park and the inability to rent in the future. All guests areresponsible for understanding and following the park policies; they are alsoresponsible for the behavior of their guests and other members of their party.

A Utility and Technology assessment equal to 1% of the reservation subtotal will be added to all reservation as of 08/01/21 to offset increases in the cost of local utilities and upgrades to the fiberoptic internet system. A $3.00 per reservationfee will apply in 2022 forward, which will be matched by DFRV and donated to TU for white river trout habitat conservation.

Terms and conditions subject to change without notice. Rates subject to changewith posted notice. We reserve the right to refuse service.

Guided Fishing Trip Payment and Cancellation Policy:

You will be fishing with contracted guides. Denton Ferry RV Park, Inc. does notdirectly provide guide services.

Your credit card will be charged at the time of the reservation for your trip.You may cancel up to 21 days prior to your trip and receive a full refund. A cancellation fee equal to 50% of your total reserved trip cost will be charged if you cancel 21 days or less before your reserved trip date. A fee equal to100% of your total trip will be charged if you cancel 14 days or less before your reserved trip date. (ALL cancellations must be in writing
Cranor's Personal Guarantee: If you do not catch trout when you fish with us, Iwill refund 100% of your trip cost!

Any Outfitting or excursion charged:

Any booked excursions (float trips, show tickets, access passes, boat rentals,etc.) are 100% non-refundable and payment is due in full at the time of booking.

Terms subject to change w/o advance notice. Terms and conditionsare available online or via our office at 740 Denton Ferry Rd., Cotter, AR 72626.


ARKANSAS FALL FOLIAGE: The Best Scenic Fall Drives

ARKANSAS FALL FOLIAGE: 6 of the Best Scenic Fall Drives

Scenic Arkansas Fall Foliage - #DFRV

One of the most incredible ways to spend a weekend duringthe fall season in Arkansas is on the road. We all love to watch the fallfoliage change colors, and what better way is there to do it than hop in thecar, or on the motorcycle, and drive these routes. Here is a list of the six bestscenic drives that the state of Arkansas has to offer, in no particular order.

Highway 7 Byway

One of our favorite, and one of the closest, scenic drivesto the Little Rock area is the Highway 7 Byway that runs through almost theentire state. Along the Scenic 7 Byway, you will drive through the Ouachita andOzark National Forests, while driving past a variety of rivers and threedifferent lakes. There is nothing quite like fall on the Scenic 7 Byway.

Scenic Arkansas - #DFRV

Pig Trail Scenic Byway

The Pig Trail Scenic Byway is a 19-mile-long byway that endsin good ole’ Fayetteville itself. The trail features the beautiful OzarkMountains and a number of steep, curvy roads for a fun, captivating drivingexperience.

Crowley’s Ridge Parkway

Crowley’s Ridge Parkway, believe it or not, was actually thefirst National Scenic Byway in the state. It runs through the northeast cornerof the state, all the way down to West Helena and features some of the mosteye-catching fall foliage available in the country.

Boston Mountains Scenic Loop

This particular scenic loop runs from Alma to Fayettevilleand traverses through areas of the Ozark Mountains that are pretty undeveloped.The drive includes breathtaking views of fall-colored trees covering mountainpasses and canyons and along the way, you might just find yourself stopped atone of the many Ozark Mountain restaurants or shops. 

Scenic Arkansas Fall Foliage - #DFRV

Mount Magazine

The Mount Magazine Scenic Byway is one of the mostintimidating trips on the list, but also provides one of the most exhilaratingexperiences of the bunch. It takes you through the forests and on the slopes ofMount Magazine. In fact, you will find yourself at Arkansas’ highest point,which is 2,753 feet high. At the top of Mount Magazine sits Mount MagazineState Park, which has a lot to offer in and of itself.

Petit Jean Mountain

Petit Jean Mountain is a pretty incredible place in thefall, as it features over 20 miles of hiking trails. While this isn’tnecessarily all driving, we figured that it had to make the list. Make thedrive to Petit Jean and then experience some of the most exhilarating hikingtrails available in the state of Arkansas!

Arkansas has a lot to offer in the fall, and these scenicbyways and short road trips are just a few of the many beautiful sights thatare out there to see. Come see visit us at Denton Ferry RV Park & LuxuryCabin Rental and experience the fall foliage like never before!


Here are some more links to suggested fall foliage routesand trips in Arkansas:

Scenic Arkansas Fall Foliage - #DFRV

FallFoliage Road Trip – Arkansas

Top 8 Fall Color Road Trips in Arkansas

Fall Foliage Tours Arkansas

Best Places in Arkansas for Fall Colors

Road Less Traveled: Arkansas Fall Foliage Scenic Drives

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