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Arkansas is known as the Land of Opportunity and the Natural State. Arkansas is the home of natural rives, mountains, hot springs and caves making it a local residents favorite pastime to explore with an RV. Bordering the Mississippi River and Ozark Mountains becoming a hotspot for RV owners. If you’re in the market for a New and Used RV, Lakeshore RV located in Muskegon, Michigan has the top RV brands at the lowest prices available. With over 500 RVs in stock, we are sure to have the perfect RV to meet your needs whether you’re looking for a fifth wheel, travel trailer or toy hauler. Bring your family to enjoy the shores of West Michigan and shop our inventory. We offer zero-down financing and can deliver right to your Arkansas home. Once you find the best RV for your adventures, you will need to register and insure it in Arkansas before you explore the scenic beauty your home state has to offer.


Registering your RV in Arkansas

All RVs and motorhomes must be registered in Arkansas. The process is the same as registering your car. You must go to any OMV office and submit your proof of ownership, copy of the lien agreement, complete the vehicle registration application and pay the registration fee. Find more about registering your RV in Arkansas here.


Insuring your RV in Arkansas

If your RV is non-motorized such as a fifth wheel, travel trailer or pop-up you do not need RV insurance in Arkansas. The vehicle towing the RV will cover the insurance. If your RV is self propelled like a motorhome or camper van, you will need to carry the minimum liability insurance required. Since RVs are heavier than most cars, damage caused in an accident is usually greater than the minimum liability coverage requirements, therefore, many RV owners choose to add additional coverage to protect their investment.


Using your RV in Arkansas

Arkansas has beautiful campgrounds, scenic RV parks and many attractions that encourage local residents to explore on the weekends.

Camping in Arkansas

The best campgrounds, RV parks and state parks to camp in Arkansas include:

  • Ozarks RV Resort on Table Rock Lake
  • Young’s Lakeshore RV Resort
  • Denton Ferry RV Park & Resort
  • Downtown Riverside RV Park
  • Dogwood Springs Campground Resort
  • Cloud Nine RV Park
  • Tom Sawyer’s RV Park
  • Treasure Isle RV Park
  • Devil’s Den State Park
  • Village Creek State Park
  • Pinnacle Mountain State Park
  • Crater of Diamonds State Park
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    Attractions in Arkansas

    When traveling in your home state of Arkansas, there are many attractions to explore. Some of the best stops include Hot Springs National Park, Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site, Mount Magazine State Park, Buffalo National River, Blanchard Springs Caverns, Arkansas Air Museum, Mammoth Spring State Park, Crater of Diamonds State Park and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.


    Residents from Little Rock, Hot Springs or Bentonville, Lakeshore RV can help you find your dream RV. We carry the top brands at the lowest prices. We deliver right to your door and offer zero-down financing options. With over 500 RVs in stock with models from Forest River, Heartland and Keystone, we’re sure to have an RV that is perfect for your family. With the best pricing in the nation, you’re guaranteed to find an RV within your budget. Ask about special discounts for Arkansas residents and call us today! 231-700-2040


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