At the Fairfield Bay RV Campgrounds and Marina you can relax at at your campsite, enjoy a swim at our beach, launch your own boat to fish for record walleye, bass, hybrids, crappie, and catfish, water ski, scuba dive, jet ski, or enjoy a scenic dinner cruise around beautiful Sugarloaf Mountain. All types of pontoons, fishing boats, ski boas, tubes, etc. are available for rent from the marina. If water sports aren’t your cup of tea drive into town for Championship Golf at one of our two 18 hole Mountain Golf Courses (Indian Hills and Mountain Ranch), play miniature golf, enjoy an outdoor movie at the Bay View Club or the Lions Amphitheater, visit historic Indian Rock Cave and Museum, go bowling at Keglar Lanes, or enjoy shopping at the Village Mall. Some folks like to just do nothing and enjoy the natural beauty of the area.
Hungry, enjoy all you can eat pancake breakfasts with the Lions Club Tuesday and Saturday mornings at the Lions Den, visit one of our numerous restaurants, or shop at one of our grocery stores.
Our Campgrounds feature 33 sites with 30 and 50 amp service, water, a dump station, fire rings, free firewood, 70 foot long parking areas with picnic tables, a pavilion, and fantastic views of the lake. 16 additional sites with electricity only and limited primitive tent camping sites are available. A bath house is also available for campers.
Day use passes are $3.00 per car ( picnicking, swimming, fishing)
Day Boat Launch Pass $ 3.00/ Annual Pass $ 30.00
Camping $ 17.00 for water,electric, $15.00 for electric only, $12.00 primitive sites.
Pavilion rental 1/2 day $ 20.00 Full Day $40.00.
For reservations call 501-884-6604, or email email@example.com.
Hi, I’m Tommy Cauley, a master fishing guide for Greers Ferry Lake. If you are looking for great fishing excitement give me a call. I was born and raised in Bee Branch, AR, just a short drive from the lake. I’ve been a guide for hire since 1994 and have been fishing this lake since 1965. For 5 years I enjoyed fishing the Pro / Am circuits, such as “Mr. Bass of Arkansas” and the “Everstart” series. I am currently the President of the Greers Ferry Anglers II Bass club (Arkansas Bass Federation affiliation). For more
detailed information, check my resume page.
I’m serious about my fishing and enjoy spending the day with other people who “just like to fish”.
Whether you want a full day or a half-day to accommodate your schedule, just call or click here to check for available dates and times. Check the rates page for prices. Bring your tackle or use mine. I have high quality Abu Garcia equipment.
Leland Nixon’s Catch
Hey, if you have a son or daughter who hasn’t been fishing… bring them along. If they are beginners we’ll let them throw a line over the side or jig, and they will learn the joy of
fishing. It’s a great way to make wonderful memories with your kids.
› Largest bass caught to date……….9 ¾ lb.
› Largest Walleye caught to date ….10lb.
› Countless number of 6 lb. and above
› My specialty is Hybrid Striper, Largemouth, Smallmouth, Kentucky, and Walleye
› I also provide local guide service for fish, deer, turkey, and bear.
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- Energetic and Inspirational Leader
- Accomplished Motivational Speaker for Volunteer Services (15 yrs)
- Great interaction skills with all ages, Government Agencies, Environmental Groups, and Businesses (20 yrs)
- Fishing Guide and Teacher (over 12 years)
- Over 10 years of Tournament Fishing Experience-Four years as a professional Occupations:
1994 – Present
Owner of Fish Finder Service (fishing guide service: http://www.arfishfinder.net)
1996 – Present
Habitat Improvement Project (planting shoreline vegetation) Results in 2006
(Completely voluntary labor from local Fishing Clubs across the state)
2005 – 2 Date
Helped start the TBF of Arkansas
Conservation and Youth Director for TBF of Arkansas
1) including training new Youth Director
Acting Liaison between upset parents and Youth Directors around USA
Member of various Youth Director Committees
Conservation Director for TBF in Arkansas
2000 – 2 Date
Write fishing reports for Ark Game and Fish Comm., Kansas Angler (Jim Ziener),
North West Arkansas Tourism site & 724 Outdoors
1997 – 2007
Conduct seminars at Boats Shows, State Fairs, and various venues for: Mercury,
Minn Kota, Motor Guide, Pure Fishing, Ranger Boats, PJ Lures, Humming Bird,
Cordell, Chub Creek, Bomber, Excalibur, Tide Craft, Cocoons, Fig Rig, and
2000 – 2 Date
Addressed Conservation with Youth in Schools (fishing, careers, conservation in):
Fl, Louisiana, Ill, Georgia, Alabama, Ark, Missouri, Mass, Indiana, Ohio, N.
Carolina, New York, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Iowa, Michigan, Virginia
2003 – Present
President Greers Ferry Angler’s II
B.B.B.B.M / TBF Inc
1999 – 2005
Organized and directed various tournaments for:
Greers Ferry EMS, Police, Fire, and Arkansas Children’s Hospital
2000 – 2002
Past tournaments DirectorEnvironmental Study Committees:
Currently Working with: C.A.R.E (Citizens Against Resource Exploitation)
Earthworks (oil and Gas Accountability Project) Ark River Rights Committee
A.D.E.Q. (Ark Dept of Environmental Quality) Dept of Natural Resources,
Worked various projects with:
Game & Fish Commission Past Black Bass Biologist Chris Horton
Current Biologist Colton Dennis General Fisheries Biologist Carl Perrin,
Corp. of Engineers
Interim Study including 15 Endangered Species In Region (with Betty Pickett, representative congressional of the State of Arkansas Legislature),
US Fish & Wildlife: Joe Stairnchak – Pentagon and Lindsey Lewis – local
Have collaborated successfully with the following groups:
Ark Oil Gas Commission Ark Dept Health & Human Services
Ark Dept Emergency Management Ark Resources Commission
Ark Forestry Commission Ark Historic Preservation
Ark Natural Heritage Commission Ark Geological Commission
US Fish & Wildlife US Bureau of Land Management
US Forest Service Management US Army Corp of Engineers
Ark Commission of State Lands Local Governments
Ark Highway and Transportation Dept Sierra Club
Newton County Wildlife Association Fly Fishing Organization
Attorney General’s Office Governor Mike Beebe
Joined Interim Committee on Energy Trout Unlimited
Senator Mark Prior Senator Blanche Lincoln
Rep Eddie Hawkins Stream Team Activities:
Greers Ferry Chamber of Commerce.
Fairfield Bay Chamber of Commerce
Greers Ferry Bass Masters
Operation Bass – FLW
Central Pro-Am AssociationFishing Qualifications and Statistics:
Touring Pro on Central Pro-Am, EverStart, and Mr. Bass Pro-Am Tournament Trails
2004 – Present:
1st Place Winner AR Bass Federation (Greers Ferry Lake Devil’s Fork)
Numerous 1st to 5th place winnings with Bass Clubs (fished about 8 a year)
Placed 2nd in Greers Ferry Anglers Tournament-Lake Ouachita
Won Greers Ferry Benefit for EMS
Featured in ‘Fairfield Bay Newspaper’ – two separate editions.
Arkansas State Federation Qualifier
Greers Ferry Bass Masters Championship Qualifier
1st (1), 2nd (2), 3rd (2) and 5th (3) place winnings for Greers Ferry Anglers
Participated in all Central Division Everstart tournaments.
Featured in Winter Haven, FL Newspaper concerning Everstart Series Championship
Anglers Choice Championship Qualifier
Featured in ‘Arkansas Democrat-Gazette’ – four separate editions.
61st Place in Everstart Championship of Winter Haven Chain of Lakes
Listed in Tournament Results on arbass.com numerous times
Participated in eight Everstart tournaments.
Top 50 in all Mr. Bass Pro-Am Tournaments
Local Tournament Numerous 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Place Winner and Top 10 WinsEducation:
University of Central Arkansas –Conway, Arkansas (30 hours)
Bass Fishing University (two years)
Denny Brauer’s Bass Class (two years)
• Mercury Motors-Pro Team • Pradco-Guide Program Pro-Team
• Right Bite Baits-Pro Team • Fishing-Guide Program Pro-Team
• Hummingbird • TideCraft Team
• Blake’s Boat Repair-Pro Team • T.C.Quality Fresh Produce
• Cocoon’s Eyewear • Sugar Maple InnReferences:
Gary Jefferies, Right Bite Baits: 870-251-2194
Nixon’s Pro Guide Service: 409-625-3321
Stan, J’s Marine Supply: 501-825-6599 501-804-1473
Field Operations Johnson’s Outdoor: 507-345-0351 507-340-4029
Computer Medic 501-745-3487
*More references available upon request
If you have any questions about prices please call or email.
Address: 10714 Hwy 92 East Bee Branch AR 72013
|Our park is open to all – from yearly parking to seasonal vacations or weekend camping.
Specials – call for seasonal or holiday specials
|Occupied Rates||Unoccupied Rates|
|Daily drive-in||$ 30.00|
|Weekly||$ 125.00||Weekly||$ 75.00|
|Monthly||$ 325.00 / 30 amp
$350/00 /50 amp
|Monthly||$ 175.00 x $10 for each day stay|
|6 Month (5% discount)||$ 1,852.50 / 30 amp
$1,995.00 / 50 amp
|6 Month (5% discount)||$ 997.50 x $8 for each day stay|
|Yearly (5% discount)||$ 3,510.00 / 30 amp
$3,830.00 / 50 amp
|Yearly (10% discount)||$ 1890.00 x $ 7 for each day stay|
|Prices for 2 person occupation, $5 per person over 2|
|Tent Camper Rates|
|One Night||Two Night|
|With electric hookup||$ 20.00||$ 37.50|
|Without electric hookup||$18.00||$ 32.50|
|Boat Trailer storage||$ 25.00|
|CHECK-IN / CHECK-OUT TIMES*
CAMPSITES: Check-in between 2pm and 8pm; Check-out by 12pm.
(Early in / late out, $5.00 / hr. additional charge, if site is available.)
Late Fee of $5 per day will be added to rent payment
CAMPSITE RESERVATIONS (CONFIRMATION IS EMAILED UPON RECEIPT OF PAYMENT)
o A deposit of one day’s site fee is required to reserve a campsite.
o Bookings for 6 or more days require a 25% reservation deposit.
o Persons under 21 years of age must pay a (refundable) security deposit at check -in.
o Holiday Weekends: 3 day minimum & payment in full at the time of booking.
o One RV or tent permitted per campsite.
o Personal checks are not accepted for payment at check in.
After arrival and setup: Refunds for monthly payments are accrued at $15 a day due to State tax laws.
Before arrival and set up: Full refund minus a cancellation fee of $20/site with minimum notice.
Minimum notice for RV/Tent Sites: 14 DAYS PRIOR TO CHECK IN
ALL Holiday reservations are NON-REFUNDABLE.
SORRY, NO REFUNDS WITHOUT MINIMUM NOTICE AND NO
REFUNDS FOR EARLY CHECK-OUT OR INCLEMENT WEATHER.
(prices subject to change with out notice)
Welcome to the Ozark Mountains home to Golden Pond RV Park
We at Golden Pond RV Park Offer a Relaxed and Quite Atmosphere. We have 50 Full Service Hook Ups.
Pull Through Sites, Free Cable, and 50, 30, and 20 Amp Hook Ups. We have full shade spots over looking our Clear Pond with Boulder rock walls. We are a leash only Pet Friendly Campground. Golden Pond RV Park has Showers, Restrooms, Laundry, Activity and Rec Room, Outdoor Patio, Full Kitchen, Fishing Pond, Walking Trails, Propane Filling Station, and Free Boat storage for campers. We are Located Just Three Miles From Fairfield Bay Marina On Greers Ferry 44,000 Acre Lake.
Hunters are welcome here.
Women and Men Bathrooms and Showers
Women and Men Bathrooms and Showers
-Covered Patio with grill
-Ice($1.25 Per Bag)
-Propane Filling Station
-#1 Golf course in AR. Mountain Ranch Golf Resort. 4.6 Miles
-Indian Hills Country Club. 4.5 Miles
-Greers Ferry Lake and Marina. 3 Miles
-State Fishing Record for Walleye and Striped Bass.
-Deep Clear Water for boating and swimming.
-Sugar Loaf Mountain in Greers Ferry Lake. 3 miles to the Ferry.
-Take the Ferry or Rent a Boat and Hike Sugar Loaf.
-Little Red River. 1 Mile
-Excellent for Brown Trout fishing and canoeing and kayaking.
-Natural Bridge of Arkansas. 15 miles.
-Near by Shopping and Restaurants.
-Kayaking and Canoeing. (Pick Up at the Park)
-Little Red Restaurant
-Bogies Bar and Grill
-The Little Red Café
-Janssens Lake Front Restaurant
-Large Mouth Pizza
-Dock of the Bay
-Regular Price $24.00 Per Night
-Camp Club USA $12.00 Per Night (Monday-Thursday)
-Passport $12.00 Per Night (Monday-Thursday)
-Escapes $12.00 Per Night (Monday-Thursday)
-Enjoy America $12.00 Per Night (Monday-Thursday)
-Happy Camper $12.00 Per Night (Monday-Thursday)
-AOR $9.00 Per Night
-RPI $10.00 Per Night
-Good Sams $21.00 Per Night
-Weekly $140.00 Weekly
-Monthly $360.00 Monthly(Tax Included)
-Group Rates $16.00 Per Site Per Night
-Coast to Coast Points Based
-Tent Camping $12.00 Per Night
Rates Do Not Include 10.5% State Sales Tax.
Rec Room With Patio Rentals:
-With Patio and Grill $100.00. Half Day
-With Patio and Grill $150.00. All Day
-Rec Room Only $75.00. Half Day
-Rec Room Only $100.00. All Day
-20lbs Tank $18.00
-30lbs Tank $25.00
-40lbs Tank $33.00
-100lbs Tank $75.00
Golden Pond RV Park Membership:
-Regular Membership-$150.00 Per Year
-One Week Free Stay, Two Day Rec Room Free Rental, And Year Round Fishing Privileges.
Golden Pond RV Park Membership:
-Deluxe Coast to Coast Member Ship-$300.00 Per Year
-Coast to Coast Membership or RPI Membership. Two Weeks Free Stay, Two Full Day Rec Room Free Rental, And Year Round Fishing Privileges In Golden Pond RV Park.
You Can Reach Golden Pond RV Park At The Following:
Office Phone: (501) 723- 8212
Phillip’s Cell: (601) 572-1790
Courtney’s Cell: (601) 978-0685
Fax: (501) 723-8414