Miners' Camping & Rock Shop

Address: 2235 Hwy 301 S, Murfreesboro, Arkansas, 71958, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 2235 Hwy 301 S, Murfreesboro, is near Arkansas Crater of Diamonds State Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Murfreesboro

      Drive, Drive, Drive, Drive

      A travel blog entry by cphenly on Dec 22, 2014

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      ... sale, and you can have it at the bargain price of $30 million. Count your pocket money and see if you can’t just swing it! Your chance for purchase or room reservations here!

      Later on, we passed the Corvette plant and museum in Bowling Green, another site we’ve visited in the past. I was a trouble-maker there, too: the guide proudly announced that 98% of all the parts were made in the US. So I ...

      Diamond Hunting

      A travel blog entry by josie.scott on Jun 06, 2014

      5 photos

      ... had to coax me every single school day to let my child walk into that environment. We owe them our thanks.

      We drove around town and we did find a great BBQ spot: The Whole Hog. Go ahead and go whole hog; it was good eats!

      We left the next day for Crater of Diamonds State Park, where you can dig your own diamonds and other gems, and keep them if you find them. This old volcanic plain contains the effluent of three volcanic cones, ...

      Crater of Diamonds State Park (written by Corey)

      A travel blog entry by clendenens on Mar 24, 2014

      6 photos

      ... zillions of years ago). We didn’t find any, just some cool rocks, but they average a couple of small diamonds per day found by park visitors. There was a nice trail to the Little Missouri River with an overlook where you could see a few teepees across the water. By far the best place we’ve stayed so far!

      I'd say this is what we were hoping for when we planned this trip, and it feels good.
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      Longest day ever (written by Corey)

      A travel blog entry by clendenens on Mar 23, 2014

      1 comment

      ... engine light came on early in the drive. Stayed on. Guess we’ll get that checked out.

    • Iris needed a break from the ride, and we saw a Camping World at the last minute. After some navigational issues, we got there and had a nice break. Tried to get fuel at the nearby Pilot station. Turns out my giant truck looks tiny surrounded by semis. Apparently Pilot doesn’t offer diesel at their regular pumps, so I tried to fill up ...

    • Day 1 - September 26, 2013 - PDX > LIT

      A travel blog entry by team2 on Sep 26, 2013

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      ... town, it was obvious the impact that the down turned economy had on this tourist destination, several run down & closed hotels. After a bit we settled in on getting lunch at the Brick House Grill. Shane and I both had their potato soap and salad. Service and food were both good. Nothing rave worthy but good enough. The sweet tea was yummy - which served as a subtle confirmation that we were indeed in the south. After lunch we decided to head ...

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