Arrowhead Point Campground on Lake Greeson has 24 campsites available for first come, first serve camping. Site 24 is a full-hook up campsite with sewer, water, and electric. The other sites are all non-electric. Other amenities include a restroom with flush toilets, swim beach, and boat ramp.
Arrowhead Point Campground is available on a first-come, first-served basis only. Visitors are required to physically arrive at the campground to purchase and claim a site. Once on-site, payment for campsite(s) is done through scanning a QR code using the Recreation.gov mobile app.
Download the free Recreation.gov mobile on Android or iOS app prior to your arrival as some remote areas have limited or no cellular service.
Scan and Pay Instructions are located in the bulletin board located on the front of the restroom building.
Lake Greeson is recognized for its rich variety of game fish, including large mouth, small mouth, stripped, spotted, and white bass, as well as flathead and channel catfish, black and white crappie, walleye, and blue gill. The clear waters offer an excellent opportunity for many boating activities including water skiing, tubing, personal watercraft, or just cruising. Four marinas at the lake offer boaters' fuel, boat and other watercraft rentals, picnic and fishing supplies.
Lake Greeson is about 12 miles long with over 7,260 surface acres of water fed by the clear cool waters of the Little Missouri River. Loblolly pine, shortleaf pine, sweet gum and oak are the dominate tree species on upland areas of the lake, while bottomland hardwoods are common along rivers, creeks and streams that enter the lake. The public lands around Lake Greeson provide a variety of habitats for numerous species of wildlife, including white-tailed deer, wild turkey, geese, bald eagles, migratory waterfowl, and songbirds.
The Bear Creek Cycle Trail is a draw for off-road enthusiasts. Trail Access Points are located in nearby campground at Daisy State Park, Kirby Landing Campground, and Bear Creek Campground.
Crater of Diamonds State Park is within a 50-mile drive of the campground. It is the only diamond-producing site in the world open to the public.