On the beautiful Elk River in Noel, Missouri!
Go Beyond the Ordinary, Discover Yourself!
HIGHWAY 59 IS OPEN!
7/19/16: Great forecast this weekend and the river should be between 3 – 3.5 feet which is a nice relaxing float with no dragging.
Welcome to one of the nicest and friendliest campgrounds (see map) on the Elk River. We greet you with open oars the moment you walk through the door. Paddle on in and find out what true nature is all about. Let our experienced staff answer all your questions and get you started on your adventure today!
We are located just north of the Arkansas/Missouri border with natural beauty that offers a full eight miles of crystal clear, fast-moving water to float. The Elk River is surrounded by the lush greenery of the Ozark Mountains and nestled between breath taking scenery on both sides.
Two Sons Floats and Camping is located in the Northwest Arkansas and Southwest Missouri corridor. We offer: three seat plastic canoes with cup holders and dry storage, six and eight-man rafts, kayaks, and tubes. Our campground offers thirty acres of tent and RV camping on over a half mile of shaded riverfront land. We also offer one of the largest beaches on the river along with clean, modern shower and bathroom facilities.
Two Sons Floats & Camping provides:
- CANOES (plastic with three seats, cup holders and dry storage)
- RAFTS – (6 and 8 man. NO PETS OR FISHING GEAR)
- TUBES (4 mi. Only)
- Life jackets and paddles
- Large swimming beach
- Tent camping with sun and shade
- RV sites with electric and water
- Dump station
- Hot showers
- Clean restrooms
- Refreshments and snacks
- Camping and fishing gear
Let Two Sons Floats and Camping in Noel, Missouri, be your home away from home! We provide all the necessities to make your stay with us as pleasant as camping in your own backyard. From our campground, we have an on site security team, on site owners, and friendly and helpful staff. We’re here to make you feel welcome!! So paddle on in. Hang out with us and make Two Sons Floats and Camping your favorite place to canoe and camp.