Two Rivers campground is located at the confluence of the Current & Jacks Fork rivers, mile-marker 52.5. It is open year round and operated by the NPS. Two Rivers is the smallest developed campground on the Ozark National Scenic Riverways.
With its 19 individual sites and 2 group camps scattered among the trees, its atmosphere is comfortably intimate. Everything you need for a campout: water, restrooms, showers, river access, even a small store that is within a few feet of your campsite. The store, which is open 7 days per week during the operating season and operated by Two Rivers Canoe Rental, has a veranda overlooking the junction of the Jacks Fork and Current rivers, where you can spot fish lolling in a deep hole at the confluence. This is the last general store along the Current River for about 30 miles. While Two Rivers is a compact little place, it doesn't feel crowded even when the camp is full. Mature trees shade the campground, with plenty of open area that gives the place a spacious feel. Water systems turned off October 30 - April 15. As previously stated, Two Rivers has 19 family sites that can accomodate a maximum of six persons and two tents each. These are on a first come, first served basis. Family sites are $14.00 per night. There are no electric hook-ups at this campground. Group sites at Two Rivers may be reserved online here or by calling 1-877-444-6777. There is an additional fee for this service. For a complete list of all lower Current River & Jacks Fork canoe rental outfitters, see the below link.
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CAMPING IS FREE from October 15 - April 15. Water and Electric Service are turned off. Only one restroom open during the colder months. Enjoy!