by Hilarey Wojtowicz
The Three Oaks Resort on Lake Norfolk features 12 cabins for small, large and multigenerational families in Gamaliel, Arkansas. Each cottage comes with kitchenettes with all the essentials, free Wi-Fi and satellite TV. The largest can sleep up to eight people.
Onsite activities include a pool (open seasonally), mini-golf, playground, beach area, water sports and a horseshoe pit. There are not many local attractions near the resort, though families will spend the majority of their time at Norfolk Lake anyway.
There is no onsite restaurant and families are encouraged to bring their own groceries for in-cabin meals. The closest store is just 1 mile from the resort and families can pick up all the essentials there.
Other amenities at the resort include coin-laundry facilities for guests and free parking.
Our Editor Loves
- Onsite mini-golf and more
- Spacious cabins
- Kitchenettes with essentials
- Water Sports
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
by Shawna W
We stayed in a 2br cabin and the view was wonderful. The fishing was great - no boat needed, we just fished right off the dock. Fish galore first thing in the mornings! The cabin was stocked with everything you might need and the air conditioners were even able to keep up with the high heat index. Deer came to see us in the evenings and also in the mornings. Nearby Mountain Home provided plenty of antique/junkn stores to explore during the days as well! Thanks for a great time!
by Michael N
We stayed in the bunkhouse 2 nights which were awesome, peaceful, and very enjoyable. It had all the amenities of home(shower no bathtub) Every morning we got up, it was nice to walk out on the deck and see the deer walking around. We really enjoyed the trolley that took us down to the dock so that we could fish. there was also a path that you could take down to the dock, and another path for hiking that had a turn around point to walk a mile or you could take the path all the way to the bridge. the property sits on high ground overlooking the lake so In the evening time we witnessed a beautiful sunset right across the lake.