Property ID: 0071
Address: 110 Village Lane Fairfield Bay AR 72088 USA
An outdoor oriented resort dominated by the beauty of the Ozarks, golf, lake activity, and relaxation. The 40,000-acre Greers Ferry Lake, the resorts dramatic centerpiece, is renowned for great fishing, boating and water-skiing. Both golf courses are among the best in the state. Or you can enjoy other activities like tennis, shuffleboard and horseshoes. Our recreation department keeps little ones entertained with a wide choice of classes and activities such as bridge, family crafts, makeovers, oil painting and even square dancing.
Indoor swimming pool (Onsite)
Jacuzzi/Hot tub (Onsite)
Laundry facilities (Onsite)
Medical facility (Onsite)
Onsite - Swimming pool - children's (Yes)
Swimming pool (Onsite)
Boating (5 Miles)
Fishing (5 Miles)
Lake (5 Miles)
Water Skiing (5 Miles)
Little Rock, AR - LIT (85 Miles)
Check In: 16:00
Check Out: 10:00
Weeks Check In Days: Saturday, Friday, Sunday
Points Check In Days: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Monday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday
Fee for all units (per stay): Housekeeping fee for all RCI points reservations: There may be a fee of 95.00 U.S. dollars for all units, per stay. Cash or Credit is accepted. Fee is for less than than 7 nights.
Minimum age check-in is 21.
No Pets. Please contact the resort directly regarding its ADA/general service animal policy.
No smoking in units: could result in forfeiture of the unit and/or other penalties.
Credit card imprint required upon check-in at the resort.
This resort pledges to comply with ‘Timeshare Safe Welcome’, ARDA’s recommended Industry Guidance to promote health and safety in the Timeshare Industry. Visit www.ARDA.org for complete details.
In preparation for your upcoming vacation please check for any testing requirements, travel restrictions, or local mandates related to Covid-19 to and from your confirmed destination. Resources available online include, but are not limited to, government, airline, and your host resort’s website.
Prior to travel, RCI recommends contacting your host resort as well as local, state and federal websites for advisories that may impact your travel or vacation experience.
The resort is in a dry county, however guests can enjoy a cold beverage at several of the local restaurants.