The yearly assessment of $775 is due on February 1st of every year. If you wish to pay in two (2) installments, a $25.00 processing fee will be added. The first half of the assessment is due February 1st of every year; the second half of the assessment is due May 1st of every year.
How can I pay my yearly assessment?
The yearly assessment can be paid by cash, check or through QuickBooks payment which will debit your checking account or QuickBooks online credit card. Please send an email with your lot and block number to firstname.lastname@example.org or to email@example.com to receive the link for the QuickBooks payment including which option you wish to pay by. There is a 3% processing fee and a $0.25 flat fee that will be added to each invoice you wish to pay by online credit card.
Can I pay my yearly assessment by credit card?
The yearly assessment can be paid by online credit card through QuickBooks ONLY. No credit card payments will be accepted in the office. There is a 3% processing fee and a $0.25 flat fee that will be added to each invoice you wish to pay by credit card.
What are Quiet Time hours?
The Quiet Time hours are from 11:00pm to 8:00am every day.
Who do I call for loud music or unruly people during quiet time hours?
Please contact Sharp County Sheriff’s Office. For non-emergency calls, dial (870) 994-2211. For emergency calls, dial 911.
Does the park provide internet service?
No, the park does not provide internet service. CenturyLink (877-862-9343) is an ISP that provides service in the park. The website is: https://www.centurylink.com/home/.
What is the pumping policy?
Yearly assessments cover pumping RV holding tanks one time per week (Monday through Friday). The day of the week may vary depending on the number of tanks and locations to be pumped for efficient pumping.
Lot # and Block # must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 9:00 pm on Sunday for the following weeks pumping. You need to send your lot-block in ###-## format. Lot needs to be first in a 3 digit format and block in a 2 digit format with a dash in the middle, not a space. No other wording should be included. DO NOT forward old texts or emails. Examples: 029-10, 005-07, 195-09. Or you can put your Lot # and Block # on the board at the office by 9:00 pm on Sunday.
In order to cater to extended stays of property owners, three (3) additional Friday pumps per year will be available at no additional cost for property owners that request this service. Property owners must register with the office no later than Monday of the week on the Friday they want pumped. You can do this by email at email@example.com or by calling (870) 819-7757.
Any off-schedule pumping will be charged a $25 pumping fee. This includes, but not limited to, emergency pumps, other additional pumps (after the three listed above) or special request for pumps on tanks that prove to be empty.
All pumping will be contingent on park employees having clear access to RV holding tanks including unlocked access doors and clear paths from the road to the RV holding tank valves.
Does the park supply electricity to individual lots?
The park will stop supplying electricity to individual lots beginning with the 2022 season.
If your lot has a working park meter, you can have park power turned on and pay for the electric usage until the 2022 season.
The park can only handle 30amp campers.
If your lot causes a system failure for the grid you are on, you will be responsible for any repair costs.
2021 new lot owners have to put in their power pole when they buy in, they will not be able to use park power.
What do I need to know about putting in my own electric meter and pole?
You will need to contact Entergy (1-800-ENTERGY) and let them know you want to install your own electric meter and pole. They will come out and let you know where to install the pole. The next step is getting an electrician to install the electric meter box onto the pole. After that, Entergy will need to know it is available for them to come out and hook up the electricity. This website explains the process: https://www.entergy-arkansas.com/your_home/new/.
Can I use a blue boy?
No, you cannot use a blue boy in River Bend Park according to the ADEQ permit. If you are caught using a blue boy, ADEQ can fine you starting at $15,000.
Can I dump my compost toilet material into the dump station?
No, you cannot dump any compost toilet material into the dump station. This will clog the pipes and cause the system to fail, then ADEQ will close the park until it is fixed.
Can I dump my gray water and/or black water straight on the ground?
No, you cannot dump either gray water or black water tanks straight on the ground. If you are caught dumping either gray or black water on the ground, ADEQ can fine you starting at $15,000 .