I went to this place with a couple of friends just when the weather had started to cool off some. It had rustic cabins (had a microwave, coffeepot, heat/air, fridge, and shower). Stalls and picket lines (clean your own stalls). It had a restuarant (better than cooking but not the greatest), bath house, and washer and dryer. It also had a store with some gift/souvenir stuff, but also tack and horse stuff. The trails we intitially went on were marked but not well, it was confusing when trails crossed each other. The trails ranged to from easy breezy to OMG I'm gonna die today. One trail we went on had a section that was very steep, downhill, and was in a trench about 12-15" deep and only about 18" wide (from years of horses, I guess). It was also very rocky, with big loose, flat rocks (very wobbly and slippery), some imbedded in the ground and sticking straight up (the better to trip you!) and I was worried that if a horse tripped, he wouldn't be able to recover himself due to the narrow trench. That part was not a fun ride for me. Got through it with no drama and the rest of the trip was great. I am much more comfortable going UP a real steep hill than going down. Little Rock doesn't seem to care either way. There were places to picket your horses at various spots for pictures and sight seeing, but due to the lack of water in the creeks (drought conditions there too) it could have been a lot prettier. Yellowjackets were bad in some spots (one section of trail was even taped off around a ground wasp nest) but we had no trouble with them. Next spring would be a good time to go if they get enough rain to fill the creeks and rivers in the area. There are other camps around in the same area, too. It is only about 3.5 hours from the Franklin area, depending on how fast you drive.