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Better vacations are in our nature!

RVC Outdoor Destinations is the leading provider of high-quality outdoor hospitality in the United States. Founded in 2006, Memphis, Tennessee-based RVC is actively redefining the camping experience with our original Outdoor Destination concept and upgraded RV Resort properties that offer travelers the benefit of camping on their own terms.

We are redefining the traditional camping experience and taking it to the next level. Our unique outdoor vacation concepts include upgraded facilities and hotel-like amenities set within gorgeous natural environments. Instead of the place to stay on the way to somewhere, we are the somewhere.

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Recognition

2015 – Good Sam Park – Top Rated

2015 – Trip Advisor: Certificate of Excellence Winner!

2015 – USA Today: Where’s the best Camping in Arkansas?

 
 

Property History

Catherine’s Landing

The first residents of the 400 acre property were local Quapaw Indian tribes.  The Natives discovered there was an abundance of fish and game and used this prime location on the water as a gathering place for centuries.

In 1911 a new era began.  Harris Humphreys’ began the first dairy farm in the area by delivering milk in a single horse-drawn carriage from his farm on Shady Grove road in Hot Springs, Arkansas.  The Humphreys’ Dairy Farm was a true success story of a family farming operation.  It started small with two cows and a small number of acres and as the farm and family grew, so did the importance of the dairy farm to Hot Springs and the surrounding towns.  Harris Humphreys’ and his family were not just the area’s dairy farm, they were a staple of the community.

Today, Humphreys’ Dairy farm has been respectfully developed into an RVC outdoor destination for travelers from all over the country.  Catherine’s Landing features one mile of waterfront that offers travelers a tranquil setting with modern amenities. The fishing is excellent and many deer can be seen grazing and playing in the historic pastures.

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Meet the Manager

Nancy Beck General Manager of Catherine’s Landing

A native of Kenosha, WI, Nancy Beck began her working career in the US Army where she spent 13 years principally as a Captain in the Finance Corps. It was in the Army where she developed her desire to travel living in Germany and 4 Eastern states. She returned to Wisconsin and spent 10 years as manager of operations for a retail garden center and next a commercial food equipment manufacturer. Her last position in manufacturing was a Manager in the service department for Provisur Technologies.

The love of working outside has always been a passion so as retirement started coming closer into view she started looking at the RVing world as a fulltime possibility. Nancy moved to St. Louis and managed a 9 hole golf course for a year while preparing to go full time rving. Her first position as a full time rver was Assistant General Manager of Raccoon Mountain Caverns & Campground in Chattanooga. Nancy enjoys hiking, biking, sitting outside and chatting with fellow rvers, and visiting nature preserves and historic sites.