Potential Members

Want To Become A Roadhog?

We’re excited to hear from you! Here are some helpful resources:

Welcome Brochure

This brochure walks you through the process of becoming a Roadhog as well as information about the park.

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Membership Application

When you’re ready to join our ranks, download, fill out, and submit this application.

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Rules and Regulations

Get informed about the Arkansas Roadhog Park rules so you can visit, cheer on the hogs and enjoy your time with us!

Park Map

Learn the layout of our park by taking a look at the entire property of the Arkansas Roadhogs and each RV Lot.

Razorback Foundation

Use this link to support the Razorback Foundation. Not only does this help the Arkansas Razorbacks, but it is an essential part of becoming a Roadhog.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How can I join the Roadhogs?

A: To join the Roadhogs, one must own a self-contained RV, have a Razorback Foundation account in his/her name in which a minimum of $750.00 is donated each year, and pay an annual $100 Roadhog membership fee. Memberships are approved in by the Roadhog Secretary once all requirements are met.


Q: Once I become a member, can I park on a electrical site?

A: New members are placed on the “waiting list”, and if a site holder is not coming for a game, waiting list members are then placed on electrical sites as they become available for game weeks. Waiting list members pay $12 per night when on an electrical site, and may use the park anytime during the year, except for Bikes, Blues, and Barbeque week or any other scheduled special event. When a waiting list member must stay on the dry- camping lot during football weeks, he/she pays $26 per week. Outside of football season, there are always plenty of electrical sites for waiting list members and non-members.

 

Q: Once one is on the waiting list, how long does it take before he/she is assigned an electrical site?

A: It depends upon how many electrical site holders drop out, but traditionally, it takes four to six years to move up to an electrical site. The one-time site fee is currently nonrefundable $2,000.

If you have other questions that are not covered in this section, please call the Roadhog Park Superintendent at 479-409-8178 or send email to roadhogpark@gmail.com

 

Q: Can I leave my RV at Roadhog Park between games?

A: Yes. Members may leave their RV on gravel lot between  games.  $22 per week

We look forward to seeing you!