We stayed here one night in a 40' 4-slide motorhome and would stay here again. We were in site #2. Not a long site so we had to unhook. Back-in site was not quite level. This is a city park that caters to people/families who like to fish on the weekends. Lots of open grassy space. Has a nice lake area. This is a pleasant place. We stayed on a week day, weekends are probably very busy. Good value for the price. Nice friendly camp host on site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older county park. Large paved sites with plenty of space between you and your neighbor. Nice concrete picnic tables on a gravel patio. Sites on the lake have only water and electric. All others are full hookups. Water pressure not very strong. Nice camp host and laid back attitude. Said she would be gone the afternoon we arrived, but to just pick a site and she would find us in the morning to settle up. Only 30 amp electric, and I think not always full 30 amps as we tripped the breakers several times in spite of being careful. Located on the inside loop of the oxbow lake and it takes 20-25 minutes to get into town for any services as you must drive around the lake. You MUST eat at Rhoda's in town. Looks scary from the outside, but the best road food we have ever had. Awesome fried chicken and catfish and homemade pies. We would not only return, but go out of our way to come here! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very spacious sites. Excellent lakeside locations. There are no sewer connections on the lakefront. 30 amp electrical service can be a problem in very hot weather. Reported problems with electrical service seem to have been repaired. There are a number of year-round residents here who actually build their own fishing and boat docks out into the lake. At $270/month, it makes for a very inexpensive "second home" for many Arkansans, We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very well maintained park on the banks of Lake Chicot. It is owned and operated by Chicot County and the staff is very friendly and helpful. A number of the sites have sewer connection, but the lakeside ones do not. There are some long-term residents since they do not have a limit on length of stay. The park is usually full in the springtime fishing season, but they do take reservations (only a week or so in advance). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A terrific park right on Lake Chicot with large level sites with fire rings, picnic tables, upright barbecues all situated on a large grassy area dotted with huge old pecan trees. Very quiet park. RV sites are widely separated so you're not right on top of anyone else. Has boat launch, pier, laundry and picnic pavilion. This park is undoubtedly packed in the summer, but in November we ad it nearly to ourselves. Camp hosts are wonderful thoughtful people, very helpful. For people over 55, prices are halved, so a full hookup lake front site is only $10.50; monthly rate for same site is $270. Propane truck happily makes deliveries, and charges very reasonable prices. All in all, a really terrific camping experience. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park with nice grass between sites which are generously spaced. Quite a mixture of sites. 26 have WE50S (1-26 somewhat close to the lake). 11 have WE50 (Woods Setting). 15 have WE30 (112-127 On a bluff over the lake and rather short). Remainder WE30 (Woods Setting). Bikes, boats, motors and kayaks available for rent. Nice pool facility was not open yet. Only downside noted is that some of the sites are not level which can be a problem for motorhomes. Reservations suggested if you want 50 amp and water view. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a clean, spacious park. We were one of only four RV's in the whole park and had a secluded lakefront site. The pool was closed during the week, but opened on the weekend. As has been noted, the fresh water hookup was on the opposite side of the site from the electric and sewer. Not a problem if you have a long hose. The biggest problem was the ants. We spotted them when we hooked up, so we spread powder around the wheels, but they still found a way in. A minor problem, though, considering the beautiful surroundings. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very spacious park with nice sized lots. The temperature was over 100 degrees, so we had the entire park to ourselves, except for the millions of ants that were inside and outside our motorhome. It was quite a big problem. The staff was very friendly, and the lake is beautiful. I'm sure in cooler weather, this park is very busy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Roads to the park are a bit bumpy, but certainly passable. Just be careful on the bridges. Our impression was not overly great. Cons: The fresh water connect was near the passenger door of the truck, not the water inlet of the camper. We had to load our fresh water holding tank to have running water. The bathrooms (albeit it was late Sunday afternoon and evening after a long day of recreation by others at the lake), were filled with insects. They had not been cleaned in at least 36 hours. Pool was closed due to electrical problems. All sites were level. The lake is truly beautiful. Staff was quite helpful and friendly upon arrival and departure. We would probably not camp here again and would opt for someplace else next time when in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This large, quiet and remote park is located on the nation’s largest oxbow, 8 miles northeast of the town of Lake Village. I was fortunate to visit the park early in the season and obtain a waterfront campsite without a reservation. During the peak season, I’d recommend reserving a site as the park seems to be very popular with fisherman. Cell service varies, depending on the time of day. Wi-Fi is currently available only at the office, but I was informed that efforts are underway to extend it through the campground areas. I highly recommend this campground for those wishing to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed 2 nights and enjoyed both. Lake sites are very scenic. Little store has ample supplies and gift shop. We ate at Rhoda's in town - believe me when I say it is a shack/dump, but if you're not scared to step through the front door, you will eat the best food (quirky.) Quite a bit out of the way, but much better than staying at an RV park. We have stayed here once before and would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Excellent park. As far as I could tell, only the lake front lots have sewer hookups. The pool area is fantastic with a zero entry shallow end with multiple water features for the kids. It also has a large covered patio area with loungers. The lakefront lots get morning sun and afternoon shade. Site 117 is good for satellite reception. Go into Lake Village and go to Rhodas hot tamales for a tamales and homemade pie. It's a dive but great food. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Last review well stated. We were in Area A, Site 21 with 50 amp, tent area with fire pit, patio with table, grill and lantern hook. The site is paved, long with separate car parking area, and level. Full hookups. The park is very nice and well kept. Lake is right here. We parked here in a motorhome. We would return even though it is more expensive than the County Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped off here while returning from a trip to AR. This is a very nice clean park that is on a lake, but out in the middle of nowhere. It is about 8 miles from the major Hwy going through town. The park is very quiet and sits right on the lake. The pool was decent and clean, although part of it was closed due to only having one life guard on duty. The scenery here is very nice. The paved sites are level and have a picnic table and fire ring. The full hook-up sites on the water are not as private as other sites. However, they are pretty well spaced. This park is in a pecan grove, so the sites are all exposed. On the way out of town, we passed by Pecan Grove RV Park. I was very glad that we opted to stay at Lake Chicot as Pecan Grove was right on a major road and did not look as quiet or secure. However, Pecan Grove is definitely closer to town. We would stay at Lake Chicot again if visiting the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park was very clean. Sites were paved, but narrow. Some of the pavement needed to be repaved. Trees were well trimmed. Personnel was friendly. Had boat launch and many sites overlooked lake. Playgrounds for kids. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Did not stay at this park, but drove by on the way to Lake Chicot State park. I called to get some details. 6 sites have 50 amp service. They were booked up as most sites are yearly rented. Some sites are available for weekend fishermen. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you are looking for the amenities and ambiance of a high end destination resort then you need to go somewhere and else pay three times as much. If you want a decent park for an overnight stay for a good price, then this is the place to stop. This park is literally across the highway from a very large and attractive lake, so for boaters or fisherman this could be paradise. Our spot was near the highway so we had a beautiful sunrise view. This came at the cost of having some highway noise, but we didn't lose any sleep. Easy access from either direction. Lots of huge shade trees. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our site was rutted and not level. The electrical box was rusty and went out at night. We had to run our own long extension cord to the empty site next door. They did not have anyone to help us. Will never stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Office personnel very nice. Park has many permanent campers, with their stuff all over their sites. Very close sites. Was crowded and very noisy when we camped there. Road noise is constant. First and last time here for us. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Check-in is easy: drive in, find a site, park and set up. Check in when the office is open. This is a very mature pecan orchard with large trees. Sites are grass and level. There is some road noise at night as the highway goes to the bridge over the Mississippi River to Greenville, MS but not bad. The electric is good and steady, the WiFi and cable worked well. The restrooms were a surprise--bright, tiled very clean and odor free, not what is expected from the "rustic" outside. Not a lot of activities in the area but is a good park for 1 or 2 nights. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground. Easy in and out. Next to Hwy 65. We used this for an overnight stay while traveling and was very convenient. Sites are mostly pull-through on grassy surface. No trouble leveling on dry ground and site long enough not have to unhook toad. Friendly staff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The RV park is easy to enter and exit, although 65 is a busy road. The office person was friendly but did not know which sites were 50 or 30 amps. They did not give us a map or assign a site to us. We were told to check the shape of the box. A little odd to us. It was adequate for a 1 night stay. We did not use the laundry or rest rooms. The cable worked well and had additional channels not on the list. We thought it was OK for overnight but be careful in bad weather as the trees need trimming. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was only used for a overnight stay. This is the only reason we would use it. It had only the basic needs we wanted which is full hookups while on a longer trip. It is an easy access off of US Hwy. 65. The roads are gravel and the pads are grass. i was concerned about the pads being hard enough after an overnight rain, but we were able to drive right out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Convenient one night stay with pull-through sites and utilities. Didn't use facilities. I would be leery of some sites during a storm as the pecan trees are old and the limbs heavy. You can see a couple that have broken recently. Easy in and out and we would stay here again but only as an overnight stop. People were friendly and could really make this a nice park. Many long term sites were apparent. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We ended up in this park as we were trying to avoid tornado warnings. Park is old, but well maintained. Everyone friendly, although many are permanent residents. We thought pecan tree shade would be an advantage; but during a thunderstorm, a branch fell on an RV. Okay for overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great owners. They make wonderful fresh products, be sure to buy some (and they let you taste first!) They are animal lovers and it shows. Campground is great for overnight or a few days and is situated underneath Pecan trees. We could pick as much pecans as we could find. Big pull through sites and everything worked well. Had good WiFi. We noticed no road noise. Sure we will be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It was easy to get in. We were 64 ft.long pulling a trailer. Grass was cut but a lot of old run down campers are left at the park. This park could be nice but needs a lot of TLC. It looks like they are doing some clean up across the highway at their dock area at the lake. That's a start, but be careful on the dock; many rotted boards. A good paint job on the buildings and it might look pretty good. OK for overnight. Lots of big pecan trees. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Convenient place if you are looking for quick overnight off very busy highway 65. Has WIFI, which was on again/off again, cable, 50 amp, good water pressure and sewer hookups. Long pull throughs making it easy in and out. The bad: Horribly busy highway 65 with all night truck traffic. Long gone pecan trees are mostly dead and offer very little shade, as it was 104 degrees the 2 days we were here. Dogs are allowed to run wild everywhere and no one picks up after the "doo-doos" which are everywhere. Bathrooms were absolutely filthy. Had not been cleaned in months, and had piles of dead bugs all over the sinks and trash everywhere in them. Laundry room also dirty, but cheap (2 washers and 2 dryers) at a buck a load. Park is across the busy highway from the lake, so no real "waterfront" here. Only grocery store in town is overpriced and really gross. Sites are weedy grass with some gravel, but full of ants and "doo doos". Our sewer hookup had no cover and was just an open pipe. Would never stay here again, but did check out Chicot State Park 8 miles down the road and was very impressed. Will go there next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We liked this place best in Alpine. It has a charming, old time feel with small but private and shaded, (guess by what: Pecan trees!) sites on the outskirts of town. Cute and friendly overall. Not as fancy or new as the Lost Alaskan, but that's sort of why we wanted to give it a try. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access at the entrance for our big rig. Roads are gravel, sites are dirt and grass. We need a pull-through site at least 70' long and they were able to accommodate us. In fact, the site was closer to 85'. Good 50 amp electric and adequate water pressure. We were able to connect our roof TV dish without any obstructions. Wi-Fi very weak, unable to maintain connection. 90+ temperature: very muggy and buggy. We never use on site laundry or bathrooms, so I cannot comment. Looks like there are a few permanent residents. Park is fine for an overnight, but definitely not a destination park. We would stay here again when passing through the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This camp ground needs much work and needs to be cleaned up. Restrooms and laundry was not cleaned the three days we were here and were filthy. The sites are level however weeds all around utility hookups. Would not stay here again unless could not go any farther and only for one night. Good Sam rating of this park way off. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Easy access for a big rig. Level site. Across from Lake Chicot. Large pecan trees, but not a problem at our site. Only complaint was that we asked for 50 amps, the plug was for 50 amp, but it was only wired for 120 volt and our front air conditioner, washer/dryer etc. had no power. It was extremely hot and uncomfortable in our 40' motor home. It is a nice park, but needs to have adequate electric for larger rigs. Price reflects our 10% Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is okay for a one or two night stay. We stayed two nights, one one the way out and one on the way back. Lots of skeeters. Lots of contruction in front of the park but that is just temporary. Owners are friendly and the park is clean. Sites for an evening only are near the entrance but still quiet. We'd stay again for a night only since it's convenient when we leave the state by the southeast. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a pretty basic park with minimally paved roads and level sites. There are quite a few trees to maneuver around but it was not that big of a deal. The Wi-Fi worked as long as you were near the owners house. It was a pleasant park and quiet. The only complaint I had with the park was that the owner allowed his three medium sized dogs to run loose and obviously no one was cleaning up after them. I did talk with the owner and they graciously kept their dogs inside for the rest of our overnight stay. We would stay there again if we are in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park was nasty! I got sick and I'm not sure if it was from the smell of the mold in the area or what! The owners are very strange. We stayed here as a group and they chased a few of our group members away. I will never come back to this mold infestation again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park’s property is on highway 65 and 82. The pull-through sites are more than adequate to accommodate a large rig with the only drawback in a few cases would be the pecan trees may hinder the position of an awning or slide. However, the majority of the sites will not cause a problem. The roads are gravel and the sites are dirt/grass with a picnic table at each site. The road noise may be a bother to some since the park fronts the highway. The staff is friendly and the park is clean. Nothing fancy here, just an easy access park and a nice place to stay while passing through. We would stay again. For a little entertainment, Harlow’s Resort and Casino in Greenville, MS is about a 15 minute drive from the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice stop for a night. It’s on Highway 65, so there is a lot of road noise, but we had no trouble ignoring it. The owners/managers are friendly, the sites are spacious and level, and the grounds are attractive with large trees and pretty flowers. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good overnight stop: if I were a fisherman, might even be a great campground. Located across the road from the Lake. Campground is laid out in a Pecan Grove, straight rows of Trees and straight rows of RV sites. Rather different. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped here overnight on our way to Huntsville for our daughters wedding. Most sites appear to be pull through and was laid out in a reasonable manner. Across the street from Lake Chicot with a wonderful view of the lake. Not much to do here but very nice just as a stop over or a weekend getaway. Has some long term tenants but was not a problem and they keep their sites in good order. Would stop here again if in the area. Price reflects Good Sam rate. Very peaceful here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice older campground in a grove of pecan trees. The office staff is very nice, and the area has things of interest: Lake Chicot, casino across river, and Lakeport Plantation. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Level gravel sites with 50 amp service and easy access sewer and water. Cable available for an additional $1.00. We stayed in site #19, which allowed for satellite TV usage. The buildings and picnic tables are in need of repair and maintenance. There are several driveways to route 65 and if you enter from one of these with a 40 footer it will be difficult to maneuver. The entrance is the southern most driveway. The sign to this entrance is on the opposite side of the road. If you have cat allergies, as I do, use caution since they have multiple cats in the office. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites were large enough to put up a screened-in room next to your motorhome/5th wheel. If you're smart, you'll have one. The gnats/bugs were awful! Couldn't sit on my chair outside until I had swept the dead gnats onto the ground. The pecan trees offered a good amount of shade, but the leaf clusters that dropped from the trees coated my awning and had to be washed and swept before putting away. Park had a rec room/group kitchen area, but looked like no one had been in there to clean in years. A good play ground for kids. Far too many dogs on the loose without leashes. One small child whose free running dog was barking at my dogs told me "he just doesn't get along well with other dogs." There was a large group there for Memorial Day and some have been going there for eight years. To be fair, one long-time visitor said that the gnats have never been this bad. Management was very friendly. Satellite TV reception was good, but had trouble getting a good satellite internet signal through the trees. Because of problems I have mentioned, we probably won't be going back there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good overnight park with large sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 3 / 10 ]
This has become a permanent resident type rv park since our last visit. Some rigs are very delapidated and strewn with junk. There are better parks in Alpine. The only redeeming quality was the exceptionally clean bathhouse We camped here in a camper.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Very nice little park, only reason for 7 and not higher was mud, but it had poured rain from huricane for days so what would you expect. Excellent fishing lake just across road, sites are not lake side, but only 50 yard walk. Launching ramp and fishing pier for use only by campers. I plan on taking boat and going back for longer stay. Large trees everywhere. We camped here in a Motorhome.