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05/2014
rating [ 2/10 ]
This is about as close to "trailer trash" as you are going to find. Don't waste your time or money. 30 amp sites are $35 and 50 amp sites are $45 and what you get is nothing! Half of this "park?" is mud. All grass with gravel road. Everything in here is old including the few full timers and their "rigs?".
05/2014
rating [ 10/10 ]
Great, relatively new (3 yrs) gravel sites and road. Near freeway but far enough away to avoid noise. Walmart very close. Easy in and out. Great owner. This is a gem...don't miss it if you are on I 40 East or West.
09/2009
rating [ 2/10 ]
This park is a mess. When we arrived there were cigarette butts all over the site plus trash. When I called to complain the front office sent two maintenance men to clean up the site. They admitted that this is a common complaint that the current management is doing nothing about. There is no on site W-IFI and they don't tell you up front. We had planned to stay with a group for two weeks but needed WI-FI for important business. We left the next day and headed to Hilton Head Outdoor Resorts...what a difference. Because the resort did not want to lose the groups business, we received a full refund. Wouldn't expect that if a solo traveler. This is the second and last year we will waste the fuel to get to this poor excuse for a resort
07/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
Do not reserve your site here through Outdoor Resorts web site. Contact the Home Owners Association: they rent property owner sites and are far more helpful. The confusion is that the developer of the resort and HOA both operate out of the same building. The developer is trying to rent and sell their remaining sites and the HOA is trying to rent and sell property owner sites. It is a beautiful park but Wi-Fi is not available on the developer's rental sites. You have to go to the Administration Building to get connected. They don't tell you this when you make reservations. If you rent from the HOA you have more options for renting upscale and improved sites. The HOA is very helpful and courteous. The developer could care less and their manager couldn't run a sand box correctly. Don't be fooled by the nightly rate, we were here for month and we happened to hit a good promotion. But we still could have rented from the HOA for less and had an upgraded site.
08/2009
rating [ 3/10 ]
This is what I call a broken down park. Sites are terribly small, limited parking, poor layout, very narrow roads and way over priced. They are relying solely on the "river" and that is very limited. Don't waste your money.
12/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a gem. It is south of Myrtle Beach but still close enough to get all your tourist stuff. Right across the street from Brook Green Gardens which was the purpose of our short trip from Outdoor Resorts in Hilton Head Island. Maybe 20 various rigs, clean, quiet and a short walk to a quiet, deserted beach, it was special. There is a wonderful bird sanctuary and the Huntington's Winter Castle to explore plus the spectacular Brook Green Gardens, a must see when in the area. The Christmas "Nights of 1000s Candles" was unbelievable.
10/2008
rating [ 3/10 ]
I think a Wal-Mark parking lot would be more peaceful. We stayed there for the first time with a motor home group. It was our first and last visit to Myrtle Beach area which both park and area reminded me of a 50's cheap carnival arcade. This is a very uncomfortable park with small sites, poor upkeep and noise. If you really want paradise, skip this and go 4 hours south to Hilton Head Island.
04/2008
rating [ 1/10 ]
This KOA site gives new meaning to KOA. Don't waste your time. Gravel roads and sites: leveled by Helen Keller. If you love rednecks, this is the place to stay. This place is garbage.
01/2008
rating [ 4/10 ]
This is basically a transient park. Gives motor homing a bad name. The only saving grace for this park is that it is close to Dallas but at least somewhat in the country. Expressway noise is a negative, no activities, it is really a place for transient workers to live, not on vacation or retired. From the look of many of the sites, trailer trash might be a better description. We met friends here for a three night stay and didn't hang around the park for most of our stay which helped. Don't waste your time or hard earned money as there must be something better. I just have no suggestions because am not a fan of Dallas.
02/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
We really enjoyed this our first casino RV Resort experience. Clean and all paved with good hook up. Close to both the casino and golf course with 24/7 shuttle and security. Friendly management that went the extra mile. Casino amenities are not available to guests but with a little "please may I" we got the use of an absolutely awesome fitness facility for our entire 3 week stay. Centrally located so many of Louisiana's best is with in easy driving distance. No congestion, quiet and little if any traffic. My wife had to make use of the local hospital for some minor skin surgery. It's a small but good facility that took care of her problem with a very pleasant surgeon that became our local tour expert as well. Shopping is close with a Wal-Mart a mile away. Great Cajun meat market across the street from the casino and a fabulous restaurant Red River Grill in town. Casino food was ok but they have three movie theaters running first run features, if you are over 55 admission is only $5.00 each with basically the entire theater to yourself.
02/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
We loved this place, close to a casino with good food and a great golf course. What else do you need food and golf? Amazing job recovering from Katrina, yes they still have work to be done but it doesn't deter from the visit. Good security and 24/7 shuttle to casino. Amenities at casino available for RV guests, pool was closed due to repairs and fitness room was under construction when we were there. Met a lot of great people and would definitely return, a good choice if in the Gulfport area.
02/2008
rating [ 4/10 ]
This is a worn out park recently purchased by Leisure Concepts Management who is attempting to turn it into a "condo" concept. They were attempting to sell sites but with little success and if you saw the park you would know why. There is a small lake in the older section of the park that is surrounded by sites, all gravel. The north end of the park is basically a field with utilities, poor landscaping with metal industrial/warehouse buildings. A new pool but really a kid size and that's about it for amenities. They did build a very nice sales office, I wonder why? The staff was great but obviously embarrassed about their product. Don't waste your time or hard earned money here. If going to the Gulf Shores area, attempt to get into the Gulf Shores State Park. We found it too late.
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