Between Interstate 10 and railroad - would recommend earplugs if you are a light sleeper. Grave narrow sites but long enough to handle the biggest of rigs. Very friendly staff. Used it as an overnight stop and for that purpose it was fine. There are several other RV sites in the area that might be worth checking out.
Nice state park, family campground. Some sites are tight so not totally big rig friendly. Not all sites have the same utilities - some have only 30 amp., others no sewage, etc. Make sure you know what you're getting. Park hit hard by Hurricane Katrina and clean-up continues. Would go back as long as I get I site that has what I really want.
Have stayed here several times, the last one for seven months. Will return. Very friendly staff and a very clean campground. The only reason for not giving a perfect 10 is the road noise from the TWO Interstate highway bridges running down both sides of the campground.
If I were to design a perfect RV Park I would use Bluebonnet as a model. I found the staff extremely friendly and the park in perfect shape. If I were to select a "winter" site in north Texas, this would be it. Although 45 mins from downtown Dallas, it's still close enough to take in the many Big D sights.
A very nice and neat RV park. If you're looking for a pool, playground, etc. this is not the place. This is the perfect one night, two night or even longer if your looking for a nice, clean and inexpensive place to park. Level and Big Rig friendly sites. No traffic noise.
Camped here for the proximity to the Opry nearby. Also liked the fact that Camping World and a major RV outlet with repair shop was right next door! Checked out the other two neighboring parks and picked this one. Its not the best I've stayed in, however sure served it's purpose.
This is a big rig friendly campground. Every site is pull through. My total length (5th wheel, scooter trailer and tow unit) is 59' and I still had room to unhook and was still withing my space. All spaces are level, front to back and side to side. Although near interstate and major highway, traffic noise was not noticeable. Clean and neat. No full time campers. Trash pick-up everyday at your site. RxR at rear but it stops running during the night and there is extremely little noise when it does go through. Within 20 mins of Mammoth Cave and 35 mins of Bowling Green and tons of shopping nearby. Would definitely stay here again.
Campground office/store doesn't carry any information on things to do in the area - those places aren't part of the campground therefore they don't keep any information. RV storage area mixed in with campground, kind of hard to tell where one starts and the other ends. Families use this as a base for boating and fishing in near by lake, kids are left do drive around on ATVs on dusty roads. If you just had to have an overnight spot this probably wouldn't be too bad.
Basic facts don't tell the whole story. PULL THROUGH SITES AVAILABLE: YES. (If you have a car with tent in trunk or a small van. Everything else is back in.) 50 AMP SERVICE: YES. (If you are one of 4 seasonal, all other sites are 30.) SEWAGE HOOKUP: YES. (Again if you are one of the seasonals. Otherwise you have to use the dump station which is on a one lane road so if you stop to dump you completely block the road.) BIG RIG ACCESS: YES. (But only if you are really really good at backing.) I changed some of the "yes" answers to "no." Must be the owner filled out the last one. Would I return? Never. Would I recommend this site? Never.
The very best campground I have ever stayed in! A true resort. Clean, very well run, excellent staff. Everything was perfect. Would stay here all summer if possible. This is a MUST visit site if you're in the area.
Only stay a week, will be back for a longer visit. Friendly staff, beautiful campground. Nice small lake for swimming. No full timers but several seasonal long units - ALL are very neat and in a separate area. Owner on site.
One of the most unusual campgrounds I’ve ever stayed in. I was here for 14 days due to visit with son and family. The place is a large typical Pennsylvania operating farm – barn, cows, tractors, etc. Scattered around the farm is the campground, some here, some there, some way over there. Long terms in one area, weekenders in another, storage in another. A large portion of the sites are in a fairly flat open field but be careful – electric is strung from pole to pole and some wires are hanging low. Water pressure is very low and sometimes non-existent. 30 amp only, extra charge for AC and NO SEWAGE. The roads leading here from major roads are typical Pennsylvania county roads, NARROW, UP, DOWN, CURVE – NO straight sections. Be careful of overhanging branches and trees sitting right along the edge of road. It is quiet and dark enough at night to do a lot of star gazing. The owner(?) seems friendly enough but spends most of his time mowing and running the farm. NO store and not very much nearby. A creek runs through the grounds and some folks are fishing. This would be a great place for a family with a little camper who want to spend the weekend in the country with the kids. I will not be back.
Well kept campground, friendly staff, well stocked store, some big rig sites, shaded sites, this is the way KOAs use to look. Recommend this high to everyone - one night or one week or whatever length of time.
This is a "one of a kind" gem hidden in the woods. Some are here for a night, others for the whole summer and still others are permanent. I will definitely return and stay longer. Very friendly staff, beautiful facility, a little tight for big rigs but with care it can be handled. The ONLY drawback, I was parked near the activity center and there were tons on young people dancing and having a great time but the music was very loud and quiet time isn’t until 11:00 PM so don’t plan on going to bed early. If you are in the area this is a “must visit”.
If it's raining and you like mud, you're in luck. If it's hot and dry and you like dust, you're in luck. There are fairly long pull through sites, right off the interstate although very little noise. It works well as an overnight stop but I wouldn't stay here more than one night.
The only thing that kept me from giving it a rating of 10 was the lack of a good WiFi signal when I was in the very back row. I extended my stay from 7 nights to 11 and I had to move to another site right behind the office and the WiFi signal was almost off the chart! Friendly and knowledgeable staff. Beautiful grounds, great meals, - as the very first KOA it is the ideal showplace. If only every place lived up to this standard.
Nightly rate includes everything, even the "discount" for Good Sam. If you can find another place, stay there, it can't be any worse than Grand Teton RV. They say "big rig" friendly, only problem is they don't know what a big rig is. Narrow dirt roads, narrow & short spaces. No one I dealt with in the store/office seemed to be playing with a full deck. The bad part is that there aren't a lot of choses in that area but if I come back I'll never stay there again. Over $800 for 14 days in '36 fifth wheel.