We stayed three nights. It's a newer park, with a goal of selling sites. Sites are spacious and landscaped. Concrete pads are in excellent shape and easy to back into. As foliage matures it should be quite nice. Some owners have added amenities to their sites such as screen gazebos and outdoor kitchens that make them attractive. We had no pet with us but we were given a site right next to the dog run. If the park had been full and there were a lot of dogs I think it may have been noisy being so close. It's the only park we've stayed at this past year that did not provide some kind of picnic table at the sites. Staff was very friendly. They were quite helpful in accommodating us when we had to delay our arrival by a week. It is isolated, but all you have to do is drive a couple of miles to find an abundance of shopping and restaurants of all types. If you want proximity to the gulf coast, this facility is well located. They are beginning work on the second phase and that may result in dust during the earth-moving activities.
The last review summarized it pretty clearly. There are plenty of add-on costs depending upon what you want to pay for. On a Sunday while we were here, several (small motorcycles) were being noisily ridden through the campground for over an hour. Looked like they were friends of management as they were giving rides to a number of young people. We had a lot of rain while we were here but our site and the adjoining ones all drained well.
Our first visit to a Texas State Park facility. They are installing new washroom and bath facilities in each camping area. Every site has a concrete shelter with table. For a $5.00 fee you can upgrade to a waterfront site located adjacent to the dunes - excellent view of the beach and gulf. We were pleasantly surprised when after 24 hours of rain our site was drained and the surrounding grass was only damp.
The earlier reviews are accurate. We stayed on a pull-thru site. They are very narrow and water, sewer and electric for the adjoining site are very close outside your door. I would recommend the back-in sites if you want some elbow room. Excellent views.
One of the better KOA's. Spacious sites. Nothing fancy, but clean and orderly. Nice bonus is their restaurant open for supper and breakfast. Excellent home cooking at a reasonable price and you get to interact with fellow campers.
Good facility, well maintained. Away from the crunch of tourists in Branson but convenient to mojor roads. We camped here for 5 nights. Staff was helpful in arranging tickets for several events in Branson. Mature trees, well maintained roads. Our satellite receiver worked well. We plan to return in 2007.
Conveniently located just across the river from Memphis. We wanted a location that we could easily drive to area attractions and this fit the bill nicely. Free WiFi worked well and was simple to access. It is not as elaborate a facility as their location in Branson. We camped here for two nights. We would stop here again.
This campground was convenient for us on our way through Texas. Quite a few potholes in the roadways. That may be just because of the winter season. After you go past the office the road runs over a dirt dam. It's narrow, but level. It's 2 miles off of the interstate and is quite. Reception staff was friendly and offered options for dining out that were right on. Adequate space at each site.