This is a very nice clean park, although kind of off the beaten path. The cable is excellent and so is the Wi-Fi. We didn't use the showers, but we did check them out and they were nice and clean. Lady at desk was very friendly. All facilities were well maintained. There is a nice dog enclosure.(There are a lot of rules for dogs, and we observed the owner's dog breaking every one of them.) Each site has its own glass-topped table. This park is a keeper.
Our first impression was not very positive. The office looks like it's is ready to fall down, but we were too tired to look for another park. However, when we drove to our site, we were pleasantly surprised. We parked on our concrete site ($3 extra)which was located about 100 feet from the Mississippi River. We enjoyed watching tugboats pushing multiple barges down the river. There was no cable, but we received enough stations on our antenna to keep us happy. The Wi-Fi was weak during the day but was much better at night. The showers were nice and clean. Best of all, the laundry was free, a very nice gesture. One caveat: follow the park's road directions. We followed our GPS and had to drive through what appeared to be the worst part of West Memphis. The is one of the few parks I would return to without hesitation.
The large trees were nice, but the dirt sites and roads were awful when it rained hard while we were staying there overnight. There is obviously no drainage. Additionally, the sewer drain was cracked and the water faucet was in a shallow well in the ground full of spider webs. We never saw anyone who worked there. The office was closed and dark when we arrived at about 2:30 in the afternoon. I stuck $30 in cash in an envelope and dropped it in the slot as the sign said. My wife checked out the showers and said "We' ll shower in the RV." There apparently was Wi-Fi available but you had to call a phone number to get it. That seems to imply that Wi-Fi was NOT free (most RV parks offer free Wi-Fi). In a pinch this park would be OK, but I would not come back here unless there was no other alternative.
I was a little surprised that our paved site was a little low in front so I had to use my leveling blocks. The parks has a lot of trees for shade. The pool is very nice. The showers/bathroom were a bit dated but clean. The floor of the shower stall was very low in the middle making it hard to stand. The floor mats were also kind of rough on the feet. The cable TV was very snowy, so we disconnected the cable coax and just used the antenna on our RV, which was much better. The Wi-Fi was very steady and had good speed. There were Angus cattle grazing just over the fence on one side, making for a nice atmosphere. We had the $5.95 breakfast before leaving, something we probably wouldn't do the next time (or have the pancakes instead). The staff was friendly and helpful, so. all in all, it is a park we would stay in again.
If you want to be in touch with nature this is the place ! No phone service, no TV, no Internet. Staff is friendly,and the nearby cafe in the General Stores is a good place for breakfast.You must be VERY careful not to leave anything outside to attract bears (we had a big pile of grizzly scat right next to our RV). The gravel sites are pretty even so we needed no leveling. Security is good; the park is patrolled regularly.
The park is on the small side. Many sites are uneven gravel. Location is kind of out of the way, but but quiet since there were no TRAINS or TRUCKS to wake us up in the middle of the night. The lady at the desk was very friendly and sweet. They accept cash or check but no credit cards. She gave us a site on the grass which was actually level. The sewer was handy but kind of unsecured so flies gathered immediately as soon as I open the black water valve. There were quite a few permanent or semi-permanent residents, but everyone was friendly. No TV but a nice stay. Llama across the street!
The owner of this park is one of the nicest people I have ever met. The plug on our shore line failed (on a Saturday, of course). The owner of the park drove me IN HIS CAR about 15 miles to a store he thought might have a replacement plug...AND THEN HE INSTALLED THE PLUG FOR ME. I do not understand the negative comments on this park because it is clean, neat, and overall just plain pleasant. The sites are more than adequate in size (all pull-through as I remember). We will stay there again.
How can you not love a park that has mule deer passing through in the morning? The sites are a bit on the small side, but very adequate. The staff is very friendly and work hard to make your stay memorable. We had a whole bunch of people check in with their enormous pushers and toy haulers (and multiple toys). In spite of all that, the park was quiet and peaceful after 10 PM.
This park is a bit difficult to get into because it's located right in the middle of town. The spaces were recently resurfaced so we had to park on plywood. The staff was very friendly and helpful. All facilities were first rate.
Very few (small) trees, but a wonderful place to stay. Trams were always available to take you wherever you wanted. Staff was very friendly. Showers, bathroom, and laundry were all clean and large. The only knock I would have is on the cafe where the buffet food was excellent but the lines waiting to be served were quite disorganized. We boarded our little dog at the "pet resort" ($23) and he was treated wonderfully. I would gladly stay here again.
Kind of no frills, but for $17 + tax it was OK (Good Sam rate). Lots of permanent residents, but those I met were all older, friendly, and quiet at night. A nearby train woke us once during the night and there was some noise from nearby I-40, but all in all it was fine for an overnight stay.
We pulled in about 1:30 PM. The office was locked and no one was around. We tried to call but received some weird message about call couldn't be completed. We finally put our payment into an envelope and picked a site. Wi-Fi OK but slow. Cable very good.