The internal roads are very good. No pot holes. Ample room to access the sites. We had a pull through which was level. The water pressure was excellent. Internet signal was strong and the access was fast. The owner was friendly and showed us the site before we even paid. The location is very convenient to the downtown area (can walk to it) and the Fort Louisbourg is very close. We would stay there again.
We camped in this park for three nights. This park like most of the campgrounds in the area has many pot holes in the park. We had a pull through site which was a level crushed rock site. The water pressure and power appeared to be okay. There appears to be many permanent residents. The campground is a little difficult to find so if going there be sure to look for the very little blue camper signs on roadside posts. The Internet was pretty fast but a weak signal, and the connect was dropped many times. The person at the motel desk, where one checks in was friendly. The sites are very close together but acceptable for a limited stay. I would stay there again when in the area.
This is a large campground, but only a few of the sites have sewer hookups. The wide and long crushed rock sites were level. The water pressure and electric power was good. You do have to share the water connection with the site next to you. This is a cash only campground. The Internet available up by the office was pretty fast, but they charge for that as they did for showers. The laundry facilities were limited with only two washing machines and two dryers. There were another set of two but they were behind the office and their availability coincided with the office hours. Most, but not all, of the sites are wooded. Matter of fact because of the constant strong winds a pine tree blew over onto the RV next to us causing some damage to the unit. The internal roads have many pot holes filled with water from rain. While we were there two different caravan groups arrived taking over the park. However, I would stay there again when in the area because of the very limited number of campgrounds in the area.
This park is about 10 miles from St. Anthony. We camped there five nights and it was okay. The Internet was only available at the office and it was painfully slow. The interior roads were full of pot holes filled with water from the rain. The sites were not level. There are many, many permanent residents resulting in about 12 sites really being available for camping. There is a large camping area for caravans and those sites are held for them. While we were there a large bull moose wondered into the camp one evening. If I was in the area again, I would stay there only because it really is the only campground in the area.
A really nice park with wide back in sites that are level. We stayed there a week and would return when in the area. The theaters are within walking distance which is really convenient. The campground is fairly easy to fine. One draw back is they don't have laundry facilities, but there are some in the town. The Internet access is on the very weak side unless one goes up by the office. Again, we really like this campground.
The manager was quick to get us registered, then he took us to our pull through site. He was friendly and he talked about fishing the lake as well as the Sherbrooke Village. The camp site was pretty level and the water connection was good. We did have an on going power problem with the post circuit breaker continuing to trip. I talked to the manager and he checked it over, then offered us a different power post for our connection. However I didn't have a power cord long enough and I didn't want to move our rig, so we just stayed in our original site. I had to reset the tripped breaker several times, the last time was about 10:30 after we had gone to bed. I am convinced there was a faulty circuit breaker that needed to be replaced. The internal roads were good and wide except the entrance to the park. That road was narrow and one would have to backup if one met another vehicle on that strip of the road. We camped here one night and would have to give a lot of consideration to staying again should we be in the area, because of the power problem.
The staff is friendly and were quick to get us registered. The site we had was a pull through and it was nice but it hadn't been cleaned or checked from the previous camper. There were cans and other debris on the camp side. The power and water connections were good. The site was shaded and felt private even though there were many campers around. The internal roads were good and easy to maneuver. The laundry facilities were sub standard. The swimming pool was very nice even though we didn't use it. The campground is a good location for visiting Halifax. We camp here three nights. If in the area in the future, we would probably stay here again.
The location is excellent. We were able to walk down town from the campground and visit all the attractions. The staff was friendly and eager to provide assistance on attractions in the area. We attended the Thursday Farmers Market which we thoroughly enjoyed. The RV sites were a little short but worked okay. The sewer connection was difficult because the connection was below ground level in a pipe. It had rained and the sites were muddy and with ruts. They definitely need to apply some crush rock to the RV sites. Internet service was very good and fast. There are no laundry facilities and no shade trees. It was a quiet campground except for the fog horn one night. We camped there 3 nights, and we would probably stay there again if we were in the area.
Easy campground to find and fast check in to the park. The person was friendly. The internal roads needed attention in the worst way because they had large pot holes. The first site we had wasn't level and also very difficult to access. I asked for a different pull through site and was given one. It was much better however the access was still somewhat difficult. There is a nice restaurant located next to the office. The water pressure was low at times. Many sites are grass and it had rained so it was a little muddy for some of the campers when they were ready to leave. Limited TV reception; only one station. We camped here in a 5th wheel. They had a swimming pool and laundry facilities but we didn't use them.
This is a nice park. The internal roads are in good condition and they are wide enough to make easy turns. The sites are level, wide and long. The laundry facilities were clean and reasonable. The staff were friendly and helpful when requesting local information. The water pressure and power good. I would certainly stay here again. We camped here five nights. I do wish it had WI-FI.
Another really nice Provincial park with full services. Our campsite was a pull though with good 50 amp power, water pressure was a little high and sewer connections were good. The sites were level and long without any overhanging tree limbs. The free Internet connection was weak but usable. Sometime we would drive up by the check-in building for a better Internet connection. The internal wide roads were great--asphalt. The cost was low but one has to pay a Provincial park fee for each day one is in the park. There were some nice hiking trails. The town of Alma was close by and we could watch the lobster boats come in around mid morning and buy lobsters in local fish houses. We would certainly stay in this park again when we are in the area.
This is really a nice campground. It is close to the downtown area making it a short walk from our campsite. The sites are level and wide. The water pressure was good as well as the electrical power. The Internet access was very good and always available. I was able to access the satellites for Dish Network TV, which was great. I certainly would stay at this campground again.
Most of the campground staff were friendly and helpful. The Internet access was very unpredictable and only available up by the office. There were times the office was closed, frequently in the mornings till noon, so Internet access was limited. The internal roads were pretty good but very narrow. Only wide enough for one way traffic even though it was two way traffic. The campsites were uneven on the side of a hill, so it took a lot leveling to setup. The camp sites were very tight and unmarked so people park where they want making it very difficult to get your rig out when it was time to leave. The laundry facilities were in need of repair, so we took our laundry to another place. I feel the campground is way over rated for its amenities because of the quality of the facilities. It was supposed to have a heated pool, but it wasn't open. The rate was very high even though we had a Good Sam discount. The location is excellent if going to the beach or Anne of Green Gables. However there many other campgrounds around. I won't stay at this campground in the future.
This is an older park as previous reviews have indicated. The internal roads are very narrow and the sites are all basically pull through, but because the roads are narrow it is difficult to maneuver into the site. The pull through sites are short and many of the RVs were right at the end of their site making it difficult to pull off the narrow road into and out of the sites. Matter of fact, to get out of the pull through site, we had to back up into the vacant site behinds us and pull forward to get onto the narrow road. The trees 3 to 4 inch limbs need to be trimmed because one can see where they have been hit by RVs. We stayed here one night with a 32 foot fifth wheel. I wouldn't stay here again. The water pressure was good, as the the power. The manager was very nice and took us to our site.
This was a basic campground with no frills. We had a long pull through site which was level, one could use either 30 or 50 amp service and the water pressure was good. Verizon cell service was good. It is an older campground but pretty well maintained. The manager was friendly and the park was quiet. It had easy access and egress. We stayed here one night and I would stay here again if in the area. There should be more campgrounds like this one.
Nice campground with good interior roads. Easy to maneuver around the park. Laundry facilities were good and clean. The cable TV was somewhat lacking as far as stations, so we used our satellite system. The road to the park is under construction which make it interesting getting to the campground. Verizon cell service was marginal in the campground area. Very nice swimming pool. Friendly staff. We were here two weeks. Would stay here again when in the area. Would have given it a higher rating but for the cost is kind of pricey.
There are many seasonal RVs, that appear to be in their campsite year around. The interior roads are basically dirt with a little gravel. They are very rough (ruts) in many areas. Roads are narrow and make it difficult driving to your site. The camp sites are dirt with a very little grass, the area has many trees. The water pressure is on the low side while the electrical power is good. Verizon cell service is low in the area and conversations break up. The Internet service is okay but available just near the office. There is a new heated swimming pool and it is very nice. We camped here three nights. It appears to be over priced for the quality of the campground. The staff was very friendly.
This is a city owned campground on a small lake. The internal roads are gravel and in good condition. Most of the sites are occupied by summer local residences. The staff were friendly and helpful showing me to my site. There is a swimming beach with lifeguards. The grass sites are basically level and the water pressure is good as is the power voltage. I followed the GPS to the park but there are also campground road signage directing one to the part. The sites have some trees but there's ample room to maneuver around them. There are NO laundry facilitates on the campground. I would camp there again when in the area.
It is a nice park with asphalt internal roads. The campsite are large and basically level. The utilities are pretty good but we did need 50 foot of hose for the water connection. There are limited shower facilities. The rest rooms are clean and have hot water and soap. The down side is the internet Wi-Fi. You have to go to the office set outside to use it and the signal is weak even close to the building. There is only one dump stations which is busy at times. But the campsite sites are nice and private. It is close to a park and ride bus location so it make it easy to get down town from the area. Excellent bus service. I would have rated it higher except for the Wi-Fi and no sewer connections.
The people are really friendly and will help you to your site and assist you when backing in your RV if needed. They helped me and it was an easy task backing the RV into the wide site. They have boats and motors for rent, a nice beach and play area for the children. The sites are basically grass and the site we had was level. The internal gravel roads are dusty. The water pressure is on the low side. The internet connections leaves a lot to desired. Very difficult to get signed on and very limited use. Max download is 100Mb. Large rigs shouldn't have a problem getting around in this campground. There appear to be many sites with permanent RVs on them. Most of them are clean and well maintained. We would stay here again if in the area.
The campground has pretty good interior gravel roads. It can get a little dusty at times but not a major issue. Satellite access can be challenging based on site location. The price appears to be a little on the high side. There is an additional charge of $2 per day for air condition usage which is a little disturbing. We received a note on our RV door that there was a charge of $2 dollars for using our A/C. I had already paid for the A/C when we checked in to the park. They were quick to correct the error. The grass/gravel sites are pretty level. The Wi-Fi access leaves a lot to be desired. We were in the campground for a week and a half and of that time we had the use of the Wi-Fi about 2/3 of the time. Even then the speed was really slow and the signal was LOW. When in the St Ignace area I would consider staying here again.
Sites can be a little difficult to back into based on where your camp site is located. The interior roads are good and the gravel/grass sites are fairly level. The bath room and showers are extremely clean. Traffic noise is almost non existent. There are many river ships traveling up/down the ST Mary river to/from the locks and you will get an up close view of them as they go by. The staff was friendly and helpful. WiFi was good. The water and power connections are a little different in that they are located to rear and between camp sites. Based on your site, you could need a 40 foot water hose and electrical connection. There is a nice golf course just across the street. We played a round of golf: nice course. We were here 10 days. We would certainly camp here again when in the area.
The large park is easy to locate and easy to maneuver around the campground. The attendant was friendly and readily answered questions about the area. The camp sites are gravel and some are grass. We had a level gravel site with sewer, water and 50 amp electric. The internet access was good not great but readily functional. There are shady sites and the view of Lake Superior was good. I would stay there again when in the that area.
This is really a nice small city campground with asphalt parking pads. We had an excellent view of the water channel and could watch the ships and pleasure craft right from out RV. One could also fish from the banks of the channel. The manager was friendly and willing to help with any issue one had with the campground. There are NO showers and the bath rooms that are near by are assessable but are basically for the city park people which is near by. The internet and cable accesses was excellent. I certainly would stay there again when in the area. We were there for two weeks.
We stayed here one night and it was a good overnight stop. The fairgrounds are difficult to find, having to drive around town some. The campground is some what unusual because the sites are not clearly marked. There was only one other camper there so that really wasn't an issue. The grass campground is level. There was a person who was working at the fairgrounds and he was helpful in helping us select a site. There are no bathrooms. The payment is a self serve system and there isn't an attendant. We would stay here again when in the area. There is a brewer within walking distance and they provide excellent tours--a lot of free samples.
Friendly staff and good interior roads. There was a nice swimming pool and it was well maintained. The Internet service (Wi-Fi) was expensive so we did not use it. The camp site was a level pull through. We had stayed at this campground twice before and we did notice some site power improvements. Many sites have been converted to permanent residents leaving apparently few daily or weekly camp sites. There are some shade trees on the sites. We would stay here again.
The owner is friendly and the internal hard surface roads are in excellent condition. The RV sites are grass/dirt so when it rained we had mud and water pooled under the RV. The sites are not level and we used many wood blocks to level our 5th Wheel. There are many noises--trucks using there exhaust brakes from a Hwy 30 exit and train whistles each day around 6:00 AM. The utility connections are a distance from the RV requiring two 25 foot water hoses and a 20 and 10 foot sewer hose. The power connection was good. Parking is a problem because of the many vehicles of the semi-permanent residents. There is no dump station so I am not sure how the water and electric only sites deal with their RV tanks. There are no restrooms or showers. Wi-Fi was excellent. We wouldn't stay there again.
Friendly helpful staff. All long pull through gravel level sites. Clean bath and shower rooms. Overall a nice clean park. We spent a week here and enjoyed it. The park could use some shade--no trees in the park. It was hot when we were there in the upper 90 and low hundreds. The A/C ran continuously. I would stay there again.
The pull through site was nice and level. The campground was OK for a one night stay. A lot of road noise. Staff were working on the site next to us so we had garden hoses and some lumber on our site from time to time plus the staff seem to have meeting right next to our RV. The swimming pool is really small. Staff were friendly but the office was a mess. Easy park access. Many permanent sites.
This was a nice campground. The internal roads were okay, the sites are pull through, long and wide. Internet service was pretty good all the time. The staff were friendly and helpful. Local TV reception was good from Jacksonville. There are many trees which would make satellite reception a challenge but not impossible. We camped here for 3 nights and we would stay here again. I think the nightly cost was a little high.
The people are friendly, and the camp sites are good with a concrete patio with each site. The laundry facilities are dated, and one of the three machines didn't work. Internet access was somewhat lacking, and many times it hung up for hours. The interior roads are good, but the corners are tight. We had to back our 5th wheel out of our site and down a road so we could maneuver around the corner to exit the park. We stayed here a week and would stay here again, but not in site 5.
A nice park with fairly large sites. The people were friendly, the interior roads were pretty good, and the internet access was good. The laundry facilities were reasonably priced, and they were clean. The sites were easy to enter. We stayed here a week, and we would stay here again.
The park staff are friendly. One of the staff members helped us back our 34 foot 5th wheel into our site. It would have really been difficult had he not helped. The sites are small and the one we were in was sandy: no grass of any kind like most of them. There was a cement patio pad but it didn't fit up to our door entry so we had to walk through the sand to enter the RV. The Wi-Fi was good most of the time. There were a lot of TV channels but really only a few that were worth watching. The sewer connection was in the back of our site and it stuck up above the ground 12 inches so it was difficult to dump the tanks. We had to use 25 feet of sewer hose to reach the sewer connection. The power was excellent. We stayed there for 4 nights. The 24 sites park is a long way from most of what is going on in Gulf Shores: 8 to 10 miles. It was a quiet park. I think the cost was high for what they had to offer, and we wouldn't stay here again.
A nice RV park with concert pads. Lost of room for your RV. Security drives around every couple of hours which is nice. There is a swimming pool in the hotel that one can use by asking the RV registration people for the key. We have stayed here on several occasions and would stay here again. This time we stayed 3 nights.
A really nice state park. The site are excellent; all are pull through with asphalt pads, picnic tables, and fire rings. The sites are level making for easy setup. Both 30 and 50 amp service are available. It is a way from interstate 10, and it takes awhile to drive down there. I would certainly make reservations before going. We stayed there 6 nights in a 5th wheel. I would stay there again.
The park was easy to find and the road to the park is in good condition. The internal park road are poor as are the individual camp sites. There isn't enough water pressure to take a shower. The site are mostly grass mixed with a little rock and they are not level. Pets run loose. The surroundings look like the area is depress as does the camp ground. Several sites had permanent residents. The attendant was friendly and helpful but I would not recommend nor would I stay here again.
This is a nice clean RV campground with level and clean sites. It appears to be fairly new. The sites are level with easy access both back-in and pull through. There was a nice hiking trail to a near by lake. There are no shade trees but some have been planted. The owners were helpful and friendly. The water pressure was really low making it difficult to take a shower in our 5th wheel. We stayed here one night, and we would stay here again.
This is an OK RV park for one night. The sites are easy pull thru and level. The bath room was really old and use questionable. The laundry facilities were poor with many machines out of service. It was an old park that has been neglected. They do sell fuel and campers receive a 2 cent discount. We stayed here one night on our way to Hyder, AK to see the bears.
We had planned on staying at Camp Run-A-Muck, but after seeing it we decided to stay at this park for two nights. The park roads are full of potholes and one has to drive really slow on the roads. The sites are shaded, level and easy to get into. Our site had full hook ups including cable TV. The WI-FI was just OK; it was really really slow. . We were able to see the brown bears fishing and catching salmon at Fish Creek. Passing through Canadian customs was fast and easy. The camp ground is for sale.
This was a tight fit and the traffic from the cruise ships was right by the RV park. They don't have laundry facilities which is one reason I rated them low. The site was level, the Wi-Fi was not free and if purchased expensive. It was conveniently located and it was easy to walk to anyplace within the town. It is a little difficult to located in that it is right in the town.
We stayed here for two nights. The park is gravel and all the level sites are back in with ample space between them. We stayed here because we wanted to visit the Kennicott Mine in the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. It is a deserted 1938 copper mine. It is a 90 mile drive from this park but the best park in the area. The road in the national park is a dirt/gravel 60 miles long road and there are no facilities other than lodging at the end of the 60 miles-no fuel. It is well worth the 3 hour one way drive to see the huge deserted mine now in the national park. Make sure you have excellent tires on your vehicle.
We stayed here in a 34 foot 5th wheel for one night and that was more than enough. The WI-FI only works if you go to their building; it does not work at the camp sites. The check in person was more interested in selling the evening dinner menu than giving us information about the park. The park does have trees and the pull throughs are easy to enter and exit. Water connection is at the entrance to the site so a long water hose is needed.
We stayed there four nights. The RV sites are like most places in Alaska--a gravel parking lot. The sites are tight and you can look out your window and see what your neighbor is having for breakfast. The WiFi is up and down like a yo-yo but when it is running it is fairly fast. The staff were friendly and helpful. There is ample room for maneuvering in the park. The park is close to the businesses and wharf, one can easily walk to them and the supermarket. We would stay there again because I believe it is one of the best there based on seeing the other ones.
We camped there for one night in a 34 footer. Looks like most of the sites are pull-through with a lot of room. The camp sites are level and gravel. The interior camp ground are gravel and pretty good. The young man in the office was friendly and willing to provide local information. We would stay here again.
We camped here for two days in a 34 foot 5th wheel with full hookups. The camp sites were level and clean with grass between them. The park is virtually void of trees which makes all the pull through sites easy. The laundry facilities are clean and reasonably priced. The manager is friendly and eager to provide you information. There is some road noise but it drops off during the evening hours. We would stay here again. The price is right.
The site were fairly wide and there was allot of room to maneuver the RV around. Cable connection was a little different. One needed a receiver for the cable which they supplied. The Internet access was good a little slow at times but over all good. It is about 8 miles from Seward so it is a little bit of a drive to get there. They provide a free continental breakfast each day. There is a salmon capture facility within walking distance of the RV park which is interesting. The park is quite and the RV sites are gravel with grass between them. The laundry facilities were just OK. We would stay there again.
The gravel parking was tight and the layout of the park was difficult to follow. The laundry facilities were good and clean. There is no shade in the park. It is conveniently located to the activities in Homer. One can walk to most places. Two dogs were left in an RV next to us whenever the owners left and they would bark when anybody or thing walked buy. A real nuisance in the early morning. The Halibut fishing was excellent. I thought it was a little on the expensive side.
An older campground with internal rough, potholed roads. Shaded sites are short and it is difficult to back into the sites because of the narrow roads. We camped there for three days in a 34 foot 5th wheel. The sewer connections are on the back of the camp site and difficult to reach, matter of fact we couldn't sure our because we only had 30 feet of sewer hoses. The water and electric connections were no problem. The site was sandy or muddy with grass on each side of the camp site. The people were friendly.
We have a 34 foot 5th wheel. The rock/gravel camp sites are large, quiet, and spacious. The are no shaded sites and it is a nice campground when you are on the way to Alaska. There is a convenience store on site and they give a discount on the fuel charges to their campers. It is just across the street from the famous Watson's Sign Post Forest where travelers have posted their signs with the thousands of others over the years. We didn't use the laundry or bathrooms/shower facilities. We would stay there again.
Our pull-thru site was level and the RV platform drive was cement. The utility connections were conveniently located for the RVs. We camp there in a 34 foot 5th wheel. The staff in the hotel casino where we had to check in were friendly but we had to check out at the hotel desk the next morning before we left which was a minor inconvenience. We would stay there again.
There were many permanent sites. The pull-through, shaded gravel site we had required us to level our RV. The park internal roads could use some maintenance and they did spray water on them to keep the dust down. The laundry facilities were just OK and they were always busy while we were here. The staff were friendly and willing to provide information on the Edmonton Mall.
It is an older campground and well maintained. The gravel sites are not real level so be prepared to level your rig. There are shaded sites and grass separates the sites. It is on the out skirts of the town so one has to drive your vehicle if you decide to do any shopping. Caravans use this campground. The people were friendly and helpful. We did not use the laundry facilities. We would stay there again
The people were friendly at the motel desk. They only had 15 amp service and the gravel pull-through sites were small. They had shaded sites. The campground was poorly laid out and we had to take a chain down when we exited the campground. Fuel was really expensive here even though they give the motel guest and campers a 10 cents discount. We wouldn't stay here again.
We stayed there for five nights. The park is a little dusty from the RVs driving around looking for a camp site. Other than that is was a nice campground. The sites were rock, large and easy to back in a large RV. We had a 34 foot RV. There was is free shuttle service to various other locations within the park. The free WIFI was available at the mercantile. There was laundry, shower and food supplies at mercantile store also. I have a Golden Eagle National parks pass so we paid the $14 per night otherwise it would have been $28 for the A size camp site. We liked the camp ground and would stay there again
This is a large, older RV park. We stayed there for two nights in a 34 foot 5th wheel. The sites were large, wooded, gravel base and level sites. Water, power and sewer were handy for each site. This a park that RV caravans use. The park was quite but not real close to the main part of the town. We would stay there again.
This is a large gravel base RV park with grass between the sites. Most of the sites were large pull-through's and spacious. We stayed here a week. The cable TV and WiFi were both working well and we didn't experience any issue with either. It was quiet and peaceful. It is located in the town of North Pole and within easy access, 8 or 9 miles of Fairbanks. We liked the campground and would stay here again.
This is an OK campground. We stayed there in a 5th wheel for two nights. The Talkeetna train station is right behind the campground and it was noisy when the trains arrived and departed. Plus the freight trains during the night hours. The sites are rock based. The pull through were large but there weren't many of them. We had a 34 foot RV. It was close to the down town area so we could walk there and back less than a 1/2 mile each way. In my opinion there wasn't much in the town and I probably wouldn't stop there again.
Stayed here for 8 days in June 2009. Nice camp ground pretty easy to find, quiet at night, back in sites were a little tight--width and length. We had a 34 foot 5th wheel. They had entertainment 6 nights-- live band -- and free dinner at 7:00 PM each day. Different food each evening. Overall nice campground and I would stay there again. We did attend the Sourdough Mining Co in Anchorage for lunch and it was quite expensive and the food was poor.
Over all a nice park. The interior roads are gravel but good. The RV site we had was concrete but there were others that were just gravel. The Internet access was weak but work basically OK. The site are wide with lots of room on either side. There are two small lakes or two large ponds which whichever term one wants to use and they are stocked with bass so one can fish. We were told no license was required by the owners. We would stay again.
A very nice RV park with friendly staff. The site pads are concrete and the hookups were in excellent condition. The sites are wide which provides easy access. The free Internet and cable access were by and large very good. We camped there for a week and we would stay there again.
An older campground but nice. There were a lot of permanent residents but that really isn't an issue. Most of the residents are snowbirds. We were taken to our site and the person helped us get back into our site. The site grounds are grass with some ruts. It is a quiet campground with some resident activities. The laundry facilities were excellent and reasonably priced. The roads inside the park are blacktop but narrow.
A very friendly campground. The facilities were in very good condition. There were a lot of campground activities and the people worked at getting new camper involved in the activities. Most of the RVers were snow birds. We camped there for a couple of weeks and we would stay there again. There was a train that ran by the campground occasionally but we didn't feel that was a problem. They don't accept credit cards. Over all a very nice place.
We stayed one evening at this park. It is really connected to Graceland and one can walk from the RV park to Graceland. Very few trees in the park. The sites were large and easy to enter. We did feel a little uneasy regarding the security of the area. It is an OK park for a day to two. We would stay here again if we were to visit Elvis's home again.
We have stayed at this park many times over the last 10 years. It is a clean and quiet park with many shaded campsites. They do take reservations and I would recommend making one before going. The park is located on the White River and one can walk to the river for Rainbow Trout fishing. Most of the sites are large and easy to back into. I would recommend this Arkansas State Park especially if one likes to fish.
It is a small campground with nice RV sites. We stayed one night while visiting Niagara Falls. The hosts were friendly and the shaded sites were easy to back into. It was OK for the one evening we were there.
We camped in a 5th Wheel for a month. The camp was clean, well maintained and convenient to many attractions. The camp hosts were friendly and helpful providing local information (maps). We were there the last two weeks of September and the first two weeks of October for the fall foliage. The park was clean and the spaces were large. We would stay there again.
We stayed here from July 16 through August 15 in 2006. The owners were friendly and accommodating when asking for assistance and information. They had a lot of weekend activities for all ages. The interior gravel/blacktop roads could stand a little improvement. The camp sites were clean and well maintained. We did have some power issues with blowing the circuit breaker not at our camp site but at the main power supply control panel. We had to reset it several times it was old and weak and needed to be replaced. The night rate is based on a monthly cost.
We have stayed at this park from August 16 to September 15, 2006 The reason for staying here is it is really the only park near Blacksburg, Virginia with full hookups. The interior gravel roads had deep ruts and pot holes, the individual camp sites were dirty and the sites were muddy when it rained. They raised there rates over $170 a month from the previous year without any park improvements.
We stayed there a month from mid June to mid July in 2006 and felt the park was well maintained and they had many activities for the campers. On the Fourth of July they had a nice fireworks display in the evening. The swimming pool was clean but they didn't open up the office or the pool until 10:00 each day and we thought that was a little late. On the day we checked out we had to wait for about a half an hour till someone showed up to compute our final departing bill. I would stay there again.