We have been here two years in a row for the golfing and bluegrass festival in mid October. The golf course is 27 holes and a bargain (Included in the price of parking as long as you don't use Passport America). I guess that the hearty snow birds spend the winter here. All in all a nice park for the money with a nice golf course thrown in for free. Close to Plains, Georgia so you can go see Jimmy Carter's little town and his residence and childhood farm. On Sundays you can go to Sunday School where Jimmy teaches the class. We'll be back next year.
Great campground. Exercise room was nice. Pool was nice. Weekly activities, pot lucks, desert nights, ice cream socials, campfires. Great staff (work campers). Close to many activities: golf, greenway walking trail, casino (Cherokee), Smokey Mountains, Smokey Mountain Performing Arts Center. Great mountain views. WiFi was poor but the owner added 100 MB/sec service and it now flies. Nice monthly and extended stay rates. We spent 5 months here and will be back in the future.
This is great park. Very clean. It is run by many work campers and every one of them are great to be around. There is a lot to do in the area such as the Smokey Mountain Center for the Performing arts, the casino at Cherokee, NC, gem mines, antiques, etc. Franklin is a delightful town with many great restaurants and shops. The pool looks nice but will not open until Memorial Day. The clubhouse is very nice and they host a dinner or pot luck weekly.
This campground overlooks Bear Lake. It is a nice park with fairly level gravel pads with grass between. Not too close to the neighbors. We spent the night and had no problems here. There is a car wash across the street that would take an RV, we'll try that tomorrow. Side by sides would be possible here.
Nice country park in the middle of rice farming. The park has a nice 9 hole course that we played 3 times. The course has a few water hazards but no sand traps at all. The company runs a crop dusting service and they start flying at first light, so you have a nice alarm clock. The site we had was a level pull-through with gravel and grass. They have creative pricing for weekly stays. You get 7 days and 6 nights for your weekly rate that cost $5 more than 6 nights. Go figure. I'd stay here again but would opt out of the weekly rate and save the $5 next time.
Nice and quite. Most of the sites were so shaded that satellite reception would be a problem. We asked to be moved to an open site and the cost went down about $3 per day. Right on the San Marco river and a lot of tubing and kayaking was going on through out the week-end. The sites varied from concrete to gravel. Our site was level and we had enough room. Would definitely come back here for a stay.
Old rundown park with mobile homes and long time residents. Gravel sites that were dusty. This was an overnight stay while traveling through. I don't think that I would come back for any extended stay. Rate was PPA and had an extra $2 for 50 amp service. We didn't use the cable TV which was also a $2 extra fee.
Nice clean park. We parked on concrete but noticed that some of the sites were gravel. The site was level and long enough for our 40' coach with the towed connected. The park is convenient to San Antonio and the interstate highway. We parked only one day but would come back again.
Easy access from I-10. Pull through long enough but a little narrow. Parked on sand/gravel. The swimming pool and hot tub were nice. Didn't use their rest room facilities. Great for a couple of days stay. Price was Passport America rate.