A little tight for big rigs. Breakfast just OK. Stayed 4 nights to tour Memphis, with the river overflowing the campground we wanted was not available. No Cable TV and slow wi-fi for $$$, deducts points. Offramps in Arkansas don't give much warning and can be tricky. Noise = ear plugs recommended for Train noise.
I agree with previous assessments - slow wi-fi, noisy but very clean. Not many local attractions around this area. Finding any quiet campgrounds convenient to major roads/rails is almost impossible - so we learn to use ear plugs for a good night sleep. I think a true rating is a seven.
Excellent new campground. New young plants but no shade. With the prevailing wind, there is no road noise. The only problem we had was the voltage, of the dozen power stands I tested, was too low at 97-99 volts to allow our Surge Guard to provide power to our coach. I forgot to bring our Autoformer to step up voltage.
The Fountain of Youth is properly named. When you are physically active, you will stay young. It is an older park, well maintained and actually 'hyper active'. Many very friendly Canadians here. Unbelievable number of active friendly and happy people here. In a way, I hope too many people don't find this marvelous place. A rating of 8 is probably low for what this place can do for your health.
What others have said is basically true - an old KOA that's a little run down, but clean. Given the price it's true rating is 7 because of quietness. We opt for this campground over the expensive better rated ones because of road noise. I hate feeling miserable next day because of traffic noise not allowing proper sleep.
For the price this is more of a 9. Very clean - QUIET enough to sleep. Mixture of seniors and youth without being obnoxious. Wi-Fi can be spotty buy air cards work well. 40' Motor home Ok 45' maybe to tight for comfort?
This is a Resort - a little pricey ($55-93.50) but very hard to find a better park. The small jacuzzi is adequate but way to much chlorine (Rinse well afterwards or itch all night). The park is very relaxing amongst the beautiful mature trees. At this time - the developer will continue operating the park until the housing market improves.
This new 20 million dollar park is very impressive! Spotless Facilities. It rivals most high line destination resorts that cost $80+/night. ONE WARNING! Gusts of winds have taken off over 48 awnings since opening and automatic awning closers will not protect against sudden gusts. Don't leave your RV with awning out for any length of time. The pools have a little to much chlorine but overall a Great experience. Will return!
Fairly New Park very clean with grass area around level cement pads and picnic tables. Not many full time residences. Very Friendly & helpful staff. Very impressive cable TV selections as well as the overall appearance of the RV park. No WiFi yet (working on it) and near Interstate 5 with some road noise (not bad - at least NO trains). These are only reasons it does not rate a 10.
This is definitely an 8+. Wi-Fi $5 - Rates increased & slight traffic noise - next to Interstate 5 which is busy. At least no trains! Good attitudes by park workers. Improvements happening. Great overall quality. Like pointed out before - not a destination resort but good availability to food & shopping 6 miles down the road in Eugene.
Very clean & well run. There are a 'few' electrical hookups on loop F. There are many upgrades happening in Crater Lake area - should be great. Good general store - reasonable Gas & Propane. A wonderful trail (Annie Springs trail) right behind CG. I highly recommend taking the early tour boat on Crater Lake. Get off on Wizard Island, stay all day - take your lunch - hike the crater & swim in the lake, makes this an unforgettable experience. Truly a wonderous area. Maybe I should not have posted this report. I don't like crowds.