Easy access from I-95; used as stopover and to explore Amelia Island. Intermittent noise from air traffic, depending on flight patterns. Lots of semi-permanent. Looks like a storage facility for some. Not a resort in any sense of the word, but we would stay again if in the area. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.
Come here only if you want a sense of tranquility and to be treated like family. Probably not a great spot for kids, unless they can be happy enjoying the mountain views, the geese, the wild turkeys and deer that come up in the yard every evening. Accessible to everything in the area. We stayed five nights and wish it could have been longer. Hookups are great, hosts are new friends. We can't wait to go back.
Wonderful spot on the river; great place to stay to explore Natchez. Advertised rate of $40, but assessment added for power. No club discounts in price. Great walking trail/sidewalk to bridge and convention center. Would stay here again.
This stop was an overnight from a trip up the Natchez Trace. Most of the lakeside lots were taken by full timers. There were no trees in the area we stayed in, but sites were paved, level, relatively quiet and safe. Staff was adequate. We would stay here again.
This is a beautiful spot on the Tennessee River; paved roads/trails along river for biking or walking. This is a popular 'fish camp' for locals; motorhomes and tents all together, and LOTS of kids, but we loved it and will stay here again if in the area.
Good no-frills park, good place to use as home base to explore Savannah, Tybee, Hilton Head, etc. cash in advance, owners not around but available by cell phone needed (it is pretty much off-season). Hookups worked fine, Wi-Fi good. We stayed up front, spacious sites, no trees, good bit of road noise. Appeared to be some long termed in the back, shaded area. We would stay here again.
This is a nice, big parking lot with very modern hookups and no trees. They require the use of jack pads, which they sell at the nice office/store. Williams is a Route 66 tourist trap. I was determined to ride the train to the canyon, and if that's what you want to do, this is the best place to do it. The train depot is a short walk from the park. Next time I will stay at the canyon. Train ride was 2+ hrs both ways, and we only had 3-1/2 hours at the canyon.
Professionally run, we had a pleasant 2 night stay. looked like there were a number of permanent residents. Convenient to downtown- take your car and pay $10 to park all day rather than take the bus. We would stay here again.
Great overnight stay; only reason not a 9- no Wi-Fi; great amenity for the city of Ruston; park closes at night, but gate has coded access for campers. Paved sidewalk around pond nice for morning walk. Would definitely stay here again.