Nice stop over campground, not too far from I-24. While entry and site roads are narrow this campground can accommodate today's larger rigs if you plan your turns. Owner is very friendly and helpful. Got us checked in quickly in the hot sun. Sites are heavily wooded so you are in the shade all of the day, but this does cause issues with satellite. Needed 80' of coax to get my dish out from the trees. If you have a roof mounted dish forget it. Over the air signals were poor. Being an older campground they do not have 50 amp service nor higher water pressure. I recorded only 20 psi. There are a number of permanent residents which is becoming more common, but these tend to let their dogs roam free resulting in special gifts left in your site for you to discover. Bathrooms and showers were clean and well maintained. I expected more spiders and insects living in them being in the woods, but that was not the case. Would we return? Yes. Even would consider staying for a few days to see more of the area.
Quiet, little park a few miles off the highway. Office is located within the convenience store next to the park. Sites are all grass and for the most part pull through FHU. There is some road noise, but it is from a two lane county road that quiets down around 10:00. Sites are mostly covered in shade so satellite TV may be problematic. Water pressure was low (40 psi) so showers in our coach were longer. The convenience store is well stocked, clean, and has hot food available as well as fuel. Bathhouse and restrooms were very clean and maintained. It is a great stop-over park, but I would not make it a extended stay park because of distance to larger town facilities.
Easy to find and just off the freeway. There is some highway noise but not enough to call annoying. Stores, restaurants and shopping are all located across the freeway from the campground. Sites are all pull through, FHU and concrete pads. Some have paved patios some don't, patio mats are not allowed to be used. Most if not all sites are in some shade because of the tall trees (Southern Yellow Pine) but you could find window to aim a sat dish if needed. Some of the sites have sloped entries that could cause the rear of your trailer to drag but once on the level pad area everything works out. You also need to watch where your landing gear touchdown because there are sites that have some broken concrete in that area. We found the staff to be very friendly, the park was quiet, clean, many people were using the park as a snowbird stop over. There are a number of seasonal units there but they are well kept, quiet and little in the way of activity. We'll stay here again whether it's for a night or for a week.
Entry and access roads were very narrow and washed out in many places causing our rig to tip excessively. Sites are very narrow as well and are very hard to pull or back into with rigs longer than 32ft. After three attempts on a long pull through and minor damage to our trailer we left for another RV park. This park/resort would be fine for travel trailers and popups with lengths less than 25ft.