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08/2007
rating [ 4/10 ]
The staff here is friendly. We stopped here overnight because it was in the Passport America book. Half of the regular $25 rate is $12.50, but they added on $5.00 for 50 amp service. I pulled in at 5 pm and left at 7 am and used one A/C for about two hours. The $5 surcharge is NOT mentioned in the Passport book or web directory, and it's excessive. The Wi-Fi was very spotty and so slow it was unusable. At $13 for an overnight stop, it's worthwhile, but not at $18. We'll go elsewhere on our next trip in the area.
06/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
I agree with the other two reviews, and would like to add that almost all sites are spacious pullthroughs. Remember, the campground was designed to accommodate Tiffin owners, and many of those RVs are 40' plus. Be sure to stop by Swamp Johns for Thursday night dinner buffet, and believe it or not, Piggly Wiggly in town serves some great lunches. This is a very friendly campground, because 95% of the Rvers have the Tiffin connection in common. Those who are in a different brand RV and considering a Tiffin have the opportunity to speak first hand with many owners and to hear their opinions.
06/2007
rating [ 10/10 ]
This Campground is a hidden gem amidst the hustle and bustle of Memphis. It was all that we expect (or at least hope for) in a state park: huge sites, nicely treed, good access roads, clean facilities. The score wasn't downgraded for no sewer at site or no WiFi, as we don't expect those amenities in a state park. The campground host was very friendly and informative, as was the staff in the Visitor's Center. When driving in from I-55, you travel through an industrial area along Riverport Rd., but once you turn into the park grounds, the setting and atmosphere change dramatically for the better. The park is located about 6 miles from Graceland and 8 or so miles from Beale Street...very convenient for sightseeing. We stayed for three nights and wished we could have stayed longer...and that just about says it all!
06/2007
rating [ 4/10 ]
This park is OK if you want to pull off the Interstate and go to sleep, but it's lacking in upkeep. The grass looked like it hadn't been cut all season, and that led to a lot of mosquitoes. The staff was friendly. Other than water, sewer, and electric, there were no amenities except for a fellow selling some pretty good barbecue ribs from a trailer in the Citgo parking lot. Some of the sites are long enough to handle our 40' motorhome plus tow without un-hooking, which was a plus. With some more upkeep, like mowing the grass and fixing the potholes at the entrance (along with adding WiFi!), and an overall sprucing up, this park could have the potential to be much much nicer.
06/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
This campground is fine for a one night overnighter. Very large pullthrough sites make entering and exiting a breeze. We checked in at 3:00 p.m. and left at 9:30 a.m. the next day and didn't see anyone in the office or any workkampers whatsoever. The $10 rate is Passport America. If no one is in the office when you check in, be sure to go to the front entrance and use the park layout plan to pick a site...not all are 50 amp, if that's needed, and some sites are Xed off because of faulty electric.
06/2007
rating [ 4/10 ]
The park was dusty, with a lot of seasonal rentals in rough shape. The staff was helpful and they appear to be expanding the number of spaces. Frankly, after reading previous ratings on this website of 8s, 9s, and 10s, we were very disappointed. There was very little aesthetically pleasing about this park. The dog run had droppings from other dogs in it.
05/2007
rating [ 10/10 ]
Note that the nightly rate is based on the monthly charge. We stayed at Sunny Acres for a number of months while I finished a work assignment. This is a very nice park where the owners and staff go out of their way to be helpful. The grounds are kept up nicely, and the bathrooms and showers are immaculate. There is REAL cable TV with 30 or 40 channels, and we've had no problems with the WiFi. The park itself is set back off Valley Drive, so road noise is not a problem. The sites themselves are very large, and most have a concrete pad and grassy area separating one from the next. As you can tell, we really enjoyed our stay here, and we plan on staying at this park whenever we visit the Las Cruces area in the future.
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