There's a lake you can go fishing in. There are all the hookups you need, on-site laundry room & store. There's a bunch of little stores down the road you can go to. Spaces are a little cramped but its cozy. I haven't had any problems with my little area. Pets are allowed. There are a lot of long term residents but there are spaces available for those who may want to stay a night or two. There's a super awesome FLEA MARKET practically right next door, you must visit! Over all, its clean and friendly.
I loved this place and I would stay here again. Its quiet, woodsy and (takes a deep breath loudly) has LOTS of fresh clean air, ahhhhhh. We visited the Crater of Diamonds state park for 3 days over Labor Day weekend, which is a 5 minute drive from the RV park. This RV park was very relaxing. (Believe me you will need it if you spend all day looking for diamonds!) There's an on site rock shop you can visit should you have no luck in finding the diamonds. You can have a fire at your site, which was great. You may spot some wildlife, we saw several deer. There are water and electric hookups but no sewer. (There is a place to dump, but its in an awkward place.) The bathrooms were clean but there is only one toilet stall and shower for each side. (Bad when you need to pee, someone is taking forever in the shower and they lock the bathroom door!) All in all, our needs were met and we enjoyed the solitude location of this RV park.
Nice RV park with pool and clean bathrooms. Large areas for the kids to play and even a play ground. One set back is this park is near a race track and on Friday night we heard sounds of races going on and they were pretty loud but didnt last all night. Over all this is a nice park. Walmart and other stores are nearby.
This RV place is not a normal RV park. Its privately owned and reminded me of girl scout summer camp. We didnt have any problems with anyone there when we stayed last summer. Badest part was the mosquitoes for me. My fiancee also got some weird rash on his legs when he walked the dog thru the trails (with long pants on!) inside the park. May have been poison Ivy or chigger bites. Stay on the roads and you should be ok. There's an olympic sized pool there, but they had already closed it for the season by the time we got there.
We are staying here for 2 months and so far its been really great. The people who run the RV park are super nice and funny. The park has bathrooms and laundry that are kept clean and is a very short walk from my RV. There are maintenance guys running around all the time doing yard work or picking up trash etc. Its very quiet here and is close to shopping, restaurants, airport etc. The sites are a little cramped but it doesnt seem to bother anyone. Theres a pool too! Thank goodness cause TX is HOT HOT HOT lol.
Like another reviewer said, its a new park and there isn't much to it. Personally I thought it was a awesome beacon in the night! We drove down RT 69 which is the worst road imaginable for RVs!! Stay away from RT 69 if you are smart!! We found this place in the middle of the night and was super grateful it was there. Its close to a major hwy and a Truck stop. Its simple and clean and we had no problems.
We stayed at this RV park for 7 months and I couldnt ask for anyone nicer than the owners of Ladybug RV park. They are the kind of people you are better person for knowing. The park is really nice. The area is very quiet and relaxing. There is a pool. The bathrooms are cute and very clean. Its just a really great place to stay and get away from all the hustle and bustle most people are used to. If you want clean, friendly, and quiet, then this is your RV park.
While the RV park itself is paved and is kept clean, there are only basic amenities available to RVer's such as laundry, on site store, & showers. The don't have a pool / jacuzzi and I don't think they ever plan on putting one in. Nearby in town, there are restaurants, plenty of things to do in a normal town, and there's even a dog park 2 blocks away. What I didn't like, and had never encountered before, was paying for electricity separately from the costs of staying there. They are already the highest priced RV park I have ever stayed at. Its ridiculous that we had to put a $150 deposit for electric. The thing that made me the most upset was how we paid for a full month and ended up having to leave 2 weeks early and they wouldn't give us any kind of a refund. So they get 2 whole weeks for free from us and we get what? Nothing. They chucked it up to the pro-rating thing and how we wouldn't get back anything anyways if we were paying weekly or nightly. Just stupidly ridiculous in my opinion. Another bad thing is, there is a train track right next to the park, and its loud. Sometimes they trains are super long and the noise vibrates you several times a night. Plus, the highway is right next to the train tracks so you have plenty of traffic noise certain times of the day or night. If you are planning on staying one night this place is just fine, but if you stay long term, its not so great. I think the only reason this park is in business is because its the only one around near St Louis. I don't think its cool to be ripping people off like they did us.