This is possibly the WORST campground I've ever stayed in, although it is more a trailer park rather than a campground. Most of the sites are occupied by permanent campers. Many have broken or ill fitting sewer hoses, leaving sewer smells. There are many wild cats running around, which drove my dog crazy. I had to leave the campground grounds in order to find grass to walk the dog. I will never stay here again, but if I did, I'd bring extra shirts to hand to the permanent residents who spend most of the day walking around shirtless.
We love it here. Breathtaking views in each direction. Our site is level and fairly private. The location is perfect for exploring the Banff area. Interior roads could use some work. We had reservations in Tunnel II with only electric, but staff found us a full hookup site in the Trailer Court. They could not have been nicer.
We were in a section that was very dusty and dirty with no shade. The park has no amenities. It is located on a lake and you can fish and boat right from the park. Branson Landing is a LONG walk from tha park, and we didn't consider trying it due to the heat. On our last night there it rained 5 inches and the lake flooded. The police went door to door and had everyone (including us) evacuate the front 4 or 5 rows and move to the Branson Landing parking lot. It was a real mess.
Just an average park. Not many amenities. Level sites with some grass. Not easy to access from the interstate. Plus we missed the turn into the entrance and had to back tract on busy Elvis Presley Blvd. It is adjacent to Graceland and is a very short walk to the grounds, which makes it excellent for visiting Graceland.
Tightest park we've ever been in. I worried the whole time we were there how we were going to get out of our site. Fortunately the coach across from us left the same morning we did, so I was able to pull through his site and get out. Also the gravel/dirt road driving in (7/10 of a mile) was so dusty that our red tow car was snow white AND you are not allowed to wash cars or RV's in the park. I WILL NOT STAY HERE AGAIN.
If you like road noise, this is the place for you. And it goes ALL NIGHT. We were on the front row, so maybe farther back it would be ok, but I don't think so. Otherwise level sites, some grass, four miles out of town. We would not stay here again.
We stayed in the line camp, and there was no grass. If it doesn't rain this is a nice park. BUT it did rain during our stay. We were surrounded by mud, couldn't help but track it inside. When we checked in the girl at the desk was rude and very quick to get rid of me. She didn't explain anything about the park, we didn't even know there was a pancake breakfast until the third day of our stay. I don't think we would come back
Great little park, close to I-57. We stayed one night and were very impressed. Very clean, very quiet and our best one night stop so far. We had a large pull through with plenty of room under a nice canopy of trees.
Great park, but since it is older it is not set up very well for bigger rigs. The road to our site was very narrow making it difficult to get backed in. The site was so narrow that when we opened the slides, there was very little room to walk to the rear of the coach where the picnic table was. As far as the park in general it was superb. A golf cart or bikes are definitely needed, the place is big. We really enjoyed the "Hoop To Do Review" and having transportation to the other Disney Parks was great. We'll go back. but we'll push hard for a larger site.
Very nice campground, could easily be a 8 or 9 except for one thing. We have two small dogs and we were constantly pulling ticks off of them. Even for just a short walk. Thursday night we couldn't sleep because of the ticks in bed with us. It made our stay almost unbearable. Probably not the fault of the campground, but we won't be going back there.