Depending on what you are looking for, this is a great park. It is very small, not near anything (no restaurants or stores nearby), and the sites are fairly tight and not very level. Only a few looked suited for an RV (the pull-throughs); most of the back-in sites looked too small for anything but a tent or pop-up. However, if all that is OK with you, then this is a great park. It is one of the prettiest, quietest, most peaceful parks we have stayed in. There are a lot of trails through the pine woods, a nice pond, and the mission replica and the relocated and restored cabin are very interesting. We went out of our way to visit this park, and I'm glad we did.
Nice park, very convenient to Natchez, MS (just across the Mississippi River). The sites are long, level, concrete pads. The interior roads are gravel. There is a great lighted paved walk (Vidalia City River Walk I think) along the Mississippi. The staff was very friendly. I suggest following the directions on their website. Our GPS took us through some back roads in the nearby neighborhood and along the gravel levee road, which was not the best way to go. Their directions keep you on the main road through the neighborhood, turning onto the gravel interior roads right by the main office.
Very nice park, convenient to the Interstate, but very secluded and quiet. The sites are long, level, concrete pads with a concrete patio if your door happens to be in the right place (ours was not). Camp hosts were great, and the private bathroom/shower rooms are probably the nicest and cleanest we've ever encountered. The park is along the Styx River, with a covered pavilion right on the river; some sites back up to the river. The nearby Derailed Diner (in the truck stop) was also quite good. We would stay here again if we were in the area.
We stopped here overnight. The camp hosts were great. The site was basically grass and was fairly level. The interior roads were asphalt. There were clubhouses and other amenities, but all were locked when we were there; I guess it is the off-season. There aren't any restaurants or stores close by.
Nice park very convenient to St. Augustine. There are 3 restaurants within walking distance. We ate at The Reef (on the ocean, across the highway) and Caps (on the river). The food and the view from both were great. The sites are sand and fairly level. There are several bathhouses throughout the park, but each only has a couple of showers; bathrooms and showers were clean. Even though there are lots of sites, there are trees between them, so it feels private. We would stay here again if we were in the area.
Nice campground in a huge municipal park. The park has an off-leash dog area, a lake, a splash zone, lots of trails, a climbing wall, and probably other stuff. If you make use of all that, it might be a great place to stay. The sites are large with a good amount of space between them. Lots of trees and shade. However, our site was basically dirt, and would have been a real mess if it had rained. The bathrooms were not in very good shape (missing tiles and such) but they were fairly clean. The park is very convenient to Charleston.
This is a nice park that is very convenient to Savannah. The sites are gravel, several are in a field (no shade). Some back up to a line of trees which offers some afternoon shade and a few others that are set apart from the rest that are very shaded. The grounds around the RV park are very nice. There is a nice nature trail, a plantation now used for events with beautiful gardens, several ponds, one with a beach. On the downside, there are only two showers and they were a bit of a walk from the sites, although there were a couple of bathrooms near the sites. We will definitely stay here again next time we visit Savannah.
This may be the prettiest park we have stayed in so far! The park is small, but very nicely laid out and landscaped. There are a couple of large pull-throughs near the front of the park. We stayed in the back of the park. Our site backed up to a nice meadow with plenty of trees. The sites are large, some close together (for groups) and some set apart (what we wanted). The pads are wood chips, which are soft to walk on. There is a great covered pavilion with rocking chairs, tables, games and a fireplace. The bathrooms were clean, modern, and were nicely decorated, also. We didn't notice any road noise, although the park is convenient to US 23/441. Note that the signs from the highway and the turn are not very clearly marked. We will definitely stay here next time we visit Franklin and Highlands.
This is a great independent campground. Several of the sites back up to the river; we were fortunate to have one of these (site 13, maybe the best one in the park). The staff was fantastic, and there are several great restaurants in the area, one of which you can walk to. Great Smoky Mountain National Park is just down the road. The only down-side is that the sites are pretty tight, and there is not a lot of extra parking for tow vehicles or cars. However, we heard from several other campers that other parks in the area are actually tighter! We would definitely stay here again.
Nice park close to shopping and restaurants. Sites are gravel, long and level. Park is on the river, with a wooded area in the middle with a trail, great for walking dogs. This was just an overnight stop for us. We would certainly stay here again if we were in the area.
Nice, quiet state park. We have stayed previously in one of the pull-throughs, which are large and have full hookups. This time we stayed in a back-in site with water & electric. The back-in sites are a bit tight, but not too bad. The park is very pretty. We have stayed here before, and will stay here again.
Nice park on the lake. As the website says, DO NOT follow your GPS; it takes you to the wrong part of the park. We called and they said the address to use to get to the campground is 3320 Lakeland Terrace, Jackson MS, which took us right to the campground entrance. The gate to enter and leave the campground is a bit tight, and has metal posts on both sides. There is a long gravel road to get to the sites. It is near an airport, but we didn't hear any noise overnight. We would stay here again.
Great location, very close to shopping and restaurants in Arlington, and convenient to Fort Worth. Very nice park with lots of trees, asphalt interior roads with gravel pads. The premium sites have a concrete patio with outdoor furniture and a BBQ grill. Propane is available, the WiFi signal was good as was the cable TV. The staff was very friendly and very helpful. We will definitely stay here again.
Concrete interior roads and pads are pluses. The park is off the main road and surrounded by woods, making it very quiet and secluded. The camp hosts were exceptionally friendly and accommodating. A negative is that the last half-mile of the road to the park is gravel and washboarded in places; we went about 3mph for much of that to keep from shaking things loose.
Ruggedly beautiful, remote state park. Campground is set among a bunch of mesquite trees. The campsites are spaced far enough apart and, with the mesquite trees, there is plenty of privacy. There are quite a few hiking trails and the drive into the canyon is stunning. The Texas State Bison heard also roams through the park (but not the campground). It was definitely worth the trip.