At the park entrance you are greeted by a 20 year old trailer with the roof covered with a tarp,..... and that's the "office". No one present at "office", only a box of envelopes to deposit cash into. In July the water connection was still wrapped in insulation tape. We unwound the tape and almost threw up. We did not hook up to water. The ONLY saving grace to this park was the 50 amp service that worked well. Gravel roads and gravel sites. No showers or toilets. Park appeared to have wifi, but no password was provided anywhere. If a tornado ripped through this park, it would likely cause several thousand dollars worth of improvements. This park is truly one of the 5 worst we have ever visited, and most certainly an overnight park of last resort.
Well kept park on the banks of the Mississippi. Riverbank boardwalk to Visitor Center under bridges. Immaculate individual washroom/showers. We found everyone in the town of Vidalia very friendly and helpful. We will definitely return for a week stay next year. One of our favourite parks on the river, at the south end of the Natchez Trace Parkway.
Very few 50 amp sites, washrooms are dated and in need of a refresh. No Wi-Fi at our site, cable TV poor. Fishing close by. Some sites with dense foliage and privacy. Lots to see and do in the area. We went to the office to add an extra day and were not given a new tag for our site. We got a very unfriendly visit from an officer demanding an explanation. I assured him we had paid and asked him to check with the office. He clearly did not believe us, demanded our receipt, and waited until we found it. I have no doubt we would have been evicted if we were unable to find our receipt. We will visit again, hopefully after this officer has been pensioned off or transferred to a position with no contact with the public. A beautiful campground with horribly unfriendly staff. Our rig is 35 feet long.
Park was clean. WiFi in the park was horrible. 6 minute YouTubes were impossible to view. Just as the days of hotels providing over-the-air television, the days of heavily throttled, unpredictable internet in campgrounds are over. We thought perhaps it was our computers, but almost every other camper we spoke to felt the same. If you require reliable internet, pick another park.
Large campground with everything from tent to pull through sites. On the edge of the town of Wasagaming, built in the 1930's. Many historic log buildings including one of the only remaining log movie theatres. Lots of hiking trails and wildlife drives. You WILL see moose, bear and deer in the park. Many other unserviced campgrounds in the park. On the edge of Clear Lake, a lake that is fed from springs. Cool clear water. Cons: absolutely none. Our most very favorite campground in North America.
Pro's: incredibly clean and well maintained. From fire pits emptied to dog waste pickup bags supplied. Lots of well maintained hiking trails. A short drive into town, yet still very rustic and natural. Very clean & modern washrooms. Fast Wi-Fi at our site. Wi-Fi from antennas on all washrooms and main building. Con's: narrow roadways. No privacy between sites. You WILL have bushes scrape the side of your unit. Some sites not well levelled. We stayed at site 66. Slight drop to rear of site. Some privacy. 35' accessible. Overall, a wonderful park. We will return.