We stayed here two nights, and were very satisfied. Yes, it is a bit pricey, but we felt safe, all hookups were in good shape (and not hidden by shrubbery),and we found it easy in, easy out. Temporary sites are narrow, but were level and plenty long enough for our 40' plus car. Lots of workers living here, but everyone was friendly and sites were reasonably neat and clean. We will stay here again.
An older park, a bit run down (Like the rest of Vicksburg). When my husband requested a 50-amp site, the person at the desk said there were none available. But when he said we would not be staying, they suddenly found one. Very pet friendly. I guess my low rating is based not so much on the park as on Vicksburg itself. We had visited in the late 1980's and were saddened to see on our return how much the city has deteriorated. I'm not actually sure how much we were charged, but do remember the rate was reasonable. Will not visit Vicksburg or this park again.
Nice park, especially because of the location close to Natchez and on the Mississippi River. A bit pricey because of taxes, but still we will stay here again when in the area because it is the best available. Clean, quiet, friendly and well-kept.
This is a wonderful park - paved streets, level cement pads, trash containers at every site emptied promptly by staff, gated, very pet friendly, clean and well kept. We will stop again when in the area.
This is a nice, but typical, KOA park - sites are very tight and unpaved. But if you have a dog (especially a large one) it has a GREAT dog-walk along a beautiful river. There appears to be plenty for kids to do there, and they have a very nice store. We'd stay there again.
This is an older, slightly run-down park just off a very busy road. We had trouble spotting the drive into the park and had to do a u-turn, which was not easy. The site was level, the office person nice, but don't think we'll stay again as it is just too difficult to fight the traffic.
A small, but very nice park. However, if you are in a 40' rig or larger, you may find things a bit tight. Trees, sharp turns and rolling terrain make navigation difficult, but not impossible. There are several level big-rig sites, but unfortunately we were not on one.
This is a wonderful park. Clean, friendly, great location. Paved streets, cement pads with patio. Lots of activities. Nice dog walk. Clean laundry, nice clubhouse with books and games. Managed during the winter by a very capable and friendly older couple. We stayed for three months.
The people are very nice here, and it's not a bad place until it rains. The sites are grass/gravel (ours was mostly grass), and the roads are gravel. It poured while we were here, and we couldn't help but track in an awful lot of mud and grass clippings. Very dog friendly, lots of walk room. Many workers staying here, but that was no problem. Probably would not stay here again simply because they do not have paved sites.
This is a perfect place for anyone wanting to winter in lower Alabama. It's a clean, very well maintained park with a wonderful manager who lives off site, but visits at least twice a day. Plenty of area to walk a dog, close to all the good things Fairhope and Gulf Shores have to offer, a very nice clubhouse with full kitchen, great laundry facilities and a typical southern porch for sitting. A daily gathering on the porch at 4 p.m. gives everyone a chance to visit and get acquainted. Reasonably priced, asphalt streets, street lights, concrete pads and patios. We met some wonderful people here. More geared to adults, as there is no playground or pool. We'll be back.
This was a wonderful park with the nicest people we've ever met. Noise from the adjacent highway keeps it from rating a 10, but if you're on the way to somewhere else it is the perfect one or two night stop. We liked the golf cart escort to our site, the free coffee, newspaper and popcorn, and the cleanliness of the campground. They actually picked up litter, butts and whatnot on a daily basis. We would definitely stop there again if in the general area.
Wales West offers large sites, plenty of room to walk a large dog, and plenty of interesting activity to watch as the owners expand and improve the narrow gauge railway that circles the park. However, the sites and roads are gravel and the cement patios are situated so that you cannot line up your entrance door with the patio. Therefore, dirt was a problem, at least for us. Also, there are no street lights, so bring a flashlight.