The best RV park I have been to so far. Great price, working internet, great views. The walking trails were amazing. Walking trails at a lot of parks are nothing to mention but this was as neat as the Mississippi barges to me. I wouldn't recommend doing anything in West Memphis, but I think most people here are planning on Memphis anyway. You do drive through low income neighborhoods and industrial roads, but once you get to the park you are very isolated from this. Only a 15 minute drive to downtown is great. All of the workers were very nice as well.
There is not much to add to past reviews. Perfect location for Dallas-Fort Worth. Wi-Fi is extra but worked perfectly this time. A year earlier my new laptop running Vista wouldn't connect but after a short phone call to Tengo they acknowledged Vista didn't support them automatically (surprised Vista users?), but they worked some magic and got it going. This time it connected automatically. The way the park is set up you don't feel like RV's are stacked one after the next. This doesn't make them as much money on quantity but sure gives this a country park feel in the middle of DFW. Cable TV line up was great so we didn't have to use the satellite which would have been a miracle from our heavily shaded site.
I would stay here again if the campground down the street wasn't available first. Sites are pretty close together but long. Wifi always worked but at a slightly slower speed than some. It is a great location for all DFW attractions, especially Rangers, Cowboys, and Six Flags. Trees made it impossible to pull out awning and provided no shade. The park entrance gate was very tight. Propane was located in odd position as you are leaving the park gates. If I were to fill up not even cars would have been able to leave the park until I was done.
This park was not crowded while we were there. If it had been I would have given a 2. I paid less to stay on the beach in Malibu during August than I did here in November (surely snowbirds head further south because we still got daily reminders to unhook water because of freezing temperatures. Wifi was advertised but never worked the two weeks we were there and we were right next to the antenna. Various people (nonpark affiliated) came and looked at the antenna throughout the two weeks but never got it going. Also no cable for this price. Some sites get satellite reception and the staff was good at picking out those sites for me. I originally picked this campground for location to downtown. It is nestled next to a river but this only causes long drives around the river with no view of it. After driving at least a half mile to get out of the park from our spot in the back and at least another mile and a half down an almost dead end access road it took us about 5-10 minutes just to get to the highway. We left and found a great park that was only 5 minutes further from downtown and closer to better shopping (Mills malls are nicely decorated but lack department stores).
We moved here from Opryland area after realizing it is only 5 minutes farther to downtown than the way overpriced Opryland letdowns. Wifi is fast and flawless as is cable TV. Long sites (I didn't have to unhook but some did.) Average or better space between sites. Right off HWY 65 so there is road noise. Laundry is good but workers tend to hog all 6 machines at the same time with only a few items in each and then leave clothes in washers for over an hour (more than once.) There is not always someone in front office but it remains unlocked. LP is not accessible to motorhomes to pull in. I gave an 8 rating because I was in Nashville for a few weeks and tried other parks and this is the best. On top of that it was the cheapest I could find with wifi and cable that is within reasonable distance to downtown (25 minutes from site to downtown parking).