Park is nice and clean with level graveled sites. Snowbird sites in the rear and overnighters up front. The park is near stores and gas stations. Easy on and off freeway. Office staff friendly and helpful. Dog walk did have burrs. We'd stay here again.
Park is good for a one night stay. Lots of cats running around the office and sites. Not strays as they appear to be friendly. We ate at the campground cafe and were not overly thrilled with the food. Pull-throughs enabled us to stay hooked up for the night. We'd stay here again.
A rundown park that is just for the desperate. Listed in Passport America and over priced at 50% (cash). Freeway noise never quiets down. It is an easy off and on and near a fueling stop. Several permanents that appear to have been parked for a long time. We won't be staying here again.
Once again we let PPA make our choice for us. You have unlimited stay here and now I know why. The only good thing about this Park, it does have FHU and is close to downtown (WWII Museum). The sites are small, but the owner lets you park wherever you want. There are rundown units that haven't moved in years throughout. You park yourself, put your money in an envelope, and push it through the hole in the door. The biggy at this Park is the train yard just across the fence. The trains are switching all night with noise that goes from the whistles to the screeching of wheels on the tracks. We won't be staying here again.
This Park is an easy on and off to US 90. Close to Avery Island (Tabasco Plant), Rice Mill and Plantation homes. TL has given a higher rating than I would. Site we were parked in was downhill and close to next door neighbor (he put up tent directly behind our back window). Laundry facility is small for such a large park (one of 6 machines was out of order). We had made a reservation and glad we did, as there are many long terms residents here. Staff was so very nice and continually working to clean area. Good grassy area to walk our dog.
Nice Park, away from highway noise and not far from on and off freeway. Recent rain had left water standing in the site where we were parked. It was impossible to get into the dog run because of mud and water. Rate reflects PPA. We would stay here again, but not without some discount card as it is very expensive.
Park is one of the nicest in which we have ever stayed. Directions from I-12 were accurate, easy to find. Staff so nice and friendly, most helpful with information on area. Spaces are wide, with cement base and ample parking for unit and vehicle. Shade trees throughout the Park. Grassy area everywhere for dog to walk, but Park has a great dog park. We used PPA for the two days that we stayed. We will absolutely stay here again.
The original layout of this Park would have given it a higher rating but by cutting the pull-thrus to add a back-in to double the spaces, it makes for a very weird Park. Elevated sewer hookups (about 8-10 inches from the ground level). Shared electrical boxes (with one 30 and one 50 amp plug-in) and with hose Y's for water hook ups make it very difficult for the second unit to set-up. It's a very clean and kept up Park and the grass is great to walk the pets. The laundry room (has two w/d) is very clean and reasonable. Management was so nice and helpful for local information. Our rate reflects 1 PPA and 1 GS and one winter rate. We would stay here again.
This Park is located in a great spot. We were in the area for Fall Pilgrimage in Natchez, MS and the Park is so close to everything. The rate reflects 3 nights with PPA and 1 night with GS. The grassy area is full of burrs so that's a negative. Their "cable" was laughable because the over the air antenna was much better. Price without any membership is very high. It's close to shopping and Wal Mart. We would stay here again but only with PPA.
We've stayed here several times in the past, mainly because we had been KOA members. The Park has remained consistent in care and overall upkeep. My only complaint is the burrs that are in the grass everywhere and get into my dog's feet. There is a great place to walk your dog but the burrs make it impossible to do so. We would stay here again if traveling this way.
We usually stay at one of the other parks in Willcox but decided to try this one. It was a good decision. The Park is clean and well kept. They have a huge dog run that is fenced and very clean. Owner checked us in and was pleasant. It is rather close to the freeway and you do hear noise until you close your door but it's not all that bad. Truly easy on and off I-10. We'd stay here again if traveling through.
We stayed for one night. Site was very short for us to remain hooked-up. Many long term or permanent residents. Area could use a good clean-up. Dog walk is County Road. This is a pet peeve of mine. If you allow pets, have a dog run! Freeway noise is loud, especially, on the front row where we were parked. We would return as it's probably the better of all the Parks.
Nice state park with long level pull-throughs. We noticed that cleaners were at restrooms/showers almost continuously. Trash bins were clean and area was picked up. This park is directly across the highway from a shopping center but it feels like you are out in the open with the mountains right behind you. Trails available for hikes. We stayed during off season so didn't make reservations but I'm sure they are needed during winter months. We'd stay here again.
Rate actually is $27 but they add $3 for electricity. This is a nice park now but is in need of some care before it gets run-down. Rotten fruit is all over the park. The very last unit (upon exiting) had a sign posted expressing their view of the President. If this is a work camper, management should address it. The park is close to I-10 and not far from shopping. Dog runs are available. We would stay here again as it is just a parking place for our unit while we shop.
This park is a nice clean stop for an over night stay. It has a unique registration system, you choose your own site, set-up and then during office hours (5PM to 9PM), they come around and register and collect. It worked for us just fine. One negative is the burrs in the grassy area that is the dog walk. The long pull throughs are graveled and a tad unlevel. We were there on a cloudy, cool day so lack of trees was not a problem.
After reading the existing review, we decided to stop here for a one night stay. This is without a doubt the worst park in the State of Kansas. We drove into it and the unkept units with the loose dogs made our decision to drive on to another park very easy. We didnot stay nor will we ever return.
A nice RV Park altho it is a little off the Interstate. The night we were there, it was Bikers and Bar-B-Q week-end. When I called to make a reservation, I was told there was nothing available. I was called back immediately and told that they would find a space for us. We only wanted one night's stay. All sites are cement pads with grassy areas between. The units that are longer staying are very well kept. A bit pricey for a one night stop over but we would stay again if in the area.
Nice Park for an overnight stay. Not that far off I-40. We had a gravel site that was actually pretty level. Free laundry and we were parked right next door. The entrance is rather rustic but the young ladies working at the desk are pleasant. Lots of grass to walk the dog. And the River traffic is so entertaining. We would return if in the area.
Office was closed when we got there. I tried calling the number but was sent to answering machine. Owner later returned call after we had parked. There is a secure gate that blocks off the sites and if one of the residents hadn't opened it for us, we would not have been able to stay. The sites are very unlevel and the buckets covering the water hook-ups are filthy. This place needs TLC and lots of it. We paid in the morning when the office opened at 9. We would not stay here again.
We had stayed at this Park before and enjoyed coming back. It is rustic but well kept. The sites are a tad unlevel but long enough to remain hooked-up. It's an easy on and off of I-40. A good place to walk your dog. We will return if in this area again.
This is a nice park that is close to all major sights. It is well kept and the grass was just recently mowed. Laundry is clean but pricey. Sites are gravel and fairly level. Water at the park had an unpleasant odor. Train is nearby but not really loud at the park. The lady at check-in seemed bored with her job and new arrivals. We would stay here again if in the area.
We found this park in the Passport America Directory, and it is no more than a field in the backwoods. The grass and weeds are 8-10 inches high. Upon our arrival we were met by the owner's wife in a car and the owner on his ATV with two loose dogs running beside them. It was late in the day and too far back to the freeway to leave. Two sad rundown RV's were in the middle of the field with pitbulls running loose. We will NEVER return.
This is an older park and could use some tlc. They have some perms that need to clean up their area. It is so well located to some of the local sights that it is a shame it isn't more attractive. The park roads are seriously in need of care and the garbage bins needed to be emptied. We would stay here again because it's the only campground in the area.
We had stayed here several years ago and the rates have really gone up. Such a nice park and well kept. They were mowing and trimming while we were there. The laundry room is one of the cleanest and most reasonable we have used. The desk clerk was rather rude to another camper while we were checking-in. He was fine with us. Easy off and on I-24. Good area to walk the dog. We would stay here again.
We stopped here for an overnight stay. Wide long pull throughs with gravel surface. Good distance between spaces. Some permanents, but fairly well kept up. Within walking distance to local pizza place. Friendly staff with wonderful friendly dog. Good area to walk your pet. We would stay here again.
This is a great City park for an overnight stay. It's quiet and fairly easy to find (just watch for the signs along the route). We were the only unit for the first evening and were then joined by another unit the second night we stayed. It's close to the Fort Scott NP and wonderful shops in downtown Fort Scott. The National Cemetery isn't too far. This is a great place to walk the dog. The locals use the park for walking, riding and playgrounds. It is patrolled by City police. We'd stay here again.
We stayed here for two nights while our 5'ver was being serviced. It's right on the corner of Santa Fe, so can be noisy. But for the price, the first two nights are free, we can't complain. Great place to walk the dog and yourself. Shopping just down the way. Restrooms are a short walk from the main RV sites. we'd stay here again if in the area.
This Park has large sites as long as it isn't crowded. When you have to use the sites side by side, they could become small. The one night we were there, every unit had one site to themselves. The whole Park is covered in gravel and is mostly level. The Park is very clean and well kept. Some sites have cable (for $1) more. Antenna TV is doable and Satellite is great due to the wide open spaces. Nice place to walk your dog at the end of the Park. We'd stay here again.
An adequate park for a quick over night stay. The Park is old and the sites are small. But we fit into our site and for the price with cable it is a bargain. I have MiFi with Verizon so don't need Wi-Fi at Parks. We have stayed at the sister Park on the other side of Grants and thought since we were going East, we'd just pull off the Interstate here. We'd stay here again.
We stayed for a week at this park and enjoyed the area. The river is within walking distance and stocked for fishing. Wi-Fi is extremely unreliable, but cell phone service was good with Verizon. Camp hosts were rather unfriendly with the exception of one. Owners very pleasant. We would probably stay here again if going through Colorado.
Nice park for a week's visit. Wi-Fi is terrible. If this is factored in with the price, they should give a discount. Nice clean laundry room. Managers are very nice. Several full season residents, but they keep their sites clean. Sites could use a sprucing up with some new gravel to cut the dust. We would stay here again if in the area.
We stopped here without a reservation on a holiday week. We got the next to the last pull through site and were happy to pay the price. This is a rustic campground with gravel roads and parking spaces. It was hot and everyone was running their a/c's. With only 30amps, it was necessary to watch your voltage meter carefully. We would stay here again if we were passing through.
This Park is a little expensive for a one night stay, however, it is one of the few Parks in the area. It's ran by pleasant Senior ladies that register you and park you with a smile. The dog run is grassy and they provide bags for pick-up. (So pet owners, please pick up.) We would stay here again.
We stayed for a month at this Park and enjoyed every day. The daily price reflects the monthly rate. The spaces are shady with grass that is well maintained. The owners are so helpful and friendly, willing to help in every way. We walked every place we needed to go, and rode our quad out to trails recommended by the owner. A very pleasant experience. We would camp here again, should we decide to return to Wyoming.
For a quick pull off on the freeway, this is an expensive park. Nicely kept and staff friendly. No cable TV but Wi-Fi available. They did provide a "snack shack" with hamburgers, etc. Easy return to I-80. We would stay here again.
We had covered parking in the employee area by reserving 3 months earlier. This is an ideal location for the West Valley. Dog walks are pleasant with available trails close by. We were within minutes of the Rally this year so were able to visit. It's very close to our daughter so another great selling point. We'll go back again.
We had stayed at this campground several years ago. The spaces were small but reading the ratings in the TL Directory we thought improvements had been made. Although, the ADOT construction can't be included in the review, the sewer smell, proximity to the freeway and again the small spaces can and should be included. We will not stay here again.
Nice park, but the road to get here is a small two lane residential street. Add to that a detour and it was not that great. They said they sent an e-mail telling about the detour but we hadn't checked since the night before. We aren't one of those that live by Wi-Fi. Park has pretty level sites and lots of shade trees. Good paths for dog walking. It was rainy while we were there, but gravel keeps roadway okay. Laundry was rather expensive. No phone service. We would stay here again.
We have stayed here before and it's a great place to stay. The sites are nice and the grounds are well kept. The dog run is great. The office staff is so friendly and helpful. Public bus stops at the entrance to the park and takes you to Metro station for trip into D.C. Office sells tickets so you can get senior fares. They have dog service in park that is so helpful for those of us that have pets. We would stay here again.
We used our PA for the first time at this park. We were almost the only campers in the park. Grassy spaces, long pull throughs and good area to walk pets. About 10 miles to Wilbur Wright Museum and 7 miles to Antique Mall, so we stayed two days visiting the area. We would stay here again.
We found this RV Park by goggling North Little Rock. The park is pretty full of construction trailers but we were parked in the overflow with water and electric. The location is about 5 miles from the Clinton Library. It's an easy off and on to I-40. Dog walking is not convenient as the road in front is busy. The owner has a good knowledge of the area and is very helpful.
We have stayed here before and it is sadly going downhill. It needs TLC. We had 30 amp and it was very weak. Noise from the Interstate was loud. Laundry was clean and reasonable. Office staff was helpful. This could once again be such a nice park with even just cleaning up the area.
Very nice campground with lots of shade trees and large sites. Laundry is clean and reasonably priced. Quiet in the evenings even tho it is fairly close to I-40. Only negative is construction equipment sitting around grounds. We would stay here again.
This park is under construction and renovation. When it gets completed, it will be nice to have a park between Santa Rosa and Albuquerque. It has potential. We had full hook-ups for the one night that we stayed. We would possibly stay here again.
We chose this campground as it was easy to find from I-40 and close to Memphis. It needs cleaning up but to be fair, they are doing some construction. It has full hook-ups with cement patio slabs if you can find them under all the pine needles. We probably would stay here again.
This park was just reopening from the floods that had occurred. It is located behind the Susquehanna Motel. The owner was in the process of laying new gravel on the sites and roads and rebuilding the showers/restrooms. The park is a great one night stay, just off the I-88, with fuel close by.
We have stayed here before and they just don't disappoint you. Our pull through site was great. The office staff is so helpful in getting you to Boston by metro, train or vehicle. They were so busy but had time to help everyone and show each RV to it's site. They sell bundles of wood that are just right for an evening fire. Wonderful place to walk a pet. Laundry is clean and reasonable. We will stay here again.
This park is an older one but allows pets. It has full hook-ups on grassy sites. It is so close to the Newport Mansions, that we were able to return to the RV for lunch and pet walks. The ladies at the office were wonderful in their information and directions. There is a Windmill Park about a block down that has walking paths. We would stay here again if we are ever back in this area.
Very nice, well kept campground. Roads leading back to CG are two lane residential and a little tight in places. Parking into our site was different than we had seen before:a drive-through but parallel to the road. Office staff rather indifferent. We would probably stay here again.
Nice Shady sites. Our back-in wasn't that level. Office staff was pleasant when making reservation and during check-in. Laundry was clean. Nice place to walk pets. Quiet in the evenings. We would stay here again.
This Park is almost in the middle of St Louis. It is convenient to the Arch, Coors, Museums, and Downtown area. The Office staff is familiar with every area and most helpful. Sites are paved as is whole area but they are open in Winter so probably necessary for snow removal. Pets can be walked outside the Park without worrying about traffic. We would stay here again.
Campground is well maintained. Each site has cement pad. Grassy area to walk pets. Permanents keep their sites mostly clean. Office staff was friendly when making reservation and checking in. We would stay here again.
This park has become so run down since we last stayed here. Price hasn't changed but there is no cable TV and no Wi-Fi. Spaces are so dirty with weeds not controlled. So many permanents with no care at their spaces. We won't stay here again. Sad, as this was such a convenient park to the freeway.
We stayed here two nights while traveling in this area. It's so quiet and pleasant. We were on an end site with water and electric and could look out the door to the rocks and sky. Great place to walk the dog and us. Probably gets crowded on the week-ends but there were available sites both with w/e and without. Camp host was informative about area. We would go back.
This Park is unique in the way it is laid out. Not row upon row but each site is almost a private area. The road into the Park is not the best but it's only a short drive from pavement. The owner s are very helpful and friendly. Not far from shopping areas and the old Silver City area. We would stay here again in a minute.
We were delighted to find this Park in the area. It's quiet, clean and easy in and out. We were here before the Summer regulars so were able to enjoy the quiet. Nice area for dog walks. We plan on going back next Spring and staying for a few days. Would camp here again.
Plain park with no frills. We were assigned to a site that had the sewer hose connection pulled out of the ground. Guess the guy before us got in a hurry. The office staff was quick to re-assign us to another site. Pet walk was ok. We would probably stay here again.
We stayed here for 3 nights on a quick trip to the Southern part of Arizona. It's an older park with a lot of permanent residents and snowbirds. It's near I-19 but also the trains, so you hear traffic and trains during the evening. They have a small enclosed pet run that is heavily used. We have stayed here before and will again. The office staff is very nice and when I called to make a slight change in our reservations, they did so willingly.
Only cash accepted and the sewer is a big issue. We stayed here due to the convenience of the location. Gentleman at the office said to walk the dog as little as possible on the park streets as they didn't want coyotes to come into the Park due to the dog "smell." OK, this was a new one to me. The pet walk was filled with garbage and weeds. They do stamp your receipt so you can receive a discount at the Dennys across the highway. We probably would stay here again in a pinch.
A blacktop parking lot with hook-ups. The plan is to pick your site, then go to the office (in the gas/market) and register. This is told to you as if you are stupid, but no information anywhere available. Pet walk is nothing but trash and weeds. Loose dogs that belong to the permanents, wander through the area. Probably wouldn't stay here again.
This is a pleasant campground that is back from the highway, located in a residential area. We stayed one night this Spring while on a short trip around SE Arizona. There was no set pet walk, but a short walk up the hill leads to an undeveloped area in the juniper trees that has some trails. Manager was very nice and available for any questions. A little pricey but not that many established parks in this area.
This RV Park is a dirt parking lot in the back of the Motel. The front row sites are 13 feet wide. The larger sites in the back two rows were filled with what appeared to be long term residents. We have one slide out and were so close to the unit next door that we could hear their conversations. In this part of Kansas, you are fortunate to have any full hook-up campground, so we were happy to put up with the small space for one night. We would stay here again.
This is a small Campground that is in the downtown section of Independence. It is close to the Truman Library and Museum and that is why we chose to stay here. The office staff is friendly and helpful both in checking-in and parking. They have cement parking areas that are adequate to handle bigger units without putting you on top of each other. The doggy run is a nice walk from the parking areas. You do get train noise and sirens but the convenience of location is offset by those. The directions in Trailer Life need to be followed to the letter to find your way in from the freeway. We stayed for two days and by the time we left, we found our own way out and back to I-70. We would definitely stay here again.
This Campground is out of the main roads and noise areas. We wanted to go to the Lincoln Presidential Library and the campground isn't that close to downtown Springfield. The sites are nice and graveled and spaced o.k. There had been a leak in the roof of the laundry and one machine was out of order. Actually looked like the leak had been going on for some time. We asked when we checked in if we could get an open site so we could set up out Direct tv. The staff was very accommodating and helpful. There is a nice doggy run with grass and shade. We would stay here again.
This Campground is located so ideally next to I-40 that it must fill every night. We arrived from Texas via US54 about lunchtime and there weren't many RVers parked, but by the evening there weren't any vacancies. It needs a little polish but is adequate for a night's stay. Office staff (one nice lady) does it all. The Wi-Fi wasn't the strongest at out site but cable TV is good. Dog run needs cleaning however: it's the same old story, sorry pet owners not picking up after their pets. We would stay here again without hesitation.
This is a delightful State Park near Effigy Monument Park. You can walk about three blocks to an overview of the River and Wisconsin on the other side. The Park was not crowded during the weekday but they accept reservations and those sites able to be reserved were all booked for the week-end. We stopped in the little town of McGregor and walked through the shops. This is an area where you can stay for several days and enjoy every minute.
This is a very nice park. The sites are wide and long pull-throughs. Shade trees at every site and grassy areas under the picnic tables. Clean and tidy in the office/store as are the grounds. Staff on duty was helpful and knowledgable about the city of Galesburg. We would stay here again.
This is a great park. Good directions in the TL to the park. Beautiful grassy long pull through sites. The Wi-Fi was down when we were here so don't know if it worked down the hill where we were parked. We would stay here again.
A nice park for an overnight stay. Laundry room is clean but only two washers and dryers. The office staff was helpful in parking us near the laundry. Security patrols the park continually. We would stay again.
This campground has mostly fulltime Summer residents. We were here in the late Summer, early Fall and they had 3 pull-through sites available and several back-ins. The office staff was rather indifferent to renting or not renting. Sites are close but nice and level. It is close to Bowling Green and Fremont (Hayes Presidential Museum). The laundry has cold water to wash and two washers and dryers. We would stay here again.
This is an overnight campground that is near the freeway and is noisy. The sites are large and fairly level. We were here in the late Summer so it was not crowded at all. It had good Wi-Fi. The frontage road to get to the campground is a dusty and rough road that leaves your units covered in a fine dust. The owner at the office was very pleasant. We stayed here because it is close to the Herbert Hoover Presidential Museum. We would stay here again.
We chose this park due to the rating in the Trailer Life 2009 and the fact that it was the closest to the Gerald Ford Presidential Museum. I am wondering if the reviewers have even been close to this Park. When we were connecting to the water and electric, we had to dodge dog waste, and the hook-ups were so far from where we were parked that it took all the length of the cord and hose to completely connect. The directions in the TL were only from the South and they are poor. The Manager said for me to write as he had been complaining to no avail. The Office area looks like a junk yard with old vehicles and stuff piled all over. We would never go back.
This is an adequate campground for an overnight stay for us. It appears to have some permanent sites that are rented for the full summer. Wi-Fi was $2 for 24 hours. The four pull through sites on the front row are very close together. The shade trees are lovely as is the pathway for walking. We would probably stay again for an overnight.
A nice little campground where campgrounds are scarce. It is listed in the Kansas Directory as having TV service but that has been deleted. They have great Wi-Fi. For the price, you won't find a better bargain. No restrooms or showers, so your unit must be self contained. Grassy spots that had just been mowed. It's a serve-yourself honor system.
This Park is easy to use. Has wide and level parking spaces. The office could use a spruce up. For the price it can't be beat: cable TV and good Wi-Fi and all the hook-ups. We found the instructions in the Good Sam Camping Directory to be out of date with the new bypass, however, one call to the office and they gave good directions. There's grass all around for walking pets.
We just pulled off the road into this Park. It's not the cleanest, nor fanciest but it will work for a one night stay. The Wi-F and cable were great. There are so many permanents that it is hard to say how many over night spaces are available. With a little work, this could be a nice Park once again. We would stay here again for one night going through the White Mountains.
We stayed here for one night on our way East. The restrooms are still under construction, but we always use our own. Office was very pleasant but didn't offer cable hook-ups (which are available on the back row). We have a small doxie and the Park wants you to walk pets outside their wall. This is the ditch to NM Hwy 1 and not acceptable. Their long term residents let their pets run loose and don't pick up after them. This is a pet peeve of mine. Not a bad park for a one night stop over. We'd use it again.
We stayed here for two nights and enjoyed the quiet area. Laundry room was clean, convenient and reasonable. Managers were very pleasant and helpful. Welcome for pets as well as humans. Not a lot of room for walking pet but we just walked around the block with ours. They have a grassy area for pets that is nice. We would stay here again.
We stayed here for two evenings. It is fairly close to Bodie Ghost Town. They have mainly Park model homes in their spaces and I'm sure in the summer you would need reservations. It's close to Convict Lake and Hot Creek (catch and release only). Mountains are beautiful around this area. Not a great place to walk pets.
Adequate RV park for a one evening stop. They have permanent residents that aren't so attractive. The cable is good and the managers are nice. Easy to locate from the freeways. We would stay here again.
This is one of those Parks that is only for a quick overnight stay. They don't accept reservations. Office staff was semi-friendly. I'm sure during the Winter months they are full but our stay made me want to wash the RV off when we left. The laundry room floor was covered with dead grasshoppers, as were the machines. We were just too far from home to complete our journey that evening or we would never have stopped. I'll not say we would never stay here again but hopefully, we would not have to stay here again.
We stayed here for two nights. The first space was so uneven that we staggered all evening trying to stay upright. We moved the next morning to a wonderful shaded site. This is within walking distance of the State Park and is absolutely worthwhile to visit. We watched the video in the museum and enjoyed the whole tour. Not a lot of people in the RV park as it was during week-day and school was in session. I'm sure during the Summer, this is crowded. Nice place to walk pets. We had a doe right outside of our front door, nearly scared our cat to death. We would camp here again during the Fall months.
Enjoyed our one night stay at this campground. Staff in office was pleasant. It was crowded when we were here as there appeared to be an RV Show with several display units on the grounds. They provide one 24 hour unit of free Wi-Fi. It is close to Sutters Creek and a wonderful little museum in Lone. Nice grassy area to walk pets. We would stay here again but probably for just one night as the price is a little expensive.
We stayed here three nights while we visited Sequoia National Forest and shopped Antique stores. The Park has a great dog run and they keep it nice. The railroad does run beside the Park but we didn't notice the noise all that much. We didn't have a reservation but had no problems. Staff was pleasant. Park has an exceptional map of the City that is wonderful to get to stores and streets.
This is such a rundown Park that the Trailer Life reviewers should be embarrased with the ratings that are in the book. The Saturday evening that we were there, some of the permnant residents were having a celebration with loud music. The streets are dusty and dirty. No maintance has been done to the trees or sites in forever. It was once a nice park I'm sure as the layout is excellent. One has to laugh at the "rules" when you see the permnant residents areas and un-leashed animals
We arrived at this Park during the lunch hour. The sign said to pick your space and register when the office re-opened. The sites are rather strange and you park nose to bumper with another unit or if they aren't full, you have the whole site. When we went up to the office, we were told that we'd have to move as that site was reserved. No barricades were in the entrance or exit of this particular site. We left.
We stayed two nights, nice park. They have a great dog run over by the dry river bed. Grass and trees at most spaces. They do have some residents but they are very well maintained. We stayed in our motorhome and would stay here again. This is easy walking distance to downtown and the great Museum.
We stayed two nights in this park. This mainly is a mobile home full residence park. No cable available where we parked. Owners very pleasant but probably would not stay here again. No place to walk your pet.
We stayed here two nights. They were two of the noisiest nights for sleeping that we have ever encountered. We were parked near the office, and the local street ran behind us. It never seemed to quiet down. The Park itself was clean with a nice dog run.
We camped here due to bad weather on I-40. Rain had made every site a small pond. Trying to connect electric while keeping out of water was impossible. Check-in is inside motel office. If drainage problem was corrected, campground would be a fine overnight stop. Close to freeway, so nightly noise is loud. Good WiFi.
This is a new Park, but such a future it will have if it continues the way it is now. The laundry is a dream to use. All new, clean machines within an air conditioned building that is kept as clean as the machines. The trees haven't had a chance to grow but should be great in a year or so. We stayed here on the week end going to Smoky Mountain Park. Pets can be walked down to the stream for everyone's enjoyment.
This little Park is a jewel hiding in the outback of Mississippi. It is so close to the River you can hear the tugs in the evening. The old Cemetary will keep you busy for hours reading all the history written there. An Observation Tower shows the area from above. We stopped here as we were driving The Natchez Trace in the Fall. Would stay here again and again. Great place to walk pets.
We stayed here for two days while visiting The Outer Banks. It is a very short walk across Highway 12 to the Atlantic Ocean. The park has it's own private beach. Close to Wright Bros Natl Park and shopping of all kinds. Manager very pleasant and helpful. Park has spaces with mostly permanent residents so reservations probably a good idea. Since this is not listed in Trailer Life Directory, it was a pleasant surprise.
We stayed here twice within a month. First time the desk staff was pleasant and accommodating. Second time was rude, surly and seemed totally ignorant of customer service. Park is old and sites are small but serviceable. Pet walk is a super grassy area, large and weed free for tiny paws.
This park is for a quick pull-off from the freeway, just to spend a night. Park Roads are bad and permanent campers are not that tidy. Park could use a good clean-up. Freeway noise is loud. Park is pet friendly but no place to walk pet. WiFi was good.
Some campsites sit on top of mound, directly facing hot afternoon sun. We had made reservation well in advance but were still parked in one of these sites. We have stayed here yearly for past 4 years. Dog run is extremely poor.
Stayed here for 6 weeks during the Summer Months of June, July. Walking distance to South Fork of Rio Grande River with Park stocking catchable sized fish. Hiking Trails and lake fishing very close. Owners are terrific. Pets welcome.