We stayed for the Thanksgiving weekend. There was only a back in site, but it fit our 37 feet,and very easy to back into, and was the most level site we have stayed in in quite a while. Interior roads are terrific 2 lanes. The hook ups are placed correctly, no extensions needed. We were in the newer area of the park and the satellite had no problems. The rec rooms (there are 2) each had TV's that would pick up all the local stations and satellite (nice because our coach doesn't get local, and we wanted to catch one of the football games). There is a train that passes during the night and early morning. This park is convent to major shopping malls, WalMart type stores, and the town has wonderful antique and specialty stores. Staff at this park was friendly and respected your privacy. There are only 2 mobile homes that are kept up very well, and it seems as though there are winter Texans. This was a wonderful park and we will stay here again should we be in the area.
We camped here in a 37" motorhome towing a car trailer with our car on it. There was plenty of room to park the coach, trailer and car at our site (#50). We had a reservation for the week prior to Memorial Day weekend and were glad we did as the Point campground stays booked, highly recommend reserving your spot. There is no formal check in process and the park office is located in the town of Sulphur. The day we left the park host did visit the neighbor who pulled in the night before, but did not check on us the day we arrived or any time during our stay. The park is VERY well maintained, sites are level, mature trees prevented our satellite to receive, but was worth it to keep the heat off the coach.
This campground has so much potential and is under new management, so there is much promise. We paid for a full hook up site, plugged into the 50 amp plug but only received 30 amps. Trains only run on week ends and were told to pick our own site, so we moved, 3 times to be able to receive 50 amp service. The site we were in was the least of tall trees, thus were able to use the satellite. The pull through sites are barely that, all on a half circle type of pad and you have to be careful of the large trees pulling in.
Absolutely wonderful park. Very well shaded so the satellite couldn't come in. The historical factors here are well worth the stop. Caddoan Mounds is very close by and has a great visitors center, a must see. The sites were a bit tight, but did accommodate our 36 ft of class A. There was little maintenance on foot bridges going on and will be fantastic when they're finished, the trails to walk are great, mowed and clean.
We stayed at this park because of a local country music concert going on. The park is very well set up for any type of festival, as the stage is set up in the bottom of what they call the "Crater". The sound effects were very good and viewing was great from anywhere. This campground hosts events like this regularly, so if you're just passing through for a night call ahead and find out if there is something going on, as there are biker type rally's with adult only themes going on once in a while. Sites were fairly level, and the shaded areas are set off to one side. The owners are terrific, friendly, and helpful.
The shade trees are growing. Sites are very level gravel, the park road is black top. Sites are a bit close if parking a tow, picnic table is next to to neighbor's hook ups. Location is about 10 miles out of Hot Springs, but the road to get here is direct. Fantastic club house with great views and a huge wrap-around porch. Has a nice, short walking trail (pet friendly). A very clean park. We will definitely stay here again.
This campground is the closest to the Crater of Diamonds State Park. There is abundant shade trees, which is nice for the summer heat, but our roof mount satellite could not get a signal. The hosts are very nice and knowledgeable of "rock hounding." The gift shop was very well priced and allowed us to bring home all the goodies we were hunting for. Only downfall is that the park could use a little TLC on the landscaping, which aged the appearance. Sites were very level.