Spent three nights at Diamond Lake Resort. Some positive points: has a couple of nice free fishing areas, lots of shade trees, quiet campsites and reasonably priced. Some negative points: free Wi-Fi (very weak signal) you can pay for local Wi-Fi, some 50 amp sites were not level, pull through site next to our site was a constant drive through site used by cars, trucks, golf carts, people walking dogs and even RV's looking for their sites. We would of preferred a more quiet experience sitting in front of our RV plus our dogs were constantly uneasy about all the constant traffic. Most of the traffic came from year round residents with no regard to fellow campers. Might have been a better experience if we had not gotten that particular site. Not a lot of level 50 amp sites so we will not camp here again. Didn't mind the ducks walking through our site though.
I read the earlier reviews about this campground and I do not agree that this campground is that bad. You do have to take your time coming into the campground. I met the woman that runs the campground she was very nice and easy to talk with. Yes, there was no one around when we pulled into the camp ground. We spoke with another camper and he told us to pick out our own spot and someone would be around to collect our money. That is exactly what happened. The site we chose was a pull through, level, and easy to get in and out of. The site had 50 amp hookup, water and no sewer. The campground and the site we stayed at was quite and peaceful. The price we payed for the night was less than half than we would have payed for the award winning over priced Huntington/Fox Fire KOA just down the road. I do not know anyone who does not want to save some money when it comes to camping. When we are in this area again we will return to this campground.
We made last minute reservations at Heartland Resort. We stayed for two days. The park offers a lot of activities, but there appeared to be no real effort in the up keep of the park. The staff made little to no effort to be friendly. With some real effort this could be a very nice RV resort.
The things we liked about this KOA was the security, the general appearance of the park was well kept, and it was an easy to get in and out of. The things we did not like about this KOA was the rules were a little nit picky, their unwanted dog list was a little extreme, and the sites could use some leveling and grading. Overall it is a nice KOA. We would stay again.
We stayed at this park for three nights in April. We stayed on the front row at the river site. This gave us a beautiful view over looking the Mississippi river and a wonderful view of the Memphis skyline at night. The site was a level pull-through site on a long concrete pad. Definitely worth a visit. We will camp here again.
We stayed here for 3 days. The campground has live country music and a nice shopping area. All this is within walking distance of your campsite! It is very easy to get in and out of the campground. The campground is pet friendly. We have been coming here for the last ten years and we have never had a bad stay.
This a very nice and quiet park. Nicely landscaped and very clean. Clean restrooms and large showers. The large pull-thru level concrete sites are easy to get in and out of. The owner was very friendly and helpful. The campground is pet friendly and has a large dog walking area. The campground is close to Mammoth Cave National Park. We would definitely stay here again.