This is a very nice clean RV park. The sites are a little tight (length wise) to get into for our 38 footer but not a problem. The width of the paved sites is generous with a wider spot for the picnic table. Plenty of room for all our "stuff". The space between the sites is ample and landscaped. The water pressure is a little low but adequate. I didn't use their Wi-Fi but used my own Verizon mobile Hotspot with good reception (G3). The cable TV is limited but we like to use the DirecTV dish any way. The beach is right across highway 98 from the RV park. There is not a lot of traffic on 98 so you can walk across or drive over and park at the roadside park next to the beach if you have a lot of beach gear. I don't know how crowded the public beach is in summer after school's out, or on the week-end as we stayed just on week days. The beach is very nice. We didn't use the pool or other amenities but they are nice. They have cabins too so we can bring "non-RVers" along with us. We will definitely return to this RV Park.
When we visited the park, the lake was rising and many sites were closed due to high water. The staff was a bit harried having to move people from lower sites to high ground and many were leaving to go back home. We were first told that the campground was full but we "begged" for a site as we were traveling and had to have a place to stay. They were very nice and found us a place. It turned out that so many people had left there were lots of sites available. With all of that, the park is very nice. Some of the sites were very tight for a 38' fiver but they let us find a site we could fit in. There were a lot of large sites but some were tight at the entrance because of stonework on each side of the entrance. The sites were level and very clean. I give them the highest rating for no sewer hookup, TV or Wi-Fi! The $10 rate was with Golden Age Passport. I don't know what the regular rate is.
We stayed at this park because is was all we could find in the area that had been reviewed and had big rig sites. We needed Wifi and needed a laundry, which this one had. It was raining when we set up so the site was very wet but dried up quickly after the rain. The staff was friendly. My problem with this park was the "laundry". There are two bathrooms each having a shower and a toilet & sink. One of the bathrooms had a washer dryer combo in it like they make for small apartments. The staff, who works limited hours, must turn it on for you when the bathroom is not being other wise used. You pay the staff and they turn it on during their office hours. There were some small (tiny) campers which used the bathrooms as their home away from home so I was not able to get my laundry done. I had to find a laundromat. This park is OK for overnight if you don't need the laundry. It is pretty tight for big rigs.
This was an overnight stay and not a good experience. It had rained earlier and the site was very muddy. The gravel was long gone from the site. Some sites had gravel and others had mud - -we got mud. The park is very crowded, like many KOA's, but this one exceeded the norm. When we left the next morning, we had to back our 38' fifth wheel trailer out of the site to leave the "pull through" site. We would not stay there again.
We stayed in the park for six nights visiting friends in the area. The park is run by the city of Crossett AR. We liked the park and as a previous reviewer said, if you like to be in the woods and quiet areas this is it. It is not heavily used, probably because it is not advertised. Even the people we know in the area did not know about it. We learned about it on this site. The park was clean and the city sprays for bugs. The Ouachita river is two miles from the camp ground and there is a boat ramp. I think most of the use was "permanent" residences. Many used an above ground septic tank arrangement. I have never seen that before. I recommend if you stay at this park that you camp far away from those sites. We would stay there again.
Interior roads are generally not paved but are in good condition. The park is kept very clean and neat. The staff is very friendly and the shade of the oak trees is great in warm weather. We stay here when we visit our grandchildren so we have stayed here a number of times. We try to stay in the area down by the river but most all sites are pretty level and many are paved. Present owners bought about three years ago and are continuously improving. Don't go by reviews more than two years old. (A good rule for any CG.) You should make reservation ahead as it stays busy particularly when the 'birds are flying north or south! There are some long term RV's here which detract a little from the "resort" image but they are not really a problem. There is a nice little park next door where you can walk down to the Ogeechee River if the water is not high. The water front at the CG is actually back water from the river with access to the main river. Access to Savannah is excellent via Interstate 95 or Hwy 204. Close to many food places but still in the woods!