This is an older park that needs some maintenance. That said, the staff was very friendly and helpful. The park is just off a very busy freeway, but the noise level inside the rig was very quiet. This park is the closest one to downtown and is right on US287. This is not a vacation getaway park, but if I am coming through Amarillo and need to stop over for a night or two, this would be the park I would choose.
Still really like this park and the staff. The 8 comes from what the weather left. Had rain all week and the drainage around the site was almost nonexistent. Mud everywhere. I feel certain that when I come back next year for the Motorcycle Rally, the staff will have fixed that problem.
What a wonderful campground. We came up for the Red River Motorcycle Rally, and stayed for an extra three days. The campground opened an additional 15 back-in sites, some of them backing up to the lake. The staff are wonderful folks. They couldn't do enough for you. Monda and Bill, the owners are just wonderful. I caught two good sized trout from the lake, and saw several others catch as well. We will be staying there again next year, for the Rally. The only reason I didn't give a 10 was the wi-fi. For most of the week, it was non-existent. Bill and the office staff told me that it was spotty, and that they were having trouble with their provider, so I didn't expect much. The rate for the Rally is $50/night. This is a holiday rate, the usual rate is $37.
The best thing about this park, is its location. If you are visiting the Bartlett, Germantown area, it is the only camp available. Other than the location, there is no reason to stay here. It is a flat open field with mud if it rains, RVs packed close together, and NO trees or flowers. The view is your neighbor eating at his table. The campground host is at best surly. We have stayed here twice, because of location. On both occasions, there were sites available that were not either mud or between two other RVs. We were told that those were reserved. Nobody ever came in to any of them.
Rate is for the Motorcycle Rally weekend. As stated in other posts, it is a gravel parking lot with spaces marked for RVs. The owners bought the park in Oct 11. Nice Folks, helped with parking, which was a bonus. The park doesn't have a lot of room to turn a 40' 5er. We were backed up to the river, and enjoyed hearing it gurgle. Humming birds all over the place, a big baseball field across the river to let the dog run. Not much in amenities, but a great place to stay. We will be back next year for the rally.
We stayed in the Big Rig pull through section. Great site, shaded, but plenty of space for our slide outs. Pull through sites were easy to line up in. We were directed to our site by one of the staff in a golf cart. Great service, great park. This is our preferred park in the Dallas area.
Difficult to find. Office is closed on the weekend. Power system is hard to figure out, you have to switch on your post from a different post. The best thing that can be said for this park is that it is in the middle of greater Memphis. We will probably stay there again when we visit family in Memphis.
Called from the road about 19:30. No answer on the call, but an immediate call back. Owner took our name and met us when we pulled in, even though the office was closed. Very friendly folks. All gravel park, but shaded with BIG trees. Quiet with very little highway noise. Restroom and showers were very clean, and should be used as an example of what an RV park restroom should look like. I will be staying there again, when we go visit the grand-kids.
Quiet shaded campground with very little road noise. We pulled off the highway with out a reservation and had our choice of pull through or back in. Very friendly folks in the office. Rate was $24 for water/electricity. Only stayed one night but will probably stay there again when we travel north to see grand-kids.
This is family friendly RV park with plenty of things for children and adults. The showers are worth the coming for. There is a community fire pit, with firewood available, horseshoes, fishing in the Blanco river, and best of all it is quiet. If you are looking for bright lights and lots of activity, don't come here. If you are looking for quiet, blue skies, stars at night, and friendly people, this is your place.
Small campground one mile from Arizona State University. Very well kept. Sites were well laid out, and had good parking for both tow vehicles and visitors. Small problem with Wi-Fi at our site, but manager said that they were installing a repeater to fix it the week after I left. Office staff were very friendly, and quite knowledgeable about the area. We needed some repair work done, and the office had a box of business cards for all types of services. Their recommendation was quick, inexpensive, and did good work. Stayed for a week and had a great time. This will be our place to stay when we come to the Phoenix area to see the grand kids.
The closest park to Bryce, but still ant farm camping. The spaces were not level, and didn't have fire rings. There were supposed to be shade sites, but the trees were few and far between. I would stay there again, but just because it is the closest to Bryce.