We actually ending up "NOT STAYING" at the park. We had called and made reservations. We were coming from the west on alt US 72. The first problem encountered was that we had to go past the park and make a difficult "U" turn. As soon as we turned into the drive to the RV park, we encountered problem #2. We could see the RV park about 150 yards down a narrow asphalt drive. In the 15 years we have been RVers, I have never seen a road with as many pot holes. You could not drive over 1MPH and still had to try to miss them. Mission impossible. When we got to the park, all sites were small and close together. This is a Fish Camp with some RV spaces. The camp host was friendly enough, but this was not what we expected, and decided to leave. The trip in, and out took almost 30 minutes including a few minutes of conversation with the host.
Very nice park. Easy in and out. The park owner is on site and very friendly and helpful. Don't hesitate to use this park for any size RV, or 5th wheel. There are some pull throughs, but all sites have plenty of room. Good food at great prices at a restaurant on US72 about 1/4 mile away. Walking distance to Al Music Hall of Fame. Only 10 or 15 minutes to birthplace of Helen Keller(don't miss this). Only drawback to an otherwise fantastic park is all sites and drives are crushed rock. It is well packed, but a little difficult to walk on. WI-FI is great and it also has cable TV at each site.
The owner was very friendly and accommodating. There is no cable TV and very few spots where a satellite would get a signal. She placed us in a spot where we could get a signal and also near the building where the Wi-Fi router was located. The Wi-Fi signal was weak and kept dropping off. This is truly a campground, not an RV park. There were a few pull-throughs, which are short, and you would still have to unhook. Roads are very narrow, with small branches hanging down. I said all of this as information, not complaining. It is a nice little campground for a family outing.
This park is very easy in, and easy out. Clean and well maintained. Wide and long gravel pull through sites available. Owner/staff is friendly and helpful. Cable TV is being installed, and should be available within 7 days. Wi-Fi is available, a little weak, but usable. All hooks are conveniently located. Sewer connection is at ground level (yeah). We would stay here again. Several discount programs honored.
Friendly staff. The park is lay-out of the park is excellent, with all pull through sites. The sites are a little narrow, with some having large pieces of concrete (used to be part of a road, stripes still on them) laying on the ground, with about 8-10" above ground. We have a bus with a front door, and they were not positioned so that we could use them as a patio, and have their hook-ups positioned close to the location on the coach. The drain is also about 10"-12" above ground level. OK, the negatives are out of the way. Excellent cable TV, and strong Wi-Fi.
We called and made reservations several days before. We asked if they had a pull through which would accommodate a 40' rig, and tow car. The answer "YES". The reality "NO". We had to unhook to even be able to park. RVs were packed like sardines, with narrow drive ways. We also asked if WiFi was available at the site. The answer "YES". The reality "NO". The signal was low and speed was terrible. We had planned to stay two nights, but left after one. Would not recommend this park and would not go there again.