This is probably the best park to visit the Natchez area. It is fairly easy to get in and out. Our site was level. Be aware not all sites have concrete pads, some are grass. I downgraded for the following reasons. No WiFi, no cable, and we had to be careful walking the dogs due to stickers and fire ants.
I agree with other reviews - this is a great location for visiting the French Quarter. But I can not give a "resort" more than a 7 with the total lack of landscaping or lack of any architectural screening between sites. They have a nice paver drive way and brick paver coach pad. But not a single bit of landscaping. The bare unpainted concrete block wall makes you feel secure, but feeling like you are in a prison yard. With daily rates approaching 100 dollars I think a little better atmosphere is called for.
This site has the infrastructure to be a 9-10. It is certainly the best park to stay in when visiting the Big Bend National Park. Staff are helpful; sites are large. As stated by others this park is a part of a much larger complex. The complex has had multiple owners over the years and the RV park has been neglected in the past. It needs some TLC. The reason for the downgrade is due to 2 reasons. First, the Wi-Fi is not usable. Normally we don't make this big issue, but ATT and Verizon broadband will not work. We were virtually without PC communication for the 5 days we were there. Second, we had water heater issues and needed showers. The shower curtain torn and moldy. With TLC this could be a really nice resort.
I echo the previous review - finally a place to stay near Fredericksburg - We have been staying at Buckhorn when we visit Fredericksburg - but it is not very convenient. The other parks around here pack you in like sardines. This place is new and needs some time to mature- What we like the best is the sites are deep and wide - The roads and pads are crushed granite, in between the sites is supposed to be grass - needs to grow. We will come back this spring and summer.
We travel in a Class A motorhome, pulling a tow. The Executuve sites are perfectly accommodating for our vehicles; nice and wide, some with grassy areas, but are back-ins only. The park has a lot of nice, mature trees, which adds to the overall ambiance, but at the same time adding to difficulty maneuvering. We made reservations a couple of months in advance, and Executive sites weren't available for the length of time we wanted to stay. We kept checking with them periodically, and they were very accommodating in finally getting us a site that we wanted. The office advised us prior to arriving to go directly to our site, and then check in with the office, as office area is very tight. The Wi-Fi was a little weak, and we were disappointed that we could not use our convertible grill as a fire pit. Overall, park was maintained well, and was very conveniently located to Sedona. Check with office as to the best way to come in to town, as there is a lot of construction in the town of Sedona.
We stayed overnight here 5 years ago and would give the park a 9. This time we were disappointed in the condition. It needs a little TLC. The gravel roads and sites need to be resurfaced. It was raining when we got there. We and the dog had to fight muddy patches throughout the park. The park is very convenient and we will continue to return for overnight stays. If the park is re-graveled we would rate a 9.