There are two campgrounds in this park. We reserved a site on line. However, when we arrived and tried to set up, we couldn't level our RV even with six inches of planks on one side. The staff was very helpful and friendly. Even though the park was crowded, they found us another site that we managed to use. We stayed there two nights and enjoyed the park. I guess a large rig could get in, but it would be VERY tight. The pads were dirt and gravel, mostly dirt. South Carolina should spend some money on leveling the pads in this and other parks. It wouldn't hurt the environment a bit, and would definitely help the RVers who support the state's facilities.
Well run park with friendly staff. Wi-Fi was spotty. Park was crowded with large rigs. This campground is in Rossville, GA, not in Chattanooga, TN. Restrooms were VERY clean and so were the individual showers. Lack of drainage made park very damp and muddy. Pads were of crushed rock, but fairly level. Airport, nearby train switching yard, and I-75 made for noisy nights.
Absolutely beautiful state park located within a city. Access roads and sites are pretty narrow and tight. I don't think a large pusher could get into the camping area. We had a 26' travel trailer and had no problems. Some of the camp sites are closed. The park is being renovated and cabins are being built. The camp host(s) were friendly and did a great job of maintaining the area. The scenery is great and wildlife abounds. We saw deer and a flock of wild turkeys. Shopping is readily available in Lawrenceburg.
Isolated park, only one casino within walking distance, no Wi-Fi, staff cold and impersonal. Park was clean, well run, and everything worked. Across highway, Hollywood Casino offered RV spaces at $4.00/night. I don't know if they were comped or not. We already had reservations for three days, so we stayed at Sam's Town. Getting diesel beforehand is a good idea. Nearest Wal-Mart we could find was in Hernando, MS.
We stayed in this isolated park for four days. Since it's a national park, they accepted our golden access card and only charged us $9.50/night. The pads were blacktopped and fairly level, and the hookups were conveniently located. The roads into the campground were paved all the way from La. Highway 28. We rarely saw a ranger and the park was never over one-half full. The fishing is great. There are sites for swimming and even a fishing pier. There is a dump station located on the road into the park. The city of Alexandria is 19.1 miles away from the campground. We'll definitely stay here again.
After spending weeks in the woods, this was a welcome oasis. The personnel were friendly and very nice. As an added bonus, we were given coupons for a free breakfast at the Ameristar Casino. Delicious! Quiet, clean, and roomy describe this park. Wi-FI was quick and dependable. Cable TV was an extra added attraction and did not cost extra. We will definitely stay here again.
It is a bit isolated, but absolutely beautiful. Wildlife abounds. we saw wild turkey flocks and deer. The pads are level and easily accessed. Our rig totals 53 feet, and we had no problems navigating. The personnel were friendly and helpful. Our GPS routed us the "old" way and we were concerned, but once we entered the exact address, we found it immediately. Be sure to call ahead as all MS state park sites are by reservation.