The sites were large and gravel, but very level. The price was a little high, but this park had better reviews on this site than another near by. The fence has a gate so you can walk to Graceland ticket office/shopping and is right behind the Heartbreak Hotel. If they had cable TV, then I would feel better about the price. Otherwise I think you're paying for convenience, which is why we stayed a second time on our way back through Memphis headed home. We received our Good Sam discount.
Camp host on site was very gracious. The sites are back in only, but we had no problems with our 27' travel trailer nor did my parents in their 42' motorhome. Sites were paved and level and amenities were easy to hook up to. We shared a power supply box with our neighbors, which wasn't a problem and our cord reached just fine. Very quiet. The laundry was very clean with magazines to read (many current within past few months), television, and books left by other campers. I was shocked that it was only .50 to wash and the same to dry! That was probably my favorite part. Domino's delivered to us in the park and we had a nice time. Note: they don't take reservations. It's a first come/first serve basis. They do have overflow with no amenities, but lots of room. We wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.
We enjoyed our stay at this park very much. The guards at the gates were very helpful with directions since we came into a gate that wasn't near the RV park and were new to the base. This is the newer of the two RV parks Redstone has. The spaces were pull-through, paved, level and large enough for our 27' travel trailer, tow vehicle and the picnic table to remain on the pad. Commissary and exchange are both really close by. There is a fenced in dog run area with fake fire hydrants and a doggie water fountain. They are also gracious enough to provide bags to clean up after your dog, but many previous dog owners chose not to use them. The laundry facilities were clean and had four washers and dryers. Was $1.00/load to wash and same to dry. It was very quiet. Never saw the camp host, but there was a fifth wheel labeled host. The folks in the MWR office seemed a little bit not-quite-together when it came time to take my reservations, but we got to the site number they gave us, set up and never had an issue. All hookups were well-placed and worked fine. We would definitely stay here again.
We chose to stay here based on reviews I found on this website as sort of last minute stopping point. I called the office, which was closed for New Year's Day, but they left details on their voicemail with regards to finding lots that were available, how to pay, etc. when we got here. We arrived around 7:30 pm in the dark and pouring rain. Our lot was packed gravel and only a little unlevel. There were huge rainstorms that dumped tons of rain everywhere, so, of course, the ground was soggy, but we still had very little issue with setting up. This is still part of sandhills of South Carolina and sand was present and very, very wet, so don't be shocked about that. Amenities (water, sewer, etc.) were well placed and we had no trouble connecting. Since it was dark, we couldn't tell too much about the park, but when we left this morning, there appeared to be several permanent residents, but they were no bother to us. It is behind a flea market, which we did not visit, but that shouldn't be a deterrent. I'm not sure we would stay here for weeks on end for vacation, but we would certainly stay here again, for a day or two, should we find ourselves in need of an RV park while in the area. Very accessible from I-20 and I-26. Never spoke with hosts/owners, so I can't comment on that or the bath/laundry facilities as we didn't use them.