Site 77 was horrible. The brochure says they're off the beaten path... try about 20 feet from constant Highway 265 traffic. I barely had room for my slide and the site was so unlevel I would have needed a pair of 20 ton jacks to do the job. You really can't call the site gravelled, it's more like minature boulders, weeds, and stones. Once we hooked up to the water (and brushed the cob webs away from the handle) a brown sewery smelling water came forth. I was later advised that this was because it was well water. After running it through for about 10 minutes and picking up a water filter at Wally World, the water finally cleared. The site was a joke as I could barely get my tow vehicle into the site. Once my awning was extended I had about 3 more feet of useable space next to the trailer (the bad grade of the site got much worse then). The hookups were right against the road and barely allowed for the extension of the drivers side slide out. The "fire ring" was basically a BBQ pit thrown on the side of our site/hill, never used will tall grass growing in it. I will never return to this God awful place. Thankfully, we only slept there and were able to keep the chiggers and mosquitoes from carrying our small children off. Having said all that, I must say the staff were very friendly and if I could have stayed in their general store (which was actually level) it might have been a nicer experience. The fact is, the staff and office condition is the only reason they don't score lower in my book. Having stayed at Wanderlust in Eureka Springs (A very nice place), I was probably more spoiled than I would have been. However, I've stayed at enough RV parks to know a dud and bub this was a dud.
Wanderlust was simply amazing. Great service, friendly staff, and a beautiful location. We stayed next to the pavillion with the large round stone grill that they would light nightly for the RV'ers use and took full advantage of it. After staying at Wanderlust, every other place has been a let down. If you're near the Eureka Springs area, you've got to put this park on your list.