Clean park, level, gravel parking, spacious sites, full hook-ups, owners very helpful and nice. Wi-Fi Verizon card excellent! Good location to see the Bosque Reserve, El Camino Royal, and Fort Craig. The park is located across the street from a train track with loud, long, horn-blowing trains during the day and night.
What a nice KOA! We traveled to many over these beautiful United States, and this was outstanding. Easy on and off to Interstate, great pizza plus clean, friendly, pull-thrus, free WIFI, full hook-ups, cable TV, just a nice, nice place for our 35' motorhome. We will stop here again across the country.
This was a great campground! Within 15 minutes of downtown Des Moines. Lots of great birding, and beautiful wooded area. Cement pads, full hook-ups, great TV reception, off and on Verizon MiFi (maybe it was our card), and the Park Ranger couldn't have been nicer. Never met the camp host. They do have a dump station and sites with just electric. All in all a nice place to use as a base camp for Des Moines and surrounding areas.
This campground needs some serious attention and upgrades. The gravel roads are potholed and weeds growing everywhere. The grass was coming up in the gravel sites, just a mess! We did have 50 amp service, and water although antiquated faucets, they worked. The grounds were littered with misc wood and metal, and the outbuildings had broken windows. In our opinion, it was expensive for what you get, although after having said all of that, it was close to the town and sites in Hannibal. The Verizon Mi-Fi worked slowly, and the TV reception was good. No discounts of any kind.
Babler State Park was just great and if it had water at the site it would be perfect! We used this as our base camp to go back and forth to St. Louis. There were many spigots for water located around the campground area. There was a dump station and 50 amp service at our site. A wonderful Visitor Center. The park itself is large and beautiful. We plan on stopping there again for our future visits to St. Louis.
Reelfoot Lake State Park was an overnight stop for us, but what a nice campground and beautiful Lake. Our Verizon MiFi worked well, TV reception with an antenna would bring in a couple of channels. Water, electric, at your site with a dump station as you exit or enter the park. The camp host was friendly, and helpful! The park camping sites were level, and previously we had read other reviews that said 35' was the largest they could accommodate, however that is not the case. There were much larger rigs than our 35' motorhome parked easily. I am sure it is a great place for fisherman being so close to the Lake. It was quiet and a nice place to visit.
Pickwick Landing State Park was a real gem. We had read the previous reviews; trains, and foul smells from a pulp factory, along with uneven sites were mentioned. We decided it would still be a good spot (for us) to stay while touring Shiloh and Corinth Civil War sites. The train was nonexistent, no foul smells (to us anyway), and, yes, the sites were not very level and in disrepair. We were able to find a semi-level spot and use our auto levelers to finish the job. TV reception was great, our Verizon MiFi card worked great, water and 50 amp service, with a dump station as you drive out of the park and quiet as can be in a beautiful wooded setting with the Inn and Lake within walking distance.
The park itself was very pretty. The trails and picnic areas were great. The campground sites were very close together and over the weekend it became overcrowded with RVs, trailers, tents, boats, and cars parked anywhere and everywhere. Don't believe the "strictly enforced" quiet hours. It just didn't happen and did not appear to be monitored at all.
We loved this park! Loved the town of Eufaula and the historic homes and charming town. We camped in the Barbour Campground as we wanted more quiet than the full hook up sites near the lake. We had 30amp service, water, and there are dump stations. We did get some TV reception. Our MiFi Verizon card worked great. Great for relaxing, bird watching, and exploring. The Wildlife Refuge was an easy drive from our site. The laundry did have some new washers and dryers - very inexpensive to do laundry. We understand from talking with folks, the State Park has recently completed many renovations. We enjoyed a large easy back in site.
In previous reviews it was indicated the roads needed repair. These repairs have been completed except for a small part of the loop in the campground. The park was wonderful, and the camp hosts were excellent - very friendly, helpful. We rented a canoe, saw some alligators and beautiful scenery. Did some birdwatching. A great experience at Three Rivers. We had plenty of room on all sides.
We stayed at this campground while our new RV was being prepared for delivery. The facility was wonderful, in our eyes expensive, but then again, they do have many features offered. After we purchased our new RV - it became very inexpensive as the site was paid for by Lazydays. This is not a place we would stay just traveling around. We feel it is set up mainly for those who want to purchase, or need repair services. We especially liked Cafe Exit 10 - it had great food!! The previous reviews are accurate as far as site sizes, and towed car parking. We had Wi-Fi however it was not always available. We found the staff to be friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable.
The campground was really wonderful. The bathrooms and showers were very clean, and in great shape. The only negative would be the train! It came through, blew the horn - and the train sounded as if it was right in our bedroom. This happened frequently - during the day and night. If it wasn't for that, we would have given it a higher rating.
Wi-Fi ONLY at the fishing bridge. Clean, spacious sites, quiet however we were the only camper in our loop. It appears to have nice hiking trails, good boating and fishing but we did not take advantage of those amenities.
Very friendly and helpful staff! Some highway noise but otherwise a good place for a one night stay. However be prepared to be very, very close to your neighbor especially if you have your slides extended.
This was a nightmare! The "check in person" gave us a spot to camp and when we found it there was someone already in it. He the offered us two other sites that were inaccessible and neither was a pull through. I went to get our money back and another camper was also leaving, they stopped us and asked if we were staying at this place. They had the same experience we did! The majority of the units were extended stay!
We stopped here for one night in our motorhome so our review will be limited in scope. We are in the off season and had a large site with electric, facing the lake - all to ourselves! In season It is meant for two camping units. The water had been turned off for the winter. After driving around the park for some time due to the confusing signage, and equally confusing price structure we located a camp host who did not come out of his trailer to talk with us but was able to let us know where we could camp, and how much the fees were. After getting settled in, it was a nice, quiet restful place.
Charming RV park with a peaceful setting except for the trains! We called the local police department to inquire if the trains ran during the night. He confirmed yes they did so with blowing train horns we made the decision to leave! Beware of the train noise you are so close to them you can actually here the tracks rattle.
My wife specifically called ahead to inquire regarding train noise. A woman assured her there was a train but it was 2 miles away and you could not hear it unless all of your windows were open or you were outside. We were in our motor home with all of the windows closed and our heater on. We would stronger NOT recommend this place!