This is a nice park that's not far from I-20 but far enough to not have to contend with the highway noise. It's a little hard to locate, but if you just follow the signs rather than your GPS you should easily find it. Other than the dirt roads which create dust when the wind blows (it was howling during our stay), this is a great place and would be nice for a few days for a family. There's a pool and a fenced playground. Staff are friendly and helpful. The rates are reasonable.
Just a word of caution for those wishing to use this campground. It's difficult to locate and is useful for only an overnight stop. Sites are old and not well maintained. They are merely small, uneven strips of dirt/gravel bordered by small strips of grass. Campground staff seem to try to keep things maintained as best they can.
This is not an RV park, rather a former RV park that has been converted to a trailer park. We were the only "camper" in the park for two days. All other residents were semi-permanent living in what appeared to be a trailer park equipped with former FEMA emergency housing trailers. We had reserved a two-night site via the Internet and paid in full in advance. Upon arrival the campground manager was not available, but her husband told me to pick any available/open site and set up. All sites are located on an asphalt parking lot and space lines are painted on the surface. W/E/S hookups were okay and conveniently located, but, contrary to the Web site, there was no cable TV and no Wi-Fi service. Residents threw trash on the ground waiting for someone to pick it up, and they placed pieces of furniture outside of their rental trailers. It was not a pretty sight. RVers should not stay here.