Limited 50 amp spaces - had to go with a 30 amp. Great wifi connection. All pull throughs. Spaces tight and somewhat cramped - had to do some adjusting to get the awning to avoid being blocked by a tree. Slide out on one side hung over a foot or so in the neighbor's area - but the spaces are slanted which helps out. Very small patio for small picnic table and either you move the table and use that for a sitting area or there's no place to sit out lawn chairs. Well run place, clean, good store and responsive staff. Great for a jump off space to the tourist traps. If you are expecting a lake type lot with a lot of room and privacy - this is not it. And - there is drag racing on Friday night that can be pretty loud. Overall, good experience.
Excellent site and wonderful, helpful owners. The site doesn't have bathrooms, so you must be self-contained. Appeared to be a lot of permanent campers meaning few sites are available. Best wireless internet access I've had in my motor home. Pads are carved out of the side of a hill but are level and adequate. The main drawback to this site is that there's not a lot to do in Scottsboro and Huntsville is 45 miles away. Great place to stop for a couple of days, but not for a long vacation.
Overall, this was a disappointing site. I had to move twice before I could get two slides to open due to the sites being very narrow. Very little room between sites. Good place for a nightly stop over but not a good place to stay three or four nights. Wire internet access is available but speed was at a snail's pace. I stayed about 50 feet from a drainage ditch with standing water and the mosquitos were every where. I was working on the ground and about 12 were landing on my hand - and what's worse, two cases of West Nile virus in the area. The managers here were friendly and the place well maintained, but it has its drawbacks. If staying in the Memphis area, I'd look for something else.