We arrived with another party-- both traveling in motorhomes-- during a strong rainstorm. Most sites were flooded and the power/water/sewer connections were underwater. Once the rain stopped, we attempted to hook up. Of the six sites available, only one had useable power-- 30 amp only and only one site had a functioning sewer connection (all the rest were filled with dirt and totally plugged up). The other motorhome traveling with us hooked up their sewer and water at one site and their 30 amp power at another site. We dry camped for the night and then we both left in the morning (although we had planned to stay for three nights originally). The lady in the office was very nice and only charged us $10 to dry camp for the night. We camped here in a 40 foot motorhome. We will not return. FYI: The entire campground is for sale and the sign has it listed at $195K. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very small park owned by one of the local wineries, but it's a mile or so from the tasting room. It's very convenient to the heart of Arkansas wine country. This is a no frills, small park but the utilities work fine and it's convenient to I-40. The sites and roads are gravel but they're level in an otherwise very hilly area. All 12 sites are identical pull through sites, plenty long enough for our 40' RV. No shade, no amenities, just well taken care of and convenient. We camped here in a Motorhome.