This is not a resort! Narrow built up gravel pads; No showers; no pool; no sewer hookups; Owners dogs bark at all times; state park and other RV parks are nicer and closer to town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean. Sites are gravel, level, well spaced with easy access. Water and Electric within a few feet of the pad, some 50 amp. Picnic table and grill at each site. Free Wi-Fi worked well. Centrally located for all attractions in the area. Owner very friendly, knowlegable, helpful but not overbearing. Rest rooms very clean. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Fantastic park! Clean, well-ran establishment in a most relaxing, spacious wooded setting. All amenities are new and modern, and the Lady owner is one of the most hospitable and knowledgeable people you'll ever meet! She has a sparkling demeanor and cheerful smile that is guaranteed to brighten your day! With shuffleboard, horseshoes and disc golf, your enjoyment is assured. The wife and I both give this place a "Double-Thumbs-Up"! We camped here in a Motorhome.
New park with level and spacious sites. The owner is a woman of all abilities. She fixed the electrical cord for one of our fellow travelers while we parked. Much cleaner and nicer than any of the other parks in Murfreesboro. Only one mile North of town on Hwy 19. Address is 1902 Hwy 19 N. Easy in and out. Good utilities and good service. Even if full this would be the place to stay. Did we mention that the owner is super nice and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice place at the only open to the public diamond mine in the US. We enjoyed our stay. The amount per day is as best as I can remember. Very large sites, each with a separate tent spot and table. All sites are well maintained. If you are in the area, also go to the Indian Village near town. It is both educational and fun. You can look for arrowheads, which I did find two. We would stay here again and might even try diamond mining again. We may get lucky next time, no diamonds this time. Oh well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a state park that is unique because it is in walking distance to the only diamond mine in the U.S. Easy in and out, room for slides and awning, plenty of space between sites, lots of trees which means that satellite reception may be a challenge. Neat water park for the kids. I like this campground a lot, it is rustic and very relaxing. We will camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a new facility for camping, the sites are various lengths and ours easily accommodated our 42' motorhome with toad. Sites are paved, back-in only, have a paved area with picnic table and grill, and an additional paved area to provide the base for a tent. Most sites are wooded, so satellite reception is a problem as is over-the-air reception. Wi-Fi is provided but did not work well except in the parking lot by the check-in facility. We had to go to the parking area which was a higher elevation for our smartphone hotspot to work also. Staff were helpful; diamonds were not found, but everyone should try it once. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This state park is one of best run park we have ever been at. Very clean, well maintained. Pave streets and paved back in sights. If you enjoy digging for diamonds this is the place to be. We tried but it was to hot and will return when the weather is a little bit cooler. We were able to get satellite coverage, it took a little while to find a signal. We have Direct TV. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for a week and we were very sad to leave. At first I was not that impressed because the sites are very close together, there was no internet and the cell service was awful. But that was pretty much the only bad things. We had a ball. The park was clean, very pretty, people were so friendly, and overall it was a very nice experience! It was about 3 minutes to Murfreesboro, where there was a grocery store, Dollar General and washateria. (The campground laundry was down for remodeling.) I will recommend the campground, but the digging for diamonds was a joke: like finding a needle in a haystack! Our 8 year old twins had a blast!! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I guess your review depends on what you expect. Yes, the sign-in is weird. Park in the RV lot then go to the visitors center to register. This allowed us to see the exhibits and collect info for the next day of diamond hunting. No laundry was a major pain, but we'll live. Showers were big and wonderful after a day at the mine. Wi-Fi was very sketchy but a surprise for a state park. No TV reception, so we watched DVD's. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground demonstrates how spending large sums of money handled by state employees will lead to no good. This campground was recently upgraded with asphalt pads, roads, restrooms, etc. but 90 percent of the sights are angled the wrong direction (riders side backing). Arrived at the check in station and the only visible sign for RV parking was a quarter mile away. Later saw tiny lettering on the curb next to the building for RV check in. WI-FI never worked but probably only needed resetting. Desk said Saturday they had called for WI-FI repair on Tuesday. Apparently no follow up. Had a large nail run in my trailer tire at the RV parking area. Went to use the laundry and found a sign on the door that it is under repair. No prior notice. Absolutely no TV reception. Could have been a great campground but poorly run. We will not return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Each site has black top level pads with concrete pad under new metal picnic tables, fire ring, charcoal cookers and separate level tent pads. Poor cell phone reception and marginal direct TV reception. Friendly staff. We will return to this camp ground again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Spacious full hookup sites. Lots of trees, picnic table and grill at each site. Unable to get any television reception or satellite and poor phone reception with both Verizon and ATT. Wi-Fi available but intermittent. Rate was with senior 25% discount. Might return for short visit if in area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park, off main roads so little noise. Roads paved, each site has fire pit, BBQ grill, pole to hang lantern, cement pad with table. Sites are big, area between sites are natural, with lots of trees. Satellite could be a problem, some openings. Gravel between table and RV pad. Power, water are good. Cell weak (AT&T). Some recycling. For a fee you can dig for diamonds. Rental equipment available. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This state park campground has wide, asphalted sites in a tall pine and oak tree setting. Some sites have additional patio space. Hookups are newer and work well. The bathrooms have been renovated also since our last stay and are tiled and modern. Staff was helpful with site reservation: also called us when a different site was available so we could lengthen our stay. The campground has a connecting trail to the Little Missouri River which is handicap-accessible, and also a nice wide trail connecting to the park's visitor center. We would certainly stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful state park. The campsites are level with new pavement, nice hook-ups and lots of shade trees. There is a metal picnic table, tent pad, fire ring, lantern holder and concrete pad at each site. The shower/restroom facilities are clean and appear new. We got a good wireless signal on our laptop and our AT&T phone signal worked fine. We were in space 5 near the main bath/laundry building. For the kids, there is a small playground near the main bath, a walking trail that connects the campground area to the main office/diamond fields and a swimming pool area. There is no admission fee for the park but the diamond field and swimming pool have entrance fees. This park is very well maintained and the staff are very friendly and helpful. We had fun digging for diamonds and we took our own tools and a wagon. They do allow pets on leashes in the diamond field area. The town of Murfreesboro is nice but there is not much there other than a Sonic, a Dollar General, a small grocery store and a gas station. The nearest Wal-Mart is in Nashville, Arkansas which is about 17 miles away. We will definitely return to this park next summer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice state park, well laid out asphalt sites that were pretty level. Back in sites only, but they are at good angles so it was pretty decent to get in. Really nice water park for the kids (both big and small) to cool off after digging the diamond fields in the heat. Nice to have full hookups in a state park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We liked it. Paving everywhere and easy to get around. There is plenty of shade. There are tent pads at some sites. I heard the camping area has just reopened after a 2 year restore. Looks like it. The online registration system has incorrect site information. Call the park. The length was fine. Wish the sites were a bit wider (fewer trees). We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park! The sites are paved and our site was big enough for our 37' coach and tow vehicle. Each space had a cement patio with a metal table, grill and fire pit. All the roads were paved and clean. The park is well maintained. Our AT&T cell phone worked, but there were no TV signals. The Wi-Fi worked with no problems as did our AT&T Air Card, which we used for banking. The diamond mine was fun. I had more fun laughing at people who thought they were rich. (I did the same but it only lasted about 5 minutes.) The swimming pool was great and the restaurant was opened from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Not a lot in the town of Murfreesboro but a Wal-Mart and Murphy's gas was in Nashville, about 20-25 minutes away. I will stay here anytime I am in the area. Ask for your senior discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park ! Our paved, very long, back in site easily fit our 40' MH & toad. Each space seemed to also have a tent camping space with it. Park & facilities very well maintained. All spots shaded but we managed to get satellite with our on the roof dish. Patio area cement w/ table, BBQ, lantern hanger & fire ring. No cell or lap-top service available in the park, no Wi-Fi. If you have a big rig be sure to tell them you want a long level site, some of the sites have a very steep down wards angle. If digging for diamonds bring a long handled shovel & bucket, can rent screens. Park is very family friendly. Check out the crystal mines in the area, worth the 50 mile drive. Town is small but has restaurants, grocery store, ect. Will stay there again when we are in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is extremely clean and well kept. We were a little disappointed that the site we were on really did not accommodate our trailer and truck nicely. We did not know that you can pick your site a year ahead of time with Arkansas State Parks. The park was totally full. We can say that we spent the day digging for diamonds without any luck. An adventure that we can say we did. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Super renovation! Nice, but curvy roads, plenty of room. Sites are dispersed well, not just a big, square parking lot. Great wooded area and the diamond mine is just over the hill. Very quiet at night. Looks great for kids! No problem with our motorhome, although not all sites would accommodate it; be sure to ask! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really nice well kept state park. Sites are roomy and have both fire pits and BBQ's. Very wooded area, but we managed to get Sat TV from the roof antenna and I was able to get good reception with my tripod internet dish. Not all sites are level and length varies. We are in a 70' back in site and were able to back far enough that we were able to level our 40' motorhome. Park gives a 25% discount to non-resident seniors. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground has been completely renovated with new pads, water, and electric boxes. The sites are surrounded by many trees, and the sites are laid out so you aren't looking into someone's campsite. All the campsites had grills,picnic tables, and a fire ring.The park is well maintained with walking trails, a new swimming pool, and the diamond field to dig for diamonds. The walking trail we took was even handicap accessible. We plan to camp here again in the summer. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This park is not closed for renovations: the visitor's center is still being renovated, but the RV sites are complete and absolutely beautiful. Sites are level and well-designed. We had no trouble getting satellite service (in site 11), but the people across the road from us weren't able to get a signal through the trees. We were also able to get a signal for our Verizon broadband, but it was slow. There is a lot to do at the park: several well-maintained walking trails, the diamond mine, a lovely swimming pool (not open at this time of year.) Highly recommend. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground was clean and we had no trouble backing into our spot. We had deer about 4 feet from our picnic table every morning, which my kids loved. There is not a lot to do other than the diamond mine. The playground (an important thing to me since we have small boys) was very small and inadequate. It was behind the showers/bathroom too and there was not much room to run around and play. Trees surround the campsites so I felt a bit confined. We had planned to stay 5 nights but had done it all and were bored after two and went home. Everyone should try the diamond thing once, but it is hard work! Overall good experience my family just needs a bit more to do that just sit around camp. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Very nice park but a large RV will have issues getting into many of the sites. Digging diamonds is too much work but everyone should try once. There is not a whole lot else to do in the park other than the diamond mine. Generally quiet and a good place to camp. The shower house was clean and heated. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Crater of Diamonds is a beautiful facility. There are lots of trees and paths, some paved and some left in the natural state. Sites are well laid out; ours required only minimal leveling. The roads inside the park are somewhat narrow, and eroded on the edges. Some of the turns are a little sharp for my taste, but no real problems were encountered. Park staff was very friendly and helpful, which made our stay even more enjoyable. The showers had no soap dish or shelf to put your soap, shampoo, etc. other than on the floor. The water was on the chilly side, and the flow was controlled by a button which gave you about a 30-second squirt. Our overall impression was very good; we would definitely like to return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
On the site where I parked my travel trailer, the asphalt edges were broken up pretty badly, I guess it was from all the rain. You had to watch your step getting in or out of the RV. The restrooms and showers were very clean. All the employees I talked to were very friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Campsites mostly level but no consistency to elec and water hookups as to sides of rig. Only needed 6 ' of electric but 2 hose sections. Some sites had both on same side. Only complaint though. Other than that it's gorgeous with helpful staff, a cool little water park (closed Sept-May). Diamond hunting is $6.50 daily and lot of fun. Tools can be rented. Looking forward to returning. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a decent park, but definitely needs some work. We arrived only to find out that they had not saved some of the very few and precious "slide out" sites for us. We had quite a time getting in. There were two of us in our group, and both had slides. We did fit, but it was very, very tight. Be very careful when parking. Also, while our sites were moderately level, there were some sites that would be absolutely impossible to get level in. I noticed a few people didn't even try to level. There are a lot of tents here. Overall, it was OK, but definitely not the best place to camp. In addition, don't come with illusions of finding diamonds. There were hundreds of people looking when we were, and no one found any of them for several days. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice wooded park. Sites and roads were very tight. We camped in a 38 ft 5th wheel and found it very hard to navigate around with the narrow roads, specially while backing into our spot. Once in the spot, we had a very nice time at this place. Being in the woods was a lot nicer than a cramped RV park in the city. The biggest thing to think about was the ticks. We pulled at least a dozen or so off our 2 dogs and had a few on myself. The water park was great for those hot days. It was in the 90's during our stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very pretty park. There were lots of trees and trails to hike. The river trail is paved all the way to the river. The bathrooms were clean and the park staff were very friendly. The only complaint I have is the location of some of the fire rings. Ours was right next to the road. I would have liked it to be further back in the site. I would camp here again. Very family and kid friendly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 7 / 10 ]
We didn't find any diamonds, but the scenery was beautiful. Don't miss the nature observatory walk through the woods located near the front of the park entrance. We saw deer up close here every day. The play area is small, but new. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The restrooms and showers (in the area I stayed in) had solar hot water only. The showers I had were not warm. The last night I spent there, I used a shower located in a different camping area that had plenty of hot water. Other than the "cold" showers and not finding any diamonds, (darn it) it was great staying there. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park with much, much appreciated shade in the summer. Campground was relaxing and bathrooms seemed to be new and always kept clean. Some hiking to do if you decide to take a day away from digging in the diamond mine or swimming at the water park (deepest 3'). On-site restaurant closes at 4pm during the summer but some good places to eat in town. Definitely would go again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
My 37' motorhome didn't have any size issues in this park. The 30amp service wasn't a big issue for me because is was cool. You can walk to the water park and the diamond fields. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We went here upon recommendation from a friend for a weekend getaway. You can dig for diamonds in the plowed field(you can bring or rent digging equipment). They have an on site water park, and a nature trail. Nearby you can fish Lake Greeson and the Little Missouri River. There is the KA-DO-HA Indian village and burial ground which is very interesting to visit. The sites were nice and shaded, the park as well as the showers and laundry's were nice and clean. The park staff is very helpful and can tell you about the attractions in the surrounding area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great place with activities--only complaint was that maintenance was needed in the restrooms--i.e., hand dryer out of service and no paper towels and no soap for washing hands. It does have a pay water park. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We had a great time at this park. The facilities were clean and our site was level. We had a great time in the Diamond Fields. The staff was all friendly and helpful. The surrounding area was beautiful. We camped here with small children and would camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The signage to the campground was good. The office staff were efficient and helpful. The access roads were reasonably wide but one or two tight bends. Because of time of year, we were able to choose a campsite that we could get on easily. Many of the sites were not level and the surface of the sites needed repair. Each site had water and electricity(30 amp - there was two sites with 50 amp). Getting into some sites by bigger RV's could be difficult. There are a number of trails within the park and of course you can search for diamonds. Could be a really good campground if investment was made on restructuring the campsites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The state is upgrading the state parks but this one apparently is in the process. Visitors center, amphitheater, and restrooms all look to be upgraded and new. I camped here 20 years ago and the campground sites about the same. Most of the pads need to be resurfaced and the campsites need serious upgrading. Water pressure was excellent. Sites are difficult to get into. Roads in the campground are narrow and two way. If there was anyone in the site across from me, I would have never gotten into my site. I had to pull up into that site to get a decent angle to back into my site. The only reason to go there is to dig for diamonds. If the campsites had been upgraded, I would have rated it at least an 8. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Sites are narrow and not laid out very well. Picnic tables are behind your unit. Some of the layouts put your neighbors table very close to your door with a little bush as a buffer. Fortunately, it was not full so they spaced out the campers. Not much to do at the campground other than going over to the crater to dig for diamonds. There is a small water play area for little kids for an extra fee. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We went to this park as part of our Arkansas trip solely to “dig for diamonds.” The kids really enjoyed the new “water park.” This is just a large pool with all sorts of geysers, water spouts, and two small water slides. It is only 3 feet deep and requires an admission fee. Nevertheless, the kids enjoyed it. After the water park, we went digging for diamonds. We didn’t find any, but the kids still had fun. As far as the campground is concerned, the park is very quite and wooded. The sites appeared fairly level. Even though the sites are paved, some have erosion problems. Furthermore, many of the sites had the hook-ups on the wrong side of the side. Still, this was a very pretty park that provides privacy for the camper. Plus, there are plenty of things to see inside the park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We really like this campground. The camping pads did need resurfacing but for our small rig, the one we used was perfect. We stayed at the campground to visit the Crater of Diamonds and were pleasantly surprised by the campsites. We would gladly stay there again. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Nice State Park in southwest Arkansas. The site are good space from each other and shaded they have a diamond mine open to public also a really nice water playground. They have a visitor center with a gift shop, diamonds exhibits,& seasonal
restaurant. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is the closest to the Crater of Diamonds State Park. There is abundant shade trees, which is nice for the summer heat, but our roof mount satellite could not get a signal. The hosts are very nice and knowledgeable of "rock hounding." The gift shop was very well priced and allowed us to bring home all the goodies we were hunting for. Only downfall is that the park could use a little TLC on the landscaping, which aged the appearance. Sites were very level. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was fun, had shade, and was quiet. Just the way I like it! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
I loved this place and I would stay here again. Its quiet, woodsy and (takes a deep breath loudly) has LOTS of fresh clean air, ahhhhhh. We visited the Crater of Diamonds state park for 3 days over Labor Day weekend, which is a 5 minute drive from the RV park. This RV park was very relaxing. (Believe me you will need it if you spend all day looking for diamonds!) There's an on site rock shop you can visit should you have no luck in finding the diamonds. You can have a fire at your site, which was great. You may spot some wildlife, we saw several deer. There are water and electric hookups but no sewer. (There is a place to dump, but its in an awkward place.) The bathrooms were clean but there is only one toilet stall and shower for each side. (Bad when you need to pee, someone is taking forever in the shower and they lock the bathroom door!) All in all, our needs were met and we enjoyed the solitude location of this RV park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great small campground. The sites are gravel and level with convenient hookups. There is no tv service but their Wi-Fi is great. The staff is very friendly and helpfull. We will be back to stay here again. This park is down the raod from Crater of Diamonds State Park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Small park, but very nice. The sites are gravel but level and hookups are convenient. Staff was very friendly and there are a couple of local celebrities that stay in the park. Shirley, who found the Strawn-Wagner Diamond stays there. Nice catch and release pond across the road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We wanted a campground with full hook ups and big enough for our HDT and 35 ft trailer. Wasn't to sure about this campground from the reviews. The one about circuits always popping concerned us the most. But we didn't have any problems. We stayed 3 nights. Campground has gravel roads and gravel on sites. The back ins are easy to get into for anyone who is back in challenged. Did need to pull out our electrical extenison. We didn't use the Wi-Fi since we had our own internet/TV satellite, but our neighbor who was there for four days/nights said it worked great for him and his wife. Lots of shade, very quiet. The only complaint we had was the campfires. All we need is more air pollution. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Cons: Very cramped environment. Little to no privacy. Bathrooms are frequented by the homeless "tent people" that have a tent city across the street, so we chose to use the RV facilities instead. Rock shop is full of over-priced junk. The homeless people from across the street frequent the shop and they usually smell of stale sweat. The campground is situated on a busy road where people drive at extremely high speeds and the campground is right on a curve. I was very worried about my kids playing in the playground because of this. Pros: The campground has full hookups, which is something the state park down the road didn't offer. The Wi-Fi worked very well and we had no complaints. We had fun each night with the sounds of nature and our huge campfires (I'm pretty sure we weren't blowing holes in the ozone with campfires). The campground is within walking distance of the Crater of Diamonds, though a bit of a long one. It's quicker if you walk through the tent city, but be careful that none of the cars on blocks fall on you! Oh, DO NOT TRUST YOUR GPS TO GET YOU HERE! GPS will send you several miles past the campground and if you need room to turn around, be prepared to use unpaved logging roads to do so! There are zero towns past this campground, so make sure you know where you're going! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an outstanding campground. The staff is friendly and always helpful. Their FREE WIFI system works great, but is limited to 3 hours daily, which is way more than I need to check email and news/weather. The restrooms and showers are well maintained and cleaned daily. From what I could see there are 4 pull-through sites there. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Staff/owner very unfriendly. Location of hookups require extensions for water and/or electric. Circuits always popping off. Not well kept up. Alledged wifi worked for about 5 minutes during 3 day stay. No cable tv or even on-air channels available. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed with friends in their motorhome; ours was being serviced in Arkadelphia. We concur with the inadequate wifi connection and lack of staff friendliness. Won't be back. Don't understand the recent "10", but on the other hand I have a guess!!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in this park three days to visit Crater of Diamonds State Park which is only a mile away. The park is small, but well maintained and we were warmly greeted and directed to our site. Because we were staying multiple days, the owner loaned us, at no cost, diamond screens and other equipment for use at the state park. She was also kind enough to give us detailed instructions on how to mine for diamonds which we very much appreciated. We didn't find a diamond but we did find a 'gem' of an RV Park at which we would happily stay again if we were in the area. The only reason I didn't give the park a "10" is the absence of any television signal. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
WOW what happened to this park ! I tried to make a reservation (as I have stayed here before and loved the place) but when trying to make my reservation I was speaking with a NEW manager (if you dare call her that) I was truly shocked to see the past manager had left and was shocked how the new manager spoke to me, Very nu-professional, and it was like I was taking her away from something more important. SHAME ON YOU. I will not return! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for a week in September. Very nice park and very friendly people. Super clean laundry and restrooms. The manager was very helpful and welcoming. We'll be back for sure! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Small park, nothing wrong with that. Manager will help you hook things up. He even had Direct TV box and antenna he will loan you if he hasn't promised it to someone else. Great place. Will camp there again if ever in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The campground is beautiful. Very friendly love children. They can not do enough for you. Will tell all of my family and friends to stay there. The park is small but that is okay too you will love it. Everything is neat, clean, great RV sites, and close to the diamond field. They rate a 10+ from my family. Will stay here again the next time I come. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice small campground. Sites were level (gravel), and hookups nice and handy. Water pressure was very good as was electric power on my 50 amp service. Wi-Fi was very weak on my site. I was on the site the farthest away from their Wi-Fi antenna with other units between me and the office. Was told by the manager they have plans to install another Wi-Fi unit where my site was located. Now for the real good stuff. The people running this place are more like family than business people. Great to deal with. They had an "Open House" one day, and they fed us all. They had a "Pot Luck" supper one evening, and everyone in the campground showed up and brought something different to eat. A good old down home southern evening. Great tips on where to eat out, things to see besides the Crater of Diamonds, etc. Would gladly return anytime! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our first stay at Murfreesboro RV was 1 year ago (March 2010). It was the beginning of a great stay. The owner was so considerate of his tenants and their stay as this was a new park. The stay was so enjoyable that we spoke about it often and promised to be back. This is now 2011, and we are back! The park had been updated, and again the owner gave us a great welcome and helped us setup and get comfortable! We are here for 3 month or more and found that the camp host has been a great host. He makes you feel welcome. They now have activities, and potlucks for young and old. Staying here will be on our future list. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was my second stay and again I have to give this park A+++ Great value! This is a very well run park, clean and very inviting, very close to the Crater of Diamond, and downtown shopping. They have just opened their Shower House and On-Site Laundry which is a very nice addition. The owners are very nice people, and they have a On-Site Manager who is very helpful and pleasant, he goes above and beyond to make your stay a enjoyable one! I feel they have set the standard by which all parks should follow. I will return! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent management. Good weekly and monthly rates. Park is located one mile from the Crater Of Diamonds State Park and is much nicer and less expensive. A brand new park with expansion coming very soon. The showers and laundry room will be completed soon. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice host was most helpful in backing us in our site. Would give this park a 10 if the bathrooms and laundry were completed. Good location to Diamond field as well as downtown Murfreesboro. Watched deer playing behind the creek as we enjoyed our coffee each morning. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a small, clean little park. Most sites are back in. They are plenty wide and there is a good buffer area between each site. All grass is mowed and sites are clean. Some of the sites have shade trees at the back. Each site has a picnic table and garbage can. They are in the process of building showers. We were greeted upon arrival and were assisted in backing into our spot. No TV service, but that is not a problem for us. Almost no road noise. They rent basic items for diamond digging at Crater of Diamonds State Park, which is just down the road. This is a place that feels nice and secure and we would definitely stay here again We camped here in a Motorhome.
We could not have asked for nicer and more helpful managers. We camped here 2 nights while going to Crater of Diamonds State Park. The park is only about a mile from the Park entrance. I would have rated this RV Park higher but it is a work in progress and presently does not have a laundry or showers. The sites are gravel and fairly lever. The manager helped us with our back in. It is a small park and will accommodate large rigs. The spaces are ample and not very close together. There is Wi-Fi available in the office. A real plus was free ice. The park was very clean and very pet friendly. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had 6 rigs traveling with us and there were only two spaces available. The owners were so nice as to call another park and get reservations for all 6 of us at the other park. They went above and beyond what would be expected. If ever back this way we would stay here. Their courtesy and assistance should be rewarded. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly owners and campers. Pulled in late with no reservation and they waved us right in, helped park the rig (most all are back in sites). Clean park with picnic tables, free ice, level sites and fire rings. Would stay here again as they are near the Crater of Diamonds State Park. Anyone going to Murfreesboro, give this place a try! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for a week in June. They are starting to build a bathhouse but we were self contained in our trailer. It was great for us since we were gone almost every day to Crater Of The Diamonds to dig, or to Mt. Ida for crystal quartz. It is close to Crater Of The Diamonds and an hour drive to Mt. Ida. They were very friendly and helpful. They went above and beyond what we have experienced at other parks. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
New park, has spacious sites and was clean and neat. Owners are very friendly, reside near the park, are committed to improve the community and their park. Each site is a gravel pad with picnic table, firepit and full hookups. There are several ongoing projects to improve the facilities and sites: including bathroom/shower/laundry facility and landscaping. Located 1 mile from Crater of Diamonds State Park. Has weekly/monthly rates for serious diamond hunters. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice new park very close to Crater of Diamond Park, Very spacious sites, rock pads, Owners are very nice friendly people and are continuing to upgrade park while my stay I noticed the construction on bath/shower and laundry area being built. Excellent rates at $18 would stay again and will recommend to others We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a new RV park just opened this summer. It is located 1 mile north of Crater of Diamonds State Park. The pads are crushed rock and with all the rain will rut one to two inches but they are solid. No swimming pool, restrooms, showers, laundry, or tent sites. Park was designed for only self contained campers. There is no over the air TV reception and no cable TV yet. Owner may add later if feasible. This is my second time to stay this summer. It has been the best place for me to park my TT in the area while I am working in Nashville, AR. Will be there again this week. Besides the Crater of Diamonds State Park the area has Lake Greason nearby. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
As a COE campground, this one is pretty good. We were at a site across the road from Lake Greeson, and there were many boaters who had campsites nearby the boat launch and dock. The town is a few miles away, and it's just a short distance to Crater of Diamonds State Park. There is a dump station and potable water. We had an electric only site, but there seemed to be some other sites with water and perhaps sewer. We stayed for 4 nights and enjoyed it very much. It appeared that most sites would require at least some leveling. We camped here in a Motorhome.