Little to like about this park and much to dislike. 1) Although they have installed more Wi-Fi towers, signal is weak. 2) Cable connection next to our site is still out of service after a year and one must piggyback onto another site. 3) 50 amp breaker does not work and management is indifferent. 4) 30 amp power is low and is barely within the safe range with A/C and TV on. 5) Roads need work and the alternate exit road is a bone jarring, rig shaking, rut filled joke. No work has been done to improve in the 4 years friends have been wintering here. 6) Empty sites are kept mowed but occupied sites by winter visitors is not. Noticed some returnees have brought their own lawn mowers. 7) Advertised as member of Good Sam and other discount clubs, but they DO NOT offer a discount. Full rates are $32 per night and $390 for 2 weeks. $345./month but cable and electric are not included. 8) Sites are adequate in width but rigs longer than 32' do not have enough room to park without getting very close to your rig at an angle. 9) Entry is tight but manageable and one must be careful of dumpster when making first turn into sites. Not enough dumpsters and ones available are often full. 10) Laundry is small and machines are old.
After staying at a park in Eureka Springs last year with poor Wi-Fi and no TV signal or cable TV, we decided to try this park. It is owned by the city of Berryville. It has huge, long pull throughs. Back ins are reserved for long term residents and there were only 2 of them. Lots of grass between sites that are hard packed gravel and drains well after rain. Pull throughs were relatively level and hookups are between opposing rigs. Parking is offset so there is lots of distance between rigs. Power is very good and water pressure is high so I used a regulator. Very good cable TV and when I called for reservations, I was told that it would not be necessary. When I asked about Wi-Fi on the phone and after arriving, I was told that the only guarantee of access would be at the office. I am over 400' from the office and the middle of the campground. Signal is fair with no trouble staying on line and response is good. Wal-Mart is only 2-3 miles away. If you stay here, be sure to visit the gun museum at the town square. If the office is unoccupied or if the campground host is not around, park where ever you want. They will come along to receive your money. Cash and checks only.
Entering this park is a challenge because of the steep entry. Lots of evidence where rigs scrapped hard upon entering. Parking to register is a surprise because you have to make a hard left turn to park instead of the normal straight on. Although the owners were very friendly I was disgusted with pets from the permanent residents dogs leaving their "deposits" at my site. I stepped in dog waste 3 times in 2 days. Two sites away was a female cat with 8 kittens roaming, and another site that had 5 puppies. Showers and restrooms were not cleaned daily. Lots of small trash containers but they were not emptied daily. Our trash can was overturned by an animal and I had to clean it up during set up. Wi-Fi was poor and I kept dropping off line. Use after dark was impossible. Power was adequate and cable TV offered a lot of channels. Most of the sites were occupied by permanent residents. Friend and I were the only non-residents for 8 nights. We stayed here because there were no vacancies at the first 3 campgrounds I called. There was no view of water because of the steep drop off going out and trees. Our site was just long enough to park our 32' rig. Getting into the site was a challenge because of the trees and they were in the way of opening our slides. We were unable to open our awning. There is a "Cajun" restaurant on site that was run by a resident. Having my doubts about Cajun food as I had lived for 30 years in Louisiana and can cook as well as most Cajuns, I was very surprised at the food. Four of us ate different meals. The crab casserole and crawfish etouffe' was very good. The gumbo was as good as any I have eaten and I have eaten a lot. The boudin was exceptional. All the seafood is from Louisiana and fresh. The restaurant owner takes a trip to south La. to get the seafood. A trip to the "Crazy Cajun Citchen" (spelling of the restaurant is correct) would be worth a trip. Eating on site is outside and they offer take-outs.
Owner acted like he was inconvenienced because I did not have a reservation. Wi-Fi was weak. Power was poor and we could not run AC and water heater at same time. 30 amp receptacle was broken. Too many trees so pulling into spot was a challenge. Park is tight to maneuver. Leveling side-to-side required 2"x8" and still left us 1 1/2" out of level. Lot's of permanent residents with junk spread around. Our site had a permanent rigs sewer hooked to it. Owner told me to remove the hose and toss it aside. Although listed as pet friendly, I had to walk our pet next to the highway to find any grass. Pond/lake listed was nothing but a very large, deep hole to catch over flow rain. No fences and dangerous to anyone. Walked the entire park and found no waste containers so we had to put our trash in the receptacle at the front door of the office. We stopped here for one night and will not return. Rate was $28.22 with a Good Sam discount.
Stayed here 4 nights with friends from Hill City who had a family reunion. Also has a building with kitchen, rest rooms and A/C. Grounds are hard packed dirt with grass. Roads are hard packed sand and stone. Some sites are within 50' of each other and some are several hundred feet apart and on both sides of a rodeo arena next to the Solomon River. Water is not available at the sites but there is a spigot next to the white building at the entrance road. Electric power was excellent with some sites having 30 amp, some 50 amp and some with 20 amp. Leveling was easy. A perfect place to spend one or two days although eating places are few and not much to see in the area. Other campers pulled in for one night each night that we were there. Payment is on the honor system and is paid at the west side of the rodeo arena that is between the 2 campgrounds. There is a slot on the cinder block building for dropping your money in. It would be better if the county would put up a sign directing you to the payment area. There is no dump station at the campground but the city has one by taking a left when headed north at the first red light beyond the campground. Dump is on the left on the west side of the oil derrick museum. There is no television reception.
Campground is actually near Bergin and difficult to get to. We stayed here because we could not find anything else in the area. There are new owners are are cleaning up the campground but it is full of seasonal rigs on the water. There are a few spots for overnighters and all backin. Sites are wide and lots of room for slideouts but much too short for anything over 25 feet. We had much difficulty getting our 32' rig backed in and there is only the narrow road to jockey back and forth in because the side opposite the site is hilly. You must back in next to a fence. My rig actually stuck out onto the road a little and no place to park tow vehicle unless there is an empty site next to you. It is very muddy after a rain. Very difficult to side level and required 3" on one side to get level enough to where I didn't feel it would be an issue with the fridge. Wi-Fi is very weak and you much drive next to the owners trailer to receive. No cell phone coverage.
Ranks up there with one of the worst campgrounds we have stayed in. Mostly permanent residents with lots of junk around their rigs. We used 3 1/2" blocks to get rig level on sides within 2". Power is very low and could not run any appliances with A/C running on 99 deg. day. Water pressure is low. Grass was very high. Picnic tables were rotten and fell apart when I tried to move it. Roads are winding and sharp turns are required to get in and out. Trash was everywhere and we were within 500 feet of interstate and heard traffic noise all night. Sewer connection was pvc pipe mand too high to drain hoses. No Wi-Fi available. Camped here for 1 night and would not stay here again.
Check in at the hotel which, by the way, was actually 2 large buildings and very nice. You have to drive down very narrow and steep road to get to the site. After arriving, you feel like you are in a bowl and surrounded by hills. Sites have picnic tables and concrete slabs. Slabs are located such that they are not usable after pulling forward enough to hook up to water, power and sewer unless you have a rear door. The Campground advertises Wi-Fi but it is NOT available at the RV site. When asked about Wi-Fi, I was told that I would have to come to the lobby to connect. It is a long, steep walk unless you drive. They offer no discounts except KOA. There are no TV signals available and no cable hookups. We camped here with a fifth wheel and would only stay here if we could not find another place. Very pricey for a no-frills campground.
Spent one night while headed to Delaware. No one was around but a forest employee (not a park ranger) told us where to go and how to sign in. Payment is under the honor system. Roads are very narrow and heavily treed. All sites are back in with very little room to maneuver. No water at individual sites but spigots are spread around the sites. I was able to use 2 25' sections to hook to our rig. Power (30 amp only) was excellent. Do not attempt to enter this park with a motor home and 5th wheels are at risk of limbs damaging their roofs. Not pet friendly because this is a forest and all leaves and downed trees and limbs are left. Beware that this area is tick infested. I found 2 ticks on me and our pet also had 2 ticks with only an overnight stay with no time spent outside except for setting up, tearing down and walking the dog.
Spent 1 night while headed north and we were escorted to our site. Park is very clean and well maintained. Roads and sites are finely crushed stone. Roads are good and wide. Sites are very wide with most having shade trees that cleared the roof. Sewer connection is low to the ground for easy draining. Electrical is the middle of long pull throughs. This meant that we were just BARELY able to pull up and leave the truck connected. Our site was within 10 feet of Wi-Fi which was mounted in trees. Site was very unlevel as I had to use 3" of blocks to get fairly level. Front to back allowed us to leave our TV hooked. Electrical was low and 112V with only the AC and television on. Microwave use required us to turn the AC off to use. Park was rewired for 50 amp but the original 30amp wiring was used. Road noise and trains were loud. $32.00 with GS discount is a little high for a overnight.
This the second time we have stayed here because of friends in Crosby and we knew this campground. Sites are tight but adequate. Some shade trees and not a bad place to stay although it looks like the place is now taken over by construction workers who leave at 5:30 a.m. When I couldn't get internet, as advertised, I called the office. I was told that it was not available because they were converting over to a pay for internet service. If they had told me at registration, I would have not stayed. I had forgotten the high and wide speed bumps from my previous visits. About 8" high and 3' wide at registration. Inside the park, they are staggered about every 200 feet and you must go EXTREMELY slow not to jolt your rig. Skip this place and go 1/2 mile on the left to Riverfront RV Park. It has concrete patios. We stayed for 2 nights in a fifth wheel and will not stay here again.
Good Sam discount from the normal $32. Unable to get on advertised Wi-Fi. Some sewer connections were uncovered. Dog droppings everywhere. 30 amp connection was wired backwards and when management was told they brought a desk fan to plug in to test. DUH? Moved to another site and was told not to use 50 amp because it cost more. Side-to-side leveling was difficult and had to disconnect to level front to back. Place is a dump and very close next to each other. Pass this place up.
Register at the motel. This is nothing more than a dirt parking area with some grass with dirt roads. No Wi-Fi and no available tv channels. Wi-Fi available at motel at no charge. A place to stay for a night when traveling. No problem leveling as we had to disconnect to go eat after arriving late. Water was rusty but cleared up after a short while. We stayed here with a fifth wheel.
Very rough entrance and roads. All sights are large stone but easy to level. Not pet friendly and the large stones are rough on small animal feet. Cable is almost non-existent with a few local and cable channels but reception is very poor even though I tried another connection. Power was poor and dropped below 110 volts frequently. Good for an overnight stay but other other parks are closer to the Grand Canyon. Wi-Fi was fair. We stayed 4 nights and would stay again only if passing through. Passport America discount makes this park usable although it should be discounted further for lack of amenities, roads and long distance from sewer connections.
Found park in Woodall's. Within 1/4 mile of Safe-Way and Big K. Wal-Mart Supercenter 4 miles. Excellent power. No voltage drops regardless of usage. No discounts and cable is $2.00 extra per day. Showers and laundry were spotless and very close to the overnight spots. Campground has a lot of seasonals scattered about but is very clean and neat with lots of shade. All overnight spots are pull through and there are several other spots if the overnight spots are filled. A little grass for pets and landscaped areas are small pea gravel so pets do not have a problem. All sights and internal roads are gravel. Our spot was perfectly level. Strong Wi-Fi. We stayed for 4 nights and would stay again.
This is our second trip here to visit friends who winter in Fulton. Sites are very close together and grounds are full of cockle burrs that track into camper and get on dogs paws. Sites are not mowed but other parts of grounds are kept up. Wi-Fi is poor and drops off line frequently although I am 100' from tower. We are staying 18 days and they wanted to charge me $760 dollars until I insisted that they book me for a month at the $350/month rate. There is not much to see in the Fulton or Rockport area and we would not be here except for the friends. Wind, as in March, is a constant problem and awnings must be watched carefully.
Roads are very narrow. Pull throughs are too short for anything longer than 30 feet because your vehicle leaves little room for others to pass. Most sites have shade. Speed bumps are numerous and very wide making for a bumpy ride when entering or leaving park. Wi-Fi is extra. They honors Good Sam so rates are $31.50 per night. This is too high not to include wifi. Park is not a resort and there are a large number of rigs that people live in and has lots of workers working in the plant but there were no run down rigs. Not many people around during the day. We were in the back end and could hear interstate traffic at night. Trash dumpsters are at the entrance to the park and requires a long walk to reach. Not very pet friendly because the pet areas are a long ways from your site. We stayed 4 days to visit friends in Crosby. Sites were easy to level and power and water supply was good. We would stay again when visiting friends but you pay a lot for what you get. No stores close by but fuel is available near the entrance to the park. Spaces between campers are very wide and lots of room but roads all run one way and getting into your space takes a little care so as not to hit anything. (800) 982-8285
This campground is the worst we have ever stayed in. There is a lake that is full of scum. Geese wander the grounds and droppings are everywhere. Pull throughs are short with no place to park if you unhook. Power was low and voltage dropped to 110v when A/C was on. We had to run fridge and water heater on propane. Water pressure was low. Many hanging limbs to snag rig and roads full of ruts. Place was full of old motor homes, campers with rusted out frames that sat on the ground. There were many permanent residents and campers at the other sites with about 8-10 for overnighters. Couldn't find trash receptacles. Rate was $36. w/no discounts. Three local tv stations are the only ones available. We were headed to Delaware and needed an overnight stop and passed 2 state parks south of Pocomoke City that we should have stayed in but I gave credit card # to hold reservation. Woodall's lists this campground at Pocomoke City but the physical addresss is in Westover, Maryland. Pass this place up.
Huge sites are at least 50 foot apart and 100 foot long with room to park next to your rig at most. Some sites are asphalt and some are gravel. Power and water were excellent. Good strong Wi-Fi connection. No cable TV and limited TV stations. Located close to I-95 and somewhat noisy. If staying again, we would give up the lake side site for one in the back. Owner escorted us to our sites. Over night price reflects Good Sam or KOA discount. No activities for children but does have a catch and release fishing pond. We would stay here again but would like to see a slightly lower price for what you get.
Huge open spaces with lots of shade. Power and water pressure were excellent. Closest park to Savannah but out a ways from anything really close except a few gas stations/convenience stores about a mile away. Home Depot and major shopping about 15 miles away towards Hilton Head. Overall a nice place to stay with friendly owners. Does not have showers but does have a laundry, fax/phone and ice available. No discounts given and $30./night is a little pricey for what you get. We would stay here again.
Wide open grass field with pull throughs jammed together. Do not stay here if it rains. No gravel, concrete, etc. Sewer connections are too high to drain properly. As other poster stated, located behind a BP stations. Front building has shower facilities with a worn out sofa in front with migrant workers sitting around. There were 2 mobile homes in the back and a number of permanent residents, all migrants drinking beer. There were 3 of us overnighters. I would not stay here again.
Met some friends who have been here since October and highly recommended it. Park has lots of shade in some areas but not near campers. Access to sites is tight but manageable. Trees are scattered about but do not provide shade to most sites. Sites are very close to each other. We were escorted to another site other than the one secured next to friends. Office help was not concerned and did not want to allow us the site reserved although it was open. After much discussion they allowed us to move. Grass needs mowing and friends had been told for a week that it would be done shortly. Wi-Fi worked well the first night but signal is so weak that accessing web sites (banking) which require secure access is impossible. Lot's of snow birds but very little to enjoy in Rockport/Fulton other than some good eating places. Reserved 2 weeks and electricity and cable are included at $165./week. Two weeks cost as the same as 1 month. Monthly rates do not include cable and electric. There are no discounts available for other than overnight. Disappointed in this park and will not return.
Park is very clean and wide pull throughs. Had difficulty leveling becasuse sites are not level side to side, and front of site runs down hill. Staff friendly and provides maps and lots of information on sites to see. Had a truck storage yard next door with trucks starting and stopping during the night so this got to be a nuisance. Showers and laundry are very clean and there is a free ice machine. Discount with Good Sam' is $27. Power is good and has more tv chnnels than you can imagine. WI-FI is adequate. A better value is Lady Bird Johnson Park 2 miles away. Much more shade. It has cable and sewer but no WI-FI. We would stay here again.
Very clean and well-kept campgrond. WI-FI was being upgraded but work had been going on for 6 weeks. We stayed 7 days and were able to get on to WI-FI last day at office but signal was weak. I suspect that service will be much improved after towers are put in service. Breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays for $3.00. Pancake, sausage, bacon, toast and coffee. Has a bingo night and game room. Staff is mostly workkampers but they were very friendly and helpful. Guided us to our site and made sure everthing worked. Cable is poor with very few channels. Electric power is excellent. Sites are very close together and staff tries to stagger campers in sites so that they are not close together. We camped there with friends, next to each other, and our awning was almost touching their bedroom slide. Eight miles from the Alamo and convenient to most of San Antonio. Honors Passport America and gave us a week of discounts for $17.00 a night . A real savings. Price witout dicount is a little high. Shower and laundy were immaculate. Has a pond with catch and release. Also has paddle boats. We will stay there again.
This is a good park to stay over night but has no shade at any sites. Thought I may need a place to leave my rig for 7-8 days if I could not park at relatives in Louisville. Owner had parking area for a cheap $1.00 per day. Ate at the Kitchen Family Diner at the next exit and had a good chicken fried steak with 2 sides. I chose pinto beans and rice. If any of you are from the south and enjoy pinto beans, this is the place. I wish I had ordered just the beans and rice. Corn bread was available. We stayed there one night.
Park is clean and owner's very friendly. Escorted us to our site and made sure everything was O.K. Wide open grassy areas for kids and stream view at some sites. Some sites have rigs set up permanently for weekend camping and was well kept. Not like some campgrounds we have seen. Water pressure and power was good. Some sewer connections were at the back of the sites because it was built for older rigs. Some pullthrus and some back in and back ins were easy to get to. Most sites were shady. Two Walmarts each about 3 miles apart. Many places to eat. Has an old town center and we stayed an extra day to walk the square. Showers were clean but dated. No laundry but owners directed us to a local laundry that was very clean. This park is half way between relatives in Louisville and Illinois. We will stay here again. Passport is accepted and total cost of 2 nights was $21.20. Directions were somewhat confusing but I set the address on my GPS and came straight to it. Reception with antenna was adequate and free WiFi that has good strength.
Large pull throughs and back ins. Cable TV advertised but not available. Posts have cable TV and phone hookups but they do not work. Spaces are tight with slide outs. Has a view of lake. Park full of permanent trailers. Some old. Honors TACO and Passport America. Passport America not honored on weekends. Nothing more than a trailer park with very few travelers.
We spent one night there on way to Fort Worth. Texas Campground ad indicated that it was a fairly decent park. Spaces are crowded and all other rigs have been there for a long time. Many had insulation on water hoses. Spots are not level and not designed for anything over 28 feet. Trailers were in bad shape and there were some construction workers staying there while working locally. This is a poor place to stay.
Park is 1 mile easy on/off of interstate. Very clean and well kept. Spaces are far enough apart as not to feel crowded. Water pressure was good and electricity voltage did not drop in late afternoon when all A/Cs were on. Has lake and paddle boat. Fishing is allowed but catch and release only. Honors most discounts. We used Passport America.
Clean park with 24 hours security and shuttle to casino. About 30% full during week but fills up fast on Fridays. Many families brought children but there are no activities other than a volley ball field. Many people stay from all over the country as they pass through. Spoke to some people who are local who come every weekend because of price. Cost is $13.00 per night. We paid $6.50 with Passport America. Recognizes all discount clubs. Buffet at night is $14.00 and lunch is $12.00. Needs a lower price on lunch.
Lot's of shade at most sites. Campground starting to look a little shabby with travel trailers and 5ers. parked up front for sale. Lot's of activity and park was very busy. Located next to I10 and gets a little noisy at night with all the 18 wheeler traffic. Cabins are available for rent and easy exit and entrance back on to I10. We stayed 1 night.
Winter rate are $25.00 and honors most discount clubs. Summer rate is $50.00. We used Passport America and paid $12.50. winter rate. Stayed in January and again in February with friends that were headed to Florida. Rained both times. Concrete pull throughs and back ins. Slabs have either sunk or dirt has built up. All sites were muddy and patio areas do not drain. Sewer and water connections means standing in water and mud to hook up. Has a section where people live full time. The south end where we stayed had trailers that are parked full time. I think cost is high for summer rates if you do not intend on using the facility for kids. Dryers do not dry laundry very well. Friend paid $7.50 to dry a load of towels. Needs lots of work to be a true summer entertainment park. Should find a way to discount those who only want to spend a night or two. Met a number of people who stay there every winter for several nights on the way to Texas.
Has clean shower and toilets. Also has laundry with normal size washer and dryers. All sites have 20 amp and 30 amp with half of them being 50 amp. Small lake that a lady caught a 6 pound bass while we were there. Roads are gravel. Sites are level with gravel and grass. Some sites occupied by workers working pipeline installation and had been there for 3 months and were friendly. Spent 3 nights with friends that were headed west. Nightly rate without discounts is $20. Discounts for Good Sam, Passport America and some I had never heard of. One night visitors were common. A good place to stay for 1 night when traveling I-49. Exit # is 155 and 1/4 mile west. Nachitoches is 14 miles south and Shreveport is 40 miles north.