User Map


Reviews

Date of Stay:

We have been here before and, as usual, we had a full hookup pull-through site. Some sites are difficult to line up to the utilities conveniently. There is no cable TV, but there are over the air channels and some sites may be open enough for satellite TV. The Wi-Fi worked fine for our minimal (e-mail and web surfing) needs. The bathrooms and laundry were older, clean, and adequate for this small park. I saw no sign of any recycling. Finally, the "lake" is just a man-made rectangular pond.

Date of Stay:

We haven't been here in a couple years, but this park continues to be a good overnight stop in southern Illinois. Most (maybe 2/3) of the sites are pull though while the rest are back-ins. All are FHU with decent cable TV and Wi-Fi that worked OK for us. There are lots of trees, so the number of satellite friendly sites is limited. There is no pool, but there is a playground and open pavilion. The bathrooms and a laundry are in the office building and seemed adequate for this small park. I saw no recycling.

Date of Stay:

Since they jacked the rates back (see my 10/15 review), I did not expect to be returning here. However, I did not feel like driving the hour plus to Sikeston, MO so we stopped here. As usual, checking in at the casino is annoying. The park still has FHU sites, 2/3 pull-through and 1/3 back-in, of average size. We did not bother trying the cable since it has always been problematic. Most of the PT appear to be satellite friendly, but the back-ins may not be. Once again we had difficulty with the Wi-Fi. The bathhouse/laundry facilities needed to be cleaned. I saw no recycling.

Date of Stay:

We bypassed Tunica because of area high water warnings at the the beginning of the May. We are spending 2 nights (one here and one across the road) on our way back north. Once again, there were only about 20 RVs in the park. The sites are small, not level, and have no table. Most of them are back-ins with poor utility placement. There is decent cable TV, but unreliable Wi-Fi. The office has not been manned the past few times we have been here in recent years. This means you have to check in at the hotel front desk. This is a logistical nightmare for RVers. This also means that the bathrooms and laundry are not well maintained. As is typical of the area, there is NO recycling. There is nothing recreational in the RV park but you can use the casino hotel pool.

Date of Stay:

We bypassed Tunica on the way south at the beginning of May, but are spending 2 nights (one here and one across the road) on the way back north. The sites (long, level FHU with cement pads) are the best part of the park. Lack of on site check in, NO Wi-Fi, and filthy trailer bathrooms lower the rating.

Date of Stay:

I have never seen tents here, so I will say this is an RV park, not a campground. We have been here numerous times over the years and this park continues to be good with a few flaws. We had a FHU, pull through site on the south side of the park. The north side of the park is heavily treed. The cable TV is still very limited, but most sites on this side of the park are satellite friendly. Unlike our last visit, the Wi-Fi was OK for our minimal (e-mail and web browsing) needs. The pool is small, but nice. The laundry has newer machines, but is still very expensive. There are individual bathrooms are on the south side of the building and accessed from the outside. As is typical for the region, I saw no sign of recycling. The best thing about this park is the access to the great walkway along the river.

Date of Stay:

The rate shown is based on free nights, PPA, and Good Sam over the course of our usual early and late multiple day stays in May. This is an RV park, not a campground. It has great facilities (large, FHU sites with concrete pads and patios) and amenities (decent Wi-Fi, good cable TV, a large pool and sprinkler area, playground, adjacent golf course, etc.). This park should be an 8 or 9 except for the safety issues. I advise avoiding weekends when the crowds rule: the park becomes very unsafe with golf carts (many driven by little kids) zooming around and other out of control customers. Management continues to ignores all this dangerous behavior. They don't do anything until it is too late. Typical for the region, there is no recycling. I did not camp here - I parked in an RV site.

Date of Stay:

This is an RV park, not a campground. We had a FHU with cable TV and Wi-Fi that work OK. Although there are 2 pools, I find the "adult" pool rather useless because it is one of those "cutely" shaped pools you cannot really swim in.

Date of Stay:

The is an RV park, not a campground. It has FHU sites that are fairly close to each other. The WiFi was mostly usable and the cable was OK. I did not "camp here in a motorhome". I stayed here in a motorhome!

Date of Stay:

We were last here 4 years ago and gave this park one of its less than glowing reviews. This time was similar. This park would be a "Great place to stay for a few days" as long as you are the kind of customer they prefer. Having a "glory suit" would help you fit right in. The sites are FHU, but ours was not level. The cable was OK, but the Wi-Fi was useless. Once again, we (and my 50ish, very professional, mixed niece who visited us from Dallas) felt very uncomfortable in this atmosphere.

Date of Stay:

Once again (see my 10/16 review for a more detailed review), we had an enjoyable stay at this park. Although on the expensive side, there are FHU sites with cable and WiFi. The pool and the lakeside setting offer plenty of recreational opportunities.

Date of Stay:

This RV (not a campground) should be an 8 or 9, but has too many flaws that lower the score. The sites are long, wide, cement, pull-through, FHU, not level, with poorly placed sewers. Most site are satellite friendly. There is decent cable TV with undependable Wi-Fi. There is a nice pool with a sprinkler area by the lodge, a large playground, and adjacent golf course. The 2 bath facilities (one at the lodge and one in the RV section) adequate unless the park is more than half full. There is a clean and reasonable laundry with about 8 machines. Other continuing problems are the recent (I used to pay about $50 for 5 days on "buy 3, get 2 free coupons") rise in the cost and the way management ignores safety (speeding golf carts and cars) issues. There is no recycling.

     

Helpful (yes)

Frog City RV Park

Duson, Louisiana

Date of Stay:

This is an RV park, not a campground. It has mostly pull-through, gravel, FHU sites with decent WiFi and cable TV.

Date of Stay:

We wanted to stay at the park within walking distance of Bourbon street but that park has become way too expensive ($100+) for even a one night stay. This is still a decent park with FHU (a bit tight) sites, decent TV and WiFi, a pool. etc. On the west, it is bordered by a residential development and on the south by a marina. It can be argued that it is bordered on the north and east by water.

Date of Stay:

Once again, we are here for just an overnight on our way south. Although they have raised the price (see my 11/16 review), we are staying again because we know what to expect here. The sites are FHU, short, and not very level. There appear to be some extended stay customers. The cable TV is good, but the WiFi cannot handle the evening rush as everybody tries to log on. The pool, laundry, and bathroom facilities are small, but acceptable, as long as there are no more than a few customers who want to use them. There is no recycling. As usual, the staff I dealt with were terrific.