Date of Stay: May, 2017
Good Fortune or Serendipity? When we pulled into Parkers Crossroads RV Park (PCRV) in Yuma, Tennessee we had just finished three weeks on the road withmost campgrounds posting average ratings at best. That changed upon our arrival at PCRV. Located just off of Interstate 40 about 25 miles East of Jackson, TN, the park has easy ingress and egress to the park as well as to the campsites. The sites were concrete pads, long, level and staggered so you weren't looking directly at your neighbor. The view out our dining window was of a small field with pine trees and a lake. Full hookups included cable tv and the hosts provide a variety of services from cleaning and washing your rig, to fixing what ails it. The fixing part played a key in our stay. Our kitchen slide was broken with the back of it sticking out as we went down the highway. The rear pinion gear had sheared a tooth making it impossible to deploy the slide. One of the owners, said they could fix it. So while we went to visit Shiloh National Park, the owners replaced the gear and noticed the assembly had other issues which required muscle and an ingenious solutionto fix a bent bracket by installing a custom part made by them which will prevent this from happening again. I should mention they did the work on Saturday and Sunday and were glad to do it. Now for the good part. The staff were by far the best I have ever dealt with. We have all had our experiences with park staff where demeanors run from OK to Aloof and sometimes downright cold. Most of us can tell by now the level of sincerity a park staff member has and for the most part we accept is as "the guy is just doing his job". Not at PCRV. It is quite evident the staff enjoy their work. From the time we checked in until the time we left staff members were friendly and helped us at every request. So to the owners and the staff at PCRV, I would like to extend my thanks for their help and comaraderie.