Date of Stay: April, 2005
After reading all the great reviews before this, I was really expecting a very special CG. But I will say I was sadly disappointed in quite a few ways. 1. I called over six weeks ahead, requested and was assigned a concrete pull through site. But when I arrived at 1 pm on Sunday afternoon the office was closed. They had posted a list of campsites and I was given a grass site that was very unlevel. Apparently they moved me for a rally that was coming in the next night. Later, when I went to check in, office lady did offer to move me to a site back by the dumpster, which by the way was full to the brim and trash scattered all around the base. I said no thanks and kept the grass site. She said a "new" person had made my reservation and should have put "do not move" by my name. So beware what you are told might not be what you end up with. One other note there are about 35% grass sites and 65% concrete in the south section. The north side was closed for some sewer repairs and was not being used at this time. 2. The general upkeep of the grounds needs some attention, besides the aforementioned trash around the dumpster, there are quite a few tree limbs overhanging the road and that made it difficult to manuver my 38' Motorhome without scraping some branches. Also the grass was very tall and looked like it had not been cut in well over a month. 3. The roads are a made of large gravel that is uneven and rough. In certain areas it is very hard to walk and nearly impossible if not dangerous to ride a bicycle on. However the good news is the pool was beautiful, and the check in area and restrooms were also very nice. Extremely quiet park with no road noise. The town of Natchez: it's friendly people, wonderful food, the Natchez Trace, and the view of the Misissippi river, however rate a 10+. So I had to settle for an overall 7 on my rating.
Date of Stay: January, 2005
Pulled in for an overnight stop from West Coast to Houston. Very nice cafe on-site with great fried shrimp dinner and all the trimmings delivered to our coach. After a long drive from Yuma in one day the delicious food was a wonderful surprise!! Quiet park, about 1/4 mile south of I-10, enough to dull the freeway noise. It was the dead of winter, so the trees had no leaves, but appear to be fairly large. Spaces are level prepared gravel, nicely spaced, and the one we had was long enough to accommodate 38'coach and vehicle. Roads adequate to manuever rig. Definitely would stay here again on east / west trip!