Date of Stay: February, 2017
The only reason we stopped here is because they accept PPA. The park is so tight. We had to enter the one-way road around the park. People park all over the place. We had to drive to the compete end of the park to find the office and then we totally blocked the road. There is no where to pull over. All sites are on gravel with a small concert pad. The sites are extremely close, and where we had to park our truck was right next to the neighbor's RV. It is the craziest set up we have ever seen. They advertise 50 amp, but they are all 30. The gal and guy that run the place are very nice. The laundry room has 4 washers and dryers that work great. They have WIFI but we couldn't get it at our site. We will not stay here again.
Date of Stay: January, 2017
Really nice park. Easy access from I-10. Convenient to Las Cruces sightseeing. All pull thru sites. FHUs. Excellent 50 amp service. Picnic table at each site. Gravel roads and sites. Roads easy to maneuver. Friendly staff. Price reflects nightly PPA Rate.
Date of Stay: January, 2017
This is a bare-bones, one-night only stop. The only reason anyone should stop here, is if it is late and you need a place close to Judge Roy Bean museum. About $15 overpriced! We stayed here only because it is across the street from the Museum. Never again. The electrical boxes had no doors. 30 amp only. It did work. No sewer or dump station. Some gravel on road, mostly dirt. No Internet or cell phone. Stay in Seminole State Parkand drive the 16 miles to the Museum, which is excellent.
Date of Stay: November, 2016
I-65 is only about 5 miles from the campground. This is a small, very nice campground with ten sites off a small parking lot. The sites have a small concrete pad which was sufficient size for our 36' fifth wheel, water and 30 amp electric. They back up to the Shelbyville Lake which appears to be a pretty nice fishing lake.
Date of Stay: September, 2016
There are 50 very level FHU gravel sites situated near a pretty lake. The sites are nicely spaced with a third of them being pull-throughs. There is a grass strip between each sight with a tree, picnic table, and concrete patio. There is FREE cable TV for those without a satellite, FREE Wi-Fi, a beautiful laundry, gorgeous bath houses, a playground, dog run, a nice fishing pier, and a hiking trail. We even enjoyed walking through the RV sales lot checking out the trailers. This is an unusual RV set-up. It is the typical RV Sales and Service business with a brand new campground out back. It is very convenient to I-65. The campground is located between Birmingham and Montgomery, AL. We highly recommend this RV Park to our fellow travelers. The people that work here are all so very nice also. Each night two workers go to each site and ask if there is anything they can help you with or if you have any problems with the site. Really a nice touch.
Date of Stay: September, 2015
One of the best state parks we have ever stayed in. The staff is wonderful and so helpful. We took the guided kayak tour. Steve was awesome. The river is beautiful. The sites are very big with a grill, fire ring, picnic table and a place to hang wet clothes. FHUs. There are tons of activities. We highly recommend this state park.
Date of Stay: September, 2015
We were here for only one night. A bit pricey for our liking. We did have a pull thru. They do have free cable available, and we needed it. So many trees that we could not get any satellite reception. We were parked in Site #1. WIFI was excellent at this site. We would never take Site #1 again. Every RV that pulls in had to stop in front of our site. The noise was not good at all.
Date of Stay: March, 2014
The price reflects PPA one night. The office gal was wonderful. She gave us different directions from I-12 that only was two miles off the highway. Much better than our GPS of 10 miles. Parking is on grass. The sites are all large. The stream is a wonderful addition. Even though it is only the end of March, we noticed mosquitoes. Big picnic area. We were only here one night so we did not have the opportunity to check out the pool or beach. We would stay here again.
Date of Stay: May, 2012
Paved roads, gravel sites, privacy hedges which are very nice, and cement pad.. Washers and dryers do a great job, and it is very clean. Picnic tables only at certain sites. We were in Site 21. Easy to get into but difficult to get out of. People in front of us park the car partly on the street. Had to back out of a pull through and needed to drive on the cement pad. We did no damage. We did not like the big speed bumps. Good location right off I-101. Very convenient to shopping, sightseeing and harbor.
Date of Stay: March, 2012
We were at this park three years ago and loved it. This time not so much. Yes, they have friendly people. Yes, the pool is warm, and yes, it is close to shopping but that is where it stops. We made reservations back in January and were told. No problem, we have plenty of sites. When we checked in they gave us a parking pass for one week. They said they would give us another at the beginning of our second week. Little did we know that we HAD TO MOVE the beginning of our second week. We asked several people, WHY? We have a two-week reservation. They said. That is the way the computer had us set up and someone had requested our site for our second week. WHAT? There were many sites empty the entire time we were here, why didn't they put us in one of those. Needless to say, we are very unhappy about this. The new site they moved us to is so small, we could pass the Grey Poupon from our MH to the one next to us. Awful. As someone else has mentioned, they advertise Wi-Fi but try to find it, good luck. It does not work! Very disappointed this time with this park. We won't be back.
Date of Stay: October, 2011
Great location for Augusta. The roads are sand and the sites are gravel. They have a big cement pad with the largest picnic table/bench we have ever seen. The host was very nice. No restrooms, you must be self contained. We stayed in Site #43, best for daily/weekly area. There are a lot of permanent residents here, but their sites are well kept. There are very few sites with shade. They offer no discounts. We would stay here again.
Date of Stay: October, 2011
This is a bare-bones campground in a beautiful setting. All sites are pull through but on a hill. Easy to level. They are still developing some sites. No shade spots. Next to a wooded area with a hiking trail. Great location for Chimney Rock, Mt. Mitchell, and Asheville. Grandma and grandpa are wonderful people! Restrooms very clean. Gravel road and park on gravel. Each site has a picnic bench but they are very old. Curvy road back to the campground. They accept Passport America all year round. The price reflects this. If you want a peaceful place to stay, this is the place. We would stay here again.
Date of Stay: September, 2011
Excellent fairgrounds. Very friendly people that work in the office. Sites are plenty big. We were in Site 172. Tons of places to walk a pet. Convenient to all the Amish area of Indiana. We stayed a week. We will definitely stay here again. Only recommendation is having picnic tables at each site.
Date of Stay: June, 2011
This is a FAB-U-LOS park. The best we have ever been in. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 is due to the fact that there are no sewer sites. BUT this is a COE park, and we didn't really expect any. Our site F01 was 70 ft deep. Most sites are huge. The sites along the river are beautiful. This park is VERY clean. There are full shade, partial shade and no shade sites. Use the website and you can see all of them. The price reflects the Senior Pass which only cost us $91/wk. There are ample 50 amp sites and 30 amp. The surrounding area is beautiful with tons of hiking and biking trails. The road back to the park is a bit narrow. They are in the process of widening it. A couple of playgrounds for the kids including a basketball court. You can fish right along the bank. Great place. HIGHLY recommend this park.
Date of Stay: May, 2011
Can you say DIRT? This place was a mess. The roads are all gravel and so our the sites. They do nothing to try to keep the dirt down. The laundry room was dirty. We did not use it. The price reflects our Escapees discount. Way over priced, but there isn't anything better in the area. We stayed two nights. Was just enough to see the sites. The host was very nice. There are no bathrooms. Lots of permanent workers here. They do have a small place for people with dogs.