Date of Stay: July, 2014
Called before making reservations online to let them know 2 big rigs coming. They were extremely helpful. Long, level, paved pull-thrus with paved patio and patio furniture. 60 channels of cable. Nice trees. We were greeted by the owners-managers with ice cold bottled water when we arrived. They took us to our sites, told us to take our time hooking up utilities and then come to the office to check in. Our welcome packet ready when we went to the office and it had our name printed on the welcome packet! This is the best customer service we have experienced on our entire trip. They serve hot complete breakfast in the am $$ and pizza $$ if you want. We would give this park higher than a perfect 10. The only thing they could do is lower the price but with their sites we think it was worth it.
Date of Stay: August, 2013
Pros: Park-like setting, nice trees. Some water and electric sites by the stream. Good Verizon data and voice service. Sparkling clean rest rooms and showers. Reasonable prices for laundry. Owner (male) very helpful and friendly. He helped us with their cable boxes. Cons: Sites very narrow and short. Felt cramped. Fire rings on adjacent sites too close to our rig. Unable to get satellite due to trees. Their cable is digital so if you have analog TV's you have to use their converter boxes for "cable" TV. Owner (female) was not friendly and almost rude. We would not camp here again if there was another choice in the area. Also very busy on weekends so reservations are a must.
Date of Stay: August, 2013
I-40 between Nashville and Knoxville, TN. Great little park about 4 miles from I-40, situated around small spring fed catch and release fishing lake. Beautiful trees. Some shady sights and some open. Cable and wi-fi included. Caters more to adults; no pool, no playground. Plenty of places for dog walking. Some sites are on the lake and some back-ins with views of lake. Some in front with lots of shade. Sites are big rig friendly, level gravel with paved patios, picnic tables, and fire rings. Sites on lake have swings, table and chairs, and BBQ grills. Reasonable rates. Lots of rallies coming in and out. Busier on weekends. Bathrooms are clean but could use remodel. Small laundry is pricey and could use update. Short drive to Crossville for shops and restaurants. Will definitely be back. Verizon wi-fi worked great. No problem getting satellite, but their cable was good, too.
Date of Stay: June, 2013
We had a pull through (site 81) however we had to unhook and backup to get level as the site sloped in the front. This site has no trees and is suitable for satellite. They do have shaded sites available. Verizon Wi-Fi worked great with 4G service. Cable TV was good and more than just basic channels. Sparkling clean pool and laundry. Still making improvements. Overall a nice park with reasonable rate with KOA card and KOA points coupon. We would camp here again.
Date of Stay: September, 2012
Paved roads, paved sites, grass between sites. Some back-in sites, lots of long, level pull-throughs. Full hookups. Looks newly redone, trees planted but no shade yet. No cable, but got satellite in pull-through facing away from tall trees toward creek. Cell service not real strong but OK. Verizon MiFi weak but works great with Wilson Sleek booster. Beautiful drive on Avenue of the Giants. Check in was fast and efficient. Great gift shop. Friendly managers. Definitely would come back. Great value for the price.
Date of Stay: May, 2012
Newly renovated park in last 4 yrs right off Hwy 19, 10 miles north of Crystal River in Inglis. New pool, laundry, showers, rest rooms. They now have 5 "pull-throughs" near the pool. You have to drive on dirt to pull into them (no biggie), but gravel or a sign would be better. Beautiful oak trees, some sites with shade, some in the open. No problem getting satellite. Verizon Mi-Fi and cell service great. Their Wi-Fi also great. 70 channels of cable (DirecTV). Check-in could have been better. We were not given our site number. Directions for pull-throughs not clear, but we figured it out. Gave us outdated map so site numbers were wrong. For a park this large it would help if they escorted you to your site. Monthly rates very reasonable especially for the winter. Will definitely stop there again.
Date of Stay: April, 2012
All the other reviews I absolutely agree with. Awesome park. Only thing lacking is cable TV but not problem getting satellite and local stations. Some extra info: Right off I-35 exit one into OK from TX (Thackerville OK). Paved pet walking track around entire park with disposal places through out. Pool almost ready. 2 new bathhouses with showers and laundry in each. Rec room with free coffee. Fuel station nearby that has lowest diesel prices we found in area. Golf course. Good Verizon cell and Wi-Fi. Their Wi-Fi was fast also. They do have monthly rates. If you don't have a players club card at Winstar Casino, go get one before you check in at the RV park as you get one free night plus $5 off their regular daily rate per night. Once you get to the RV park and check in, if you stay more than 2 nights you get free play. There is plenty of parking for RV's and trucks on the south end of the casino and a shuttle will drop you off at the entrance (New York) where there is a players club desk right in the door. Walmart in Gainesville TX about 7 miles south. Plenty of restaurants and shopping in Gainesville. I also won on slots. If you want the shuttle to the casino, I would park near the office. Shower seats needed maintenance. No road noise that we heard in site 100 across from the office.
Date of Stay: March, 2012
Beautiful new park. Long, level, back-in and pull throughs. Paved streets and pads. Good utilities. Brand new clean private showers and rest rooms. Pet friendly and has dog park (needs more work but fenced). Lake front sites on inlet to Lake Catherine. Boat docks (not at each site). Large saline pool, heated (sometimes). Open all year. 2 levels of Wi-Fi (free and $$ for higher speed). Cabins and yurts. 5 mins to shops and restaurants. Quiet residential area. Trees and landscape has been planted and getting there. Introductory rates for back-ins, and weekly & monthly rates. Great value for the price. We will definitely return when in the area.
Date of Stay: November, 2011
Got satellite plus cable TV. Verizon cell works great, Verizon Wi-Fi works great. Free Wi-Fi in park also 4 bars (didn't try it). Absolutely beautiful new (one year old) quiet, peaceful park. Paved, level long pull throughs. Reasonable rates. Beautiful trees, creek with access to bay by boat. Nice cottages for rent or sale. We will definitely come back and stay longer.
Date of Stay: April, 2011
Bald Eagle Campground. Paved roads, long, paved sites, full hook ups, with parking space for xtra vehicle, patio, picnic table, fire ring. No shade. Young trees planted. Satellite, Verizon air card and cell great. Clean rest rooms and showers. Park Rangers very helpful. Quiet country setting but near enough to shopping. Rate reflects $1 discount for Sr. An awesome place for the price. We will return.
Date of Stay: March, 2011
Brand new park on inlet to Lake Hamilton. Has spotless new restrooms, laundry, workout room, meeting room. Gravel drives and spaces. Spaces are a little tight but very well positioned. Plenty of room for large rigs and slides. Got satellite and their cable tV was good. Wi-Fi had a strong signal from site 25. Very helpful, friendly manager. Close to everything, yet quiet residential area. Would camp here again.
Date of Stay: October, 2010
We got a very nice welcome. The desk clerk recommended a site where we got satellite. It is a quiet park, but pricey for what you get, in our opinion (no 50amp, no cable). Lots of things to do in the area. Fall leaves were beautiful. There are good gravel interior roads, grassy sites, lots of trees. Wi-fi was at our site but some people had to use the pavilion near the office. We would stay here again.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
Beautiful park with several loops. Some waterfront, some with lots of shade. We stayed in West Loop. Park is being upgraded with more 50 amp sites. C Loop is being completely upgraded with large pull through sites, large patios and water at each site. Some have sewer. Has helpful, friendly hosts. We hope to return and stay longer. Our rate is half price with America the Beautiful Seniors or Disabled pass.
Date of Stay: April, 2010
Arrived to office, we were advised site 54 had sewer. Never found site 54. Site 55 (not marked) did have sewer but was occupied. Park office said camp host would check us in. We couldn't find camp host. Decided to dump tanks and take non-sewer site after driving around for 30 minutes. Camp host did find us eventually to take our money. Cash or check only. Nice rest room, but you have to pay for showers four minutes for 75 cents. Beautiful lake. Long pull-thrus. Not paved, no paved patio. A bit pricey for what you get. $2 discount for seniors or disabled. Would camp there again, hope for better service.
Date of Stay: March, 2010
Beautiful park, very wide paved pull thrus and patios, new trees so no shade yet. Full hookups, 50 amp, cable, easy on and off I-40. Special rate $20 per night for 2 nights, 3rd night free. Great service! We liked it so much we stayed there again on the way back across I-40. Definitely would stay there again.