Date of Stay: October, 2010
At first glance this park seems very small and crowded. However, once we settled in, we found this to be a wonderful place. It wasn't small, it was Kozy and everyone here was friendly and helpful. It was on a busy road, but for us, we liked being located on a well-known street with access to many things. Once inside the park, however, you felt like you were off the busy street and it was very quiet, safe, and peaceful. We truly enjoyed our 4 night stay here and would not hesitate to stay here again. Stay here and you'll lean the true meaning of "Southern Hospitality." Thank you all for making us feel welcome after a long trip.
Date of Stay: September, 2010
This park was very strange. Pulled in for one night, but only stayed during daylight hours. Although we had a large dog (usually not allowed), she is very quite and well behaved. Many barking dogs all day long with strange people wandering around. Also sites were dirty and not maintained. Also spotted some homeless people outside entrance of park during the day and then sleeping there that evening. Didn't feel safe and left at dark to find another place. It may have many nice people in park, but we were at the front entrance of park and didn't feel comfortable or safe enough to stay.