Date of Stay: September, 2015
This park is my all time favorite park. I have stayed here 4 times in the 103 loop and couldn't be happier. The sites are private, shady and have concrete pads. The bathrooms are clean and well maintained. I love riding bikes to the beach area, the dune lakes, and down 30A. You can ride forever. There is also a pool and a tram that will take you to the beach if you don't ride a bike or want to walk. There are miles of sugar sandy beaches. All sites have sewer, water, cable. There is also a tent area and cabins you can rent. Just incredible!
Date of Stay: June, 2013
The campground was close to Gettysburg National Park but it needs maintenance. My site needed mowing as it was in an open field with only a couple of trees. There were many full-time campers in the park with well maintained sites even though most of those campers were not actually on site. The bathrooms would be my biggest complaint. The clipboard said they were to be cleaned twice a day. It had not been cleaned for 3 days by the end of my 4-day stay. There were many tenters and RVers with no full hookups using the facility so it went downhill fast. The RVer next door was waiting on a "better site" so he annoyed us by playing his TV so loud that we could hear it through the hard sides of the trailer all night our last night. The staff was nice enough and answered all my questions about getting places in town. A plus is that their campers get free tickets to the diorama and it was great. We did not have a bad stay at the park but the score would certainly go up if the bathrooms had been cleaned daily.
Date of Stay: September, 2011
Camp on the Kentucky is not a place for big rigs or 30 foot trailers. It is tough to get into and out of the gate to the park. The rain made the road and grass slick and the "gravel" road was in severe need of more gravel and pothole filling. The bathroom was poor at best. The one shower was not clean and there were no paper towels for 2 days. There was no one on site for 2 days during our stay. The Wi-Fi went down and there was no one to report the problem to. We had to write notes and call a phone number (that no one answered) to report problems. The septic at our site filled up and we could not fully dump before leaving the campground. We did have free Wi-Fi, a fire ring, and a good picnic table. We could not get a phone signal in the campground so the owner left a cordless phone outside the door in case of emergency. I will not return here.
Date of Stay: September, 2011
Loved Mid-South RV Park! Large sites, concrete pads, level, quiet. We had a tree for shade on our pull-through site. Free cable TV. Great price plus 10% off for AARP or Good Sam. Staff was friendly and accommodating. Casino bus came to the park hourly. Nice clean bathrooms. Laundry on site - not expensive. Only negative was no free Wi-Fi. We would definitely go back to Mid-South!