Date of Stay: May, 2008
This is a beautiful park. We almost did not come here because of the previous post. We do not like to pay excessive tolls. However, we were surprised to find that the bridge toll is only $1.00 per axle for large vehicles. Therefore, we paid only $4.00 for our motorhome pulling a car. The toll is only $1.00 for a car, so we could have saved a dollar by un-hooking before we crossed the bridge. The previous poster is correct in that they charge the toll both ways and it is the most direct route to the campground from I-29. The Wi-Fi was good from our site in Loop B. We found the restrooms to be fairly clean. This park does fill-up almost every weekend during the summer, so reservation are strongly recommended. They only have 10 sites with 50 amps, all the rest have 30 amps. Water is available but not always within 50’. Bring a long hose, just in case.
Date of Stay: May, 2008
Nice campground with lots of sites on the beautiful Elk River. Owners were friendly and helpful. They offer canoe and kayak trips, tube rentals, and fishing is allowed. This park is close to Belle Vista, AR. Sites are gravel & dirt, so it got muddy when it rained on us. But we still really enjoyed our stay here.
Date of Stay: August, 2007
This park is expensive for what you get. The Woodalls Website does have an online coupon if you stay two days get third night free when staying Mon - Thurs. I asked about this coupon when making reservations for Wednesday - Friday night. Staff person who took my reservation advised that I would just pay for one weekday and one weekend night and get one night free. She also advised I could get the 10% Good Sams discount. When I arrived, the lady would not honor the coupon. It felt like a bait & switch game. They did give us the Good Sams discount but gave us a standard site, which is very tight. Sprinkler system and highway noise is annoying. Recommend not staying here on the weekend, because it is busy and sites are tight.
Date of Stay: August, 2006
This is a convenient overnight stop or place to stay while visiting in the Flint area for self-contained units. Cement pads with full-hookups. Cross Roads Village, Huckleberry Railroad, and Frankenmuth are all nearby. We heard some train whistles and highway noise. This may be a problem for some travelers. Owner was very friendly and helpful.