Date of Stay: August, 2010
We are in a 30 amp, 30 foot TT and with nothing but our converter running a few lights we are showing 100 to 103 volts at the pedestal. Electric meters showed better after most of the campers cleared out for the day. We are on the last row of 30 to 35 foot long so called pull throughs. Very, very tight turns in this park. You have to ask people to move their vehicles to maneuver this park. The hosts here are nice and helpful, the park is clean, but we would not stay here again because of worry of low voltage and the possibility of being hit by departing camping rigs.
Date of Stay: February, 2009
Very clean older park. Easy access to area attractions from this park. Wi-Fi worked great at site. Price reflects weekly rate. We will camp here again.
Date of Stay: October, 2006
Shady Pines RV Park is an excellent park. Management is the most polite I have met so far. All concrete 90 foot long pull thru’s and back-in sites with plenty of room between each site. Small, free fishing lake that requires no license to fish and keep your catch. The large activities building, bathrooms, and showers are the cleanest that I have seen to date. Free cable TV and free Wi-Fi at each site and phone on some sites. Wi-Fi worked great at our site. Park is not on I-30 but close enough to make for easy off and back on for short stops. Also, Bryce’s Cafeteria (8 miles from park) is the best cafeteria you will ever eat at. This is a great park to stay for short or long term visits. Many sites to see all within a little over an hours drive (casinos in Shreveport, the mountains at Mena, and Lake Wright Patman).