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I discount for back to back services and lack of elbow room. We were greeted at the entrance by the owner who guided us to a great pull through spot. It had been raining the night before so he checked the spot first before returning to guide us. There are semi-mature trees but we were able to set out slides on both sides with no problem. Forget an awning, however. Sites are gravel with picnic tables and fire rings. Firewood available at reasonable cost. We had no problem with mosquitoes. Lots of tenting spaces. Great value for full hookup with Passport. Else $40 would be a stretch. Lots of showers but perhaps not enough if the tent spots are full during bike week.

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This park is completely adequate if you do not need showers or a clean bathroom. The spacious grounds are mowed and green at this time after the rains. There is a very helpful camp host so one does not have to stop at the golf course to register. We had a pick of probably 5 level sites, all with 50A and water service on grass or gravel. . We were warned of fire ants but did not see any. Most sites have no significant shade. There are flush toilets and a sink with cold water. Ceilings and walls have spider webs and mud dauber nests. I understand there is very little water in the reservoir so don't plan on using the beach to swim. If one wants to golf, this would be a great place to park. There is a dump station as you exit. There is a pavilion that one could use for a group camp. Nice tent camping area as well but where would one use the latrine?

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I would rate this park higher if it were not called a Resort, and if it did not charge resort rates. Two things that bring my rating down. 1. The pool is about the size of a hot tub. Soaking only - no swimming. 2. The park shows it's age as the sites are suited for trailers, not motor homes. The pull-through sites have the services at the rear so one would have to unhook the toad to reach. The back-in sites have the pads towards the rear so one accesses a motor home from the gravel. I will admit, the gravel is weed free and appears to be freshly placed. The grass area was green with some grass and weeds but no watering capability so it was green because of the heavy rain this year. There were NO potholes in the entrance! Pleasant check-in. I received an extra discount because the "pool" is under reconstruction.

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This park is not big rig friendly. Sharp turns on narrow curbed streets. Fortunately, there were no campers on 30 amp side so was able to maneuver into only site available with 50 amp full hookups. Bring a Y hose adapter as there is one water per 2 sites. Sewer hookups way to the rear or underneath. Office not open but sign says find a site and manager will come around to collect. Did not come by last night. Nice little town with good restaurant. Only four 50 amp sites and two 30 amp sites. Two of the 50 amp sites were filled with 30 amp rigs. No trees for shade as they are on the north side.

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The sites are 50 ft and best suited for 5th wheels or trailers as the services are at the rear of each site. Had to remove toad and park along side (plenty of room). Need to check out a key for the water ($5.00 refundable). Sewer way in back needed all of the hoses I had. Nice shade trees. Quiet behind the Motel. Confusing one way signs and entry into site. I would stay there again.

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Rate is for pull through or lake site. Pull through nicely designed so you do not have to disconnect toad to reach services. Sites are level enough to be comfortable in a motorhome. Guided to site. Plenty of room between sites in pull through area. Three dollars extra for Cable TV. So rate should be $43.

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Not good for a big rig towing. The services are at the rear of the pull through so one must unhook the toad to use the full hook up. Few of them are level enough for a motorhome comfortably. We decided to go on to find a better site.

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Amenities include water and electric, lake access, playground. Half of the sites would have utilities on wrong side. Mostly gravel sites. A few would have midday shade. No dump station. Mirror Lake is a small lake with idle only speed limit. Lots of playground equipment in the park. Nicely maintained. Good Verizon data and voice connection. Rate is $20 for water and electric. No hookup is $10. No TV available.

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Stay here if you want to get away. No TV, No Verizon, no generator from 8 a.m to 8 p.m. Nice to tour the area and take hikes. We have a 40' MH and had no problems with the pull through sites. Host needs to trim some trees that encroach on the sides of the access road in the parking area. Will scrape any size vehicle.

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Access roads smooth enough gravel. We have a 40 ft MH with slides on both sides. We were charged $20 (Passport) for a pull through site. Sites are too narrow with trees encroaching on both sides so we ended up using two back to back sites. Hookups are common to two sites. The park was set up for trailers. The pull through sites besides being too narrow, are not level. Only OTA signal for TV is FOX. Verizon signal good for phone and internet.

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Previous review is spot on. These sites are very roomy at 60 Ft CTC. Very popular on weekends. Since this is "first come first served" we had our son park a car in the last available FHU site to hold it for us on Thursday. There are 12 FHU sites, but there are also 10 electric only sites with good grass, that look like they have not been used this year. So with the dump station, that makes a good $15. Nice amenities including basketball, volleyball, lacrosse, swings, jungle gym, etc. We would stay here again.

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I rarely rate a park a 10. It is not advertised as a resort so the lack of a pool is not a discount. Let's talk about the pluses. While the entrance road once was paved, the holes have been carefully patched with limestone class 5. The access roads have been smoothed recently. Escort to the site. The sites are all level. Pull through plenty long to keep the toad attached and have the sewer "right there" Good OTA TV reception. Good Verizon telephone and 3G service. Garbage pickup at the site. And of course the view is exceptional. We were in the back row but had plenty of opportunity to see the barges (and flotsam) go by. Bathrooms clean and tidy. We would stay here again.

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No one at office. Had no idea if rates on sheet in pocket includes discount. Way overpriced for what you get, but it is the only thing available in the area. Sites poorly laid out, especially the sewer connections. Fortunately we did not need sewer tonight. About 5 of the pull throughs are long enough to keep the toad connected. Bathrooms are painted a dark tan; floors dripped with paint. Cleaning supplies stacked around the water heater. No towels or dryer for your hands at the lavatory. In general, I was not impressed. We would plan to stay elsewhere.

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This park is well situated to do the Corinth, Shiloh tour. Parked for 2 nights. Good water and sewer hookup as well as 50 amp service. Level concrete pads about 40 by 25. We used the back in sites which have a tree line behind (to the East so no shade). Yes, there is no landscaping or trees other then the perimeter but there is nothing to hamper the view of the creek and valley. It is mid April, and it appears we are the only itinerant party here. About 5 units seem to be somewhat permanent here taking what shady spots are available. We would stay here again.

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Did not stay at this park, but drove by on the way to Lake Chicot State park. I called to get some details. 6 sites have 50 amp service. They were booked up as most sites are yearly rented. Some sites are available for weekend fishermen.