This is a GREAT place to spend some time if you're looking for a quiet and peaceful location. There are only 11 sites and a small cabin available, but everything is in excellent condition. The sites are all back-in, but site 10 can work as a pull-through for bigger rigs. The owners are extremely accommodating and friendly. The utilities are all new and in excellent working conditions. Sites are mostly level, but you may encounter slight variations to deal with, using your leveling jacks. The park is all grass (very well maintained) with gravel road inside. We absolutely loved staying here and will definitely return for a longer stay next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is not an RV "park", but an old farm field with a single bath house (one toilet, one shower) and a single W/D unit, with 11 HUGE spaces. They are gravel and not overly level, however the owners maintain it flawlessly and you couldn't find more accommodating folks. It's about 10 miles out of Russellville, close to the area lakes and very quiet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here three nights. Mack's looks like a has been park. The owners are friendly and helpful but elderly and the park has suffered over the years. Water and 30 amp are good but only a few sites with sewer and they are very small and very tight. Not much to do, but it is peaceful and quiet. Our 40 footer was too big really so anything other than a travel trailer or pop up is probably too big. The store and cafe are closed but in the day must have been real good. If I had come here 10 years ago, I would have loved it, but with no sewer, no 50 amp, and no TV or Wi-Fi, it limits your abilities. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.