Overall a very nice state park. Spots were close together but with most people out on the water we had our site to ourselves. Had Wi-Fi near an interpretive building so we could check in with family. Staff very nice and helpful. Will return for more camping in the future. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
The staff was extremely helpful and friendly. Our site was level and a great view of the lake. We will be going back to this park in the fall for the changing of the leaves. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Camped here years ago and the place has gotten even better. Sites have great views and waterfront access which our pup loved. Wi-Fi is limited to a small area by one repeater but we had strong cell phone and wireless computer card access with Verizon. Some sites will not accommodate big rigs but many will. We stayed in the "E" loop which has 50-amp power. Other loops are tents only or 30-amp power. Really friendly and helpful office staff. Beautiful park views although trees make satellite reception spotty we got out a portable dish. We would come back in a flash. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The use of a state park for camping always has some down falls and this one was fine for the couple nights we spent there. It was close enough to drive to the diamond mines (great family activity). The restrooms were clean although there were some flying insects. It was very dark after the sun went down I would suggest you take a flashlight if using the showers after dark. We would return it was a nice public park. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Beautiful setting on Lake Greeson. We stayed in loop b, but loop d had the nicest sites. This is a nice place for a baseecamp when going to Crater of Diamonds State Park. Have your supplies before getting to the park as Kirby is tiny. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park and people running it were very friendly. Beautiful view of lake in some sites, very clean. Close to diamond mine if you want to give it a try we did but didn't find anything, but a fun day. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Gorgeous setting on Lake Greeson. Most sites waterfront with access to lake. Swimming, fishing, boating (boat docks available). Nice shade sites with picnic tables, fire rings/grills. About 30 minutes from Murfreesboro; 45 minutes from Nashville (AR); 1 hour from Hot Springs. HIGHLY recommended! We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This was an overnight stop but it is not an ideal location for that since it is 30 miles off I-30 and over country roads. The park has three different CGs. I used Weston because it was more big rig friendly. There is a mix of gravel pull through and back ins with picnic table, fire pit, grill, and fish cleaning table. Water pressure and voltage was good. VZW 3G was three bars. I came thinking that I would get peace, quiet, a lake view, and fresh air. I was not disappointed. That is the reason that I did not check out OTA TV or Wi-Fi. Satellite reception will depend on the sites with the least trees. The bath house was only adequate and there were no electrical outlets in it. None of the sites in Weston are reservable. The entire park has a mix of FHU and W/E plus a marina, boat launches, and a swim beach. The staff was courteous and helpful. Rate is based on A.T.B Acess Card. We camped here in a Motorhome.