Real EZ on/off from I-10. Makes a very convenient overnight stop. It's more like a grass parking lot with full hook-up than a campground. The rate shown is Passport. This is significantly over priced but it's so convenient will still use it. I can't imagine someone paying the full retail price of $40 to stay here. You register and pay cash only for Passport, at the BP station. The cashier is very pleasant but the lady from the campground office is rude and acts irritate if she has to talk to you. We were expecting a lot of rain so we had a concern about getting stuck since this is all grass. We found that the front sites 1-8 and on very solid ground so rain should not be a problem. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy off-on I-10. Perfect for an overnight stop. Yes, the sites are out in a field and there's no shade. Yes, there are few amenities (bathrooms and laundry only) but you can walk to the Burger King/Gulf and BP gas stations. 30-amp electric wasn't consistent on Lot 5 so we just hooked into Lot 6. Sites are side-by-side so you're close on the facilities side but have a decent "yard" on the door side plus a beautiful big field to play with the dogs or do your morning walk. We would have no problem staying here for a night or even two between stops. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is pricey for what you get. Pull through sites in a level grassy field. It has full hook ups and is about 1/4 mile from I-10. Park is OK for a one night stop. All utilities worked fine. If in the area maybe would use again. Rate reflects passport rate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Convenient campground for overnight stays. (We stayed 2 nights in a pull through -- site 6 behind the gas station.) Easy access from freeway; were not bothered by traffic noise. Essentially a big field rimmed on two sides with campsites. Some shabby mobile homes. Check electric pedestal to confirm power before setting up; first site we pulled into did not have a working pedestal. Got 4G cell/internet with our Novatel mi-fi (Verizon svc). If you can't receive signal, move vehicle a foot or two in either direction. No problems with DirecTV satellite access; also received local channels with antenna. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good for an overnight stop. Only a few hundred feet off of I-10 exit 174. The $20 is the Passport America rate and they only accept cash. Register at the BP gas station. The grass sites are narrow pull-thru, full hook-up with 50 amp. Verizon reception is very good and easy Satellite TV because you're in an open field. They have a dumpster but that's about it. The ground seemed very solid but I'm not so sure I would like to stay on a rainy day. We will use this as an overnight again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you are looking for an overnight RV site with full hookups, easy on and off the I-10 fwy, this is a good place to stop. Most of the sites are in an open field with RV hookups. No trees which is good for satellite. Sites in the field are level, which is where we stayed. Some sites in trees but they do not appear to be level and are closer to the highway. Grass needed to be mowed. No other amenities. Much like a Wal-Mart parking lot but with grass and full hookups. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very quite and nice place to stay the night. You register at the BP station at the entrance. If using Passport, the rate is $22.00 cash. Side by side parking on nice level grassy sites. 50 amp, sewer and water placed in the right spot and all together. The water pressure is low so no need for a regulator but plenty good for showers. This is our second time here and enjoyed it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is a pasture with hookups. No bathroom or shower. When we asked about them we were asked, "Don't you have a bathroom in your RV?" We paid $20 which was a discounted rate. $10 would be overpriced. It is a NOT a quiet park - there was lots of freeway noise. We did not see 30 full hookup sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is just a big grass field with hookups. There is nothing that would make anyone to stay more than an overnight. We paid $20 which was a discounted rate. If we had paid $40 it would have been overpriced. The grass was recently mowed and stuck to the soles of our shoes which tracked into the coach. It is a quiet park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The three previous reviews were right on. If you are really tired and just need a stopover it is passable, otherwise keep driving. This will be our last time here. She demanded cash and the winter rate even though it was 90 deg+ when we arrived. Not friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects discount for AAA membership. There is some road noise. The gas station attendant insisted I pay cash. I'd not recommend this park except as a basic overnight stop. I would look for a different campsite next time, but in a pinch would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As others have stated, this is a very basic campground. Just a grassy field with basic hook-ups. The clerk at the gas station was very rude and told us they were still charging the higher winter rates even though we were here in May. Sad they need to resort to these tactics to gouge a few more dollars from tired travelers. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pretty basic park but for Passport America price of $20 we used it for an overnight stop on I-10. Other than water and electric the sites were completely unimproved. Just a grass field slanting slightly downhill to the north, so get out the blocks if you do not have levelers. The ground is remarkably hard packed so it was no problem after a soaking rain that day and night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
You have to check in at the counter in the gas station at the entrance to the campground. After ignoring me for several minutes, while she counted her money and waited on her gas customers the clerk and I played lets make a deal. Everything was extra including using a credit card. We did not stay as we felt very uncomfortable here. Not a very professionally operated place. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This RV park is fine for overnight stops right off the Interstate. We wish there were more like them. No frills, reasonably priced, and safe. We hooked up to water and electricity, and got a good nights sleep before going on to Alabama the next day. As with a lot of RV parks that charge much more, they could improve the parking spaces and interior roads. At least there was so grass. We'd stop there going back to southern Florida. In fact, we were relieved this park was there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wide open grass field with pull throughs jammed together. Do not stay here if it rains. No gravel, concrete, etc. Sewer connections are too high to drain properly. As other poster stated, located behind a BP stations. Front building has shower facilities with a worn out sofa in front with migrant workers sitting around. There were 2 mobile homes in the back and a number of permanent residents, all migrants drinking beer. There were 3 of us overnighters. I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a large field with a few hookups, suitable for an overnight stay. We checked in at the nearby BP Station and the clerk asked for cash only. Lots of room to run around, if you need to. All grass sites, since there probably isn't that much traffic to damage the turf. But this is a great stopover place, a very short distance off I-10 with easy on/off. A new Super Walmart is about 14 miles away. I'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The best that can be said for this park, is that it is better than dry camping in a parking lot, and they accept Passport. The site was damp and you drag grass into the coach. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is fine for an overnight stop. It says 27 sites, but I think there are less than that as 12 to 15 maybe seasonals. The seasonals are in a separate area from the pull-thru. This campground is basically a large field behind a BP station that has full hookups and 50 amp service. Even though the field is quite large, the sites are narrow. The field is good for exercising pets and stretching legs. For passing through on I-10 this campground is very acceptable and we would overnight here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The owners are very nice. The campground is great, very quiet. There are 2 gastations in walking and safe distance from the campground. And there is also a Burger King. My wife and I saw no migrates on site. Highly recommended campground to stay in! We camped here in a Motorhome.
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Owners are friendly. Sites are all grass and clean. Park is quite. However, it is full of migrate workers that stay in old trailers. There is heavy drinking in the open. We will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is just OK. STOP before the office to register. There is no room to turn if you drive to the office. Roads are dirt/sand. Sites are dirt/sand/gravel/grass. Mostly this seems to be a place for fisherman. Adequate room for big rigs. Friendly people. Restaurant on lake front is only a one block walk. (We didn't try it.) We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful campground. There is a pier for boat large and small boats. Fishing off the pier is great. Areas around the pier, camp store are paved. Some of the areas to the camp sites have sandy road not good for some vehicles. Permanent site up in back, looks old and run down. 2 bedroom trailers for rent and a house for rent available. Bass tournament are held here. Takes over an hour from Tallahassee to here. Would love to stay here but can't afford 420/per month rent plus electric, internet and TV. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have camped here several times. The camp sites are located on Lake Talquin at Hopkins Landing. It is maintained by Gadsden City. Has 2 bath houses that are clean. There is a boat ramp in the park. Sites are mostly grass and all are in the shade most of the day. It is located about 15 miles from Quincy on Hwy 267. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.