We stayed in this campground because it was close to our daughters house and we came to visit our new grandson. We stayed for 3 weeks. The camp hosts are very nice and helpful and I would give the little campground a 10 but can't due to the conditions of the bathrooms.The bathrooms are very primitive and dirty. One toilet had no seat, one sink was broke, no soap or paper towels. The showers offer little privacy, have push button knobs, no where to set your things and there were cigarette butts and old toilet paper on the floor. YUCK! We stayed in a treeless, gravel pull through. The space was huge and clean.They due have nice sites with trees but they aren't as big. Wi-Fi worked good but had terrible TV reception. Nice, quaint little park but if you stay here definitely bring your own potty and shower. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice clean pack - good gravel roads and level gravel pull-through sites. We spent 2 nights here and was very pleased with the park. Friendly staff. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is clean, well-maintained and quiet. The park is a few miles off the interstate but worth the short drive. The park host was very friendly and knowledgeable. The pull-through sites are near the front of the park and have no trees to block roof-top satellite. We only stayed one night but would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were here for 2 weeks: weekly rate is $120. There are 7 nice-sized level, gravel pull through sites in the front of the park with 50amps, full hookups and little trees so the roof top satellite dish works great. Back-in sites are in the back of the park in a wooded area where there's a small pond. Sprint cell phones and air card for internet works OK but signal strength is low. Very quiet park with no nearby trains or busy roads. 2 miles to downtown Herrin; Marion and Carbondale are the larger cites nearby. Friendly staff. You can get your mail sent here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was more than acceptable for the price. We used it as an overnight stop. There were very few people in the park. On a Saturday night, we had no other coaches on either side of us for at least 5 spots. There are two "sections" to this park. One appears to be the original park and has mature trees. The other is right near the park entrance and is without trees. This front section would be good for a very quick in and out overnight stay. There were literally no coaches in this entire section. Utilities were functional and stable. The park had some animals in it (cats and dogs), the cat roamed free but all dogs we saw were on leashes. The showers were clean and functional, though I didn't care for the layout. The bathroom building appeared new, and was a metal building. The sink, toilets and showers were all within the same building. The showers were provided with shower curtains for privacy. The floors were bare concrete, no tile. Being off the Interstate, this place was very quiet. The staff and locals were very friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very nice. Nightly rate is $16 and weekly is $90. The park is shady and quiet with a friendly manager, gravel roads, grass and lots of trees. The park also has a small lake, mostly for a view, not for boating or swimming or fishing. The trees provide a lot of shade, but there are enough treeless areas that we are able to get good satellite reception. Park manager carves trees during his spare time, so there are many trees with faces on the front, or that have been turned into bears or dolphins. The owner is in the process of adding a couple of pull-thru sites strictly for overnighters. Herrin is a nice town with many fast food places, a Walmart (not a supercenter), some restaurants. The rv park is across the street from the town park that has many playground areas for children and lots of picnic areas. We would definitely return to this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.