Probably the nicest CG managers I've ever encountered and extremely easy to get to from the Interstate. The interior roads are narrow in some places but not a problem. Pad was concrete but a lot of earth over the top of it (rained heavily the night before). Peacefull with adequate shade but you could hear the trucks on I-59. Free fishing pond, playground for the kids. Lot of hills not good for bicycling. I used this CG several times as it's near the halfway point between my work in Louisiana and my home in Alabama. It's a good place to stay for a night while traveling. I don't think I'd stay any longer unless I had business in Laurel or was holed up due weather. Drawbacks - Highway noise which has increased since it's where the speed limit changes from 70 to 55 and the trucks love to hear the jake brake roar, fortunatly there is not a lot of traffic on I-59. The only other consideration is they allow full time residents and a couple of them had less than desirable rigs. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The owners were friendly and helpful and escorted us to our pull-through site on a concrete pad at the bottom of the hill. We had nice shade trees, and the site itself was level. Our electric, sewer, and water hook-ups were placed well, and we had good TV reception. However, you had to walk up a steep hill back to the office to obtain a wi-fi signal. It was close to twilight when we arrived, and I wish I would have brought a flashlight with me because I had to walk back to our campsite in total darkness when I got finished with my email. They really need to add a couple of light poles along the road to make it easier on folks trying to navigate the steep hill at night. There were a few long term residents near us, but they were quiet. The biggest drawback to this RV park is the extremely heavy and noisy freeway traffic running alongside the park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A great park with excellent hosts! We have stayed here two times before and will stay every time we are in the area! Very enjoyable. Shady sites, quiet, and very friendly! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at site 27: in the two days we stayed here we picked up a hoard of tiny ants that were all over the site and now in our RV. The site was very narrow and on the side of a hill. No picnic table and cable TV barely worked. Nice enough folks, but this particular site was awful. Others might be better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small, plain but pleasant RV Park with friendly staff. Convenient to I-59. Gravel sites and interior roads. Wi-Fi only good on top of hill near office. Owner made sure propane heaters were running full tilt in rest room / shower area - it was below freezing outside. Many long-term transients but they go off to work early. Everyone was holed-up on this cold day. Helpfulness of earned them points in my book. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.