Arrived here and met the new owners (bought it 3 years ago.) Very helpful, provided lots of info on the area, and guided us to our site which was a brand new flat concrete site. There are 7 of them on the upper level and more are being poured on the lower level. It is so obvious that they are really trying to make this a nice park. They deserve our support. Free Wi-Fi at 5.5MB download and 3.9 upload. Fabulous. Plans are underway to revamp the bathrooms, etc. Will return here as often as we travel this route. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stopped for a night on our way west. Friendliest and most helpful staff. Owners are great and really nice. Showed us places to eat, local attractions, the works, we were very impressed. Guided to site, staff helped hook up. Unusual! sites are tight and up on the hill are laid out kind of strange, staggered like a diamond. Water pressure as extremely high, I disconnected and went on pump for the night. Everything else great. Would stay here again, but water pressure is concern, I was leaking all over the place with good connections and washers. Definitely would come back just for the owners and staff and deal with the water issue. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Some gravel sites, some with (new?) level cement pads. Somewhat strange layout on cement pad sites, but works fine for one night. Very friendly owner. Dog was able to swim in the pond. Bathrooms and laundry are old, but were clean. Far enough from interstate that there is no road noise. It appears this is a new owner, and they are making improvements. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very convenient to interstate and the best Wi-Fi we have experienced anywhere. Staff is very friendly and they provide you with a nice packet of information on the campground and the surrounding area (places to eat, get gas, Walmart). Lots of grassy and wooded common areas with gazebos, a large fishing lake, and level spots. The pool is very small, but well maintained and the office has long hours with a nice little store inside. Now for the not-good: Spots are narrow with little grass, roads need re-graveled, playground equipment is marginal, and the bath house is long overdue for a remodel (not dirty, but well worn and a long hike if you are in the upper spots). With a few more upgrades, it could easily work it's way up to a 10 in our book. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park for an overnight stop. Everything worked and the site was clean and large. The restrooms were in need of attention but functional. We would stay here again if passing thruough. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Would return if in area again.Easy off & on I-40. Park is a work in progress.Pretty wooded surroundings.Internal updates like concrete pads,are ongoing.A few "rough" old RV's are present and one had a barking dog tied outside.Surprised management allows that.Owners/staff very nice and accommodating. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It had been many years since we last stayed at Parkers Crossroads and our last experience was creepy. After a friend had stayed here recently, we decided to try it again and were very glad we did! The concrete pads are very level, good power, nice grass to walk the dogs. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The upper sites could use a little more landscaping but they're new so as time goes on it will likely grow in. Note that our GPS thought the location was about 1/2 mile further north on 22, so watch carefully for the campground signs. We would stay here again when needing a campground between Memphis and Nashville. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this park because it is close to my childhood home and it allowed me to have easy access to family. We had to travel at the last minute and were able to follow the clear instructions to hook up at 1am. The biggest down side here, is that I think that they like to let the locals use the pool. So it is packed, especially on weekends and holidays. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was overnight stop on the way to North Carolina. The camp hosts were so nice, gave us a great welcome and provided an escort to the site which was more than big enough for our 55+ foot rig. Great when you do not want to unhook out TOAD. More improvements each year. Some sites will have wooden decks. The park has a pool, a free fishing pond and a driving range. Very fast free Wi-Fi. Access from the interstate was easy but far enough away that you have no road noise. A $14.95 rate is available for a 1 night stay, 30 amp electric, no water or sewer. They say this is for the frugal that might stay a Walmart. History buffs can enjoy the Parkers Crossroads Battlefield and it's self-guided tour or visit the Shiloh Battlefield. This park is about 14 miles north of Lexington, TN. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here in a 22 footer in a pull through spot. I have stayed here several times over the past couple of years and the park keeps getting better and better as they update and expand. Easy access off the interstate. Park is gravel and I stayed in a gravel spot. Staff member said they did have some concrete pads they just put in on the hill. Connections were new. Cable TV and Wi-Fi where excellent with cable having 60 plus channels. Staff was great! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was overnight stop on the way to Texas and was a great choice. The camp hosts were so nice, gave us a great welcome and provided an escort to the site which was more than big enough for our 30 foot rig. Access from the interstate was easy as was the entrance to the site. The bonus was the golf driving range on site. We did not use any of the facilities on site so cannot comment on them. We would use this site again if passing through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good park for an overnite stay but otherwise there is not much going on here. The host were very nice and the sites are concrete slabs. The cable and WIFI was very good. We will be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pleasant and helpful park personnel. The park shows promise, but is a long way from reaching it's potential. Sites close together...most are pull throughs. Bathrooms/showers were somewhat clean, with mold/mildew on the bottom of two out of three shower curtains...only a little disrepair...small showers and tiny dressing area. We stayed in a camping cabin...were assured it was non-smoking. Even though it contained two no-smoking signs, it reeked of tobacco smoke. We had one of the most unpleasant and restless nights we've had for a long time, and only endured it because the stormy weather made erecting our tent impossible. Be warned: Unless you can stand the stench of stale tobacco smoke, steer clear of the "non-smoking" cabins. You'll be glad you did. Unless we are traveling in our RV or the weather is nice enough for our tent, we will pass this park next time we travel through this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was an exceptional stay for me! I stayed here for 8 months while working in Jackson, TN. The rate above is based on the monthly "rent". Cannot say enough about the Camp-worker's while I was there! Awesome folks! The owners travel between Nashville and Parker's, however, the on-site managers were great! Always there to take care of any problems or escort RV's to their spots. A ton of work was been done to the place (improvements) while I was there. Shaded spots, concrete pads, gravel pads, etc... Will definitely stay here, again, should I ever work in the Jackson area! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was an excellent campground for an overnight stay on our way to Branson, MO. Close enough to Interstate 40 to be convenient but not so close as to hear the noise. Very friendly staff...very helpful. Would stay here again...hopefully longer the next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Don't know how previous reviewer gave a 10 here. Park is in transition, yes. Apparently it was a KOA. Bathrooms are showing age/misuse. Gameroom and laundry need finishing. Semi-permanent workers living here, but all seemed pleasant. Very nice resident managers. OK for an overnight off the interstate, but not a $28 stop. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a stop over for us on our way to Gatlinburg. Upon arrival the friendly staff point our children to the catch and release fishing pond. After releasing several nice bass (use night crawlers) the kids fed the resident geese and 1 duck who thinks he is a goose. We then spent some time in the well kept pool. In the later evening our hosts drove around the park handing out popcorn. Everyone loved it!! It is one mile off of the interstate. They have level cement slabs, laundry rooms, pool table and hot showers. The office/gift shop has everything you could need. They have a pavilion with a nice BBQ grill right next to the pond. I wish more parks could have this same down home, welcoming feeling! We wish we had time to stay one more night! Thank you to our hosts for making our stay one that our family will always remember. We will definitely return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We found this gem and fell in love with the campground. I may be rating it a little high at this point. However, I feel the new owners when done rebuilding will be at a rating of 10. We had new cement pads and a great view of the pond. Plus the Geese and Ducks wander all over and help add a homey feeling. The owners are great. They told us where the local stores were (took me back to my childhood) and places to tour. They made you feel like you were family. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Trees and shade depend on which section of the campground you use. The 60-70' pull-throughs have just been redone and have 40' level cement pads. Sites 1-23 have some trees and 1-19 are pull-throughs but if you are long, you will have to unhook. They also have a 1 night rate of $14.95, 30 amp only, no water or sewer and a limit of one night. As they say, "for the Walmarters". Good 3G signal, free Wi-Fi, and we have always had an escort to out site. Sites 29-35 are up on the hill and have great satellite reception. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good stop for overnight. Washroom and shower area is old and a little run down. Shower stalls very small. Lots of hot water though. Managers were friendly and helpful. Our site was very steep and I am sure my 5th wheel would have hit my pickup box so I am backing out of pull through site. I would stop here again for an overnight. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy access from I-40 via a four-lane highway, and although it's a steep climb into the park, it's paved and not a problem. We had an escort to the site, a long (70') pull-through. Interior roads and sites are gravel, and our site was not very level. No trees, a crumbling table, and a fire ring at each site. Free cable TV and good free WiFi. Verizon cell and Aircard worked well. Our coach was lit at night by a large, bright security light adjacent to the pull-through sites. The hosts state that the new owners are putting a great deal of work into the park; it's an old KOA and it needs it. Not a bad stay, but not a memorable one, either. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites we saw were fairly well maintained. Amenities sound better than they look. Lake was low and not really usable. Pool was small but looked okay. Not full when we stayed yet they parked us right next to another rig when plenty of empty ones were available. I don't know why the staff (of this one or any park) doesn't think when they are assigning spots. Most don't even seem to know what their sites are like. Is far enough off all roads that it was quiet yet close to interstate for convenience. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Entrance is steep but paved. We had site #34 which was a long pull through with a nice yard area. They do have WiFi now, 70 cable TV channels. The pool was in use for a birthday party around 2 p.m., and looked like the kids were enjoying themselves. The pool was far enough from our site, we didn't hear any noise. The park is approximately 1 mile from I-40 and there was no noise from it or highway 22. Very good campground and we will return again!!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an excellent campground. I love the staff and the owners. The bathrooms are nice, pool is nice and the campsite itself was very nice. We had a brand new deck added onto the site so we had a place to grill and sit without sitting in gravel or grass. The campground was very quiet! They also have a nice store on the grounds for quick items you might need. Would highly recommend stopping here and not staying in the campgrounds in Jackson Tennessee or the campground in Yuma, Tennessee which is about 50 miles West. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Lexington and Jackson are the 2 larger towns it is near. I had never heard of "Yuma". Only 1 mile off I-40, Exit 108. New owners are doing a great job. Very friendly. My pull thru site was 60' or longer. Great for overnight stop or for several nights. Near Natchez Trace State Park. McDonald's and several restaurants at this exit. The price I posted includes state sales tax. (28.50 less 10% plus tax = $28.15. They have some cute cabins with A/C. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good overnight park. There are new owners and the managers are enthusiastic about the owner upgrading the grounds. They are bringing in gravel, revamping the pond, and are going to add cable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Looks like an old KOA that needs some work. This campground has just been sold and the new owners are working hard to improve the campground. Wi-Fi and cable in just part of the campground. The sites were level and all gravel. I will come back again just to see what its like after the new owners fix this place up some as they seem like there trying to make things better. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Pulled in late for an overnight and was a little worried because there was only one other camper around: a seasonal that looked like it had been there for decades. Office was closed, so we picked the nearest pull-through site, hooked up what we needed, locked up and went to sleep. Took the dog for a walk in the morning and saw that further back in the CG were other campers. There was a really nice pool and two playground areas for the kids. Bathrooms were old, but clean. Might stay here again for an overnight or short stay if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a very good stop for an overnight stay from Interstate 40 travel. We have a 40 foot Class A and there are several sites up on a hill that you can pull in and out of easily even with a tow car. You actually take up two smaller sites but the owners are OK with that and just charge for one site. That is why I said it was big rig friendly which was different from some other reviews. It was quiet, clean and very convenient to the interstate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Poor layout, trashy looking, badly in need of maintenance, I saw no evidence of 50amp, sites & roads too small for 40ft towing a vehicle - had to unhook to try to get into a site for the night, no assitance offered by staff, staff not knowledgeable, hook ups so old had to use bungee cords to hold the power cord in, stray cats and wild life fighting, mating & raiding trash all night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Website was very inviting, but when we arrived it was a surprise. This campground looks as if it was a former KOA. The campground was clean, but need some loving tender care. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Campground? More like an RV junkyard. Old trashy trailers permanently set up. Junk cars and RV's on site. Barn with makeshift auto repair shop inside the campground. Don't waste your time with this one unless you just need a place to sleep and don't care what it looks like. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.