1 Park near Fayetteville, Arkansas
Aug 2015 - $29.00
It was Sunday so the office was closed. We pulled into site 30, one of the few that was long enough for our 38' motorhome plus truck in tow and it wasn't very level. The 50A power was good as we needed both A/C units. The park was clean enough. The WiFi was very slow, do didn't use it. The pull through sites are open for satellite. - Ned
Aug 2015 - $29.00
1 overnight stop in motorhome. Park has a lot of long term units in it. Roads poorly maintained and our site was not level. No attendant on duty, left the payment in a mail box.
It's ok for a quick stopover. - D Curf
Apr 2015 - $29.00
Make sure to enter and exit in the driveway next to the house (office); the other two are too steep for motorhomes or towables. Gravel roads and sites (most level) are not wide, but are negotiable; three concrete pads near the front. We pulled in after two days of rain and the roads and sites were drained well and solid as long as you stay on the gravel; grass strips between some sites was still pretty soft. The park is clean and well maintained and the full timers sites were tidy. Bathhouses were in a mixed condition. Toilets and sinks were clean. Showers had deteriorating paint and one had melted soap in the soap dish which made it appear dirty; floors needed a good wet mop. This and the rusty supply cupboard and cleaning products clustered around the unconcealed water heater made the bathhouses uninviting. Utilities worked and the free wi-fi and cable worked well. There are no picnic tables or fire rings, but our dogs loved the 5 open acres of grass. The adjacent Tyson plant (100 yards away) produced a constant low frequency rumble that was only noticeable outside; it makes baked goods, so no bad odors. The owner takes only cash or checks, but is friendly and helpful with local information. This is not a destination park, but as the only park in Fayetteville, it is an acceptable base to see the surrounding area. We would stay again. - LoneWolf