Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $25.00
Stayed overnight passing through. The grass was tall, the road was rough and a little muddy. No restaurant as advertised. Many permanents with rundown campers here. We camped at Cash Point RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $22.00
This will be our last inspection of this park! It is obvious that it will never change. There is a new Black Top road into the property but the park it self is beyond words. We inspect hundreds of parks a year and this one is on the top of the list of being the worst of the worst. The new owner and managers are not experienced in operating an RV Park. They allow very old and ran down RVs in the park with large amount of clutter to be stored around the site. It is obvious that the previous owner passed on the bad habits. All sites are in very bad condition, the electric connections are old and worn. There was no wireless signal, no cable and the park stunk of sewer gas. Both the laundry room and bathrooms are in bad condition and should be condemn. I read a previous review rating this park above a half star, I assure you that either this person is on staff here or they rated the wrong park. The entire park needs to be leveled and start all over! The only thing missing here is the faint noise of a Banjo and guitar playing in the back ground, they have the river! We camped at Cash Point RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2011 - $25.00
We came here after a recommendation from some friends. We had seen some poor reviews online, but nothing current, so we decided to check it out. It is currently under new management, they have been there for three weeks. The roads have been repaired, park has been cleaned up and it was very peaceful. We had a chance to chat with the new management and they have some very modest plans for improvement. They now have Wi-Fi available and a small general store. In the new future there will also be a dog park added!! We are very excited about that! We look forward to see where they will be heading next!! They welcome all comments and are very positive to make this park, with its wonderful location, a very enjoyable park!! Good Luck!! We will be back!!! We camped at Cash Point RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: March, 2011 - $28.00
To begin we have been here before and were very disappointed! We were told that a new owner and managers had taken over so we decided to try it again. Our Children live close to the park and it would be nice to be close to them. The new road entering the park is great, but as soon as you crest the top of the levee it quickly changes. The internal roads are terrible, there are a number of very old campers that actually look abandoned with papers taped to the doors. The rigs that are lived in are in terrible condition with piles of junk around them. There was even washer/dryer combination unit outside to the trailers. The laundry room is clean but in very bad condition as well as the bathrooms. The sites have deep ruts from previous RVs getting stuck and sinking. The new managers are nice but have no clue on RVing or what it takes to run a park! The so called NEW wifi was very weak and extremely slow (snail mail would have been faster)! It appears they took a system that belongs in a single home and tried to apply it to the park. It was quiet but the electric voltage was between 108 to 110, too low for our rig. We will stay elsewhere even if we are further away from our kids. This is more of a run down long term hole in the mud than a RV Park. We have said it before but this time we will never return! We camped at Cash Point RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $25.00
I have been living in this campground since Sept. It doesn't have telephone hook up, cable, internet, or a swimming pool. It isn't family vacation friendly as it has nothing for kids to do. The pads are dirt or grass. it could use some cleaning up. Most of the people that are living here are people that are working in the oil fields and other areas. I have not seen any dogs running loose. It is a pretty quite campground. As everybody seems to work all the time. Would i recommended it to families, no. Would I recommended it to over nighties , yes. We camped at Cash Point RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $25.00
With a recommendation from Woodall's Directory we decided to stay at Cash Point Landing. Bad idea. After paying $25 we pulled into the site assigned to us. The campground was worse than a dump as I now see someone else commented. It was so bad that we left after we pulled in. We pulled right back out and did not even stop to ask for our money back. My husband and I just wanted to get out of that place. I learned to always check out a campground first hand, before pulling in and parking, or paying before we check out the sites. We camped at Cash Point RV Park in a Motorhome.
A real dump! Not a decent looking site in the park, the road leading to the park is a dirt road that is wash boarded out and very rough. The park looks like a rand down Mobile Home park, nothing but long term people. A real dump. The Trailer Life Inspectors were there and told us they were not even listing this place for 2011. I was shocked at how many dogs run wild through the park. We stayed one night and ran like you know what the next morning. We did not plug in to the electrical, the plug was broken into three sections. Live and Learn! We camped at Cash Point RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $22.00
The sites are all on grass. Ours had a broken sewer connection, it was just a horizontal pipe in the ground with a piece broken out. On checking in we were told there was only one site available as the rest were filled with long term renters. 3/4 mile long entrance road, and all park roads are rough gravel and very dusty. Dogs and cats were allowed to run loose and were not picked up after. We camped at Cash Point RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $28.00
My wife and I have been working with a National RV Magazine. We have been asked to visit RV parks and campgrounds for an article to be out in January. This will be about the best and the worst parks in the nation. This Cash Point Landing will be at the top of our "worst list". This property is in terrible condition! It is no longer a RV park, but a full-timer heaven for old and less than attractive RV's. They allow large dogs to roam loose, including Pit Bulls: we were unable to get out of our vehicle in fear of being attacked until the maintenance man came to our rescue. He stated, "The owners allow the residents to let their dogs run around while they are at work." If you are a traveler and a pet owner: do not come here. The road leading to the park is very rough, approximately 1.8 miles of washed out and rutted road leads to this dump. Again: this will be at the top of our list for the worst parks in the nation. We camped at Cash Point RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $18.00
The river view made this park a very nice stay. If you're looking for activities and amenities, this is not the right park. If you're looking for a great price in a pretty setting (if on the river), this is it. Close enough to Shreveport. We camped at Cash Point RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2007 - $20.00
Pretty basic park. Nice place to stay if you want to bring your boat and do some fishing on the Red River. Restaurant and bar on site, however the store has closed. Sites are nice and spacious. We camped at Cash Point RV Park in a Motorhome.