Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $25.00
Pull throughs for those just passing through. Pretty decent back ins for those staying longer. Very pleasant office help. Very near big TA truck stop with decent restaurant. Campground looks to be well kept. Good inner roads. Close to Shreveport casinos if you care to make a donation. We camped at TA Travel Center in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: February, 2011 - $26.00
Not sure what has happened to this park, but it has gone down hill like an avalanche! The electrical connections are extremely worn, and the site is in very bad condition. They have allowed RV's to park in the OPEN field in front of the park with blue tarps covering them. Above ground electrical and sewer lines ran to the sites. The park itself is in terrible condition. They have lost the Good Sam endorsement due to the condition of this park. By far one of the largest failures since we have began evaluating RV Parks over 11 years ago. When I approached the staff regarding the issues, they told me they could not care less. The manager stated very clearly that they do not want overnight RVer's. They are a long term park only! We camped at TA Travel Center in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $29.00
I can not believe that Good Sam has approved this dump as a Good Sam Park. They have packed long term works in so bad that they now have them in a field even closer to the interstate. When is enough a enough people? I asked the manager why don't they just become a Trailer park, stop advertising in the "RV" Traveling books, and she stated "we need to make a buck when we can". This is not Good! Now to the site. It was level, the power was weak, no Wi-Fi or cable. There is a train that is VERY close and the road noise from interstate 20 at night is terrible. There is a Truck Stop right next to the park so there is noise and movement all night long. The sites are tight and not big rig friendly. Again, my question is why is Good Sam allowing this park to operate this under the Good Sam Logo? There are NO Amenities what so ever! We camped at TA Travel Center in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $25.00
This is now a TA park. It is right behind the TA Travel Center. OK for a one night stay. Very noisy and there is a RR track right next to the park. Lady in the office was very helpful. Pull through sites were level and concrete. Wi-Fi through the park doesn't exist. Piggybacked on another router. Cable was good. Not a destination park. We camped at TA Travel Center in a Motorhome.
Small park obviously built years ago when RV's were a lot smaller. Spaces are very close together and have mostly full timers. Train tracks are very close, several trains come through a night and can get quite noisy. Also right near the freeway, so there's some freeway noise. Our 5'ver is well insulated so the freeway noise did not bother us, but the train did. Not a lot of room to maneuver a big rig. Stayed here one night but we will not come back. We camped at TA Travel Center in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: November, 2009 - $29.00
This is a Long Termers Park only! They have three overnight spaces. We failed to make reservations at our regular park in Shreveport and had to stay here one night. The sites were level but very close and tight to get in and out of. The electric connections were old but appeared to be ok. No cable or wifi available, good cell service. There is a lot of Highway noise. It is next to a Truck Stop. It was a cold night so the truckers ran their engines all night, all you could smell was diesel fumes. The Manager is new, very friendly! The exit road is rough but if you navigate through the pot holes you should be ok. We camped at TA Travel Center in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2009 - $22.00
Very crowded parking: our slide-outs were almost touching the rig next to ours. A lot of monthly full-timers working on the oil rigs in the area: loud welding trucks coming in and out. Located very close to the interstate. The 50 amp plug was broken at our site, so we used the thirty amp adapter. Entering and exiting the park is very tricky, however it is next to a TA truck stop so fuel was handy. The manager is new and very nice: it appears she is trying to clean the place up. We were staying a couple of weeks and decided to find a different location. We camped at TA Travel Center in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $32.00
This is not a travelers park. There are three (3) spaces, not two rows and it is located near I-20 not I-30. The park is 99% long-term residents working the pipe line. We never did find anyone to help us. They only accept cash if one of the three spaces is open. Not Traveler Friendly. We camped at TA Travel Center in a Motorhome.
This park is about 95% permanent residents. When we arrived, there was no one in the office and no directions to the available sites, even though we had called ahead; a resident told us where to park. There were only 3 sites available for transients. Although they claimed to accept credit cards, we had to leave cash in an envelope since no one was ever in the office. It's a Good Sam's park, but I can't see why. Not welcoming to RVers, wished we had stayed elsewhere for the night. We camped at TA Travel Center in a Motorhome.
This is a great park when passing through the area. They have 2 rows of pull-thrus that are just for overnighters or short term. We have stayed here in the past and will again. We camped at TA Travel Center in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a good park, close to I-30 but not noisy and close to fuel and a restaurant. The sites are close together so I wouldn't want to be here for an extended period, although there are some that live here. We camped at TA Travel Center in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2007 - $25.00
The sites were clean and well kept. We arrived after the office was closed, chose a site and checked in with the manager the next morning. The people were friendly. We camped at TA Travel Center in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a small campground which is part of a truck stop. The campground and truck stop are separated by about a block. The campground is conveniently located just off the interstate, there is some freeway noise, but it was not bothersome to us. There is also a railroad track about 400 yards behind the campground. There were a number of trains which passed by during the night. If you are a light sleeper, you would probably be disturbed. There are trees in the campground; however, it appears that most of these sites are being used by long term residents. There was no pool or any other activity for the kids. Pull thrus were concrete pads, with a separate concrete pad and a picnic table at each site. The sites were very close together. The campground area was clean and some landscaping was present at the pull thru sites. There was no attendant in the office the entire time we were at the campground. However, when we called to check on availability of sites, the lady answering the phone was helpful and courteous. Overall, this campground is okay for an overnight stay; we might stay there again if passing through the area but would not go out of our way just to stay at this campground. We camped at TA Travel Center in a Fifth Wheel.