When you first arrive, use the phone at check-in station to call Casino hotel desk. They will assign you a site that you can set up your rig at and then go to desk to register and pay. Easy to find and easy access to sites, all sites have level concrete pads for vehicle and picnic tables, water, electric, sewer and cable connections are located properly for my rig. Bath and shower facilities in good condition and clean. No shade at all but overall a very good park that I would not hesitate to stay at again. We camped at Sam's Town RV Park in a Motorhome.
The RV sites are the best aspect of this RV park. They are FHU, mostly pull-through, with long cement pads and patios. with grass between the fairly wide sites. The cable TV is almost 70 channels. The pool is located in a courtyard in the center of the hotel and is at least 300 yards from the RV park. As others have noted, check in is at the hotel. You can call the hotel from a phone in the RV park, but we usually simply go to the hotel desk first. One of the 4 machines in the laundry was out of order and the washer do not have hot water. One of the 3 men's bathrooms was out of order and the other 2 were dirty and semi-flooded by shower runoff. The lack of internet service in the RV park is probably the biggest drawback to this park. We camped at Sam's Town RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $16.00
Stayed 2 nights. There is a phone at the RV park entrance to register when arriving. Then you stop at the hotel desk later to pay. The casino is within walking distance. The Friday night buffet is worth the meal price, wine or beer is included. The sites are concrete pads and patios with tables. There is nice green grass, but no shade. Quiet at night, away from the busy roads. We have stayed here a few times and it has always been a pleasant experience. We camped at Sam's Town RV Park in a Motorhome.
Campground was OK, pretty sterile, no trees. Casino not too far from campground. Check-in lady was not very friendly. The whole area from Robinsonville to Memphis looked kind of depressing. Multiple casinos and hotels looked shut down. No longer a destination for us. BTW, went to see Graceland, looks like the ghetto is closing in on Elvis. Memphis seemed dirty. We camped at Sam's Town RV Park in a Motorhome.
This is another Tunica area casino RV park where you have to check in at the hotel. The sites renovated after the flood of 2011 are cement FHU, mostly pull through, with cable TV that is only about 30 channels. There is no WIFI in the RV park. The bathrooms and laundry in disguised trailers are serviceable. This park offers none of the park amenities and services that existed before floods. We camped at Sam's Town RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $17.00
Don't know where the previous poster got his/her information but 90% of the sites are pull thru. The rate is $17 per night not $35? Park is in excellent shape, but watch the water pressure, it is pretty high. Pet friendly with inclosed dog runs. We stayed here for three nights. We camped at Sam's Town RV Park in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park, BUT there are no pull throughs. The same at Hollywood Casino and campground. This is a huge problem if you are in a motorhome, which requires unhooking, removing Protect-A-Tow, etc. Also, you have to check in at the hotel desk. We had driven for 500 miles, then had to park in a crowded parking lot, with really no RV parking, then wait at least an hour in line to get a site. From now on, we are staying elsewhere. We camped at Sam's Town RV Park in a Motorhome.
As a one night stay, Sam's Town was better than just OK. My only gig was it was way off the main road. Easy to get in and out and clean facilities. All pull through sites and plenty of room. Note that you have to go to the hotel to register and pay. I called the front desk from the phone provided at the restrooms and had a guard come get me and take me to the front desk. I would stay here again, but I would think twice about not spending a little bit more and staying closer to the route of travel. We camped at Sam's Town RV Park in a Motorhome.
Nightly rate shown is based on a "free night" coupon we received in the mail. Last fall we drove through this park and I reviewed this park as an update to the condition of the park post 2011 flood damage. The renovations appear to be almost complete. The sites are in great shape with new power and water hookups. All sites are cement pad with FHU and 30-40 (many redundant) channel cable TV. There is still no WiFi but you may be able to get it in the casino hotel lobby. There is still no RV park office so you have to check in at the hotel. The "new" building in the park is very deceptive. When we arrived it appeared to be a fairly nice structure with a laundry room in the middle of the building and 3 bathroom/shower rooms on each side of the building. When I went around to the back of the "building" I saw that the front and sides were just facades. The back was open revealing 3 trailers. These trailers contained the 2 sets of bathroom/showers facilities on each side of the building and the laundry room in the middle of the building. By the next morning they were enclosing the back of the "building". There is no indication that there will ever be a new RV park office. While the renovated RV sites are nice, the faux bath/laudry facilities, no in park WiFi, and lack of an office lower my rating for this park. We camped at Sam's Town RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $14.00
Clean park. Level concrete pads. They allow use of the exercise room in the hotel to RVers. Bath house is not finished yet but they have temporary ones available. We enjoy staying here and will return. We camped at Sam's Town RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $1.00
We came to this park on our way to another park in the area. We wanted to see what condition it was in "post flood." We have stayed here many times in the past but not since the flood last year. We did not stay: just drove through to check things out. The most important thing to mention is that there is no longer an building with the office, laundry, and bathrooms. There is a small trailer with 3 or 4 portable bath and showers facilities on it. Hardly enough for a 100 site park. Because there is no office, I guess you have to go to the hotel to register. I hope they intend to build a new building with an office, a laundry, and bathrooms. I don't think I would stay here while it is so minimalist. We camped at Sam's Town RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: February, 2012 - $1.00
They are closed from the flood still. But, they are working on getting close to being back open. Looks like they are about finished with rebuilding the laundry and shower house. Did not stay here, but walked around the park. We camped at Sam's Town RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.