5 Parks near Memphis, Tennessee
Apr 2016 - $20.00
Large level sites, offered FHU, Wifi was great, no cable, access to storm shelter if needed. Convenient to shopping and restaurants, short drive to downtown Memphis. - Kathy and Rich
Mar 2016 - $25.00
Location. That's the advantage afforded by the Agricenter. It's convenient to every thing in the Memphis and Germantown area. If you want convenience and not beauty this is a perfect camp. Cost is reasonable. Our gravel site needed a lot of leveling. Neighbors are close. Only two showers. WIFI was good. Traffic is terrible so avoid rush hours. Camp host was friendly and helpful. No shade. Good signs to the camp. Full hook ups. I would stay again. - Raptor 7
Jan 2016 - $25.00
Large gravel parking lot with a lot of long term campers. All hook ups worked well and sites were level. Lots of retail shopping near by and convenient to downtown. The camp host were very friendly and helpful. - DPH
Oct 2015 - $40.00
Well I made a reservation at the wrong place. For $5 more a night I could have stayed at a much nicer park. Full hook ups 50 amp , water sewer and a WiFi that is pretty good. Nice people here but park needs major work.
Site was fairly level and owner picked one to get good satellite but I don't think they know I need a clear shot due south and there is a big old beautiful oak tree right in the path. Good news pulled in 20 stations or so of antenna. I would not stay here again. - signaloil
Sep 2015 - $32.00
This is an old park and it shows its age, but not in a bad way, just a little rough around the edges. The owners are very nice people. They compensate for the size of the sites by limiting occupation to every other site, which works well, giving every one a bit of grass and comfortable picnic table space and ample parking. Very dog friendly, with lots of nice walking and play areas. The neighborhood has its noisy moments, but it IS in town and I'm here on a weekend. - Spike in FL
Aug 2015 - $45.00
Rate was for 3 Adults. Great location right there at Heartbreak Hotel and Graceland. Have stayed before and always chose this location to do our sightseeing. Good pool, excellent wi-fi but poor TV channels. Mens bathrooms were good but ladies showers were disgusting with sewer bugs flying around and grout all out of the tiles. A definite health risk. They need to be renovated immediately. Good laundry. Shuttle bus to town available from the Heartbreak Hotel. We stayed one week before Elvis Week so was busy with impersonators performing in the marquee by the Boulevarde. Great atmosphere. We stayed in 38ft motorhome with tow. - OzFrosty
Apr 2016 - $42.00
Great RV park when visiting Memphis! Sites are close and a little narrow. Slides went out fine but it was difficult to sit on the side of our RV- we felt like we were right on top of our neighbors sewer side. That is the only negative! The park is literally connected to Graceland parking area. It is a short walk over to the entrance to Graceland exhibits. Sites are gravel, level and there are many pull through sites. Staff is very friendly. Grounds are secure and there is a guard 24 hours a day. Campstore is well stocked and clean. Can't imagine staying anywhere else while in Memphis. O. - ken and Mary spaeth
Apr 2016 - $42.00
Fourth stay at Graceland and it was good as the previous three were. The pull in sites were good for us as we were just staying the night and wanted to keep our tow hooked up. We were in 48, directly across from the shower house, and it was super convenient. This RV park is a little tight in spacing, but not over the top close. The dog park is very nice. Watch it entering and leaving, as the new Graceland hotel is under consctruction across the street from the entrance. - Prairie Bayou
Apr 2016 - $37.00
Must pass a guard shack so place is secure. It is clean and we have a pull through with 50 amp. Verizon works well here and so does Dish Network. You can walk to the Graceland complex. It is right behind the Heartbreak Hotel. - rolling homeless
Aug 2005 - $19.00
This campground is an equestrian campground and therefore has a problem with horse droppings which results in a fly problem. The restrooms were dirty and the showers in the womens bath houses were so dirty that my wife refused to use them. I believe that the state of Tennessee could do better job of upkeep and make this a real nice campground. I would not recommend this campground to anyone for any reason until cleaned up properly. - vaga-bonds
Apr 2016 - $15.00
We travel in a 45' coach w/ towed SUV. To arrive at the state park, we decided to enter & exit via Hwy 61, Mitchell Ave. exit. This exit is much better than trying to navigate city streets to get to the state park. Once we entered the park, there is a large tree at the turn in the campground. My suggestion is if you have a towed vehicle, to disconnect prior to entering the campground. Found the description of the campsites accurite. The 2 ADA sites are concrete and very nice. Very close to the bathouse/laundry building. Watch overhead for low-hanging branches. We stayed in the ADA camp site, both ADA sites are very long and can accept any length RV. Electric was good - same with water. The dump station is a bit tight. Odors from the sewer lift station were present, but we kept our windows closed. Older campground, but very accessible to exploring Memphis. - TravelnSteve
Dec 2015 - $11.00
We were greeted by the friendly and helpful ranger upon arrival. Hosts on site as well.
Facilities were super clean and wheel chair accessible. Clean laundry room: $1 to wash load.
Level, paved spacious sites. Two wheel chair accessible sites. Easy hookups.
Lots to do at this historic park, the first open to African Americans east of the Mississippi. Hiking, numerous recreation activities and archeological site. About 11 miles from Beale Street, Memphis. - K and T Sauer
Nov 2015 - $22.00
Very clean and quiet park, but a bit rundown. Our water spigot was broken, but was promptly repaired. They were not surprised it had broken again. Spacious site complete with fire pit, grill and picnic table. Nice trail surrounds park. Ancient Indian village remains and museum on property. Very convenient to Graceland and downtown Memphis. That would have been the end of my review, but we decided to stay one more day due to rain and possible thunderstorms (rather stay put than drive). The next morning while taking the dogs on a loop around the campground and packing up, the whole campground reeked of sewerage. Since there are no sewer hookups at the sites, this did not make sense; the dump station was quite a distance away. I mentioned the smell to the camp host and was informed that after it rains the waste water treatment plant next door puts out this odor. I had to take a few points off for the smell. - MichelleKry