4 Parks near Saulsbury, Tennessee
Aug 2014 - $3.00
Rate reflects Thousand Trails. As with most NACO parks, this reserve has plenty of trees and is rustic. We used as a base for the greater Memphis area. Many of the sites are definitely only for smaller campers/tents, but when we went there were plenty of open larger spots. Note that the 50 Amp sites did not have sewer. We found a 50 Amp site though close to the pool, with nice shade, yet with satellite access. The pool was very clean and nice. The showers near the pool were clean but the bathroom/showers near the site did not look like they had been cleaned well for a while. - Bay Area Early retirees
May 2014 - $3.00
Rate reflects Thousand Trails. The campground says they have 50amp but there are only about 4 of them. They say they have sewer but again its only about 4 of them. They do have 2 dump sites, one per section. Even though they say they have almost 300 sites, most of them are not usable for anything other than a pop up or tent. We were very disappointed with this campground in the Thousand Trails portfolio. To find an appropriate site its best to stop after you check in and walk the campground. Both areas. Many of the sites are very skinny with a drop off on one or both sides. There are some nice sites. We found one on the lake that was very nice. The roads are terrible which is another reason to walk the campground first to find you site. And their idea of pull thru sites is also just minimal. I would have to be pretty desperate to stay here again. - krisbw
Jun 2013 - $15.00
We originally didn't find this because in the PA book this is listed under Sualsbury. We were expecting a resort but found a property that fell far short. We agree with previous comments about its once glory days. Pluses are it's very quiet and not crowded. The pool is huge! The scenery is great, and if you come here with kids there are several things you can do with them. Minuses are that Wi-Fi is very slow and only available at the lodge. Roads are in poor shape and the atmosphere is almost like a ghost town. Make sure you bring a flyswatter for the horseflies. PS...don't let your GPS bring you the wrong way (along a narrow, bumpy old state road). Use the route 7 route! - hmthomas1
Sep 2015 - $15.00
Most sites are back-in. Shaded sites seem to be taken by seasonal resort members. Only a few antenna channels. No wifi in the campground but it is available at the clubhouse. Clubhouse also has Direct TV. All utilities are at the rear of the site. Some sites are FHU, others are W/E only. Good water pressure. Catch and release fishing. Good spacing between sites. Not a bad place to stay. I guess the owners have made a lot of improvements since the previous reviewers posted. - TH travelers
Sep 2015 - $15.00
I stayed two days at this Park using a Passport Rate.
I asked to be close to WiFi, so they stuck me in an area that had not been mowed or maintained for weeks. I checked the high grass for snakes.
I got PBS from Mississippi over the air, nothing else would stay tuned. The WIFI was 1 bar and faded around 8PM.
I made the mistake of eating some Asian Chicken Nuggets at their restaurant. They seemed tasty. They gave me diarrhea. I happened to glance in their kitchen as I was paying my bill. Fryer area was disgusting. I turned them into the state health department. That was before I got sick. - Author
Aug 2014 - $5.00
Rate reflects Coast to Coast fee. The term "Resort" is a laugh. The young couple running the resort are trying to clean up the shabby grass and sites. A lot were long term people working a pipeline near by. The pool is great. There are many ATV trails and it looks like it would be a nice fall place with changing colors and they have hay rides in the fall. While there their sewer lines had crashed so no sewer hook up. Only one site with 50 amp. The dump station was trashy and hard to get to as the grass/weeds needed trimming around the dump site. This place has a lot of potential but needs a lot of work. No, we will not stay again. Also, a major hike to the dumpster to place trash. - dfw
Mar 2016 - $20.00
We stayed 5 nights at park. Upon arrival, we were greeted by a couple staying overnight and informed that they had never met the owner and spoke with him by phone. There was only one open paved RV slip and we set up for the night. The RV Park is located on a hill and some of the slips are gravel needing maintenance. The park has many full time residents and construction workers staying at the Park. Our neighbor was noisy yelling at his dog late into the night and early the next morning. At 5:00 AM the construction workers begin leaving to go to work - most of them have diesel trucks that are noisy. We moved to another slip the next morning located at the far east end of the Gun Club and the remaining stay was quiet. We never met the owner! - FT Newbie
Nov 2015 - $15.00
A delightful surprise. A small park tucked away on the owner's acerage. Near to town, 5 back in sites and 5 pull-thrus. All are gravel and fairly level. Jim, the owner, was great. He was helpful with directions to local places and a pleasure to talk to. A very basic park but with clean bathrooms and free laundry. Would definitely stay there again. - sara158
Nov 2014 - $20.00
This was a pretty basic campground with no amenities. The sites are terraced up the hill and concrete but there is a slight rise to get to each of them. Not only that, but you need to swing wide left and turn sharply right to get into the sites at the bottom of the hill. The water hook-up is in a collar and when it rains, this collar fills up and covers where your hose connects. There is a picnic shelter with tables at the bottom of the hill. The park is for sale at this time. We would return since it is convenient for visiting Shiloh, Corinth and Brices Cross Roads, all important Civil War Sites. Don't forget to try the slug burger while you're in Corinth. - swike