Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $20.00
The rate reflects the 50% Passport America rate. The entrance is easily missed, it looks more like a driveway into someone's side yard and there is no signage visible for this park. The roads are gravel and wind in between the trees in the park so be careful when navigating. The sites have gravel pads and there is no rhyme or reason to how they are laid out. Our site, a pull-through, was plenty long enough but not very level front to back. The owners/managers and the work camper were all very nice but the park needs a lot of updating and sprucing up to be worth the full price of $40 per night. We camped at Texas Log Cabin RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $20.00
Very friendly park with lots of 'walking around' room. Dogs are 'free to be' as long as you pickup after them. Close to the Canton restaurants, fuel, propane, & Walmart. Lots of trees but they are high enough and easy to avoid with RV roof. We camped at Texas Log Cabin RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $40.00
Waited until the last minute for First Monday Easter weekend. Took a chance since we would not be there most of the day. Park is really trying and still recovering from the 2011 drought and a 2013 tornado. Nice landscaping and gathering spots in progress. Mostly permanent residents with some overnight sites. Utilities good. Sites are gravel. Owners and park host very nice and helpful. Maintenance guy on site. A quiet park and really felt safe there. Pricey, but it was First Monday - 4 miles from town. We camped at Texas Log Cabin RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: November, 2008 - $20.00
This park was advertised "Big Rigs Welcome." However, it is in a maze of trees and the owner felt it necessary to hop in the passenger seat of our 41' motor home and tell us exactly what line of sight to use to navigate the turns. It was also advertised as "Quiet and Secluded" but the park is just a few feet off a main highway and sandwiched between residential homes. The "modem friendly" turned out to be one cable strung across the carport of the B&B portion, at a patio table next to lawn equipment, car, dog crate, etc. We were told to try to pick up the WiFi signal from the home next door. The park was crowded with warning signs to "pick up dog waste" but dogs ran loose. The cable TV was only for several spaces along one side of the park. We were supposed to stay four nights but we were so disappointed, we left after just one night. We camped at Texas Log Cabin RV Park in a Motorhome.