Roads are deplorable (very very rough). No entrance or exit sign, but owner/worker came up in golf cart fussing we had come in the exit! Lots of street noise from major highway and could hear trains in the near distance but not next to park. The wifi was excellent. - Gloria S.
Great place for an overnight stop. Manager escorted us to our site and put us in one that was easy to get out of the next day. Free Wi-Fi, power was solid. Did not use water, so no idea on pressure. We'll stay again. - Cyberdave-1
Rate is for a 50 amp FHU pull-through site near the back of the park so no road noise. This is not one of those wide open, lines of pull-through sites type of RV parks. It is more like a campground that has been built to accommodate larger rigs but still give you a feeling of camping. Lots of pine trees, friendly atmosphere, we used it for an overnight and would certainly stop here again if in the area. - Bob-Linda
This was a quiet gravel parking lot overlooking a lake. Many of the lots nearer the lake sloped down toward it, so you will definitely have to level your rig. Since the sewer was located above the my outlet, I had some difficulty in getting it drained. Note to others: choose a space nearer the entrance where it is more level, or move your rig either before or after to discharge your black/gray tanks. The fellow running it was very nice and helpful and came out to see me and collect the money, although you can leave money in a lockbox near the entrance. WiFi was excellent. Bathrooms and showers are supposed to be done "next week". I would call to ask, if these are important to you. I would go there again. It's very quiet at night and bucolic with the frogs croaking and cows mooing. - cinharover
We stayed for 4 nights. Great place to stay if you want to explore the area for a few days or if you just want to overnight. Granted, it is a gravel parking lot, but look beyond that. Long and wide sites. The slope eases closer to the pond, but my coach was level even though it was closer to the top of the park. Gravel was great for shedding the rain from a frog strangler that rolled thru the nite before. Zero mud on my feet. Heard no road noise at night. Wi-fi worked well. Self-serve check-in is available. While I was filling out the paperwork, one of the owners came over and we chatted a bit. Paperwork asks for a LOT of info but I filled in only the basics. Both owners are very friendly. Water pressure was good at about 45 psi. Dog run is about 20 x 40. Good enough for my dogs to get a little off leash time but bigger would be better. Fishing pond is available for $3 a day and you need to sign a waiver for that because it is privately owned and off property even though it is right next door. Had a nice stay here and would stay again if in the area. - TH travelers
Sites: 40 | Latest Rate: $20.00 |
This little spot is about 1 mile west of Marshall city limits off of I-20. Most of the sites are permanent residents. It is run down looking but is great for an overnight stay. It has a payment drop box. The electric hook-ups are great and is one of the few campsites where 50 amp means 50 amp. The second interior road is in terrible shape so enter on the one on the right. We were happy to find it late on one scorching hot night. I didn't count the sites or have a brochure. It is a guess. - Iris