Despite rainy weather, we enjoyed the friendly people and beautiful campground. Paved roads and pads. Ours was totally level side to side. - BaldGuy
Price reflects Senior Interagency Pass discount. Really nice COE campground. Great lake access. Only negative is the smell from the paper mill nearby. Not always present, but when it is, it's nasty. - parkinit
After we picked up the trash left at our site, backing in and setting up was a breeze. We enjoyed the walking trails in the park and loved seeing the deer as we walked. Campground was quiet at night. Our only issue in camping at D-6 was the ants that invaded our trailer the second day. - BaldGuy
This is a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers campground. Nice, big, roomy, and clean sites. The lake is just a few yards away. This is the quite side of the lake. All paved roads and gravel level sites. The staff is very friendly. - Traveling Fool
The park was very clean. The gate attendant was friendly.
The weather was cool, but I fished from shore for a couple hours.
I enjoyed my stay though I had business in town.
I had a beautiful lake front lot. It was quiet and peaceful.
I will camp here again if business calls in this neck of the woods. - esqtds
This is a fair corps park. It has good sites with full hookups if needed. While it is nice to have trees totally around you - it is not good for satellite reception. So if you need to watch TV you might want to select a site, if you can find one, without trees. The bathrooms were grungy and typical campground type of surroundings. Fortunately it had rained so we didn't have to smell any campfires. - bostonblackie
This is a beautiful park with spacious, mostly shaded sites. Of course shaded sites mean spotty satellite reception. Verizon wireless card works fine. 48 sites but one small bathhouse with two showers each side. No place to hold your soap or shampoo, doors are warped and do not provide privacy. I would give the park a 10 if not for the washrooms and lack of sewer hookup. - billsky
Another very nice COE campground. Paved roads, lots of trees, beautiful views of lake. Some slope to some sites, and trees close to some sites may prevent awnings from being extended. We would stay here again. - WinnMac
This is one of the nicest COE campgrounds we have camped in. The park is very shaded with good asphalt roads and level asphalt RV pads. In addition, each campsite has a raised packed gravel pad which has a fire ring, picnic table and grill on it. There is enough room on the pad for lawn chairs, etc. The number of sites that are suitable for satellite use are somewhat limited due to the trees. Also, on some sites it may be impossible to fully extend awnings due to the trees. We camped here on two different days, a Saturday night and a Tuesday night over the past two weeks. The park was less than 1/2 full and very quiet on both nights. The park is probably very full on holidays and spring break, thus it is much noisier than normal then. Rate reflects Senior discount. - Ramtex
Pretty place to camp; however, sites are very close together. Camp was very noisy, even during quiet hours. We do not plan to stay here again. - camper43
This is an excellent campsite. Clean, neat, tidy, level concrete pads and tarmac road with well maintained grass between sites and picnic table. It is a smaller campsite but the individual sites are very large, we had a pull thru that easily took our 36ft RV and tow truck but even the back-ins are big. There is big pond with water fountain and free fishing. The RV dealership next door is the same owner as the campsite and very handy for any spares required. Excellent WiFi. No cable TV but good reception on antenna. Laundry and restrooms were very good with an excellent book exchange in the laundry. Easy access from 1-30 but no road noise at all. - Harris England
Really a very nice, well-maintained small campground owned by and next to a RV dealership. The sites are paved with trees with nice picnic tables on a nice carpet of grass. There's a fishing pond, no pool or game room, just a real nice, small RV park. I'd stay here again. Every site is equally nice. Those on the periphery are back-in. No fire ring. - Solem8s
The only negative was it did not offer any kind of TV cable. And being a big UK fan and they were playing on the night we were staying that was a disappointment, but we got over it. The park is really pretty with a fishing lake with a fountain in it. They own a large RV dealership/Service next door as well which if you needed would be great. The Hostess was great on the phone and in person. Highly recommend. - Sissy Wommack
This place is not up to normal KOA standards. We made an on-line reservation and have a KOA card which should entitle us to the best available site. Our site was the first one on coming into the park - noise, traffic and small. I asked if there wasn't anything farther back, and was told no. When will park owners figure out that water does not run uphill - our sewer was uphill from the trailer. It was also so far away that my hose wouldn't reach - had to spend $46 for more hose and attachments.
We were going to spend more than one night, but left in the morning after only one night. - padre44
The park was clean but it is overrun with construction workers. The park is also located very close to Interstate 30 and near a bridge so it is very noisy. This is a good park to visit one time as you are headed somewhere else. - Travelers456
Somewhat pricey for this campground. It is clean and tidy, but paid that amount for other KOA's and they were much, much nicer. It is very noisy here as you are right beside, and I mean, RIGHT BESIDE a highway. Doesn't bother us, but I'm sure it would some. The campground occupants were quiet. Found it strange they don't sell propane. We had to find somewhere that sold some and my husband was gone for almost an hour. The back end of this park is a permanent mobile home lot. They are well kept though. Just because of the price I would try and find another campground in the area if we come through again. Other than that we would stay again for an overnight stop. - Rambling All Around
This park is primarily for full time residents. Sites are randomly spread around with no real site designations. The rest rooms were filthy - a sign said you had to remove your own used toilet paper - yuck. Wifi was not working and some of the electrical outlets were mounted on trees. It was quiet, but not one I would recommend. - bostonblackie
Wonderful Christian RV park. No drugs, no alcohol allowed. Plenty of huge oak shade trees, or option for full sun. Very accommodating. A few full timers, very friendly. Owner lives on the property. We loved this quiet, peaceful park. - Tex&Claudia
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in this quiet park. Not a lot of amenities, but so pleasant that we decided to stay an extra night under the tall oaks. Wireless was excellent. The park hosts a bluegrass festival twice a year, but in December it is just a simple, out of the way place to stay. The friendly resident cat helped check us in, then walked me around the place, showing off his park. All in all, a delightful surprise. - neimuexx