I gave this park a 9 because we stayed in the off season which made it not too squished and because some of the sites had the hookups are way too far back to reach your rig. A lot of spots are very close, however, at least they are staggered which helps a little. Other than those two things we loved this state park. The laundry room was spotless and completely free. Good trails for some walking, quite a few deer roaming around not afraid of people, quiet park, locked/coded gate at night, and park rangers driving through regularly.
Just stayed one night on way to Arkansas. Got to pick our spot as it was the off season. The water was turned off at the sites due to weather, but could get some at the dump station. Was quiet and tidy. Would stay again
We liked this park, stayed 3 nights. It was tidy, quiet and fairly close to French Quarter, had a coded security gate for night, nice park people and reasonable price ($24 first night, $18 each night thereafter). Sites had trash, picnic table, grill and fire ring. Down side would be closeness of some of the spots and closeness to marshy water. But seeing as how it was LA, swampy is to be expected. Since we stayed here in January there was no bug problem, but I can see from the terrain (marshy) that bugs could be an issue in the summer. We saw cottontails and an armadillo. We were assigned space 32 but it was small, pad was more of a hill and it was surrounded by marshy water. So we picked space #20 which was much dryer and flatter. We did however have to use the 30 amp as the 50 didn't seem to work. We thought it was our prob at first, but the prior park and in the next park our 50 amp worked fine. The paved pad was pretty level but just wide enough for our MH and barely enough room to park our car in the front. We would definitely stay here again.
Very nice place to hang out. Park has gated fence that is locked at night with a code to get in. Park workers polite and friendly. Spaces are very large and staggered, which makes for more space between campers. They all have a lot of grass on each side. The spaces are paved with a picnic table and BBQ grill. We had tons of room to open sides and awning. Park is very clean and has some long term renters, all of which are tidy.
Don't usually like KOAs as they are pricey and cramped but we just needed one night to rest off the road. Was extremely cold so didn't get out much, but could tell was a nice park. Roomy spots, clean & tidy. No attendants due to the time of year, but they were friendly and helpful over the phone. Would stop here again if need be.
Was a very good place to stay even though it was a ways out. We got to pick our spot, which is always nice. No water due to cold weather. Park attendant was helpful and courteous. We stayed a couple of nights.
For the area and price this was a good place to stay. We prefer State/National parks for the privacy and space. Staff was friendly, could have been more informative as it was our 1st trip to Nashville. Found out too late that we could have taken a trolley to town. Spaces were kind of close but since it was January the park wasn't full so we didn't feel too cramped. Would stay again if ever get back...unless we found a State Park, LOL.
I loved this park, right next to the space center. If the weather would have been nice we could have walked over, even though it would be a LONG walk. The older gentleman that checked us in was very personable, friendly and had cute stories to tell us. Had no qualms of leaving our motorhome unattended as a ranger drove through the park constantly. There were a few long term people, but the spots were kept up and tidy. Each spot we saw was spacious, not squeezed together side by side like a lot of parks we've been to. There was a lot of grass and trees. I would have given it a 10 except for some of the paved areas for parking were chewed up. Maybe tree roots or large RVs chewed up the asphalt, not sure, but with our 35' motorhome it was no problem maneuvering around the bump. There were only 3 or 4 spots that had that problem. We stayed 3 nights while we explored the space & rocket center and other things.
Stayed here for one night only. Was good for the price. Very woody, sites not real close to others. Getting to the park was kind of through a residential area, but not too bad. Going out was through a more iffy part of town so I was glad it was morning and not midnight. Would probably stay again if needed overnight.
If they would have used all of the trees to their advantage (or campers advantage) it would have scored a lot higher. Stepping outside we saw no less then 6 camps. Couple beside us were in a tent, right on the road. Just too squished for our preference. Luckily we were gone days to sightsee Yellowstone, but stayed in at night because of closeness of neighbors.