We had a good stay here. Our site was long and easy to get into. Yes, some of the rigs have seen better days, but others are fine and the park is neat and tidy as is the surrounding neighborhood. Only saw one chicken and no barking dogs. The residents were friendly and waved as I walked around the park. This park was convenient for exploring Thomasville (which I highly recommend). We ended up staying an extra night since there was so much to do in the area. The park isn't fancy, but fit the bill for our needs.
Had a wonderful couple of days. What a relaxing place to stay. Our site had a pleasant view of the pond. Good book exchange. We wish our schedule had permitted another day as there was lots to do in Fayetteville. The road is a little bit rough coming into the park, but that is my only negative. Noise from planes was not bothersome at all. I would certainly stay here again and we are already making plans to do so.
Really enjoyed our stay. Construction noise was not a problem. The road coming into the park looks a little industrial but don't worry. The park itself is lovely. Very clean and neat. Wide sites with plenty of room to park a tow. Staff was pleasant. We were able to do some birding. I like the fact that the park gave us a handout with information on local attractions, catching the ferry, directions to stores, etc. Great seafood markets right down the road. Allow plenty of time to get to ferry (took us about 25 minutes), but wonderfully convenient for seeing the French Quarter. A negative; You would need to take a car to get to the pool which was on the other side of the park. However, the bigger problem was getting to the park. Coming from the East, it was pretty harrowing driving though New Orleans afternoon traffic to reach Westwego. It was somewhat better leaving heading West. For that reason, even though we really liked the park and it's closeness to New Orleans, we probably won't be returning.
Arriving from the Pine Mountain Georgia RVC location, the sites at first felt a little cramped in comparison. But the pleasantries of our visit more than made up for the tighter spot. The white sand beach right across the road made for wonderful morning walks. The end of the beach offered mud flats for bird watching. Even though we didn't get to use it, the campground pool looked very inviting. Staff was helpful and friendly and the store well-kept. The park couldn't be more beautifully landscaped. The book exchange could use some help; it was small and tired. I liked being able to walk to a small restaurant (great fried shrimp). We kept busy visiting the sights the area had to offer. The only negative; getting out of our site at departure was tricky because of the tight quarters. We definitely needed the walkie-talkies. We stayed a week, and I didn't want to leave.
This was our third visit to this campground, and we enjoyed it just as much as ever. I loved our site up on the hill in the newer section. It might be hot during the summer since there was no shade, but in March it was perfect. Great view. There is a small but well-kept book exchange. The staff is very helpful. The internet was slow so we ended up using our Virgin Mobile account. The cable only offered basic channels, but it was not a problem to set up our satellite dish. Even though we didn't have children along we liked the fact that there was a cover over the playground. A nice touch. The staff gave us a useful list of places to sight-see, shop, and dine. We stayed a week and it wasn't long enough to take advantage of all that the surrounding area has to offer (La Grange, Warm Springs, Callaway Gardens just to mention a few).
Nice roomy sites, a good-sized book exchange and free breakfast. Internet worked very well. We didn't get to use the pool, but it looked very inviting. Convenient to downtown Beaumont for visiting the many museums. We will certainly stay here again when we are in the area. Our nightly rate reflects a Passport America discount.
As always, we enjoyed our stay. The paved walk along the river got us out everyday to do our exercise, and a visit to the nice new coffee shop next to the Comfort Inn was our reward for the effort. Antenna was better for local TV channels than the cable which had limited channels. Bird watching was very good along the water and in the trees bordering the park. Our site was considered a "prime" spot and had a wonderful view of the barges going by. The club house is well supplied with brochures and menus to local restaurants and attractions. We look forward to coming back.
We stayed three nights. A very peaceful stop on our extended trip west. While the roads were dry and dusty, it gave the park a nice "country" feel that I found very relaxing. Probably I would not have been so happy if it rained. We had Belgian waffles for breakfast and fresh-made baked goods in the afternoon. During our stay the staff put out pie, brownies, cake and cookies. There was a nice sized book exchange. While there was no cable TV and only an internet hot spot, our satellite TV and Virgin mobile internet worked pretty well at our site, which was level and shaded. I was able to do some bird watching around the perimeter of the park.
This was a great place to stay to visit St. Francisville. The owner, could not have been nicer. He personally delivered our forwarded mail the minute it arrived. This is a small park and is not a fancy place, though the pool looked very inviting. It has gravel roads, a club house and a fishing dock. Our site had a very nice view of the pond. It was a quick ride to visit the charming town and the many plantations. Some of the sites look a little uneven, but those seem to be given to the longer-term residents. The internet was very fast and never bogged down during peak times. My only negative, there is a cell tower visible, but I couldn't get any Sprint service. However, we were able to use our satellite TV. We would stay here again.