We camp here twice a year during Furniture Market. This is a terrific place, with a beautiful view, space to walk the dogs (poop bags provided) and easy access to activities. Rate shown is approximate as we pay in advance for the entire market, even if we are only there part of the time. Not a criticism of the system, just a fact. They made a huge upgrade in the Wi-Fi, and it worked well. All other amenities worked well with exception of cable. Hope there are future plans to work on getting sites more level. We look forward to returning.
We stayed here while attending Merlefest. Lovely, quiet wooded park. Big rigs (we are 41 feet + tow vehicle) should unhook before going to sites as the road to the camping area is narrow, twisting and winding. #19 pull thru was only one adequate for our size rig, but we choose a long back in site closer to showers/restrooms. Firewood available for sale at the park.
Older park, mostly long term and permanent residents. Easy access from I-85, even though a requested pull thru site was not available we had an adequate back-in site towards the back of the park (these sites are quieter). Sites could use some maintenance as to leveling and new gravel/asphalt. Cable & WiFi available for a fee. Good area to walk dogs. No discounts offered. This was adequate for our needs while attending a wedding in Norcross but it is not somewhere we would stay longer than a couple of nights.
Quiet, country park a short drive from I-20. Open spaces, gravel sites (some could use some fresh gravel/grading) easy pull through. Lovely creek and space to walk the dogs. Friendly owner, easy check-in. We look forward to returning.
This park is a hidden gem. Quiet, country location, beautiful water views, walk/bike path around lake. We were only able to stay one night but hope to return. W-ifi strength excellent, sites level, friendly staff.
This is a good place to stay to see Memphis sights. It is close to shopping and 4 miles south of I-40. Flea Market and Corn Maze activities were taking place while we were there. Sites are close to each other and could use some grading and additional crushed rock. Good roads to ride our bikes and walk the dog.
Very basic RV park; OK for overnight. Many long term residents with diesel trucks starting up early in the morning. Off the interstate which helped with road noise; however, this park is somewhat difficult to locate at night as entrance is not well marked. Roads need to be regraded and sites re-graveled. Next time we will go on elsewhere.
We camped here several years ago and really enjoyed our stay. Now it is owned by a campground association. The rate is for non-member, one night stay, and they put non-members in sites close to the road and in the open ie: no shade. Thus the poor rating. We were tired and ready to get off the road, so paid the steep price. AC's running drowned out any noise. You can get a 2 night stay for $19.95 if you take their pitch to buy a lifetime membership. Pads are grass, you are escorted to your site and everything was clean and neat. We will not return.
Great place to escape the heat in Texas. Cool, quiet, close to town. Easy bike ride or walk to grocery store, restaurants and shopping. Wi-Fi strength excellent, good selection of cable TV channels (too much to do to watch TV). Owners are very hands-on and were out making sure everything is clean and customers are happy. Campfire every night and fresh coffee and breakfast bread in the mornings. Lots of beautiful hummingbirds, occasional deer wander through.
Even though the bathhouse is still not functioning after the flood a few years ago and there is little to no TV reception we give this park a 10! We got our 38 foot motorhome in a space without any difficulty. Some of the road signs state the park is only open for day use but we called the park and they stated they are open for camping. Beautiful trees, secluded, peaceful, quiet with only the birds, owls and wildlife to watch. Lovely hiking trails. Original CCC buildings to enjoy.
We stayed here for 2 weeks of the World Equestrian Games. Park owners had prepared well for visitors by bringing in an extra portable shower house, providing a packet of local info, transportation shuttle and a terrific lady in the park who would walk your pet for a minimal fee. There was a fire ban due to the drought in the area so we could not use the fire ring at our site, but they had a fire in the pavilion fireplace on cool evenings.Wi-Fi strength was good as was cable TV. Highly recommend this park and we will return.
Lovely state park. Easy check-in and friendly camp host. Quiet, peaceful. Large trees, some over hang the road but are easily avoided. Large grass areas to enjoy plus a river to wade/swim in if you want. Dog waste bags provided.
Easy access from Loop 289. Close to Texas Tech for events. This is our preferred park when visiting Lubbock. Easy pull thru, quiet and has a large grassy place to walk the dog. Only negative is Wi-Fi is not free and no cable TV, but for the price it can't be beat.
This was our second stay at this quiet, lovely park. We enjoyed bike rides to historic downtown and the wonderful nearby bakery. The owners provide coffee and homemade breakfast bread every morning on the patio.
Has friendly management, easy check-in, wide interior road, level sites, easy access to Hwy. 6. Mild highway noise but with the AC running it was not disturbing. WiFi strength was excellent, baths and laundry were clean. We will return.
Lovely park, well laid out, nice walking area on the bank and boardwalk. Friendly staff. Wi-Fi was spotty and worked best if outside. Ask for a site towards the back as there is considerable road noise if you are on the front sites.
Quiet, shaded park 4 blocks from scenic downtown Lake City. We rode our bikes all over town. Took the jeep to go fishing at Deer Lakes and sightseeing. Hummingbirds, mule deer and marmots to observe. This park recently changed ownership and they are working hard to make this a great park. We will return.
This is a nice park with all the amenities we like. Quiet, country setting. We were late in arriving and they met us and led us to our site to make sure we got settled. Friendly owners and host. We will return.
This review is for Cottonwood campground and is the full-hookup section of the park. There are 2 other sections, one with no hookups (Willow Creek), and a marina. We found this to be an great place to overnight on our way to Wyoming. Some highway noise noted.Good paved sites with covered picnic tables, grill and fire-ring. Nice trails all over the park to bike or walk. We saw quail and lots of water birds. Will return if in the area.
Beautiful state park, lots of trails and near the river. We got our 38 foot DP in with some careful back-in manuvering. Rate shown is for a full hookup site. Showers were solar heated and in a seperate building from the bathrooms. We will return if in the area.
New park close to I-20 yet traffic noise is minimal. Large, paved sites with grass, trees, picnic table and firepit (park even provided firewood). Trash pickup daily at your site. Scenic setting with ponds, lodge, outdoor pavilion and park model cottages also available for rental. Shuttle to First Monday trade grounds. Free cable TV and the free WiFi signal was strong. Even though price was high for one overnight stay we will return to this park when shopping at First Monday.
Great park, easy in-out, gravel, roomy sites with a beautiful view of the old volcano. We decided to stay here instead of trying to go to Raton for the night and were very pleased. Now it will be our preferred choice for our overnight stay.
Lovely park on the south side of town. Enjoyed watching the occasional small plane take off and land from the municipal airport. Noise was never and issue. Playground is small. Deer and turkey sighted. Pool admission is $ 1.00, tennis courts and golf close by along with nice walking / biking trails. Creek to wade in.
Beautiful, quiet, country state park near Temple/Belton area. Bird watching, hiking trails, small playground and pavilion for group gatherings. Nightly rate does not include entrance fee. Bath-house is clean but needs updating. We will return.
Very well laid out, clean, quiet park with a mix of short & long term residents. Discounts for Good Sam, FMCA and others. Located on the west side of Loop 289 off of 34th street. Entrance is somewhat tight for big rigs but if you go slowly it is not a problem. Close to Texas Tech and shopping. We have stayed at 2 of the parks in the area and this one is the best. We plan to return.
Nice & Quiet park with open and wooded sites. Level gravel pads, large back-in and good pull thru sites. Good store and friendly staff that escorted us to our site and got us settled. Road to the park is somewhat narrow and twisty but if you take it slowly you have no problem. There were some low overhanging branches on the road due to the recent storms over that area. Park also had some damage from fallen trees that they were in the process of cleaning up. Park is located 1.5 mi. south of I-20.
Nice location on the north-east side of city near Barnes Crossing mall, restaurants, Walmart, Sam's Club & Cracker Barrel. Follow directions from Natchez Trace parkway or 78. Park has combination of gravel & concrete pads. Shaded with tall trees, no problem for satellite dish. We were parked close to another MH due to Furniture Market (every Feb. & Aug.) but still had plenty of room for slides. We will return.
Nice friendly staff, we were late arriving and they left the directions to our site posted on the office door then called the next day to see if we had made it in. Located 2 hours east of Dallas with easy access from I-20. Level, concrete pull-through sites with picnic table. Dog walk area with waste bags/trashcan. We will put a star by this park and stay here again.