This is an excellent campground, close to the city. Everything is well kept and clean. Sites are back-in but are easily accessed. Staff is available to help guide you in. The camp maintains some foodstuffs and supplies. Some cable TV channels were poor but Wi-Fi was excellent. It has several showers and large rest rooms. Several shuttle vehicles ferry guests to the French Quarter and run well after dark. The park is built in a large U-shape. Streets and sites are paved. The curved part of the U has sunk and has been repaired many times. It is very bumpy to go over it and the rig driver should "crawl" through it to make sure glassware stays intact. We have stayed here several times and will do so again.
New ownership is trying to upgrade sites, etc. There are foodstuffs and supplies available. Staff is very helpful. There are a lot of permanent residents and the owners are trying to remove some of them BECAUSE they get up early in the morning to go to work, starting diesel trucks at the crack of dawn. Additionally, our site was too close to the highway, generating road noise all night long. On top of that, the dump truck emptied the dumpster at 7:00AM. The camp has no designated pet walk area. Dogs can be walked anywhere as long as leashed.
This is an old campground. We didn't see an office. The CG owner came to collect at our site. It's very quiet, off the highway in a rustic setting with many trees. It was easy in and out and going to the site although the roads and sites are gravel. Even so, we leveled up easily. Cable TV was good but not so, the Wi-Fi. We had trouble connecting. The bathhouse was unisex but clean. The facilities are so old, I would have to say the $32 rate was too high. It needs major upgrading.
This is a lovely campground with a different set of sites. You park in line behind one another. It is quiet, being off the highway. The staff helped us connect and set up as part of the rate. There are supplies and foodstuffs available. Cable TV was good and I didn't try the Wi-Fi. Take a flashlight if you have to use the bathhouse after dark as there is NO outside lighting at the bathhouse. We have stayed here before and will continue to do so.
This is a gated retirement resort around a man-made lake. The campground is locked at night with campers' access. Pull-through sites are large. CG has paved roads. Sites are easy to access. It's off the highway so it's very quiet. The pool is wonderful. It has excellent shower facilities but had only one commode in the men's bathroom. Bathhouses are very clean. The cable TV and Wi-Fi are very good. But, no supplies or foodstuffs are offered. It is really far from the beaches. Most of the sites are permanent with no shade. There are two laundry rooms: the smaller of the two is NOT air-conditioned.
Gravel sites but we leveled easily. Very easy in and out. Very quiet, off the highway. Excellent cable TV and Wi-Fi. Lots of shady sites although sites are gravel. Bathhouse is old with one commode. Clean. No supplies or foodstuffs available. Sites are long but narrow.
I have to agree with the previous campers. Place is nice, very wooded, hilly, with nice management. The roads are paved but the sites are gravel. We had very little trouble getting level. My only gripe is with the lack of shade at my site. There were sites available that were shaded but not ours. The next time we stay there, I will insist on a shaded site. It is very close to the Tupelo activities. We were there for three nights. There's only one bathhouse which is old but spotlessly clean.
Stayed here for a week as Hurricane evacuees. Campground is flat with no tree higher than 8 feet. Roads and sites are gravel . Almost every rig is leveled to some amount. There is only one bathhouse for 117 sites and 12 cabins. The men’s bathhouse had only two commodes, two urinals, and four shower stalls. Very well maintained and clean. There are local grocery stores but a Wal-Mart is 8 miles down Interstate 55. The manager was very friendly and helpful. She has a list of places to go and things to do. No cable and five local channels. No pool. No pavilion. No fire pits. There are full hookups and all sites are very large with easy access. I would stay here again.
We found this CG right in the middle of the resort area so we could easily drive to anything we wanted to visit, including the public beaches. The sites are very nice. Gravel, concrete, grass, and sand. Very level. Paved roads to and from the sites. The size of our site was more than adequate to park our 32' rig, car dolly, and car. This is an older CG but well maintained. They have a very small office/store. The staff in the office was very friendly and helpful. Cable and the Wi-FI Internet were easy to use. Pool was maintained and clean. There was a mix of motorhomes and travel trailers. I saw no tents. We would stay here again.
We chose to try Arrowhead one more time. I can only tell you what happened to us. I called ahead a couple of days to ask if a reservation was necessary. I did this because I can’t back up with my tow vehicle and need a pull-through site. Was told not to worry; they had plenty of room. Come on down! We arrived late in our 32’ class C towing a vehicle when dusk was falling. They had one spot left for us. I pulled into the site getting my towed vehicle just barely off the road. My electric wire wouldn’t reach the plug-in. I couldn’t find the sewer connection among the grass and undergrowth. By now it was dark. I went to the office to tell ‘em I couldn’t stay because I couldn’t fit into the site selected for me. After much hemming and hawing, the manager sent me to another site which she was holding for a caravan coming to the CG the next day. She was holding several sites open for the caravaners. I promised her we would be out first thing in the morning and wouldn’t interfere with the arrival of the caravan. I fit into this site very nicely and was able to hook up, even in the dark. The repositioning caused us to have a very late dinner. As had happened to us, on our previous stay at this CG, the cable wouldn’t work. We were able to get some stations with our antenna, but couldn’t get CBS and NBC. The CG is all dirt, sod, and grass. The electric hookup cable was so taut, we had no room to maneuver to level out; we lived with the slight tilt front to back. Over night, the rooster crowing woke us a couple of times. I am sorry to say that after this, our second stay at this CG, we will NOT stay there again.
This is a park that has both snowbird permanent-type units as well as mobile-type rigs. The staff was very cordial. The sites are laid out around a man-made lake. It has planned activities during the winter months. It's right off I-75 and is easy to reach. We would go back there in a New York second! BUT, this is a seasonal retirement park, meaning it's impossible to get a short stay between January and April. So, unless you are going to stay for thirty days during the Snowbird season, don't bother.
This was a KOA, purchased by a non-corporate owner. The CG looks like a trailer park that had added several pull-through sites. Sites are gravel but leveling was quick and easy. Site hookups are in tandem; one faces N and your neighbor has to face S. The store is small and accordingly, not stocked well. We were directed to the site by the owner in a go-cart. It has very easy access from Colorado 82, but the entrance sign is hard to see because of the metal building site driveway next door! Yep. They are building a medical care building right next to the CG. We were awakened very early by the metal building workers next door. Much backup beeps, shouting, clanging of metal on metal. But, the laundry room and the women's john were very neat and clean. I couldn't get into the men's john because the push-button combo lock wouldn't work. Couldn't complain because the office was closed and the owner nowhere to be found at mid-afternoon. I don't think I will stay here again. If you're contemplating using it, better call first to make sure the owner hasn't sold out to the medical complex.
We arrived when it was getting dark but set up okay on a corner site. The only drawback we found was a single men's john, and a single women's john for an 80-site park. Seems to me that this woul be a problem when the park was full. That wasn't the case the night we stayed. I would stay here again for an overnight. The park is located way off the Interstate so it was very quiet at night. The staff was accommodating and helpful.
Management was very accommodating and helpful. We received no lecture. We were way in the back and noticed no smell as others have had. Yes, there is a train nearby, and horns were blown several times during the night. We had some commode trouble, and the front office personnel were more than helpful. They contacted the RV repair shop in town and through their intercession, arranged a repair for first thing in the morning. That's what I call help! The camp was very quiet and I had no hook-up trouble at all. I would stay here again.