This is a really nice park, the sites are large and roomy and all seem to be paved. There are concrete picnic tables at every site. The grass is kept mowed. It's right on the Tennessee River so you can watch the boat traffic. It is a city maintained park, there is a marina and a small beach nearby. They do have showers and restrooms...the showers are pushbutton and the temp is not adjustable. Now for the bad part. The women's rest room and showers were NOT clean. There were old bars of soap melting in the soap dishes, crud on the benches, and I don't know what all on the floors. We were there Sunday afternoon thru Wednesday morning, and it was when we were loading up to leave did we see someone there to clean. It may just have been a one-time thing...the rest of the park was real nice. We would still go back, just use our own shower.
This is a wonderful small family oriented campground located on the bank of the Piney River on a family farm. There are a couple of pavilions adjacent to RV sites that generally are rented full time. There is one rest room and one shower available, the laundry facilities are located across the road. It is a Good Sam park, so discounts apply. Occasionally, the owner hosts blue grass/country music "jams" at the park, usually with some local up and coming talent. Our stay was during one of these and we had a great time. Swimming, floating, and canoeing the Piney River is great fun for the young, so everyone will have a good time. COME!
This park is now a KOA park; the name is now Lake Panasofkee I-75 KOA. This is an excellent small park. It has really clean showers and restrooms. Has a heated swimming pool, laundry room, fenced dog run, game room, and coffee room. River access to Lake Panasofkee with a small boat dock. Great hosts and park attendants. Quick access to I-75 and close enough to everything. Overall great stay!
Nice, clean campground. All gravel sites. We camped in a truck camper, did not need sewer, so just had 30 amp electric and water for a lower cost. The showers and restrooms were clean, but it's really hard to take a shower in a 3' x 3' shower stall, seems most KOA's have small showers. Can't shave my legs! If not for that, would rate it higher. Would stay again for an over nighter, not an extended stay.
This is a very nice park! We were escorted to our site and shown the restrooms and laundry. The sites are gravel, but the area around is neatly kept grass. The restrooms and showers are very large and roomy, tiled and extremely clean. No cable, but antenna reception is good. They had a small playground for children, and propane was available for sale, if needed. We stayed overnight and will definitely stay again if in the area. Highly recommend!
This is one of the nicest parks we've stayed in, alto' the city of Sallisaw has taken over the running of it. The park hosts have been there for years, and treat it like their own home. It's as little way off the interstate, but well worth it for the price. The city really needs to promote this small park!
Nice Park. Gravel sites. Lots of "sightseeing" literature in lobby. On a main road into Santa Fe downtown and close to restaurants and Walmart! They have a pavilion for large groups and a small playground. That area could have used some weed trimming, but otherwise, a nice stay.
We stayed the 21st and 22nd, they were shutting off the electric on the 23rd of Sept. The $45 is not all, the parks (Teton and Yellowstone)charge $25 just to get in the park (one charge for both and you get a 7 day pass). This is a no frills park, you get electric, water and sewer, but nothing else. No picnic tables, nor BBQ grills. I suppose because of the wildlife. Long way back to the showers (at the check-in station). Only phone service is pay phones. We'll stay in Cody, WY, or elsewhere, next time.