Really an outstanding state park, the sites are level, all with full hookups, paved and very spacious. We enjoyed a week there and it was really relaxing. Our site was on the lake which provided some really beautiful views, but a little windy compared to the inner sites. Very easy to access Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and even Pensacola from the park. Strong Wi-Fi from our site. Love it, will be back.
Really enjoyed staying here, a very well laid out park, concrete pads, roads and walking trail. Sites are close, but the staggered design makes it where you don't walk out and trip over the neighbors sewer connections. Good design of this park. Very well kept, clean and neat. Yes, it has some monthly residents, but you have snowbirds wintering there and people working in the area. I really loved this park and everyone that I encounter was great. Only negative I have is the lack of cable TV, but might not be offered in the area. The road noise for one side of the park is there, but you can't have everything. Close to I-10 for overnight stays and central location for visiting Baton Rouge or New Orleans. Will definitely return if in the area, or might even just go for a month next winter. Love the sunrise over the lake.
Great owners who go the extra mile for their guest. Layout of the park, makes the walking through your site a regular thing if you are parked in the middle of a row. Shame that veterans RVers don't have a clue about that, but that's life. Park was clean, well kept and will stay there again when/if we visit Biloxi again.
Good place for a nightly stop or a longer stay. Very level concrete pad, good utilities, easy to find (love the large sign that made it easy to spot from a distance). Very friendly service and overall experience. Talked to a couple other guests that make it a regular stop in their travels. Our first time there, and if in the area would stay there again. Nice park, keep up the good work.
Great staff. Really nice, clean TVA park that has been redone recently. Large pines on beautiful Lake Guntersville. Some challenge in leveling and required portable satellite dish versus rooftop dome. Good Verizon service. Bet the place is busy during warmer season. Was recommended by a friend and a good recommendation is was. Will come again.
For a park setup to sell lots, they need to work on the first impression of potential guest. We stayed on Passport America, but being in on a holiday, I would think they would have better prepared by mowing the grass and having the park look its best. Great place for $20, but no way I would pay $80K to buy a lot. Very good interaction with staff during reservation process, checkin and even when we asked them to mow our grass, just should have already been done.
A beautiful park, very well maintained and an outstanding on-site owner couple. We've driven through a couple of times in the past, but had the opportunity to stay here this Memorial Day weekend. Great park!
A gem of a new park in the Pigeon Forge/Sevierville area. Located 4 miles from "the parkway" so it's near, but out in a little valley between two creeks. It's quiet, it's pretty, it's going to be a winner. Really like the setting and it's our new campground of choice when we visit the land of traffic. Great job by a young couple building and operating the park. WiFi worked well, just be careful on Little Valley Road, it's fine for a forty-footer + tow, but a little narrow. We made reservations for a return visit before we left.
Stayed here during the off season. You can't make the turn into, or out of the pull through sites without driving through grass/mud. Interior roads are narrow and need some TLC. We didn't come in off I-77, so we didn't have any signage about where to turn, so it took some exploring to find the entrance to this RV park. Okay for our purpose, but wouldn't go out of my way to stay here. Staff was very friendly.
Good, quiet campground with very nice owner/staff. A little tight for larger RVs, but we managed, just be careful when you approach and make the turn in from the highway, little tight on that one. Site wasn't very level, but it was a good over nighter on Passport America. Pretty campground, just needs some updating.
We enjoyed a relaxing stay here for a couple of days. Backed up to the Tennessee River with a little boat traffic to watch. Really good staff that was very friendly and helpful. Wish we could have stayed longer, we'll return some day.
Wasn't overly impressed with the park, but it was a nice place to stay for a couple of days. Little congested when you arrive at the office for check-in, but otherwise fairly easy to get around the park.
Just an overnight Passport America stop for us. Pull through available, however the trees need trimming to have clearance for RVs. We took a tree limb down the side. Level, no sewer, dump station available. Met our needs, would consider again, just wouldn't park in the same site. Was only one available since another bone head without a tow vehicle, put his MH in a nice long pull through. Friendly attendant when we arrived. Lock gates after 6 PM, but will supply you with a gate code. Not sure what you do if you arrive after RV sales office closes. Better to call if you're running late.
We stayed here in 2002 and back again this year. Still the same, quiet, clean place to stay with a very friendly and helpful staff. Just love being next to the Amish farm, listening to the buggies going down the road out front. Nothing fancy, but that is what you should expect in the area. We hope to visit Flory's again.
We stayed 3 nights on Passport America among the snowbirds. Park is well kept, grass mowed, etc. The owner is very visible and has a good staff. Park worked well for us and two other couples that we met for a few days to explore the area. Would stay there again if we are in the area.
We dry camped for our five night stay, which was fine for our needs on this visit. The staff is very helpful and friendly. Nice access to the beach and directly across the highway from the convention center. Do wish they would take the curves out of the entry and exit driveways, it's a curb scraper for long wheel base motor homes.
As mentioned in previous reviews, you do park close to your neighbor. Liked the concrete pads, so there was no mud during the rain while we were there. Thing that sold me was the city bus that comes within a 1/2 mile of the park, which will take you downtown without having to drive, park, etc. The staff was very friendly and helpful. If you're going to SeaWorld, it's almost right next door. Would stay there again.
We stayed one night on Passport America, and selected a site in the lower price range, but other larger sites were available. Sites were close together, but we weren't parked next to anyone so that didn't matter. Would be a closed in feeling if the park were full. The staff is great, we enjoyed our stay, and will stay at Oakwood again in the future if in the area. Felt we received a good site at a good price, but do wish they would honor Passport America for more than one night.
This was our third stay over the past 3 years as we use the park when visiting family in Dallas area. Park does good for our purpose, good location, safe and full services including new wifi since our last visit. Laundry room is the cleanest with good prices on machines ($1.00). The owner, Glenda, is very helpful, but you do have to communicate by phone or catch her driving through the park. We will continue to make Plantation Place our base on our annual visits to Dallas.
We stayed in the 50 amp pull through section which has sites that were roomy. Very nice separation between RVs. Roads could be a little better and perhaps a little TLC on the grading of the sites, but it was a good place. You could see there is a lot of seasonal visitors and activities for them to enjoy. We only stayed 3 nights and the park was adequate for our needs. Do have one negative comment, the water is terrible!