The park is somewhat outdated but overall it was a good stay. Plenty to do for the younger kids. Price does include use of all pools, put-put golf, the paddle boats and canoes in the pond and some children activities during the day. Not much on nature/bike trails, everyone here gets around in golf carts and they even provide rentals if you don't bring your own. Not cheap, $95.00 1 day and like $125 for two days. Pools were clean and there is a nice splash park and kiddie pool. Camping spot was shady and it had water,sewer and electric. Had trouble catching a few channels on the digital antennae but we did have some bad weather also. The waterslide at front of park is not owned by Jellystone and cost additional for kids to enter, $5 per hour or $12 all day. Only one slide. Did see a few people fishing in one of the ponds up front and the small lake (pond), but with all the other activities for the kids, didn't have time to fish during our two day stay. Would come back, but too expensive to make it a habit.
Spent Easter weekend at Chicot. Very wooded and shaded, nice scenery and great hiking/biking trail around the lake. Nice fishing piers on the lake if you don't have a boat. Also offer boat rentals. Site was paved with trash can, bbq pit, picnic table, but no fire ring. Parking is very limited, barely enough room for camper and one vehicle. Did come across a few ticks. Bathrooms were outdated and not too clean. Trash was only picked up one day out of the three full days here. North camping site is 4 miles from South site. Plenty of children riding bikes and very family oriented, not too loud at night. We enjoyed our stay, would come back again and recommend this park to others.