Located at exit 155 off of I-49, the park is easy to get to and very accessible. We did not hear any highway noise. The sites are level and very long and big rig friendly. We did not have to disconnect. The park offered free Wi-Fi. We used this park as a stopping point and will stay here again. There was a snack shop across the road, which offered a daily lunch and breakfast. I was told they have craw fish during the season. The park accepts many discounts,. We used Passport America. We will stay here again.
This is a private campground because you do need some type of membership to stay. We stayed here using coast to coast. We had to pay $5.00 extra for 50 amps. The sites were level but I found that they put most of the people who are not Ocean Canyon members in the back part of the campground where the spaces were a bit closer and crowded. They had many open spaces toward the front during the week we stayed here. The staff was friendly. They told us some great places to eat. They had many club activities if that interest you. We will go back again.
All sites are pull thru and full hookups. (water, sewer and electric, 50/30 amps). Big rig friendly, easy in and easy out. Sites have a full concrete pad (some cracked) but easy to level your rig on. Nothing fancy here, but we will stop here again and make it a regular stop when passing through. Register at the restaurant. I-40 exit 200.
The campground is right across from a very busy truck stop and next to the interstate as well, therefore it is very noisy. No discounts available and overpriced. The grounds were not kept up and needed maintenance. Easy in and easy out is about the best I can say about this campground, it was good for an overnight stay as we were tired. I would try to avoid it and plan my stop in another city.