We have camped here before and swore we'd never come back, but it's February and we needed a campsite. We called and made reservations and there was no mention of the fact that there is NO water in the campground, and NO water at the dump station. We found out when we tried to hook up the water. Water was shut off due to winter. No adjustment on the price, either. Our motorhome is 35' and we tow a small car. The pull through was barely long enough to accommodate us and the site was low enough in the front that we had to put boards under the front wheels of our motorhome. So far, Wi-Fi is working. Cable is bare-bones. Turns are very tight and it would be difficult for longer RVs to maneuver in this campground. We wouldn't camp here again unless we were forced to.
This RV park is a stone's throw off I-20, and the traffic noise is very loud. There is also a railroad nearby. Sites are fairly narrow and gravel. I wouldn't stay here again unless I absolutely had to.
We almost didn't stay here due to the poor reviews the park got. However, we found the sites level, pull-throughs adequate length, and the park was clean. The sites were spacious, and there was one turn that was tight, but the workkamper lady in the office instructed us to go down to the next road to make our turn. There were a few long-term residents, but their sites were neat. It is far enough off I-20 that the traffic noise is not bad, and, although there is a Pilot Station across the street from the office, the RV sites are well behind the office and the noise was not bad. I did hear train whistles a couple of times during the night. West Monroe's water comes from a well, and I did notice a peculiar odor from it, but it was tolerable. We would stay here again.
We camped here in a 40' motorhome and were able to get into a site without disconnecting our toad. Sites are close together and the park is very crowded. We were here years ago and it was just a small, quiet country park, but that is not the case now. Road noise, as the previous reviewer stated, is definitely a problem, as we too are right next to the highway. There are several campfires going and we had to close all our windows due to the smoke. This must be a weekend getaway for the locals, as there are kids everywhere. WiFi works fine at our site. We would stay here again if we had to.
Park is located back from county road among trees. There are at least two ponds on the grounds. Most of the sites appear to be taken by seasonal campers, or weekenders. We arrived on a Friday, and there were kids and golf carts everywhere. We were taken to a pull-through site which was plenty long enough for our 40' motor home. There was no sewer. We had to use the dump station the next morning. We were told that if we wanted Wi-fi, we had to bring our laptops to the office, about 200 yards away, which we did. We sat down outside the office and were immediately attacked by mosquitoes, probably from the man-made ponds and water. We did hear one train during the evening, but none at night. It was surprisingly quiet, and other than advertising Wi-fi when it was not available except in the immediate area of the office, it was a nice place for an overnight stay. We probably would stay again, although I would not like to be there on a weekend.
Clean little campground in a tiny town; all sites pull-through. Some shade trees. Has adequate, grassy space between sites, picnic tables. WiFi worked great. TV reception through antenna on owner's roof was OK with the usual NBC, CBS, etc., which was fine with us because we were concerned about the weather. Park also has a storm shelter underneath the restroom building. Park is about 3/4 mile off interstate and we heard no traffic noise. Owners are friendly and helpful. Only downside is rub-board gravel street to get to the park (no fault of park's) We would definitely stay here again.
Many seasonal/permanent residents here. Park is adjacent to BLM land. It is dusty and windy. Although the park is several blocks north of I-10, at times highway noise is loud. Don't be fooled by the rates. Weekly rate was $110, plus tax, plus electric at $0.23 per kwh. We had to leave a day early and there are no refunds for any reason, PLUS a $5 charge for reading the meter at 4 pm the day before we left because host doesn't come to work until 9 am. That made a total of $l46 for 6 days camping. To be fair, I did wash and dry one load of clothes in the RV and we ran the air conditioner about 6 hours one day. We will not be staying here again.