There are a few sites that will accommodate big rigs/multiple slides, but access roads are narrow. Paved and gravel sites, more suited to small/medium rigs, pop-ups, truck campers, and tents. Some sites are more suited for small rigs, as front to back leveling could be a challenge for longer trailers and MHs. Level tent pads at each site. Spotless bathrooms and showers are well maintained and well stocked.
This campground is out in the country: about 8 miles to small town grocery, pharmacy, restaurants, and churches. Clean and tidy grounds with lots of shade. Gravel interior roads and RV sites. Level grass tent sites. Big rig friendly: some pull through sites. Very clean, recently remodeled showers and bathrooms. Bathrooms are air-conditioned. Showers are not air-conditioned, but are well ventilated. Free Wi-Fi not available in some areas of park. Mostly quiet, except for the usual misbehaving dog that barks at everything while the owners seem deaf.
A very nice COE campground with pleasant and accommodating hosts. Our stay was quiet and restful, with no unpleasant experiences. The bathrooms/showers were clean and well maintained. Some of the sites and roads are a little tight for big rigs and multiple slideouts...just as you would expect in a COE park. Overall just a nice well maintained park on the shore of Lake Barkley.
Pleasant and helpful park personnel. The park shows promise, but is a long way from reaching it's potential. Sites close together...most are pull throughs. Bathrooms/showers were somewhat clean, with mold/mildew on the bottom of two out of three shower curtains...only a little disrepair...small showers and tiny dressing area. We stayed in a camping cabin...were assured it was non-smoking. Even though it contained two no-smoking signs, it reeked of tobacco smoke. We had one of the most unpleasant and restless nights we've had for a long time, and only endured it because the stormy weather made erecting our tent impossible. Be warned: Unless you can stand the stench of stale tobacco smoke, steer clear of the "non-smoking" cabins. You'll be glad you did. Unless we are traveling in our RV or the weather is nice enough for our tent, we will pass this park next time we travel through this area.