Very clean park. Nice club house and pool area. Fenced in dog run. The best part of this park is the 24 hour security at the gate and the barbed wire around the park. If you have to stay in Vegas make sure you're in a secure park! Walking distance to boulder station. The Ranger was very friendly and gave us a lot of good information on the area. We are Thousand Trails members so we stayed here for free.
This RV park is fairly small but is very clean and level. A little expensive but right next door to the Graceland exhibits and souvenir shops and in the parking lot of the Heartbreak Hotel. There are shuttles you can get to take you to Beal street and Marlow's is a good restaurant about a mile away. They will come and get you for free. They have a nice little store with food, RV and souvenirs. They have a large area in the back with a dog park and play ground. A small pool and pavilion area.
We loved this RV park. It's clean, easy to get to, just out of reach of the busy city. Friendly staff. Nice little bark park and very pet friendly. They even give you a dog bone and pink or blue baggy when you check in. They have a shuttle and for a price they will take you into Nashville. The driver pretty much is at your disposal and very willing to work out whatever you need or want. Thursday night they had dinner catered and provided entertainment (a singer that sang to karaoke music but hey!) for $9 a plate. The food was very good! The only complaint at all which was not even that big of a deal was you can hear the highway at night. We would come back here!
Pros first. this is a very nice camp ground. It has a huge rec center with lots of activity's as well as miniature golf, tennis, shuffle board, horse shoes etc. they have planned activities like bingo and djs and much more. Its very woodsy and shaded and the pool area is one of the best I have seen, 2 pools one inside and one outside a kiddie pool and a hot tub. They have a arcade and a store that they will open for you any time during office hours. Its gated with one way in and one way out. Its very shady and pretty with lots of trees and ground moss and its far enough away from the road to keep the noise down. They have a little fishing pond as well. It was very easy to find. The staff is very friendly. each camp site has a BBQ stand and a fire ring. Ours fire ring was missing and they promptly brought us one. Cons- The park is very hilly so be prepared to get creative when parking. The most level spots are at the top of the by the clubhouse.When you arrive you have to go find your own spot and then go back and tell them where you parked. When you pull in you go through the gate but the office is smack dab in the middle of the park so you have to drive quite a distance to get to it and follow the hard to see arrows and signs to get there as well as go past all the campers so if your unit is big I strongly recommend you either pull over in the road after the gate and disconnect to drive to the office or just be prepared for a tight drive through the park. There is no grass here its all dirt because of all the trees. when it rains it gets very dirty. If your at the bottom of the hill look out. We stayed in A43 which kept us away from the busy hustle and bustle of the clubhouse area and was still fairly level. But we did get a lot of traffic. Also if your just a zone member be prepared to be hit up to upgrade your membership to elite by the camp host. But it was no big deal. He was very nice about it and did not push. We stayed 5 weeks and if we ever get back this way we will definitely stay here again.
We are a member of Thousand Trails so we try to use encore when ever a TT preserve is not available, but we pulled into this park and pulled right back out. The Full Timers are so dug in that the whole park looks like a mobile home park with fences and junk everywhere on the sites. The sites were so close together that there was NO room for living space. Not our cup of tea. We went back to Marathon and stayed at another park..
This is a nice park. The sites are big enough to easily park. They have someone guide you to your site when you check in and they have a convenient store on site and a nice swimming pool area. All in all we would stay here again even though its further away from the heart of savannah than the other rv parks in the area. But I did have a few complaints. 1. they give you the illusion of a secure park by having a gate to enter with a security code but the exit to the park is not gated. You can drive right in. 2. the water was turned off twice and no notice from the park. When I called to complain they just shrugged it off. Also there was a dead Squirrel on the property that we walked past every day walking our dog and it was a good 4 days before someone cleaned it up.
We stayed here a month and I really loved this park. It's very clean and the staff is very accommodating. The pool area is very nice, it's heated in the winter and cooled in the summer. The older section is tighter but we have a 40 foot motorhome and my husband pulled right in with no problems. The newer section has plenty of room and they planted 30 new trees during our stay, so there should be more shade. The snorkeling was amazing. They have a nice little swimming area. In all the places we have stayed they, by far, have the fastest WiFi. The only draw back is it's about 10 miles into town, but during the busy tourist season I can see where that would be a huge plus! We will stay here again!
We really enjoyed this clean park. I was worried about the noise from the freeway, but its actually far enough away you can’t really hear the cars. It’s a great location for hiking. Beautiful area. The town is very small, but it has a restaurant and a grocery store (no gas station) all with in walking distance or a short bike ride away. Hurricane is a 10 min. drive away, and St George is only 15 min. Just far enough away to avoid the hustle and bustle of the busy city but close enough to drive to if you want to run into town. We stayed the month of October, and it was still pretty hot, but Leeds is a higher altitude than St George so it was cooler and comfortable. We will go back!
We stayed here for a month in April, so the busy season was over and the park emptied out very quickly. The downfall to that is that there are no activities.. The pool area is nice. They have a nice little tiki bar you can use when you go over to use the free internet-which was fast. We used it to face time with the family. They have a clubhouse with a pool table and exercise room and also a fun little miniature golf course. The RV park had quite a bit of wild life. We have seen owls, squirrels, armadillos, frogs, cranes and ducks. The area this park is in, is like it has its own little area of Kissimmee when you drive in. It is a private drive so the mobile park and RV park have the entire area to themselves. It is also in a part of town that has everything you could want within walking distance. Flea markets, restaurants and gift shops. It is very close to Disney World and Universal Studios. We stayed on the Thousand Trails discounted rate.
I can not say enough good about this camp ground we absolutely LOVED it. We had signed up for the Thousand Trails membership and this was our first experience with TT.The wild life was amazing, we stayed in the wooded section which gives you a little bit more privacy than the general population. It is very busy though, lots of people and kids. They have a nice pool and hot tub area. Lots of activities. We will be going back to this camp ground.
I loved this park; the location is amazing. It's right across the street from the beach. The staff is friendly and helpful. Lots of activities, free pizza night with bingo etc., free coffee and donuts each morning, but I don't think I could go back. We stayed a week and the train runs directly behind the park. 4 times a night minimum with horns the whole way. Truly makes me sad because it was almost the perfect park!
Loved this park. Very clean, has a dog park for small and big dogs with agility equipment,hot tub and swimming pool. They were very full and we had a mixup with our reservations, but they told us they would have fit us in if needed. Lots of fun activities offered all week. Most camp sites had a covered pavilion. Easy to get to and easy to park a big rig.
This park was well kept, and I think if visited during the summer would be fun, but it was cold when we stayed. The pool was closed and no activities offered. The only complaint was the sites are not very level and the Internet was slow to the point that we quit trying to use it. Sites were big and easy to park a big rig. We stayed a week.