Older park with many long term campers but fairly well maintained. Most sewer sites are used by long term campers but the non-sewer sites are very good, level, long, and well spaced. Good electricity, water pressure, and Wi-Fi. A bargain for a short stop right off I-75.
Clean and well maintained with good size sites. Good electricity, WiFi and water pressure. Level pull through grassy sites with gravel hardpacked roads. Clean laundry and restrooms. Quiet. We would return
Clean with good electricity, WiFi and water pressure. Some sites close-back to back. Sewer hookups are at far back of site on some sites. Train noise can be bothersome if site too close to tracks. Friendly and helpful staff. Has many rallys and scheduled events so need to call ahead for availability.
Nice long and spacious sites with good electricity and water pressure. Parks Wi-Fi fair. No television reception or AT&T phone cell service. Verizon cell phone service spotty. Quiet country setting good for night or two. Owners on premise and very helpful. Located right on nice walking/bike trail. We would return at Passport America rate.
Rate is Passport America which includes an additional mandatory charge if you have a 50 amp rig. Nice ,long, level pull-throughs. Easy access from I-65. Good water pressure and electricity. Clean laundry and nice playground and pavilion. Well maintained. No shade trees. Pleasant staff. We will return again
Park is greatly improved since becoming a part of Ocean Canyon properties. Still some sites are tight, roads need upgradin,g and they are in process of removing old rundown long time trailers and buildings. Both indoor and outdoor pools were clean as well as rec hall. Friendly and helpful staff. We definitely will return as Coast to Coast members if improvements continue as promised.
The rate cited is the Coast-to-Coast member rate. The park needs major updating of utilities and facilities. Weekends are busy with lots of locals, golf carts running crazy, driven by all ages, and loud wild drinking parties. Many sites are short and hard to maneuverer with larger rigs. Rating the park a 5 is being very generous.
New owner seems to be making lots of improvements. The park was clean and the workers were busy with upkeep. Some sites now have cement patios and gravel but most are good size grass sites. The staff is friendly and other campers were very friendly as well. The roads are wide and gravel so sometimes dusty, but we definitely would return and recommend this park to others.
Small park does not have bathrooms, rec hall or planned activities. Quiet with good electricity and WiFi, cable TV, roomy sites and friendly helpful owners on location. Sites and roads are gravel. Cement patios and nice picnic tables at each site. City water for rig use but each site has available outlet for well water to wash vehicles. Everyone lets their dogs run loose including owners. Nothing fancy but clean and we would return again
We have stopped here numerous times and feel you get your money's worth. This is Passport America rate for back-in 50 amp service. Fee includes cable with many channels, good size back-ins with easy access, Wi-Fi and good electricity and water pressure. Reasonable drive from the Rio Grande Valley. We will return.
This is our second visit and this is one of the best campgrounds we have stayed in. Cement pads for parking, spacious sites with grass, paved roads, good utilities, extremely clean and well kept with helpful, friendly staff. A gem at a reasonable price and a coupon is available on their website and in Trailer Life Campground book for discounts.
Nice park. Rate is Passport America with lots of different taxes included. Easily maneuvered gravel roads in park. Good 50 amp electricity, good water pressure, spacious pull-through sites and very friendly staff. Easy access from expressway and minimal traffic noise. Good place to stay for a day or two and we would certainly return again if in the area.
As noted before, this is a Passport America park and all 50 amp rigs must pay 50 amp rate. Sites are close together but long, paved and well maintained. Lots of long term campers and few sites available for drive-ups so you must call for reservation. Good for a night or two when passing through.
As noted before, this is a Passport America rate. Must take 50 amp service which was a few dollars extra per night. Sites are long and gravel. Good water pressure and electricity. Includes cable TV with quite a few channels. Easy access from expressway. Good place to stop for a night or two and we would stop here again and recommend it to others.
As noted before, this is an older park with old looking buildings but there were many positives. Good 50 amp electricity, good water pressure, Wi-Fi, long level gravel pull-through sites, and friendly staff. No one was in office but came immediately and led us to a site. The entrance drive has lots of potholes and the roads are dirt. If you don't need any amenities this is a good stopping place for a night or two at a reasonable price. We would come back
Spacious full hookup sites. Lots of trees, picnic table and grill at each site. Unable to get any television reception or satellite and poor phone reception with both Verizon and ATT. Wi-Fi available but intermittent. Rate was with senior 25% discount. Might return for short visit if in area.
As mentioned before, roads and sites are paved. Sites are spacious. Good electric (50 amp) and water. Dump station. Rate is with Golden Age Passport. Not far from city with shopping and restaurants. Quiet and we would return if in area
Rate is Passport America. $3 extra for 50 amp. Clean and well kept. Helpful staff and owners. Some sites are paved and tiered, others are gravel. Gravel roads. Good water pressure and electric. Sharp turn on road coming toward park and curvy hilly road requires caution for oncoming traffic. We would return if in area.
Park very clean and well maintained. Close to Nashville, but away from the heavy traffic. Only concerns are some side by side hookups so you might be snug to one of your neighbors and the narrow roads with tight turns. Location of some trees make for very careful maneuvering out of some camp sites, but still would return if in the area
Old park. At this time of year, no problem getting a site. Roads fair, narrow, hilly and dirt. Park is large. Sites old gravel, unlevel but spacious. Everything looks old and worn. Staff gives appearance of unconcerned. Good electric and water pressure. Mediocre. Alright for an overnight, close to Nashville Indiana.
Rate is weekly rate. Very well kept park with exceptional restrooms. Staff extremely friendly and helpful. Blacktop roads, regular sites are good size although we had to park our truck crosswise in front of our fiver. Lots of area for overflow parking. Have some extra long premium sites where long vehicles with toads can stay hooked up. Good Wi-Fi. We will definitely return.
Great location right off I-75. Many sites are not level side to side and front to back. Spacious sites. Well maintained. All sites are now 50/30. No sewers but do have a private honey wagon service. We camp here frequently and will return.
Actually the address is in Sevierville but sign for Pigeon Forge is right next to the driveway. Great park. Agree with everything mentioned before. If you want a pool and rec hall and activities at a campground, then this is not for you. But if you want spacious, quiet sites be sure to check it out.
Rate is Passport America that is only good Monday and Tuesday. Long pull-through gravel sites, can stay hooked up if desired with no problem. Good 50 amp electricity and water pressure. Shady sites and friendly, helpful owners. Easy access from I-85. Negative is as previously posted with junky stuff all around outskirts of park but the campsites are maintained. Good overnight park and would return but only at Passport rates. Not worth the full rate.
Rate is Passport America. Very large sites, mainly grass. Very clean and well kept. I agree with previous posts on everything except WiFi was good. Does not have pool or playground but everything else we like. We will definitely return.
This is a membership park. We camped with Coast to Coast. Additional charges for mandatory cable and 50 amp service. Wide paved roads and sites with full paved patios. Sites at good angle for easy parking. Some slightly tight turns and annoying speed bumps. 2 sewer hookups at most sites. Clean park and pleasant staff. Lake on property with swimming area. We will return again. Wi-Fi intermittent at some sites.
Rate is Coast to Coast. Extra charge for Wi-Fi (good reception) and 50 amp. Gravel sites and roads. Facilities are clean. Friendly staff and other campers. Park is ok, nothing special but we would return because of the location and price.
Rate is Passport America. Tax makes nightly rare $13.50. Older park but well kept. Older buildings, each have that closed musty odor. Sites are long, but some side by side hookups so rigs may be parked close to each other although park wasn't full so no problem. No amenities but a nice quiet place for a few nights stay and we would return if in area.
Passport America rate of $13.50 good for 4 days. Only complaint is that the sites and road are gravel and dusty or if it rains it gets muddy. Otherwise everything was very clean and the owners are friendly. Not an activity park, but a great stopover with very long pull-through sites. We would definitely return if in the area.
Passport America park $17 for back in, $2 extra for 50 amp and no pigtails are allowed so if you have a 50 amp rig you must pay an extra $2. Nice long pull throughs are $22. All sites are fairly level and long. Very clean. Nice day's drive to the Valley from this park. Located on Colorado River.
We stayed in this 55+ park for 4 months and would return. The park was kept very clean both inside all facilities and throughout the park. Free Wi-Fi was available in office and rec room but others who wanted it in their rigs, had to subscribe for service throughout most of the park and people complained about it's reliability. Cable TV also has to be individually subscribed to also. Our only complaint was that because the park is older, the back to back sites were close and when the park got busy in January and February, some campers ended up being parked extremely tight to each other. Close to all shopping and many attractions in the Rio Grand Valley.
Park appeared old but fairly clean. Nearest town was quite a distance for any services. Sites were fairly spacious but needed leveling. We enjoyed watching the many different deer. We would return for a few nights at a time.
Nightly rate was half with Golden Access card. Nice park. Close to Fort Hood and their museums. Only complaint was lots and lots of bugs except when we had a good wind. But otherwise a great place to stay and would highly recommend. No sewers
The reason I am giving them a 2 is because of their reservation system or lack of. Called for reservations for 3 rigs and was called back with a confirmation of available sites. A few days later I recalled to be sure that it was OK for fifth wheels since on website they claim they are a "motor coach" park. Was then told "no problem, we accept fifth wheels." Next day I received a call from a person who wanted to know why I called and when I explained she then claimed to have only one available site for the date requested even though our reservation for 3 sites had been previously confirmed. Had to make alternate arrangements to go to a different park. At least we didn't arrive with all 3 rigs to find out that they didn't have enough available sites even though they had previously confirmed them. It appears that the left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing.
This is a 55+ park. Located nicely in quiet area but easily accessible to everything. Large area of park is mobile homes but nice newer separate area for RV's with own entrance and small clubhouse with laundry although full use of all facilities and activities available to everyone is located near office. Staff is friendly and helpful. Office closed afternoons Saturdays and Sundays like most campgrounds in the Rio Grande Valley. Wi-fi available in clubhouse and is supposed to be available at sites next year although you can subscribe privately to local cable company for high speed at this time. You pay separate for electricity like most other parks here in the valley.
Passport America and Good Sam Park. Under new family ownership and management since October 2004. As noted in above review, park is close to I-10 but surprisingly there wasn't much noise. We slept with windows open and had no problem sleeping. The newer sites are long and level but narrower than older grassy sites, (around 20 feet wide). Enough room for slides and awnings, but close. All sites have cement pads, cable, wi-fi and 50 amp free. Very clean, well maintained and friendly owners. We will return
They were paving the roads the week after we left. Well maintained park with level sites. Some sites are small and some are a bit difficult to back into because of small tree locations. Nice location out of main traffic of Pigeon Forge. Sites are fairly deep but not real wide although enough room for slideouts and awnings. We will return if in area.
Mostly level spacious and grassy sites. All had cement patios and picnic tables. Within 30 minutes of attractions. Bathrooms and laundry older but well kept. We spent 3 months and will definitely return to park. Pool not heated but kept clean. Friendly staff.