This is a membership park (we stayed under AOR)that has a few RV sites. It covers a large area but is mostly a ownership park with park models. There are only 6 full hookup sites and only 2 of them were 50 amp. The road through the park to get to the RV area is 1.25 miles of horrible dirt roads. The road is solid potholes (actually more like craters) - the worst we have ever seen. This park is very, very run down. The office was not open during the week. We had to call to advise we were there & then someone came around and collected the money. None of the amenities that the book said they had existed, with the exception of the pool. The pool was not real clean and the chairs were all broken. The water in the showers was not even lukewarm, not to mention dirty. We had to ask the management to mow around the RV sites. The rest of the park had been mowed. We were here for 10 days only because we had met another couple here. It is by far the worst RV park we have stayed at in our 2.5 years of full timing. The only plus was that we were in site M3 which had 50 amp. The full hookup sites were very close together and not all 6 would accommodate a large rig. I would not camp here again!
This is a older Mobile Home park with about 6 full hookup sites. There are a few more sites but they don't have hookups. The RV section is separate from the mobile homes. Sites are not numbered and it was hard to find the water and electric hookups. Some sites need an extension for the electric cord. There are no restrooms/showers. There is a laundry that is very inexpensive. Grass hadn't been mowed for some time. Manager advised that they were going to fix up the RV section. It's very obvious that this is not really an RV Park! They offer $15 a night to Passport and Escapee members. All others are charged $30. I would never consider paying $30 for this park. $15 was actually too much for this one.
Good park for visiting Nashville area. It's about 25 miles from downtown Nashville. Only a few sites with 50 amps. Sites are all paved with large decks. The last road getting to the park is narrow and the turn is pretty tight. We couldn't get satellite due to the trees. Park was well maintained.
I agree with the last person about the 'ants', we've never had any in the motorhome until at this location. We were in site 28 which looks out on the river. It was a nice large site with some trees but we were still able to get satellite. It's a bit remote but very peaceful. There is a hiking/biking trail through the woods. We had 50 amp service, but not a good 50 amp. Our digital amp monitor went off several times which doesn't happen with 50 amp. I would recommend this park when seeing the Montgomery sites as it's only about 15 miles out of the city!
Big clubhouse. Pool was nice. There was a small cafe. Downside - you must circle around the clubhouse to enter and exit. While making this circle you go over a couple of speed bumps - everything shifted in the motorhome! The roads were loose dirt and narrow. The first site we were at was next to an electrical box and it interfered with the satellite signal. We stayed under ROD so no charge.
The view at this park is fantastic. The water sites have decks that go right up to the water. It would have been perfect except we weren't able to get cell service or satellite TV and only 1 station on antenna. It is also pretty remote. If you want solitude it's wonderful!