Large pull thru sites, hard sand and fairly level. Free Wi-Fi that works and excellent Cable selection. Sites are also fairly private and very large. Great location. Would have given it a 10 if they had concrete pads. For the money it is hard to complain. Hard to believe it is a county park as it is better then most privately owned camp grounds. Would stay again.
I am guessing that the people who complained about the sites and "bad road" in do not have a lot of experience. We really didn't see an issue with our 36 ft motorhome. Yes there is a blind curve and the layout to get in and out of the camp ground is odd, but keep in mind you are in the mountains of Asheville! Location is awesome. We were in site 30 and did have a nice view of the mountains in the distance. Some sites will not have that view so I guess it depends on what site you are in. You can't see the Biltmore from any site and need to walk to the dog walk area. Full cable hook ups, and weak Wi-Fi from our site. Concrete pads but no privacy landscaping between sites. You can hear the highway in the distance but it wasn't that bad and the way previous reviews were, it sounded like the campground was literally on the highway. Not so. No problems checking in. Very nice campground and we would stay here again.
Very nice RV park. Were not able to get a Wi-Fi signal at the back of the park. Drove up near the office and still could not get a signal. Would have given them a higher rating but the location of the park is not on a bike path and nothing is within walking distance. You may want to consider Outdoor resorts if this is a concern for you. Enjoyed our stay and would stay here again.
This was the worse campground ever. I do not recommend staying here. The sulfur spring emits a constant stench. Don't drink the water - had to buy bottled water. Taking a shower even stunk from the smelly water. They advertised they have "new water" so I would hate to see the old water. Cable is available for $50 a month. This is a trailer park wishing to be a campground. The only positive thing I can say about this place is the sites are large. But be careful where you park and do not let them help you back in. I saw more than one coach in trouble with their help. I also saw a brand new motorhome swamped in the mud as the sites are not paved. The people who own it are not RVers and used to own a storage facility. It shows. People are not boxes! They do not pick up your garbage and there are only two dumpsters very very far away - you will need a car. WiFi was way way overpriced so we did not use it. The constant dog barking from one of the permanent RVs was a bother along with the neighborhood rooster. When I complained about the dog, they stated they were aware of it but did nothing about it. We have two dogs so it is not like we mind barking but not all night. On the weekend, this place becomes a favorite hang out by some fairly shady characters. You can pay a small fee to use the water park as a day visitor. Given the stench, don't know why anyone would pay to swim in it but then again, judging by that crowd it may have been their only shower this month. Avoid this place at all possible costs.
We stayed for the maximum 5 months so the rate is based on the monthly rate. I am a consultant and had a job near by. Parking is a challenge and the sites are very close together. For the area, this is the best place to stay. They have a "10 year old rule" that your RV can not be older then 10 years. They asked us when we reserved but we saw many RVs during our stay older then 10 years. Not sure how they enforce this or if it is just to encourage you not to come if you have a junker. Good dog walking areas. Basic cable. Typical WiFi signal.
Nice park in a good location. Warning that is town does not have a near by grocery and you can not buy beer in this town. Come prepared as it is a bit of a drive to "Ingles" on exit 31. The sites are nice and level, good hook ups. Wifi is a bit slow but that may depend on your site location. Nice steam that would be worth the extra money to stay on unlike some other campgrounds that boast "waterfront". Good breakfast and singer on Saturdays. The dog walk is a bit small and you are restricted to this area.
Poor roads, sites are more for tents or travel trailers, tick infested area, no sewage available at sites unless you have a small RV and are not afraid to back it off of a cliff. The rec center has spotty Wi-Fi if you can stand the smell of mildew. A huge disappointment considering this is a Thousand Trails membership park. 296 sites but we probably only fit into about 20 of them. We have a 36 foot class A. We will not return and will discontinue our membership if we experience more parks like this one. We also logged a complaint with TT headquarters.
I am so disappointed. I paid all this money for Thousand Trails and the first time we leave Florida, I end up here. This place is run down. The roads are horrible. The sites are better suited for tenter's. Most of them you can not get any sizable RV into. Ticks are everywhere. The rec hall you have to use for Wi-Fi smelled horrible and the A/C was off. I would not return here and will be writing to TT to complain.
This is a membership only park and one of the nicer ones we have been to through RPI. The big rig sites are a bit small as stated in other reviews. 40 foot max so parking a car in your spot also may not be possible. They do have a few parking lots for cars. The lake view is nice but the park is spread out over the hill so climbing back up to your spot is a workout! This park also has had the best Wi-Fi connection I have had at a campground.
The campground was about 20 minutes from Opryland Hotel. The Save A Lot grocery store 1 mile away: the quantity and quality of food is not great. The dog run area was dirty from owners not cleaning up after the pets so we chose not to use this area. The noise was a bit loud outside due to the interstate traffic. The park itself was clean but the sites were very close to each other with some of the pull throughs side by side. The internet connection was not working most of the time we stayed here.
We were pleasantly surprised at how nice this campground is. The ratings in Trailer Life were too low in my opinion. The pull through sites all have concrete pads. It is very clean and well maintained. A great place to stay and explore this area of Mississippi. It is close to the train tracks so that can be noisy but I would stay here again.
There were several campers at this resort that may have been displaced still by Katrina. Not a lot of great walking areas for dogs. The train tracks are directly behind the campground so it can be loud. The staff was super friendly and the grounds and buildings clean. Biloxi is still rebuilding so there is not much near by. Only Treasure Bay casino is close enough to walk to. Bus service is still scares. I would stay here again.
This is a county run park that we found through Enjoy America. It is not in a very nice area of Mobile. Do not follow GPS directions which will take you through bad neighborhood streets. During the weekend days, the park is very busy with the locals. It took forever to check in. The disc golf course was nice and well used. We stayed in the campground area as I was not comfortable using the public areas. The bathrooms were so dirty my husband wouldn't even use them. I would probably not stay here again.
The campground seemed to be more for older clients. The facilities are a bit outdated but everything seemed very clean and the people very nice. The lake was bigger then I expected. We would stay here again.