This campground is actually in Northlake, Texas and the GPS address is 833 Cleveland Gibbs Rd., Northlake. Road in is rough but interior roads are good, paved roads. Nice park with a variety of mobile homes and long and short term spaces. Clean, well manicured lawns with weekly garbage pick-up at site from individual containers. Cable and phone are available by subscription to cable company. Good TV reception on antenna. Clean laundry facility and library but no other activities in park although they have a nice pavilion with fireplace and grill.
GPS Co-ordinates are: N33 4.94', W96 29.74' as Country View Trail is too new to be listed. Half mile of rock road to park entry. Interior roads are rock also. New park and nice owners. Small, clean laundry, private lake for fishing (catch and release) and short distance from Lake Lavon for swimming, boating and other fishing. Good, free WiFi, nice size spaces with a few smaller shade trees and grass. Park is still being developed with a picnic pavilion nearly complete. Each site has individual mailbox with it's own address. If you are in the area it is a good, very quiet choice.
Great, small park with nice owners. As stated in other reviews it is close to "Stuff" in Gun Barrel City. Replacing an old WiFi antenna inside the office, with an outside, hi gain antenna so the signal will improve.
City is actually Jeisey, not Kincaid. Lots of space and large lots designed as a place for mobiles, their RV rentals are mostly long term. Nice lady owns the park. Free washer and dryer but no WiFi or cable TV. There are spaces with phone hook-ups. Near Springfield and Taylorville for doing genealogy stuff.
Old, poorly maintained park. Roads are dirt as are the spaces. Many longterm residents and many motorcycles and 4 wheelers. Some grass but thin. Too much bird crap everywhere to enjoy being outside. Peafowl and guineas everywhere and they are really noisy especially when about 10 of them gather under you rig and start their screeching at 6 am. WiFi is non-existent. Manager said it was working in her mother-in-law's house but I stood under the antenna and had zero signal. This was true for the 2 days we were in the park.
Sand roads, large grassy sites, shade trees and nice owners. Large lodge, Cabins and tent spaces, New Wi-Fi setup. Boat launch and dock with bait shop and fish cleaning building. Nice pool area with deck. On big Winnie lake with lots of water activities. Owners are friendly couple.
Park is new and still under construction in some areas. Has paved roads w/concrete slabs. Owner is a policeman and this is to be his retirement. Nice people, even came over to help me hook up when we came in. Hard to find, high on a bluff overlooking the Arkansas river. If you're going, look for the old concrete silo on south side of highway 51, drive is just east of it going up the hill.
It's not the biggest or best but is a serviceable overnight stop. Some of the sites are difficult to get into with a long rig but others are OK. Full hookups and strong Wi-Fi signal. Satellite friendly. I've been in a lot of parks that were worse for more money. Buffet lunch was good for $7.99 in casino which was a short walk away. If you can't walk it just call and they will come pick you up and bring you back when you want.
About the same as other COE parks except for the gate crew. We had problems with the power (30 amp) the first night there and told the local Camp Host. He submitted a work order but since it was Friday nothing would be done over the weekend. On Monday afternoon I went to gate to find out if anything would be done as was told a repairman was in the park since 8 am. He had 3 jobs for the day. Walked back to site and saw a corp employee washing his hands at a nearby site and asked if he had worked on it and he said he would after trailer is moved. We were planning a 2 week stay as had already been told there were no more spaces available. After MUCH discussion I found out there were at least 4 sites that are not in the reservation system and are not rented. It was finally OKed for us to move to one of these sites. It was a long argument and I would have left the park if there were any options available but there weren't for the period of time we needed. This was around July 4th and all parks near lake were full.
Very small spaces. Power box covered by neighbors lawn chair, water faucet behind plants and sewer under his slide. Short and crowned space. Truck was sticking into road in front while trailer was at edge of road at rear. Asphalt was gouged by many vehicles exiting space. Trees SERIOUSLY need trimming. The ladder on my new Jayco was torn off on one side by a limb that I couldn't miss when exiting the park.
Park management must be very worried about the area the park is in. They own the property on all sides of the park but still have office door locked, you must be buzzed in after they see you, remote control gate with $50 cash deposit for opener, and spike strips in several places in roads. The worst thing, in my opinion, are bump strips throughout the park made out of 4" pipe covered by asphalt. In a medium duty truck pulling a 38.5' 5'er, the strips will nearly break your neck even crawling over them. We were planning a longer stay but decided to leave after 2 days. We won't be back here. Never found the saloon either.
Older park (camped here 20 years ago) so it shows some age. On a hillside overlooking Blue Mesa Lake but sites are mostly level. Lots of fishermen on weekends. Across highway from US parks and boat ramp. Staff is friendly and helpful and store has tackle, some groceries and drinks. Propane on site. Roads are gravel, sites are gravel and grass with shade trees. Sites are located east-west, you can see the lake and mountains from rig in many cases. WiFi is very slow. This is our 3rd time here and we will return.
Right on the banks of the Mississippi River. I you stay near the river there is no shade and the WiFi is weak. Even with a high gain antenna the download speed is VERY slow due to the fact it is through a Directway satellite. There were times that a dialup would have been much faster. We would only stay again for a single overnight.
Nice, older, family park. We have stayed there during 3 different years and each visit was nice. One of first parks we stayed in with free WiFi. Free entertainment in park a couple nights a week during the summer, good low cost cook-out one of the nights. We will return.
The best park we have ever stayed in. The only reason for not giving it a 10 is the WiFi service through Coach Connect was spotty. When we return I will get DSL line for same cost. Free phone for in-park use and receiving outside calls. Almost any activity you desire except trap shooting or sand volleyball. Large spaces and wide streets, monthly (winter season) craft sales and weekly dances are just a few of the extras.
Park is the newest in Red River but by far the most expensive. Price includes $6/day for car although we never moved our MDT and $1/day for our dog. I was not informed about the extra car charge until checking in. It was then too late to back out as there is a $75 non-refundable deposit already paid. They also charge $3/day for showers. We stayed in space 208 which is in the "Adult Area" but there is an ATV trail directly behind it that is used by a rental company so it isn't quiet here when the weather is nice. Most of the noise was on the weekend. It is a gated park and you must stop and use a card reader to open the gate. It was raining on several occasions and consequently got rain into the car while trying to get gate to open. Some sort of shelter would have been nice. They added a second WiFi antenna in the upper area of park and signal was good but installer said that 768k was as fast as system would work. Got slowed down at times. We will not stay there again.