No bath or toilet facilities, sites all with a slope, very nice shade trees, one step above boon docking, and good neighbors while we were here. Very quiet at night. Several hundred yard walk, which was nice, to the store. Biting flies that DeepWoods Off did not even slow down, but not too many to keep us inside. Normal Arkansas.
Hilly, shady campground, with very nice office, toilets, showers, and quiet (except the spots beside the driveway around the office, so all night long, off and on, folks were either driving or walking by). More remote sites were occupied by permenant residents. The pool was closed for repairs, and the campground was under new management that was actively working to upgrade. We will stay again, maybe, but will not go out of our way to do so.
We were in our old motorhome, a 1986 Fleetwood Jamboree 26ft, no toad. The sites are nice and level, all utilities worked well, having nice, big, shaded, grassy areas between the sites and have tables. I saw 40 ft class A's with toad pulling into other spots w/o problems. We stayed two days at a time, for a total of 4 days w/ 2 boys. We rode our bikes around the campground, enjoyed visiting with folks, and only a hop and skip from town. Nice, quiet location. We will definitely be staying there again.