This park was a great overnight site, but the amenities were lacking. Sites were wide and long with very east access. I have rated the park a 6 because the amenities were lacking in the area and the look of the region was unappealing. Coming from Texas, access to the park was not great if one follows the GPS because of a deep dip in the road. Once were heard from the person at the campground that the other street is easier, exit was not a problem.
The best thing we can say about Southern Leisure is the friendliness and charm of the host couple. From there everything goes downhill. The campground physically is challenging from the broken roads leading to and within the park to the slanted sites available. I think we finally found the one somewhat level site after spending our first night in a tilted site with our pull vehicle still attached. Maneuvering around the campground in the dark was challenging. Unfortunately we arrived in pouring rain around sunset. Not knowing the roads in the campground and without a site map, we ended up on a hill on a rutted dirt road. Thank heaven we had the foresight to purchase a 4WD tow vehicle. If you are up to a challenge, then Southern Leisure is the campground for you. And, for an extra level of difficulty, make sure you arrive in the dark during a downpour.
There were wide long sites with bathrooms and showers. The staff was friendly and access to the park was easy off I-20. Although we were close to the Interstate, there was no unacceptable noise. We stayed only for one night but we would definitely return if we were in the area.