We used this park for a couple of overnights on a work trip. We made reservations over the phone and received directions for finding the office as this is not by the park. The actual park is located directly on the Smith River. The surrounding roads slope up so even though on a fairly busy road, it was nice and quiet on the park. There is a sign at the top of the road. Restrooms are located in a building that could have been someone's house, very cute. It also contains a laundry room with appliances (metered) a couple of book shelves and a small sitting lounge. We originally parked in site 52 but that was too far for WiFi reception, so we moved to site 10 for the next 2 nights. Overall a very nice stay, we would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We used this park for an overnight while visiting friends in the area, it was OK for that but I wouldn't use it for an extended stay. The office is not always open and it took repeated attempts to get hold of the manager. Also note THERE IS NO SIGN so the place is a bit hard to find. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice little park which would be even better with the addition of a sign so you could find it. Not identified in any way and the only way we found it was by a tenant standing out in the road and flagging us down. Could not have found it in the dark. Restrooms were clean and unique in that they were a lot more like home than an RV park. Good satellite views. Clean. A bit unusual because without a reservation they won't let you in, even if they're empty. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A secluded, quiet little park nestled just off Business 220 South with easy close access to restaurants, groceries, and shopping. NWF Certified Wildlife Habitat directly on the Smith River with access for canoes and kayaks. Primitive shady tent sites along the river in addition to 12 full hook-up RV sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.