Large sites. Lots of trees and shade. We were able to get satellite. Sites have gravel out the front door of the RV. It had rained so ours was a mud hole. They could not move us. They did add a little gravel to the worst spot. The walking trail was nice. We saw deer. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very small RV park conveniently located between Lake Greeson and Crater of Diamonds. Park itself is pretty easy to get to. Roads are rather narrow, gravel covered, and turns are a little tight if you have a large rig. Water, sewer, and electric were easily accessible, but sewer connection was uphill and had an above ground cap, which made connecting difficult and therefore sewer line didn’t drain well. Leveling was tough as site leaned on the right. Grounds were nicely kept, and there was horseshoes and deck shuffleboard. Little to no place to walk pets on grassy area. Had to walk outside the park near main road. Manager/owner somewhat gruff, not very professional in dress style when dealing face to face with customers (could have used some top undergarments). We did not the use “al fresco” showering or restrooms. Satellite reception was OK if you could get beyond the tree line. It’s somewhat out of the way if you are just passing through, but if you want to visit the Lake (which was gorgeous!) or Crater of Diamonds, it’s an OK park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is not a resort! Narrow built up gravel pads; No showers; no pool; no sewer hookups; Owners dogs bark at all times; state park and other RV parks are nicer and closer to town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean. Sites are gravel, level, well spaced with easy access. Water and Electric within a few feet of the pad, some 50 amp. Picnic table and grill at each site. Free Wi-Fi worked well. Centrally located for all attractions in the area. Owner very friendly, knowlegable, helpful but not overbearing. Rest rooms very clean. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Fantastic park! Clean, well-ran establishment in a most relaxing, spacious wooded setting. All amenities are new and modern, and the Lady owner is one of the most hospitable and knowledgeable people you'll ever meet! She has a sparkling demeanor and cheerful smile that is guaranteed to brighten your day! With shuffleboard, horseshoes and disc golf, your enjoyment is assured. The wife and I both give this place a "Double-Thumbs-Up"! We camped here in a Motorhome.
New park with level and spacious sites. The owner is a woman of all abilities. She fixed the electrical cord for one of our fellow travelers while we parked. Much cleaner and nicer than any of the other parks in Murfreesboro. Only one mile North of town on Hwy 19. Address is 1902 Hwy 19 N. Easy in and out. Good utilities and good service. Even if full this would be the place to stay. Did we mention that the owner is super nice and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.