All spots had concrete pads, and a few pull thrus. Paved roads through out the park. I believe on the weekends they have a 2 night minimum on pull thrus. Cute clean park with a few play ground sets, and the staff was super accommodating. They do have strict hours and lock the gates at 10pm. You can leave, but not get back in till I think 6 am.
February 17, 2019 - reviewed by HF1
One Of The Best COE
We stayed 3 nights starting 2/8/19 and enjoyed it very much. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Nice paved sites. We had one by river and saw several barges come through. 36.5 MH. Will be back !!
October 2, 2018 - reviewed by TJB
Quiet with many sites on the water. Staff are very polite and accommodating.
February 3, 2018 - reviewed by Allan
2 Day Stay
We really enjoyed our short stay at this beautiful park. Even in the winter it is great. We will use this as our half way stop on the way to FLORIDA from now on. Going to stop when headed to Tennessee.
October 12, 2017 - reviewed by Molly
Love it! Nice concrete level pads. Large spots. Multiple playgrounds and bathhouses. Very clean. Good view of creek and river. A favorite of ours.
May 13, 2017 - reviewed by Carol
It doesn't matter if you overnight or stay two weeks this is one of the best little Parks will ever find. The people are really nice the price is good Panzer level easy in and out. And you're only a couple miles from Walmart. Wonderful little Park. I would definitely go there again. The sides are long you can even get some by the river we had no problems with our 40-foot toy hauler. I would have given it a 5 but we had to wait several minutes for a host to come to the gate house. No self check-in.
October 3, 2015 - reviewed by Moonrover
Lots of shade
Scenic little park with mostly shaded sites. All pads are concrete, and roads are paved. Most sites have full hook ups. Water pressure was 37psi. Maneuvering a big rig around the tight turns is tricky, and most of the water view sites can't handle a large rig. We found two sites (30 and 31) that are very long and easy to get a big rig into. When entering the park be careful to make a very wide swing off of the access road. At the gate house there is a lane available to park and unhook a towed car; otherwise there are no other places (except the dump station) where this could be done without blocking campground traffic. Nights here are dark and very quiet. Be sure to walk the long trail that starts in the day use area. Carry a camera.