cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
Not as appears on website. Gravel and muddy roads and sites. No cable but weren’t told at check in. Had to call office. Noisy road traffic. There is a lake but you have to cross a busy highway to get there. Not worth the money.
This is our second time staying here. Prior stay was February 2017. It is a large park with close to 100 sites plus cabins to rent. Easy access into park and roads in park are good. Check in was fast and friendly. As the name suggests it is in a pecan grove and you can purchase them in the gift shop. There are a number of permanent residents, most are kept up. The overnight spots are all gravel pull-throughs with full hookups. Park is clean. Sites are about average width. There is laundry and a bathhouse on site as well as a fish cleaning station. Small playground and across the road is a boat ramp and fishing deck. Lots of places to walk the dog and a small fenced in dog run. There are trashcans throughout the park and are checked every day. We were in Site 13, level, 50 amp electric and no issues with hook ups. It was just long enough for our 37-foot Class A and tow-dolly, we had to park our car in an empty site. WiFi was good and our Verizon signal was okay. There is road noise from Hwy 65/82, but it quiets down at night. We stayed March 11-14, 2018. We paid $32.00 with our Good Sam Discount. You are about 15 minutes from Greenville, MS.
DON"T STAY HERE IF YOU SEEK PEACE AND QUIET!
At a few minutes of 8 AM , a "worker" started mowing around my unit with a 30+ year old mower that had to register 100 decibels. Of course that ended my peaceful breakfast as my dogs went bananas. The lady in the office was extremely nice but the park is very run down and on a busy and loud highway. I wouldn't have said anything except for the mower who appeared to go out of his way to disturb paying customers.
We stopped at this location because it was the only Good Sams Park on our route and it was time to stop for the night.
Unfortunately, it is just an OK park. Nothing spectacular. Needs allot of work and maintenance, like new gravel on the sites. The sites a reasonably long and are separated by Landscape Timbers. Full hookup sites, appeared to have new power boxes, so that was a plus. There are a number of Full Timers living here in run down trailers and that detracts from the appearance of the park.
We stayed for one night and probably won't stay here again! There are several restaurants close by, if you didn't bring your own food. It is right on the lake, so this time of year the mosquitos will eat you alive, so bring bug spray!
Good Sams rates this park at 9. I don't know where that comes from, but I would rate it a 7.5, maybe less.
It was a one night and one time stay for us.
I just stayed here for three nights. The sites are level, but haven't seen gravel for 4-5 years. Wifi was very iffy. The showers were clean but very old. There are many seasonal and permanent residents here. I arrived after rain, so the entire park was a sea of mud that didn't dry out until day 3. Some one mentioned road noise, but I didn't notice it. I wouldn't go out of my way to stay here again, unless it was for an overnighter. There isn't much to do unless you are into fishing.
Our family stayed overnight because we were on our way to Eureka Springs. They have a great selection of pull-thru sites. The facilities are fine, but out dated. The camp is located across from the lake. It's off the highway, so you may hear traffic. Looks like allot of lake traffic stays there. I would recommend.
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