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.
Overnight stay while en route to Memphis. Staff was very friendly & helpful. Booked an pull thru which was long enough for both an 37' 5th wheel & vehicle since I did not disconnect. Cannot commit on restrooms since we did not use them, but the park overall appeared to be well maintained. Lots of tall pines as advertised, had to park my RV just right as to be able open all 3 slides. Great place for an overnight from my perspective.
Stayed one night en route home from Alaska and then Yellowstone NP. Night #93 on this adventure. This one is ranked as "average" on our list of RV parks for the summer. Park is easy to find and enter from the main highway, and check-in was also easy and efficient. Staff is pleasant and provides a friendly, southern hospitality style atmosphere. Sites are on rolling terrain and ours was not as level as we were used to. The exit from the site, and from the park itself, included going under branches on the tree-lined gravel road. These branches need cutting back. They did contact the trailer and roof mounted air con units. Luckily, we saw all of them in time to slow to 1-2 MPH to preclude damage. Stay here again? Maybe.
A large campground with many long term campers. Most of the short term campers are in a separate part of the park. If you plan to use the laundry or restrooms, ask to be in to the back part with the long term campers. Sites have concrete pads and full hookups. Restrooms are clean but there are only two shower/commode combos each for ladies and men for the entire park. The laundry is spacious with several relatively new washers and dryers. The campground is located on US 231 N outside Troy, but get directions from their website as your GPS will not get you there. May return but would probably go to Montgomery instead as it’s easier to get there.
Grate for long stay. Friendly people help make your stay comfortable. New laundry is out standing. Restrooms and laundry as well as the entire campground is very clean and well kept.
Pad sites are cement and level. Grass yard with picnic table trees well spaced trimmed high, plenty of room for high riggs.
Large park with close to 100 sites. Easy road access into and in the park. Check in was fast and friendly. Even though the park is on Hwy 231, the road noise was minimal. The park is well maintained and very pretty. There is a large catch and release pond as well as another pond. There is a spa on sight, didn't use it but it has good ratings. We were in Site 59, a concrete pull-through with full hook-ups, no issues and 50 amp electric. The sites are angled so you are not looking right into your neighbor and a little wider than normal. Our site was plenty long enough for our 37-foot Class A, tow-dolly and parking the car. There is laundry on site but we did not use it. There are plenty of places to walk the dog and some secluded areas for off lead running. WiFi was good as was our Verizon signal. We stayed December 1, 2017 and paid $37.62 a night with our Good Sam Discount.
We stayed at this beautiful RV park during our evacuation from Florida due to Hurricane Irma. The management and staff were so helpful and kind to us during our stay. We look forward to a return visit during a less stressful time.
The people that worked here were very nice. They gave us free popcorn at check-in and guided us to our lot. The lots were a good size, with level concrete pads and full hookups. There was not much to do here for families with kids, but it made a great overnight stop.
Sorry but the Good Sam rating of this park is way too high. It is looking tired and unkempt. Seems to be many long-term RV's with all the "stuff" that entails. There is a mobile home park at the end of the RV park that makes for more traffic through the RV park. Dumpsters are over-flowing and smelly. Wifi is almost worthless. Other utilities are fine and are mostly level concrete pads, but no patios. Staff is friendly and helpful.
We were enroute from Florida to Michigan and needed a pull thru site for an overnite stay. Called ahead inquiring availability and advising of our late arrival. The gal could not have been nicer and explained the arrangements to come in and pick a site. When I inquired about the price she informed me of the "special discount" for late arrivals vs waiting for the office to open the next morning! It was a nice treat.
We arrived in the pouring rain, around 8:30 pm picked a pull thru, hooked up to electric and slept like babies.
We would like to return to this park when we can spend a week as it was very nice when we were able to view it all the next morning! We did not use any of the facilities.
the sites are very close together, only some have bricked patio, others with grassy area they don't allow rugs down [i hate standing in grass].. the new laundry room was excellent, washers have good spin cycle & dryers heat up nicely and dry well.. The shower was tight but good for tall people and privacy was great.. The people working their were very nice and helpful.. Check in was smooth and you're escorted to your site which was helpful as the place is large.. nice landscaping around facility...
Wonderful RV park - spacious sites, plus we loved all of open area and water. Very peaceful. We only stayed one night - next year we will be staying much longer, not just staying as a "stop" on the way.
Extremely nice staff; we were greeted with fresh popcorn and a local newspaper. Check in was quick and we were escorted to our site. Concrete pads were level and hook ups conviently located. Nice campground for walking which feels good after a long day in the truck. Campground is located close to the highway which makes for an easy in and out. The traffic noise was not bad with a fan running. Nice stop if you are traveling.
This was a great place. Nice and quite. We were the pool and spa. Our site was a pull thru, pads were nice, bog and flat. The site we had was shaded. It was a bit of a walk to the restrooms and if you are by the restrooms, it is a little bit of a walk to the pool. We liked it so much we stay there on our return trip and it was just as nice.
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