Reviews for Eden Springs Park

| Interesting history here

By user-5831253... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-06-25 to 2017-06-27

Our Nav directed us 'in' off a wrong side road, but we could see the park, so we got turned around and in ok. Lots of trees, gravel sites - sort of level. Much history around this park, very fascinating. They are in the process of renovating, but not a problem for campers. They conduct miniature train rides on weekends and host old fashioned baseball games here as well. Didn't use the facilities. No cable signal. Used our cell hotspot for Wifi. 15 minute drive to St. Joe's - gotta go there! The beach, shops, restaurants, walkways above the water. Plenty of free parking away from the water- pricey at the water. Motorhomes beware - you'll pay for 2 spaces (24.00 total). John & Paula, Colorado.

| Perfectly nice shady place to spend the night

By user-5306982... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2016-07-12 to 2016-07-13

Campground roads are dirt/gravel and sites are on grass with many being under tall trees. Wifi flakey as we could only get one item connected at 1 bar. Verizon/AT&T both have strong signals. Bathrooms are ok and very clean. We got a number of TV stations but only 2 or 3 really came in ok. With our Good Sam discount we paid $23 for a tent/small RV water/electric site (we are 22'), and could park in any open site. The lady in the office was very friendly.

| Good Long Stay

By user-6380956... on 2018-05-17. Stayed 2017-12-27 to 2018-04-27

I spent four months here and was a great stay. Cindy takes great care in keeping things running at the park. Internet was adequate, good water, and no power or sewer issues. If I had a complaint it would be the road noise even though we were off the road a bit, it was quite noisy at times. It is sort of in town which is a great feature if that is what you are looking for. I enjoyed being 5 minutes from groceries, Walmart, fast food and restaurants. Will be staying here when I return to the area

| Great Place At A Great Price

By user-5304966... on 2019-08-09.

A non-profit organization is in the process of restoring the historic House of David park. Eden Springs is the campground in the park. I visit yearly and they're doing a great job on the repairs and upgrades. Quiet, and very reasonable. Lady in charge is very nice. Restrooms have a code and are always spotless. Very close to beaches and attractions. Nothing like it in the area which is very popular with summer visitors. Highly recommend Eden Springs.

| Nice park but very noisy

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09.

Park itself clean peaceful nice area to walk dogs but vet close to busy traffic Stayed a week Not much sleep Run ac or fan at night People in office very nice

| Fourth of July week

By user-6381484... on 2019-08-09.

Stayed for a week while visiting family in St. Jo. Nice big level lots with shady trees. House of David is neat with a beautiful fountain and steam engine mini train running on weekends. Quiet place mostly. Only negative is that the lots face each other, so there is little outdoor privacy. We turned around and parked diagonally with hoses going under the rig so we wouldn't disturb our neighbors. Firewood on site.

| Awesome place to stay

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09.

We just stayed at Eden Springs, this place is awesome and has an extremely interesting history. The staff couldn t have been nicer. The kids loved the baseball games and the train rides. The volunteers explained some of the history of the park, showing where some of the buildings existed. The sites were large. They do face each other which I didn t mind. The guy across from us wasn t even there the time we stayed. Only about ten minutes to downtown st. Joseph and minutes away from wal-mart, Home Depot, Kohl s and a lot of other convenient shopping.