Watch out for the LOW bridge on the way in from Natchaz Trace road
We were pleasantly surprised by this park after reading reviews on other sites. We enjoyed our stay with full hook up service even though it was 30amp only. You drive around, pick your site then notify staff. We stayed off season and while most of the outer loop are annuals, most were not there until the weekend. Bathrooms were clean & well managed. Sites are large gravel pads with concrete patio, spacious & easy to back into. The pool is very nice, but was closed for season. The beach/rec area looked amazing & well maintained. Good Wifi if you park near restrooms or townhall. Rec Room (Town Hall) has free pool table, air hockey, ping pong, & indoor bowling as well as a fitness center with locker rooms with showers and 2 racquetball courts. The arts director, Karen, is AMAZING!! She is the GREATEST art lady we’ve had yet at a TT park. The whole ranger staff were friendly and very helpful. There is plenty to explore in this area since it is in the middle of the Natchez Trace Parkway and just minutes away from the Meriwether Lewis Monument. We stayed for 2 weeks in a Fifth Wheel with 2 kids. **As mentioned in the other review there is a VERY LOW (11’) bridge to drive under less than a mile from the entrance. However, they have dug out 5-6 feet of ground off the left side of road under the bridge for RV’s to pass safely under. It looks deceiving but at 13’4” we made it with ample clearance above our A/C units.
There is now is $4 resort fee that makes it $32 with tax The woman's washroom stunk so bad I'm going to be look out so the wife can shower in the men's. Thank goodness we were off season so just about the only ones in the park
RPI price is $10 a night. Strange to see KOA signs here now. Marketing TTN has really change.
I am staying here at present this Sunday will be three weeks. They give you water and electtricity and decent place for your camper The people work8ng here are incredibly nice. Plus a good place to get your mail delivered. They have propane for sale by the gallon, along with a small grocery store for beverages and etc. It is off season noe, so could be why it is so quiet. Only problem you have to rely on WIFI for phone and computer. Does not work in all areas although if you have. Verizon that seems to work the best.. Has washers and dryers that work great. $1.50 wash and dry. Yes I would recommend.
There is a low bridge only 12 I believe. That will be a problem for some. The park is very large and needs updating. Roads are poor sites are semi level gravel though they all have cement pads next to them. Our bathhouse was clean though old. Laundry $1.50 per machine was in good order. Verizon is zero here, but we were close enough to the bath to used the camps free WiFi for email etc.
Definitely a wilderness park, as evidenced by the lack of great internet service by the major carriers. We were in for a night and were lucky enough to be able to stay on the lake. It was beautiful. There are around 10 50-amp FHU sites at the lake- try to get one. The beach was ok but it seemed to cold to go swimming. Some folks were fishing and kayaking/tubing around the water. Canadian Geese poop everywhere on the beach, but the park staff tries to manage it.