We stayed one night and enjoyed walking the roads under a "hunter s moon." Everything mowed. Very pleasant stay.
We travel in a 40' MH towing & the asphalt pad we had was 162' long! VERY clean & groomed grounds with trees but still able to get satellite. Very good wifi. We were the only rig in our section. We travel in a 40' MH. Would definitely come back & highly recommend it.
Beautiful park, neat clean and well maintained. Only 3 miles north of I 20. W/E/S sites, 50 amp, long paved campsites.
This park had large sites and clean restrooms,wifi and boat ramp. Definitely would stay here again. Paid $38.70 for one night
Decided to stop at a real campground (vs wallydocking) on a cross country trip. We have generally had good experiences with state parks and this was no exception. Nice park with sites that can accommodate larger rigs. About 6 miles from I 20. Concrete pads look to be mostly level. Water, 50 amp and sewer. Showers and laundry available. Hiking trails, boat launch and some pretty cool looking cabins. Some distant highway noise but not that distracting. WiFi slow. Will stay here again. 40' motorcoach and toad.
Very well maintained park. We really enjoyed ourselves and will definitely be back. Fishing if you want, rent boats, cabins.... The cabins are out in the late and beautiful setting. RV sites easy to get in and out of with lots of private space...Loved it!
Large back in sites. Utilities were convenient. Neighbor's not too close. Had 75 cent W/D. 1 dryer was free. Just wished RV spots were closer to water. I of $29 for W/E. Has a dump station. Boat ramp.
Had a very enjoyable stay over Memorial Day for six days. Camp Hosts and staff very helpful. The sites are nicely spaced apart. Campgrounds are kept up and neat. Some of the sites lacked shade due immature trees. Would given 5 stars if had better shade in the summer. Perfect for Fall and Winter camping. Looking forward to our next trip, have our favorite sites picked out.
Great state park with large sites and plenty of room to put your awning out and move around. Very well maintained campground. Bathhouse was clean as was the showers. There are quite a few things to walk to too and the lake is beautiful at sunset. We would stay here again if in the area.
It may cost $40 per night, but it's worth it. Immaculate grassy grounds. Large paved sites. Hiking trails. Playground. Only a couple easy miles off I20. This is a jrm
We called and made a reservation the same day. The website says gate is open until 10 pm on Friday night. We got there a little after 9pm and the gate was closed and we didn’t have a code. We had two young kids and no place to camp. Thankfully, we were able to stay in Monroe at Ouachita RV Park. We are new to RVing, but we learned a valuable lesson. Always ask for a gate code before you arrive. The upside is that they were apologetic and quickly refunded our money.
We stopped for a quick overnight stop. Wish we had time to spend a day here exploring. The bathrooms were clean and they park even has a water park playground for the kids. Highly recommend.
This is a very well maintained park with top notch facilities and access to lots of activities. The trailer sites with full hookup are next to each other, but the water and electric sites are shaded and a little more private. Lookout for gators and bears!
This is probably the best state park we have ever stayed in. The spots all had entry of room and the pull through sites are simply AMAZING. Everything was so clean and nice. The cabins looked to be nice but the ones on the water would be my choice if coming to stay in one. We traveled across the country from South Carolina with a 44' fifth wheel. We had no problems getting in or out of this park. The park itself is only 25~30 min from Monroe and anything you could want is there. Our only complaint would be that the kids water park / splash zone did not work and was the only thing that appears to be neglected in the whole park.