Several sites in the back are long gravel pull thru, probably over 100' long. They claim to have WiFi but it didn't even come up in back of park. A few low tree branches to watch out for. With Passport discount it was less than $20. We will come back because we travel this route twice per year and the other RV CG in this area has gotten up over $40 a night with GS discount. We stayed here in a 38' MH pulling mcy trailer.
If you have a huge rig this place is for you. They have the longest pull throughs I've ever seen. The entrance to the park tho is a little tricky, a little step hill with curve but with all paved roads leading to a the park. The city is pretty close if you have a toad or even biking (check the roads tho) we enjoyed going to the farmers market there and we were in one hour in Nashville. Also close to a nice distillery we went in KY (MB distillery) There's not much to do in the campground except for the creek which we didn't went to, but plenty of space for walk or exercise. Verizon signal was ok (2-3 bars) very organized and quiet park. We'll probably come back if near the area.
We only stayed overnight. Tight but I mean tight spaces. $32.00 per night pull through full hookup.
Shady, level, roomy graveled site. Hostess was friendly and efficient. Passport rate $18.32 for 30A FHU. 30+ digital tv channels. Good WiFi. Not perfect, just wonderful!
We called 30 minutes out and call went to voicemail. Recording said campground wad open. We got there (about 3pm on a Monday in Feb. 2018) and office was locked. The park looked rundown and the sign said $40 and find your own site so we left. A pretty janky run business.
We stayed on a level gravel site 30A FHU in November. We wanted to check out Clarksville on our way from Memphis to Nashville. Clarksville Greenway was a fun bike ride and Black horse Brew Pub had excellent beers. Other than that, Clarksville was nothing to recommend. Too commercialized. PROS: Quiet, no trains or road noise, polite and friendly staff. I'm sure it's cuter in the spring/summer and quite relaxing by the creek. CONS: The sewer hookup wasn't screw on and didn't have a cap, and there was a pile of rocks that people must have been using. The laundry machines are older and we had to switch dryers a few times to find one that worked. Only one of 3 actually dried the clothes. The WiFi is barely enough to check email. The showers didn't offer much privacy, so we opted to use our camper shower. People complain about site size, but we're only 21ft so we had no issues. TLDR: Good for a stopover but not a destination. Pricy in Nov for lack of amenities.
I have literally called everyday at least 3 times a day for a week. I can't even get someone to answer and tell me the monthly rates. On the plus side campers. Sounds like you can park whenever and they probably won't even know you're there.