RV Park at Agricenter International offers the serenity of country living coupled with the convenience of city life. Within walking distance of the Farmer's Market, the RV Park offers sites with sewer, 30-amp & 50-amp electrical hook-ups, water, dump station, restrooms, shower, and laundry facilities. The RV Park at Agricenter is the perfect location whether in town for business or pleasure. Daily, weekly, and monthly rates are available. A maximum stay is three months unless you meet certain exemptions.
Located at the Agricenter. Squeeze in! Drive Thru sites. There is a Farmers Market on site. Picked up some fruits and plants before heading out.
Close to several amenities, but not really camping. Welcome to Memphis (technically Cordova, but we still.got the crime.) Shelby farms is a great park, one of the largest city parks in the US; you're close, but it's still city. If camping here, it's 5-6 miles off I40, and I'd just use it as a quick overnight (if tent camping) Some RVs stay here for quite a while. Note if you're coming during a festival ( Delta Fair, Corn Maze for Halloween, etc) you'll have congestion and noise.
This park is in a part of Shelby Farms Park which is a 4,500 acres of lakes, bike and running trails, playgrounds and so much more. The park also has plenty of events to keep you entertained. And, there are bison!! The RV park has a farmers market that has a pretty good selection of local fruits,veggies and your normal farmer market fare. Super close to Memphis and what the city and surrounding suburbs have to offer. Seriously, there is no way to ever get bored here. There us always some event, concert, play, bar, sport, etc… always! Nitty Gritty: the laundry room is small and hot with old machines. The bathrooms are ok. And, there are no trees where the RV's are to keep you cool. These three reasons are the only reason why I didn't rate this park a 5.
This campground is clean and the managers are nice, but it is not a campground you stay at for its amenities. It is a good location to see all the sights in Memphis or to stay a night or two. There are also several workers who stay there when certain events are in town.
I visited Memphis several year back for my high school reunion and this was the only campground I could find in a safe area. It actually had hookups in a big grassy/rock lot. Up the hill were bathrooms with showers and the Ag center farmers market which was really cool to visit all of the local vendors. There are 4,500 acres here with lots to do like hiking, BMX, disc golf, playgrounds, boating, biking and they even have buffalo! I have heard that it has since been updated so I might want to check it out again one day to see the improvments.