Restrooms were clean. We had water and 30A electricity. If you’re coming into town from I-81 don’t follow Google Maps to the left on Main St, but rather follow the signs to turn right– it makes for an easier access to the campground.
Convenient to highway 66 that runs from Interstate 40 to Sevierville. Not particularly charming, but seems to be clean and well run. Worked well for a one night stay.
Very nice wooded campground and good space between campsites. We took one of the hiking trails to a lake within the park. We only stayed one night but would definitely consider returning.
Campground is on a creek below beautiful red rock cliffs. Campsites are kinda close to each other, but certainly nice for a one night stay.
The manager was very nice and helpful. Campground is functional; campsites are kinda close to each other.
Campsites are separated by oleander trees which provided some sense of privacy.
Our campsite was right on the river, which was nice. We only stayed one night, but would consider returning
Since National Park campsites were closed this place worked out perfectly for us. Most sites are drive-thru. Don't take the back way in - its a really bumpy dirt road
There must be hundreds of campsites. We took advantage of the laundromat which was great. Too cold to use the pool or tennis courts. Based on the campground map, we chose a site near the river. However, the map does not show that the river flows right next to I-17. Interstate noise is a real presence. The staff were nice about letting us change to a site not so close to the interstate and refunded the difference in price for the less expensive site.
Although it is in the desert, the sites are well spaced. No utilities at the campsites, but plenty of water faucets and the restrooms were very well maintained. We hiked the trail out of the group campground and also the Victoria Mine trail. Beautiful desert sun set and sun rise.
There’s a store there with basics. We had a reasonable back-in site with electricity and water. Only stayed on night but would definitely consider returning.
Convenient. Sites are close together
Just outside of town. Some traffic and train noise, but not too bad.
Since National Park campgrounds were closed or full this campground was a good alternative. It’s a wide open desert campground just a few miles from the park entry.
The campground is heavily wooded and the campsites are well spaced. We stayed only night but would definitely consider staying here again.
The campground is heavily wooded and the campsites are well spaced. We stayed only night but would definitely consider staying here again
Nicely wooded campground. Some ambient traffic noise. This is a good campground for day trips into NOLA.
Not many trees. Campsites are pretty close to each other. Probably the most expensive campground on our cross-country trip. This place is not really our style, but many long-timers seemed to like it.
Not particularly tidy but friendly and right on the beach. Lots of beautiful birds and even dophins. We stayed only one night but would certainly come back.
Campground is wooded and good space between campsites. Hiking trails in the swamp.