This park is located on a peninsula on a lake close to Nashville. Almost every site has a view of the water on flat concrete big pads. Some sites, on higher land, are mostly long term residents. Most sites are back in but there are a few pull through. Each site has all hook ups and are very well maintained. The sites are close together but not uncomfortable. There is a camp store at the main office. The pool is very nice and there are games, a playground and a pavilion. There was a band there during my stay. Activities planned throughout the month. It is more expensive than most but the quality of the site is worth it.
A nice campground with big sites and lots of trees. Midweek in October is super quiet and almost empty. Each site has a grill and a table. The campground has a very nice nature trail, a boat ramp and bath houses. The lake is nice for kayaking and fishing. Site is about 25 minutes from Brenham with a neat little historic downtown and the Blue Bell creamery.
If you need to be in the big city, Dallas/Fort Worth, this was place is perfect. Located in Arlington smack dab in between D/FW. Just down the road from the Cowboys Stadium (if that is your thing LOL). 25 minutes to downtown Dallas and 20 to Fort Worth. Beautiful tree filled park. Super well maintained with a mix of pull through and back in sites. There is a ton of shade, a pool, dog park and on site very tidy laundry room with Apple Pay machines. The staff was helpful and super nice. We don’t always want to stay in the city, but if you have to this is a great place.
This campsite is in West Memphis, Arkansas right across the river from Memphis Tennessee. The sites are right on the river bank, beautiful. Sunrise over the river was perfect. Watching the tug boats moving up and down the river all day and night was relaxing. Nice little bath house and laundry in each section. Not many trees in the section I stayed, but still wonderful. The other two sections have many more trees if the is what you are looking for. No pool but there is plenty of fishing and tree houses for the kids. A little gem on the river.
What a great campground. Sitting in a lake, the campground is a peninsula surrounded by water. Great views, super clean and very nice amenities. Saturday night they had a band and a Halloween celebration. Very safe. Full hookups, decent WiFi. It is a bit expensive but well worth it for the proximity to Nashville and the beauty of the site. Maintenance and managers are top notch.