The campground is nice and well maintained and sites are fairly well spaced with lots of grass, trees and open areas. The park staff were very friendly and helpful. We were in site 4 for 3 days. All of the sites looked quite level. There are quite a few depressions around the campground that filled with water when it rained, but the water tended to drain within a day or so. AT&T coverage was surprisingly good here, generally between 2-4 Bars of 5Ge service, with speeds up to 8 MB/s. There is no WiFi or cable hookup here. We were not able to get DISH satellite coverage at our site with our roof mounted dish due to the large trees around, though some sites would likely have coverage. We were also unable find any OTA DTV channels with our omni antenna.
Our RV Friendly GPS app did try to route us down a narrow gravel road to get here and also showed a section of road in the park that doesn’t exist. Even Google Maps routes you onto Redman St, which from the North, is a tight turn onto a narrow road and not one I wanted to make in our 36’ Class A with a toad. I would recommend coming into Jacksonport off of AR Hwy 69 and onto Avenue St, which is also a tight turn from the North, but the street is much wider, and is what we ended up doing- much more RV friendly.