This is an excellent all-around resort-style family-oriented rv/campground located about 2 miles from the Dells. If you're looking for a few activities other than just camping you'll find them here; playground, mini-golf, swimming pool, etc. The sites are pretty narrow, backing our travel trailer into our site proved a pretty good challenge. Most sites are not completely level but easily leveled with blocks etc under your camper or trailer. The cable tv is excellent, the wi-fi service is excellent thru the entire park. Some highway noise even though the park sits just off the highway, but it wasn't enough to cause a both or interrupt sleeping. Would stay here again if visiting the local area, even though the cost seemed a bit high it's in line with most of the local rv parks.
We spent one night here en route to our final destination. Yes there is some noise from the interstate but it wasn't close enough to bother our sleep during the night. Very level sites that are quite spacious. Some trees but also an area without trees for satellite tv reception. WiFi works but not in the campground, if you want to use it you'll have to walk up near the offices. Don't miss the excellent hamburgers for dinner in the on-site cafe. Yes we would stay here again, it's fine for one night's stay and very convenient location.
Stayed here a full week during the late Fall season and would return again very quickly. Very quiet park, excellent cable tv, excellent wireless internet. This place is a short 5 minute walk to the beach and they have a private access gate for their guests; meaning if you're willing and able to walk 5 minutes to the beach you don't have to drive and search for a beach-side parking spot. Some of the RV sites are a bit lush with landscaping but I did not see any that were so overgrown it would ruin my experience. The entry/exit are both controlled by secure access, the entire time I was there I never saw anyone wandering thru the RV park that did not have an RV parked there. There are other parks "closer" to the beach but they are vastly over-priced; there are other parks that are not quite as close to the beach as this one for slightly lower nightly rates but their amenities and appearance do not compare.
This state park is located in the city limits of Jackson, MS but you would honestly never realize that you are in the city limits of a major city. Very easy access to the park and camp sites, overall the entire park is very quiet, and the sites sit right near the small stream that flows thru the park itself making for a very scenic stop. The sites are level and mostly very heavily shaded. This would be good in the summer heat but maybe not so good for those with satellite tv in their rigs; no problem for us we received about 15 over-the-air channels and all four networks except for one (CBS). We stayed here one night en-route to our final destination, and would stay again for the same reason.
This is a decent little RV park and very convenient to the interstate and other nearby amenities. Really good cable tv lineup (60 channels), excellent wireless internet also. However the jet noise from the airport at 4:00 am cannot be under-stated; it's just one after another of the FedEx jets taking off and lasted about 2 hours the night we spent there. If you have any difficulty sleeping with road noise or in this case jet noise my suggestion is to stay somewhere else; it cost me more than one hour of sleep that night we spent there. I would not stay here again, but only because of the excessive noise of the jets taking off right over my travel trailer.