They were "full up" so we couldn't stay, but I want to say the lady on staff did everything she could to help including offering us to park at her farm if we didn't find something else. This park is very nice and if we get back this way, we'll certainly plan to stay here.
A couple of years ago, we were called to area for an elderly Uncle's funeral and it was in the middle of the Sturgis Rally !!! KOA found us a spot which I think was unbelievable! They told us up front we'd need to change spots after 2 days, but we understood entirely. Can't say enough about them for their kindness.
We left Natchez Trace and drove the road to the park. Had no idea how far in it was located. Put up a sign, please. Most of the time we had a foot or two drop off on both sides of road. After maybe 3 miles, we reach a fork in the road and the way to the campground has a string tied between a tree and an orange barrel in the middle of the road with a homemade sign "Campground Closed". Really? How in blazes do we turn around with those aforementioned drop Offs? I pulled the orange barrel away so husband could get more room to get backed up on this awful road. I look up and a LOGGING TRUCK is coming from the other fork. He stops, husband pulls up again so truck can pass us. We try this backup thing again and finally we get the deed done without falling in the ditch. 26 travel trailer, not big rig. Let me ask, can't the State give warning at the beginning of the road?
This campground is nice. No hookups, but we know that. I hold off giving it 5 stars because the sites could be a bit wider for my taste. Clean, updated, each has own trash can. Would stay again. Thank you.
Stayed 1 night. Wood deck with table, chairs, not often do we get that. Can't give 5 stars because sites are uneven, but we made it work. We have to remember, Tennessee is full of hills so we should expect it, right? Wifi is awesome!