August 29, 2020 - reviewed by Tim
We happened to stubble upon this place after canceling our site at Lake Ouachita State Park due to hurricane Laura. This campground has almost everything you would need except a few camping essentials in my opinion. It appears to be a timeshare campground where people own sites and rent out to others. Sites are flat, level, and spacious; some are over the top with complete outdoor kitchens and garden type patios. “Not all are same price” ours was $85 a night. It is secluded—so plan driving if you need to go. Sites have restrictions like no hanging of you wet clothes from swimming, no open fire pits and. If you want to rent a boat, the local marina will pick you up at the campgrounds private dock instead of having to make the 14 mile drive. It has a tennis court, golf course and pool. Great place—just read restrictions before you book, may be more restrictive than you like.
October 3, 2018 - reviewed by Elizabeth Tate
Beautiful But Isolated
I always wanted to stay at a 5 star RV resort. This really was like a beautiful county club setting. It is however, many winding roads and miles away from most everything. The bugs were horrendous, but the people were very welcoming and friendly. Plenty of elbow room between sites. Many people live there full time. Would not stay again, but glad to have had the experience. Planned to say a week, we left three days early.
July 9, 2015 - reviewed by Johnathun Harris
Very Upscale RV Resort heaven
We stayed here two nights to take in the site of Table Rock Lake and do some fishing that we heard so much about. All the sites are paved and level, ours had outdoor furniture and gas grill. The pools are very nice but be ready for an uphill walk if you don't have a ride. The lake is amazing and great to try you hand at skiing or tubing. Fishing is almost impossible with all the boats.