October 11, 2020 - reviewed by Richard
Lake Forest, CA
Stayed here for the night on our way to Nashville. Very friendly people. We were guided to our sight and helped with the back in. The sites are large and secluded. In the morning we were greeted by several wild turkeys. Our only regret is we can’t stay longer.
July 14, 2020 - reviewed by Rip
Nice campground, nice folks working there. Lots of rules, also don’t seem to be fond of dogs. The dog rules stated that dogs should only pee in the pet area. The campground was very hilly, but did not have any issues with our 36’ 5th wheel.
January 27, 2020 - reviewed by Tim
Called 2 hours out to make they had a spot. Person who answered was very polite and informative. When we arrived we were greeted by some very nice staff. We were led to our site and they made sure we had everything under control. Would definitely stay again.
July 8, 2019 - reviewed by JB Grrl
Not Great, But Somewhat Ok.
Stopped for the night traveling through Pine Bluff. Nice, clean, quiet campground. A lot of rules here for pet owners. Dogs are to exit camper and immediately walk a long distance to the only designated potty area. If they catch them pottying outside this area, it says they will ask you to leave. Not many amenities. Shower pressure is so intense it stings and feels like your skin is peeling off. Shower goes from hot to very cold. Not great conditions for anyone with walking disabilities. Terrain is very hilly and rocky. I guess for $35 you get what you get.
October 12, 2018 - reviewed by Larry
Very nice park. Clean and well maintained. Park layout requires owners to show you the spot. Use 100 Camelot as address on GPS as the Nav feature will put you about a mile south. No heat in shower room. Beautiful park. $35 for overnight. No credit cards. Cash or check.
October 14, 2017 - reviewed by Crystal
Was not real easy to find, the address on park advisor is not the address Camelot's own website says to use for gps coordinates. By the office where you need to stop to register there is not a lot of room.The park itself is a little confusing and is not easy to navigate because there are a lot of hills, narrow roads and short turns to each site. This, I presume is why a park employee escorts you to your site as soon as you get registered. Staff was somewhat rude and not real friendly. Was quiet and well maintained.
April 22, 2017 - reviewed by Nancy
We were escorted to a site by host. After we were set up, host came back to tell us owner wanted us to move to a shorter site even though many sites were open. We had to move, no choice.
September 4, 2016 - reviewed by Greg
Was arriving late. Didn't matter. Was met, registered, and escorted to site.