September 13, 2021 - reviewed by Mike
We got there after hours were really needing a safe place to sleep overnight saw the signs were in and out wife bragged about the hot water we payed on our way out and didn't take time to look around. I had no complaints.
July 10, 2021 - reviewed by Tony Laclair
1st impressions, the whole park wreaks of raw sewage. It is as if someone just dumped their black tank at their site. Couldn't spend time outside. Run down and unkempt.
Arrived at 5:00 PM and someone was set up in our reserved spot. Park ranger found the guy and made him move but we had to wait while he did.
Not a vacation spot.
July 3, 2019 - reviewed by Josy
Close to the downtown. It's was ok
June 6, 2019 - reviewed by WinkInc
Close To Memphis
Sites are unlevel and difficult to maneuver. This is tucked in the woods, but the grass is heavily flea infested. My legs were covered in bites from just setting up the rig. Surrounded by the industrial part of town, but does have very easy 10-15 min access to downtown Memphis all times of day.
March 10, 2019 - reviewed by Wolf
Pull throughs are not level. Very close to refineries and trains. Looks like some people live there.
Other sites are very level and pretty good for a one night stand.
Women's bathroom had no soap. Men's bathroom showers had no working lights.
October 16, 2018 - reviewed by Monter
Hard To Find
Dont follow GPS. Still hard to find with brown signs. Someone must have knocked down one. They gave our reserved spot away so we had to use a unleveled pull thru. Otherwise quiet and laundry was a plus.
October 5, 2018 - reviewed by SunSeeker
Walking Trail Needs Work
We did the entire trail and it needs some TLC. Boards missing from foot bridges and trees across trail. GPS had issue finding campground so a couple more signs would help campers find their way to the reservations and sign in facility.
July 22, 2018 - reviewed by Samantha
Quiet and well kept. Not too far from Memphis but not so close that it’s crowded. It was clean and the staff was so helpful and friendly.
July 13, 2018 - reviewed by Abinadom
Fuller State Park Review
Great Park. Comes with public restrooms that includes showers, and they are NOT coin-operated, thanks goodness.
We used shore power 30 amps and water. Dump site at the entrance to campground.
Very helpful host, and the office where we paid the fees was friendly and caring. With the Golden Access Pass the fee for one night was $20. Regular price one-night is $27.
The advantage of this park is that you can walk-in past hours without reservation and pay later the next morning. We got there about 8:30 pm.
Site is pretty level you don’t need to level your RV.
Accepts Discover Card. No Apple Pay available.
November 25, 2017 - reviewed by Lisa
Huge tick infestation. One of our pups had over 7 ticks. If no pet you should be okay. The park is tidy. Washrooms and showers are clean. No firewood on site.
July 3, 2016 - reviewed by Lamypie
Very quiet and peaceful, even over a holiday. Playground, coin laundry, awesome showers. Pool isn't at campground, and you have to pay, but was closed due to maintenance issues when we were there. Lots of shade and privacy. Pet friendly.
June 21, 2016 - reviewed by bob
a pleasant park with easy access to Memphis attractions. Not in an attractive part of town. Features native village site and museum.