Reviews

July 29, 2022

Dave and Cheryl Cook | 2022-07-29 04:18:14

"We have been here for almost a month. This is a super nice campground. The grounds are always kept nice. Have 50amp service and concrete pad. The showers are nice and clean, as is the laundry room. The owners are very nice. They work hard to keep everything nice. We are considering coming back soon. Nice pool, kids park, dog park and fishing pond. Campers are friendly and quiet. Great place!!"
July 13, 2022

Diane | 2022-06-24 22:45:21

"This park is SO nice and shaded. They have done a good job with this park. The pool is older but very clean and nice. There is plenty of room for walking. It’s very close to downtown Laurel and all the attractions - super convenient. We enjoyed out time there. Thank you for all your hard work to make this a great place to stay!! "
July 13, 2022

3 night stay

"Stayed here 3 nights while visiting Laurel. This place is very nice, we had a pull through space that had not yet been upgraded to a cement pad but the space was great. Surrounded by trees and the sounds of the locust, ducks and other wildlife are great. The ladies the run the office and the grounds are super sweet. The pool is clean but marginal right now but we were told they are waiting on the new liner to arrive. It's very clean and we highly recommend a stay here if your visiting Laurel or just stopping for the night passing through. "
June 12, 2022

2022-07-06 | 22:40:28

"Perfect stop! I needed a break from a day of driving and found this one on the route. Great dog park, pool, decent bathrooms, and my son caught 3 bass in the pond. Also, sites were shaded."
June 12, 2022

2022-07-06 | 22:40:07

"This place has been flipped for the better! Great place to stay and only a few minutes away from downtown Laurel, MS. Staff is friendly and no issues getting in. Our site was 41 - concrete pad and no leveling blocks needed - 30’ travel trailer but the truck didn’t quite fit - no worries as we parked parallel to the road. Had sewer, water, and 50 amp at our pad. Total rig length (TV and TT) is 58’ and had no problems getting in. Pads are mixed gravel and concrete but most that we can tell are level left to right regardless of the pad type. There are much bigger rigs (motorhomes and coaches) in the lower numbered sites and it appears that the pads are being converted to concrete as the pours still look new. Sites 32 and 33 are the closest to the “sewer lagoon” and, in the long run, it may be beneficial to add privacy screens or nets, like you see at construction sites, to hide the lagoon from view and maybe some shrubbery. It had no smells when we walked by. Looks like Ubiquiti wifi network (my area of expertise) and it has been very reliable. Ubiquiti CCTV cameras are placed throughout the park as added security. Cell service is decent (AT&T - 1 bar) but our Verizon MiFi is 5 bars of LTE. We used the laundry facilities while here. One machine is $1.50 for a wash (other machines are $2.00 for a wash) and $2.00 for a dry. The machines are a little older but there is a new double stack with the protective tape still on it not hooked up so it seems that the machines will be replaced. No dollar-to-coin machine on site and had to walk to the office for a roll of quarters. Not a problem but in the future a coin converter would be convenient. A little bit of trash here and there from kiddos forgetting water bottles at the playground, but very clean park otherwise. Neighbors were friendly. No noise issues (no parties, nobody obnoxious) at all other than some road noise from the interstate at times. If we were staying in Laurel again, we would stay here. Happy travels!"