Found a Great Little Park (Yuma, TN)

Having made it through Oklahoma Tuesday (missing the storms), we pulled out of Morrilton, AR (never to stay in THAT campground again!) on Wednesday morning and motored our way continuing eastward on I-40 and settled at a beautiful little independent park known as Parkers Crossroads RV Park & Campground at Yuma, TN.

We found it on and wanted to stay here because it is about halfway between Memphis and Nashville and it’s about a mile or so north of the freeway so there would be far less truck traffic noise.

We found the place easily, identified by one of those bright LED fluorescent color signs that so many churches and gas stations seem to be using nowadays.  When we pulled in, we were warmly welcomed by Steve, one of the owners who gave us a nice written color brochure of the park along with a list of all the points of interest in the area.  His business partner (Mike) jumped into the Gator and led us to site 31, showed us that we were right next to one of the wifi repeaters, and told us to look them up if there was anything we needed for the night.

We found this to be one of the nicer RV parks we’ve been at.  Not only were we welcomed with kindness, but the park has; trees, a lake, concrete pads, hilltop sites, cable tv, wifi internet access, a community room w/ 60″ color tv and loads of DVD’s, and a nice little store for some groceries, rv parts and accessories, and oh yes … ice cream for Kathy!

I'm curious ... what are your thoughts on this?