We actually lived there for a while and the price of $375 a month was not bad. The park itself has very little to offer as it geared toward workers and students rather than vacationers. The park is very well maintained by the workers and the bathroom and shower is always clean. That was the good, now comes the bad. The park owner is never there and leaves all runnings and decisions to the manager who tends to abuse his powers as manager. There is a sense that priority is given to the habitat folks that come in from time to time over those who stay there on a more permanent basis. Park manager does very little in or around the park to deserve his paycheck. He also tends to give out false information about himself and the park. Most notably, cable is supposed to be included but in our time there there was no cable to be had at all. Overall, the park is nice, the tenants and workers are good, but the park manager just brings it down. Ultimately we chose to leave because we could not handle his antics any more. Would i recommend this park? At this point no or only if you stay a couple of days. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is used mainly by students and workers. It is clean and maintained. Our rate was the Habitat for Humanity rate as we were here for a build in the area. Apparently the regular rate is 25 a night. We would not stay here at that rate as it is right beside the railway tracks and the trains are often and there is nothing special about this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.