We really enjoyed spending a weekend at this park. We stayed in a back-in site on the rear loop. It was level, shaded, and had a nice view. In general, the sites are a good size. There was Wi-Fi available at our site, but we used our own 4g modem. We had a full strength AT&T signal throughout the park. The staff members we dealt with were all very nice. The park itself was very clean. Everything seemed well maintained. The lake is not huge, but it is very pretty. The pool, tennis courts, etc., are located at the front loop. However, the sites there are smaller, and there are many long-term residents there. The back loop was much more like staying in a state park.
We spent the night here on our way south on US 231 to Florida. The park was very clean and well-maintained. Our pull-through site was level. The park had good cable TV. We had good 3G signal with AT&T. When we arrived, we wanted to have our propane tank filled. The worker who checked us in led us to the park's propane tank in a golf cart. Another worker met us there to fill the tank and led us to our site. Both the staff members were very friendly. The only issue we had with the park was road noise from the nearby highway, which is the price you pay for a convenient park next to the highway. We have already made reservations to stay here again on our way home.
This was a very nice campground with good paved access roads. Everything was clean and well maintained. There were a lot of nice walking trails accessible from the campground. We stayed in a pull-through spot that had about a 6" slope downhill from front to back. The cable was excellent with more than 50 channels. On AT&T, we had a strong Edge signal.