We just checked in and there are only five pull thru sites. Only one of the sites has the electric, sewer, and water on one side. The other four lots had the utilities spread from one side to the other side. We saw the campground on this site reviewed and also picked up a brochure at the welcome center. Both the brochure and the
RVParkReviews stated they have cable. They Do Not have cable. They also advertised WiFi but you have to walk to their WiFi room somewhere to use it. The site does have a narrow concrete pad and half a picnic table. The showers and laundry are in a modular building right in front of the drive thru lots. It is on a busy highway, but at least close to the interstate. Hopefully, the night will go well.
We were so elated we found this clean and up to date campground. It has a pond to fish, shuffle board, swimming pool, and a lodge with a pool table plus big screen TV. If you want to go to the casino or hotel to use the indoor pool, you just call the free shuttle. We ate a few times at the Terrace Cafe and it was good with generous portions. I have no complaints and looking forward to stopping by again. They have a special buy three nights get two free since it's January. The Chalets around the campground were popular. They have one to two bedrooms, kitchen with full bath. They also have a big wooden deck with table and grill. This place is a plus.
After reading one review and looking at their website, we decided to stay here for overnight. First, there is no cable and too many trees for satellite. Their WiFi is a hotspot, which is iffy and slow. We are almost sitting right beside their office so should have had a good connection, but we didn't . I do have Verizon, so used it. Their ad reads paved sites, but we camped on a gravel/grassy spot behind two Long term travel trailers. After looking at the layout, I wouldn't have wanted to drive my RV down the steep curvy hill to get to the other spots. Hopefully, when we leave soon we will be able to turn on the second entrance road to get out, because the steep curvy road going down looks dangerous. You can hear a loud train at night and also the long term campers leaving for work. The owners are very friendly, but doubt if I would stop again.
It s OK for one night when driving down 59. It stated they had Internet but I could only pick it up if I sit in the passenger seat leaning towards the door. It was iffy then. There is noise from the highway, and a train went by four times, two in the middle of the night. The people running it were friendly and helpful.
The campground is not busy. When we pulled up, we went to the first large arch display. It looks like the main entrance, but it is not. Someone came to help us after a few minutes. We chose to park closer to the showers, where just maybe 3 motor homes were close by. They escorted us to our site and asked if we needed help setting up the RV, The cable TV worked very well. I could not connect to their Wi-Fi. I went to the office and was informed I shouldn't have problems being in lot #43, but I couldn't connect. My phone connected for a brief second but would never stay connected. I reset my Ipad and did all I could think of but no luck. I think one needs to be by their office router or the router by the pool. There was no one camping between us and the pool. I had to use my Verizon connection. It's a nice campground, but if you want Wi-Fi connection choose a site by the pool or office. The office girl did mention the router had to be rebooted yesterday so maybe that is the problem. I am somewhat disappointed I spent a lot of time thinking it was my Ipad problem and working on it, but it was their router.
It's okay for an overnight stop. There are a lot of permanent residence and a clean park. One can somewhat hear the interstate noise. We stayed in the second section which was across the road. We never could get cable. Verizon was very slow. Their directions sheet had a Wi-Fi password but no Wi-Fi. We did like the level lot and the light on the pole since it was getting dark when we pulled into the site.