Stopped for an overnight place. They were not fully open so we had our pick of the park. We chose a back-in right next to the Mississippi River. Very clean and well manicured park with the friendliest owner/workers you could imagine. He even came over later that evening to tell us a black bear was spotted in the park the night before (wish we had been there one night earlier). They have a number of seasonal sites but they are well taken care of. We would recommend this to everyone and would return ourselves.
The only reason we did not give this a 10 was no cable TV or Wi-Fi. Excellent paved roads with very level sites. I would say very big rig friendly. Plenty of room for a family with kids. There were not many people there during our stay because it was early-mid May. They do have a pool with a slide for children. The people in the office could not be any more accommodating. It was peaceful and relaxing. I just wish there were more campgrounds and campground workers like this. We would definitely stay here again.
According to Woodalls, the site width was 35 feet. What they did not say was that two rigs use the same site. One pointed north, the other south. As a result, our door faced my neighor's door. There were only 4 feet between us. There were no tables or grills (no room for them). We really were unhappy with the facility. The roads were paved with ample clearance. They have about 6 separate sites for big rigs, the regular sites will not accommodate anything taller than a 5th wheel or motorhome. We will not use them again. One of the poorest campgrounds we have been in.