Do no stay at this park if you have a large fifth wheel or motorhome. It is an old park more suited to travel trailers under 32 feet. The tree branches have not been cut back & our motorhome did not fit on the site. Good thing we carry a saw with us.
This was one of our most disappointing and expensive camping experiences. It is by no means a camping resort. The $60.00 a night pull though full hook up sites, cannot accommodate modern motorhomes. We had to trim the branches on some cedar trees just to get our slide out. The site was grass that had not been cut in weeks and the pad was old gravel that was very unlevel. Our last step was almost two feet above the ground after we leveled the motorhome. The power was so bad that it almost melted my electrical hook up. I burnt my fingers on the plug trying to get it out. The sewer hook-up was broken. I had to pull out the duct tape to seal it. The sewer next door to us was cracked and without a cover. The smell was as aromatic as you would expect. We had to stuff plastic bags down it to keep the smell down. When we voice our issues about the hook ups with the staff, they were completely unconcerned. The water was shut off for maintenance in Sunday morning at 9 AM during prime shower time without notice. Good thing we had water on board. Many of our neighbours were caught with soap in there hair & no water. The park does not include what are now considered standard amenities, like cable and WiFi. For the price, one expects these amenities. The pool is located about a mile from the full hook-up site at the top of a steep hill. If you are not in good shape, or have a vehicle, you will not make it. They is no path to the pool, so you are forced to walk down the steep road with blind corners and no sidewalks. We were almost hit twice. We have stayed at campgrounds for $20.00 a night that had much better facilities. This is by no means a resort, although they price it as one. The best part about our stay was leaving. Good thing it was only one night.