This park certainly does not deserve the high ratings given by Trailer Life and Woodalls for many reasons. First, the exorbitant rate of $47 per night was charged to my credit card in full for our 3 night stay when I made my reservation 3 months before our arrival. Then upon arrival I had to ask for my Good Sam discount as a refund. There are only about 6 pull through 50 amp full hookup sites and they are very tight for large rigs, very narrow, steep on the sides and not level, have low voltage (average around 112 volts), and very low water pressure (around 20 psi.), and this is when the park is not close to being full. Lots of seasonal RV's, most which haven't moved in decades. We would not stay here again.
Park is fairly clean with many seasonal campers, tents and multiple vehicles on most sites. Kids everywhere all day long, but the park quiets down around 10pm and stays quiet until around 8am. I had reserved a 50amp, pull-thru full hookup. When checking in I was assigned what looked on the site map to be a back in, but I was assured that it was pull thru and the road between the sites was not shown on the map. Well, it turned out that the missing road is a very narrow mud road barely wide enough for a RV. There are numerous large trees on each site and exiting the site can be problematic because of the trees and numerous vehicles parked near the mud exit road. I have a 36' fifth-wheel and had to ask the neighbor to move a car so I could make the turn out. Exiting the other direction was not an option due to a very large tree right next to the road on the corner of my site. The main roads while paved are only wide enough for one vehicle at a time. This park is too tight for my liking and I would not stay here again. The Wi-Fi signal was too weak to use at my site.