The Park is expanding and everything is more or less new. The best WiFi we've had on our trip. At night its been pretty quiet. Fifty AMP service at all sites. The expanded sites are not paved but ours was very level. It's a couple of miles to the new Super Walmart in T&C. They have spent some effort in the landscaping in the high desert style. Flowering cactus etc...
This campground was located on a lake. But all the lakeside spots seemed to be filled with small modular units. The staff were friendly. The grounds were well kept. They have two newer pools very well kept. We stayed in the pull through area campsites in the lower 200's. They were wider than most and treed. They were not cramped. They were away from the pools and the roadway at the front of the camp. One of the nicer places we have stayed on this trip.
This was a nice campground at one time but is declining. They have a very large laundry with two real large front loading commercial dryers along with regular size dryers. The rest rooms were out dated and were not the cleanest. They had pumps for gas but they were not sell gas or diesel products. They didn't really have adequate parking for cars pulled by longer RV's. The staff was very friendly. Their Wi-Fi was very iffy.
This is a relatively new campground. Away from busy roads and quiet. A very clean facility. Operated by the folks that own Turkeyville Restaurant. Very good food at reasonable prices cafeteria style. The staff were very friendly and helpful. No road noise. A very nice pool with new restrooms, laundry and shower rooms. If you're ever in the Marshall, MI area this would be a hard campground to beat.
This was not an RV park; it was a construction work camp. Very small spaces, and the campground was clogged with parked cars/trucks. We looked it over, and we left. Right on a main street in town. Street noise and right in the middle of a business district.