Timber Ridge RV Village was a stopping point for one of our small trips. The check in process was smooth with a friendly customer service rep. Getting into our site was quite difficult considering it was a back in. The roads are all gravel, and it is heavily forested in a pleasant way. The showers were not clean nor the restrooms. There weren't any amenities and it was a bit far from any highly urban areas. For a stopping point, it was definitely worth the price.
Our family decided to stay in Rayford Crossing RV Resort this year because of the 10/10/10 review we saw from another forum. I am displeased at the service we received. From the bad attitude-snappy pregnant receptionist to the horrible wifi signal. We were rushed throughout our check in. Although the park does have 80ft length RV sites, it was very difficult to make turns in our 45ft Prevost. It is definitely not "big rig" friendly. Apart from the horrible customer service, the other long term residents are nice.